World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) President Chungwon Choue has welcomed 20 Seoul-based ambassadors to the body's headquarters, thanking them for their contributions to a "universal sport".
Taekwondo has been chosen as part of the second round of the “Sports Boost” programme in Australia, Sports Taekwondo Australia has announced.
World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) President Chungwon Choue has described the Paris terror attacks as "unpardonable" in an open letter to the sport's players and fans around the world.
Britain’s European Taekwondo Championships bronze medallist Ruebyn Richards has announced his retirement from the sport aged just 22 after suffering a string of severe injuries.
The Nigeria Taekwondo Federation (NTF) has claimed a lack of funds is hindering its preparations for Rio 2016.
No changes will be made to taekwondo scoring rules until after next summer's Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, the sport's governing body President Chungwon Choue has confirmed.
Tunisia's Oussama Oueslati gained the best win of his career on the final day of the World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) Grand Prix here, silencing the home crowd with a comprehensive under 80 kilograms victory over home favourite Lutalo Muhammad.
"Headhunter" Jones lives up to nickname with thrilling home World Taekwondo Federation Grand Prix victory
Britain's Olympic champion Jade Jones produced an attacking masterclass at her home World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) Grand Prix here tonight to win under 57 kilograms gold on a night of host country success.
South Korea's double world champion Lee Dae-hoon produced a masterful blend of attack and defence to claim a hugely competitive men's under 68 kilograms title here on the opening day of the World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) Grand Prix.
Developing a new digital strategy to raise the global profile of the sport has been hailed as a key ambition by new World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) secretary general Hoss Rafaty here today, with the new Olympic TV Channel targeted as one potential market.
Britain looking to end host nation hoodoo as World Taekwondo Federation Grand Prix series returns home
Britain will look to end a recent host nation curse when the latest leg of the World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) Grand Prix series gets underway here tomorrow, with Manchester also looking to enhance its status as a benchmark for hosting major events in the sport.
This year's Miss World Brazil Catharina Choi Nunes has been appointed as the latest goodwill ambassador of the World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) to help promote the sport in the country ahead of next year's Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, it has been announced.
The World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) will jointly host an International Sport Cooperation Conference along with the International Sport Cooperation Centre of Korea (ISC) in Seoul in October, it has been announced.
World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) President Chungwon Choue has officially appointed eight members, including two athlete representatives, to the newly-established WTF Para-Taekwondo Governing Board.
The British Taekwondo Executive Board has accepted the resignation of its chief executive Adrian Tranter with immediate effect for personal reasons.