World Taekwondo Europe (WTE) have appointed Kalvo Salmus as vice chairman of their Social Media Committee.
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The South Korean Government has made a donation of equipment to the Bangladesh Taekwondo Federation (BTF).
Australian Taekwondo has been awarded the Oceania Olympic Qualification Tournament for Tokyo 2020.
World Taekwondo Europe (WTE) has extended the deadline for athletes wanting to register for the organisation's annual President's Cup.
A month-long training programme conducted by four taekwondo experts from South Korea has begun in Sierra Leone to help develop the sport in the African country.
The Islamic Republic of Iran Taekwondo Federation has announced the appointment of Vahid Abdollahi to their senior coaching set-up.
World Taekwondo Europe President Sakis Pragalos used his New Year's message to discuss his future plans for the organisation, such as a quarterly European taekwondo ranking list.
USA Taekwondo has launched a new online "Pro Shop" which sells equipment and clothing.
A taekwondo talent contest has been held in Ghana to help unearth new stars in the African country.
The Islamic Republic of Iran Taekwondo Federation has appointed a new general secretary on an interim basis.
Australian Olympic taekwondo champion Lauren Burns has asked her fellow athletes for help in gaining a postgraduate qualification.
Beijing 2008 medallist Stevenson steps away from coaching role to concentrate on Presidency of British Taekwondo
Sarah Stevenson, Britain's former Olympic medallist and double world champion, will be stepping down from her coaching role with the country's development programme to focus on other responsibilities.
Denmark’s former European champion Edina Lents has been appointed vice chair of Taekwondo Europe’s Poomsae referee committee.
Triple world taekwondo champion Lee Dae-hoon is to stage an international youth event.
Australian Taekwondo has paid tribute to a fighter who won a gold medal despite undergoing knee surgery just four months ago.