Spanish taekwondo athlete Hugo Arillo Vazquez is hoping to put a season ruined by the coronavirus pandemic behind him and get his fledgling career back on track.
The make-up of USA Taekwondo's Athlete Advisory Council has been confirmed after nominations and elections.
Angelo Cito has been re-elected as President of the Italian Taekwondo Federation (FITA) after a landslide victory over challenger Park Jun-ho.
Australian Taekwondo's national coaching director Karim Dighou has been running weekly online training sessions, which have featured demonstrations from athletes.
A decade after the teenage success that established her name in international taekwondo circles, the Dominican Republic's Katherine Rodriguez Peguero is preparing for a second Olympic experience at the postponed Tokyo 2020 Games.
Mexican taekwondo star Juan Diego García has been presented with a 2020 national sports award in the Paralympic category.
The Brazilian Taekwondo Confederation (CBTKD) has announced the 15 members who will form the organisation's Athletes' Commission.
Philippine Taekwondo Association (PTA) has held a virtual taekwondo competition aimed at young athletes.
Latika Bhandari, Kashish Malik, Aman Kadyan, Navjeet Maan, Purva Dixit and Rodali Barua are being tipped as outsiders to become the first taekwondo player to represent India at the Olympic Games.
The Korean Cultural Centre in Nigeria has presented taekwondo uniforms and training equipment to 12 organisations to support the sport in the country.
The European Olympic taekwondo qualifier is now scheduled to take place in Sofia in January, after it could not be held in 2020 due to the coronavirus crisis.
The first staging of the Online World Taekwondo Poomsae Championships is underway, with taekwondo enthusiasts able to submit their entries.
World Taekwondo President Chungwon Choue is hopeful the Asian and European Olympic qualifiers can be held before May 2021.
Sixteen refugee athletes from Jordan and Rwanda competed in the Lents Taekwondo Worldwide Sports Online Poomsae Open 2020 competition.
Australian Taewkondo has selected the country's team for the inaugural Online World Taekwondo Poomsae Championships.