The World Taekwondo Council has approved a new competition uniform for next year's Olympic Games in Tokyo.
Jang Jun of South Korea and Panipak Wongpattanakit of Thailand were named male and female athlete of the year at the annual World Taekwondo Gala Awards in Moscow.
China and South Korea secured two gold medals each, as the 2019 World Taekwondo Grand Prix Final concluded in Moscow.
The Faroe Islands are to become the newest member of World Taekwondo (WT), as the nation looks to increase its sporting recognition on the global stage.
Final preparations are said to be underway in Moscow, as the Russian capital readies itself to host the World Taekwondo Grand Prix Final and end-of-season Gala Awards next week.
A group of 19 Tokyo 2020 hopefuls are benefiting from a World Taekwondo project which offers athletes with limited finances an opportunity to achieve their Olympic dreams.
World Taekwondo Europe has announced its Olympic Weight Categories Championships will become an annual event, starting with the 2019 edition in Dublin at the end of November.
World Taekwondo President Chungwon Choue has visited the headquarters of Olympic Broadcasting Services (OBS) in Madrid to discuss the extension of the broadcast partnership of the International Federation with the Olympic Channel.
World Taekwondo President Chungwon Choue has said the organisation is honoured to receive the International University Sports Federation’s (FISU) "Best International Federation" award.
World Taekwondo President Chungwon Choue has said he "sincerely hopes" that seven refugee fighters qualify for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
World Taekwondo has received the joint International Olympic Committee (IOC) and Dow "Carbon Initiative Award" in recognition of its commitment to reducing its carbon footprint and contributing to a more sustainable future.
World Taekwondo have praised the strong turnout of athletes at the World Military Games in Wuhan.
Arab Taekwondo Union (ATU) vice-president Azza Fouly has targeted promoting women in the region and improving the "anti-bullying culture" within the sport as her main priorities.
Two-time Olympic champion Wu Jingyu won the women's under-49 kilograms event today as China ended the World Taekwondo Grand Prix in Sofia with four gold medals.
Olympic champion Zheng Shuyin of China gained further revenge for her controversial loss against Great Britain's Bianca Walkden at this year's World Taekwondo Championships by beating her arch-rival in the women's over-67 kilograms final at the Grand Prix in Sofia.