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Adapted competitions are next level of inclusion in ITF Taekwon-Do

  • Taekwon-Do

The sentence "Taekwon-Do is for everyone" was already stated in the first edition of the encyclopedia

of Taekwon-Do several decades ago.

With the official International Adapted Course, the International Taekwon-Do Federation (ITF) was actively

promoting "adapted" teaching and training methods for Taekwon-Do students with special needs.

next level of inclusion was reached with internationally harmonised rules for the so-called adapted Taekwon-Do

Composed of professionals in both, specialised therapeutic and health areas as well as Taekwon-Do, the

physical, cognitive and emotional care of people with special needs.First ITF Umpire Course for Adapted Taekwon-Do

The first version of these rules has just been presented during the 1st ITF Umpire Course for Adapted Taekwon-Do


Paris 2024: IOC launches “Believe in Sport” campaign

  • Paris 2024

In preparation for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has introduced the "Believe in Sport" campaign.

and International Federations (IFs), include Pascal Gentil, an Olympian from France specialising in Taekwon-do


ITF aims strategic development of Taekwon-Do in Asia

  • Taekwon-Do

Asia is the continent where Taekwon-Do was born and where it took its first steps at the hands of its

But now only 20 Asian countries are active members of the International Taekwon-Do Federation (ITF).

With the objective of achieving greater ITF activity in the region, the Taekwon-Do Development team in



IOC launches "1 in 100 Million" ahead of Paris 2024

  • Paris 2024

In support of the Refugee Olympic Team's journey to the Paris 2024 Olympic Games, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has unveiled the "1 in 100 Million" initiative.

sports: athletics, badminton, boxing, breaking, canoeing, cycling, judo, sport shooting, swimming, taekwon-do


ITF develops umpiring for future competitions

  • Taekwon-Do

Developing umpiring in any sport is essential for upholding the integrity of the sport, enhancing the quality of competition, ensuring athletes safety, and fostering a positive experience for all stakeholders involved. 

General development of umpiring is overseen by the Inernational Taekwon-do Federation (ITF) Umpire Committee

This category ensures that individuals of all abilities have the opportunity to participate in Taekwon-Do

underscores the ITF’s commitment to fostering a welcoming and inclusive environment within the global Taekwon-Do


ITF President Paul Weiler: "World Taekwondo is not our enemy"

  • Taekwon-Do

President of the International Taekwon-Do Federation (ITF), Paul Weiler, has said World Taekwon-Do is

The 38th ITF European Taekwon-Do Championships, together with the 29th Junior European Championships

, who were present in the southern Polish city to provide media coverage of Europe's most important Taekwon-Do

Record figure: 32 nations and approximately 840 athletes competed in the European Taekwon-Do Championship

Digging deeper into the conversation, a lesser known point in international Taekwon-Do is what has happened

achieve not only cooperation, but also the organisation of tournaments and joint support between the two Taekwon-Do


Yavor Tasev hails record number of athletes at European Taekwon-Do Championships

  • Taekwon-Do

All Europe Taekwon-do Federation (AETF) Secretary General Yavor Tasev spoke exclusively to Inside The

Games at the European Taekwon-Do Championships in Lublin, Poland, which featured pre-juniors for the

We do not have the resources to financially support smaller federations without government support, although

we do have the idea of sending coaches from neighbouring countries to raise their level and reduce the

RDP / ITGTasev, who is also secretary general of the Bulgarian Taekwon-Do Federation, continued, "Since

our martial art is not part of the Olympic family, we do not receive general government support, which

That's what we're trying to do together.


Norway complete victory at the 2024 European Taekwon-Do Championships

  • Taekwon-Do

The Norwegian team dominated the 38th European Taekwon-Do Championships 2024 at the Medical University

The European Taekwon-Do Championships came to an end on Sunday in Lublin, south-east Poland.

Pattern 2nd Dan on Saturday.Ver esta publicación en InstagramUna publicación compartida por National Taekwon-Do

categories, the Polish National Team (nine+five+ten) was crowned champion of the 29th AETF Junior European Taekwon-Do

Ukraine won the 1st AETF Pre-Junior European Taekwon-Do Championships 2024 with 23 medals (nine+five+

enjoyment of a very well organised tournament from start to finish by the Polish federation, the European Taekwon-Do


Norway takes lead on final day of European Taekwon-Do Championships

  • Taekwon-Do

The final day of competition at the 38th AETF European Taekwon-Do Championships 2024 began with Norway

leading the adult competitions.Ver esta publicación en InstagramUna publicación compartida por EUROPEAN TAEKWON-DO

throughout the tournament, via the official streaming provided by the organisation of the 38th AETF European Taekwon-Do


Junior European Taekwon-Do Championships 2024 : Poland takes the prize

  • Taekwon-Do

The home team excelled in the U-18 category to win the 29th AETF Junior European Taekwon-Do Championships

comfortable lead until the final moments.Ver esta publicación en InstagramUna publicación compartida por The Taekwon-Do

Hub🥋 (@tkdtekkers)In the pre-junior division, Ukraine won the 1st AETF Pre-Junior European Taekwon-Do

With a total of 23 medals, including nine golds, the Ukrainians left well positioned for the future in Taekwon-Do

finals, which begin this Sunday at 9am at the Medical University of Lublin, where Europe's best in Taekwon-Do

category, just before the end of the first half of the final day, when the glory of the 38th AETF European Taekwon-Do


Congress of the European Taekwon-Do Federation: Constitutional amendment presented

  • Taekwon-Do

Taekwondo Federation AETF) was held in the prestigious Lublin Conference Centre as part of the European Taekwon-Do

congress of the European Federation took place in the midst of the most important tournaments in European Taekwon-Do

, such as the 38th AETF European Taekwon-Do Championships, the 29th European Junior Championships and

the AETF, 32 were represented, as well as special guests such as the President of the International Taekwon-Do

the organisation of the 2025 European Championships was presented, which has been entrusted to the Taekwon-Do

The Taekwon-Do Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina won the bid after convincing the AETF delegates to


European Taekwon-Do Championships 2024: Romania takes the lead

  • Taekwon-Do

On Saturday, after the All Europe Taekwon-do Federation (AETF) Congress in Lublin, the three simultaneous

championships of the best European taekwon-do started early.

Technique, Individual Female Power Test, Mixed Pre-arranged Sparring and others of the 38th AETF European Taekwon-Do

along in the competition, began to have decisive moments in the fight for the 29th AETF Junior European Taekwon-Do


European Junior Taekwon-Do Championships: Poland leads on eve of congress

  • Taekwon-Do

Another day of top European taekwon-do came to an end in Lublin with Poland winning 11 medals (six gold

This took place on the eve of the All Europe Taekwon-do Federation Congress (AETF).

Igor, Slian Mateusz, Brzoska Dawid, Książek Paweł and Nagielski Piotr.Poland leads the European Junior Taekwon-Do

competition with a total of 11 (three+four+four).The competitions ended early as the AETF All Europe Taekwon-Do