Refugee children and World Taekwondo (WT) Cares Programme students will take part in the Global Common Society (GCS) Virtual International Taekwondo Championships.
Building work has continued at a new taekwondo facility which is under construction in the Ivory Coast, despite the COVID-19 pandemic.
World Taekwondo Oceania (WTO) is set to host its first online Poomsae and Para-Poomsae Championships in July due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Southeast Asian Games taekwondo medallist Pauline Lopez has launched a project to help girls from vulnerable communities in the Philippines during the coronavirus pandemic.
World Taekwondo President Chungwon Choue has expressed hope that Asian and European athletes will be able to qualify for the postponed Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games before the end of the year.
Taekwondo Europe is to host an online colour belt event in late June for those aged from five-years-old upwards.
World Taekwondo President Chungwon Choue has congratulated a young refugee after he won the second place prize in the International Fair Play Art Contest.
Mexican Para-taekwondo athlete Daniela Andrea Martínez Mariscal has said that she is aiming for a medal at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics after a successful 2019.
The Singapore Taekwondo Federation (STF) has announced that Wong Liang Ming, a former secretary general of the organisation has been suspended by World Taekwondo for grave misconduct.
The Taekwondo Humanitarian Foundation (THF) has confirmed several of its projects have been disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic, but said it was "heartened" by refugees continuing to keep active through taekwondo during the crisis.
GB Taekwondo's training base in Manchester is set to be reopened next week to allow elite athletes to return to training.
A taekwondo master has led an initiative to help use the sport to eradicate bullying in Australia, and has asked for the support of the community to help children.
An eleven-year-old taekwondo world champion has raised £1,330 ($1,610/€1,488) for the National Health Service by doing taekwondo kicks across her garden for thirteen consecutive days.
Nigerian taekwondo athlete Elizabeth Anyanacho has switched her focus from preparing for Paris 2024 to Tokyo 2020 after qualifying for the next Olympic Games and credits the sport with giving her more confidence.
Taekwondo Canada has launched an appeal to find individuals to sit on its coronavirus return to training working group.