A major taekwondo event due to be held in Nigeria next month has been postponed until February to allow more athletes the chance to enter the competition, it has been announced.
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World Taekwondo Europe (WTE) has announced that its first "Hanmadang", the name for a festival of the sport, has been postponed until March 2019.
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World Taekwondo Europe (WTE) have announced details of their first "Hanmadang" - the name for a festival of the sport.
Fiji have set a target of 16 medals for next month's New Zealand Union Taekwondo Championship in Wellington.