The World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) has signed a strategic collaboration agreement with Swedish game developer Hello There, it has been announced.
Rio 2016 Olympics Medal Table
Jordan’s first-ever Olympic champion Ahmad Abughaush roared to victory at Rio 2016 after attending the World Taekwondo Federation’s (WTF) Booyoung Dream Programme in July.
Niger’s Olympic silver medallist dedicated his historic taekwondo medal at the Rio 2016 Games to his family after the tragic death of his cousin.
USA Taekwondo celebrated Jackie Galloway’s bronze at Rio 2016 as it kept the country’s run of securing a medal at every Olympics the sport has featured in alive.
European Taekwondo Union (ETU) President Sakis Pragalos enjoyed his time at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games after athletes from the continent won more medals than any other.
GB Taekwondo's performance director Gary Hall is already targeting better things at Tokyo 2020 after Britain won three Olympic medals at Rio 2016.
Chinese enjoy heavyweight taekwondo success as Azerbaijan claim first Olympic gold medal of Rio 2016
Height and range are not everything in taekwondo but it proved a decisive advantage for 6ft 2inch Zheng Shuyin as she powered to a Chinese gold medal in the women's over 67 kilograms heavyweight category on the final day of competition in the Carioca Arena 3.
Australian taekwondo player Safwan Khalil has announced his retirement from the sport following his Rio 2016 campaign.
"It's never over until the fat lady sings" is one of the oldest adages in sport, but rarely can it have proved as true as it did tonight when Cheick Sallah Cisse plucked victory from the jaws of defeat in the very final second of his under 80 kilograms final.
European Para-Taekwondo Union (EPTU) President Aleksandr Shlychkov has hailed the spread of the sport in Russia ahead of the country's hosting of a major event.
Britain's Jade Jones reigned supreme once again on the second day of taekwondo action at Rio 2016, while a new champion was born in the shape of Jordan's Ahmad Abughaush.
Mixed fortunes for China as Zhou wins while Wu falters on opening day of Rio 2016 taekwondo competition
South Korea and China each won gold medals on an opening day of Rio 2016 taekwondo competition packed full of upsets in the Carioca Arena 3.
Taekwondo at Rio 2016: a story of octagons, colourful outfits and – perhaps – a triple Olympic champion
When taekwondo action gets under way at Rio 2016 on August 17, viewers and spectators may be pleasantly surprised by the number of female match officials.
A total of eight taekwondo athletes had the honour of representing their country as flagbearers at the Rio 2016 Opening Ceremony, including London 2012 silver medallist Anthony Obame of Gabon.
Ismael Coulibaly has targeted becoming Mali’s first Olympic medallist when he competes in the men’s under 80 kilogram event on August 19.