Ghofran Zaki became the third Egyptian taekwondo player to qualify for Rio 2016 after finishing first in the men’s 68 kilograms category at the African Olympic Qualification Tournament in Agadir City, Morocco.
Ivorian qualifies for second consecutive Olympics with victory at Rio 2016 African Taekwondo Qualifier
London 2012 Olympian Ruth Gbagbi was one of four winners on the opening day of taekwondo’s African Olympic Qualification Tournament in Agadir City in Morocco.
Mali's Ismael Coulibaly and Ivory Coast's Firmin Zokou, two medal winners from last year's World Taekwondo Championships in Chelyabinsk, are leading names competing at the African Olympic Qualification Tournament starting in Agadir City, Morocco tomorrow.
Trinidad and Tobago's Anthony Ferguson has been elected President of the Commonwealth Taekwondo Union (CTU) to succeed Britain' Adrian Tranter, who has stepped down.
Refugee athlete Raheleh Asemani is targeting success at the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro later this year after the post office worker booked her place in the Brazilian city this summer.
World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) President Chungwon Choue has visited the scene of the recent terrorist attack in Istanbul to pay his respects to the 10 people killed.
Refugee athlete Raheleh Asemani qualified for the Rio Olympics at the European Qualification Tournament in Istanbul today, while competing under the flag of the World Taekwondo Federation (WTF).
The World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) has announced that it will expand its Taekwondo Humanitarian Foundation (THF) project to Kilis, Turkey.
Azerbaijan's Farida Azizova claimed the women's under 67kg honours at the European Taekwondo Olympic Qualification Tournament in Istanbul.
An exclusive media rights partnership between the European Taekwondo Union (ETU) and the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) has been extended ahead of May's European Championships in Montreux.
Double Olympic taekwondo medallist returns to Afghanistan to prepare for Rio 2016 but preparations threatened by NOC row
Double Olympic bronze medallist Rohullah Nikpai has returned to Afghanistan after differences within the nation’s Taekwondo Federation were resolved but admitted the conflict in the Afghanistan National Olympic Committee (A-NOC) remains a problem in the build-up to Rio 2016.
The World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) are planning to rebrand themselves as World Taekwondo for marketing purposes, partly in order to avoid use of the well-known acronym, WTF.
Taekwondo players who are refugees will be given the opportunity to compete at Rio 2016 by entering the continental qualification process after the World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) announced it is in the process of amending its Olympic Standing Procedures.
Sports Taekwondo Australia Ltd (STAL) has called on its members to design a new logo for the organisation with a competition.
Reigning world and European champion Bianca Walkden has been named GB Taekwondo’s Player of the Year for 2015.