USA Taekwondo are looking to make a key appointment to work with the country's Para-athletes.
Turkey enjoyed strong success at the Para Taekwondo European Open Championships in Bulgarian city Plovdiv.
Croatia's world number one Ivan Mikulić is targeting his first major victory for two years at the Para Taekwondo European Open Championships tomorrow in Bulgarian city Plovdiv.
Iran have topped the medal standings at the 2018 Asian Para-Taekwondo Championships, claiming six golds, one silver and two bronzes in Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam.
The Pakistan Taekwondo Federation organised a National Championship for Para-taekwondo.
The release of the latest Para-taekwondo rankings shows that Moroccan athletes have improved their positions dramatically.
Sweden's Chakir Chelbat has been appointed as the World Taekwondo technical delegate for when the sport makes its debut on the Paralympic Games programme at Tokyo 2020, it has been announced.
Rajae Akermach from host country Morocco ensured that locals went home happy as she secured the gold medal in the women's over-58 kilogram category at the African Para Taekwondo Championship at the Inbiaat Sports Hall in Agadir.
World Para-taekwondo champion Amy Truesdale has highlighted the importance of the International Wheelchair and Amputee Sports Federation (IWAS) World Games as she prepares to compete at the inaugural women's edition.
World number one Para-taekwondo player Bopha Kong is looking to build on his recent World Championship success and is aiming to win every competition he enters in 2018.
The Para-taekwondo world rankings have been updated following the conclusion of the US Open in Las Vegas, where athletes had their first opportunity to collect points towards qualification for the sport’s Paralympic debut at Tokyo 2020.
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) have released a list of the most successful aspects of Para-Taekwondo in 2017, with the sport's Paralympic debut at Tokyo 2020 on the horizon.
World Taekwondo evaluating success of one-round format in Para-taekwondo after trial at IWAS World Games
World Taekwondo are evaluating whether to use a one-round format at future Para-taekwondo events following a trial at last month's International Wheelchair and Amputee Sports Federation World Games in Portugal.
Veracruz will host Mexico's first-ever National Championships for Para-taekwondo athletes in January and February, it has been announced.
Rwanda National team coach Allen Irene Bagrie says his focus has switched to the seventh IWAS World Games, taking place in Vila Real de Santo António, Portugal, from November 30 to December 6, following their medal-winning performances at the Para-Taekwondo World Championships in London last month.