Australian Taekwondo has announced details of its qualification tournament for this year's Oceania Championships.
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Australian Taekwondo (AT) has created an online survey for owners of clubs and head instructors in the country.
The Turkish Taekwondo Federation hosted a development camp in a bid to hone the country's stars of the future.
USA Taekwondo has opened the application process for three new referee leadership positions.
Nigerian taekwondo star Emmanuel Peters has backed the Agoma Open Championship to produce more successful athletes from the country.
Taekwondo Federation Netherlands received €62,767 (£55,156/$75,355) from the Dutch Lottery during 2017, they have revealed.
USA Taekwondo will appoint eight regional and 50 state head coaches as the national governing body continues an extensive restructuring of its coaching programme.
The Taekwondo Association of Malawi is set to host the 2018 National Presidential Championships on Saturday (April 28) with athletes from across the country expected to be on hand to showcase their skills in Mzuzu.
The South Korean Embassy in the Cambodian capital Phnom Penh have announced that they have donated taekwondo uniforms for use at the Opening Ceremony of the National Games.
Australian Taekwondo has launched a national census of all people participating in the sport in the country as part of their stakeholder research process.
This year's European Taekwondo Championships due to take place in Kazan will not be shown on television after Russian organisers failed to deliver the required technical standards so the event could be broadcast.
Double Olympic champion Jade Jones and two-time world champion Bianca Walkden have been selected in the Great Britain squad for next month’s European Taekwondo Championship in Kazan.
The Iranian team that finished top of the medals table at the 2018 World Junior Taekwondo Championships have been congratulated by the country's President Hassan Rouhani.
A five-member Interim Board has been established at Taekwondo New Zealand (TNZ) following an investigation into an internal dispute within the governing body.
Taekwondo was the third-fastest growing sport in Sweden from 2010 to 2016, new statistics have revealed.