October 14 - The World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) has introduced new rules for the sport, including changes to the scoring system.
February 5 - Logan Campbell (pictured) plans to sell his brothel as a peace offering to the New Zealand Olympic Committee (NZOC) and to help fund his campaign to compete in the taekwondo competition at the London 2012 Games.
December 3 - Nigeria's Sports Minister today said that he expects Chika Chukwumerije (pictured) to win a gold medal at the London 2012 Olympics after he won an Olympic bronze medal in Beijing last year.
October 28 - UK Sport are continuing their review process with Britain's taekwondo organisations to help give fighters every chance of Olympic glory at London 2012 to build on the success of Sarah Stevenson (pictured) at the Games in Beijing last year.
October 14 - Choue Chung-won (pictured) has promised to work with his rivals after being re-elected yesterday as the President of the World Taekwondo Federation (WTF).
October 13 - The World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) today re-elected South Korea's Choue Chung-won (pictured) as its President following a controversial election overshadowed by allegations of vote buying and slander.
September 21 - Controversy is surrounding the election of the President of the World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) after one of the candidates claimed that he had reached an agreement with the South Korean Government to build new headquarters there if he is elected.
THE International Olympic Committee (IOC) have accepted that the number of bronze medals to be awarded in taekwondo at the Olympic Games will be increased to two starting with next year’s Olympic Games in Beijing and including London 2012.
August 29 - Sarah Stevenson (pictured) won a gold medal on the opening day of the British Championships, an European Taekwondo Union (ETU) A-Class event, at the Manchester Regional Arena today.
THE BTCB Sport Taekwondo UK Ltd, the high performance business arm of the sport in Britain, today announced the appointment of three high performance coaching staff to work with their elite academy athletes to help them prepare for London 2012.