Ivorian Taekwondo Federation (FITKD) secretary general Anzoumana Siaka says the nation's best taekwondo players are likely to travel to Europe in the coming months to better prepare for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
Renowned trainers Paul Green and Gareth Brown will bring coaching into athletes' homes through the launch of USA Taekwondo University.
Two-time World Taekwondo Championships medallist Armin Hadipour has suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) - but still plans to compete at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
Australian Taekwondo and World Taekwondo Oceania have been forced to postponed the first-ever Gajok Games in response to new border closures.
The Italian Taekwondo Federation (FITA) has been credited with performing a "small miracle" after teaming up with the Saint Pius X Institute of Vatican City to organise a course for students.
Taekwondo instructor Mukhamadjon Turgunov is hopeful of coaching his athletes at international competitions after becoming a citizen of Uzbekistan.
Mongolia's former Para-taekwondo world champion Enkhtuya Khurelbaatar says she wants to inspire others as she bids to become a Paralympic gold medallist at Tokyo 2020.
The Nigerian Taekwondo Federation (NTF) has said its athletes have been left "shattered" after the country's National Sports Festival was postponed for the fifth time.
Kimia Alizadeh has received refugee status in Germany, allowing the taekwondo player to compete in the European qualification tournament for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
Iranian taekwondo players are scheduled to travel to Bulgaria to compete at the Sofia Taekwondo Open in March - their first international event for more than a year.
World Taekwondo Council member Pimol Srivikorn has been presented with the Order of Sports Merit Award by the South Korean Government.
Dominican Republic taekwondo star Bernardo Pié has been honoured with a national sports award by his country's Ministry of Youth.
World Taekwondo (WT) and Muju County, Korea, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) which will see the creation of an International Taekwondo Academy and the broader promotion of taekwondo.
The National Olympic Committee of the Ivory Coast (CNO-CIV) has given funding to eight athletes - two of them taekwondo players - to aid preparations for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
Australian Taekwondo held a national training camp in Melbourne as the Combat Institute Australia came into force.