World Para-taekwondo champion Amy Truesdale has highlighted the importance of the International Wheelchair and Amputee Sports Federation (IWAS) World Games as she prepares to compete at the inaugural women's edition.
Taekwondo Canada has appointed Carla Anderson, formerly the director of Games for the Canadian Olympic Committee (COC), as their executive director.
South Korea-led World Taekwondo will send its demonstration team to North Korea next month in an effort to maintain a peaceful atmosphere on the Korean Peninsula, according to a high-ranking official within the organisation.
World Taekwondo Europe (WTE) has penned a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Kukkiwon - the World Taekwondo headquarters.
World Taekwondo Europe (WTE) claim the third edition of their President’s Cup will surpass previous editions, with a record number of athletes registered to take part.
Fariborz Askari has been named as the head coach of Iran's men's national taekwondo team.
The Rwanda Taekwondo Federation are set to send 20 athletes to two continental competitions this month.
Australian Taekwondo have selected their team to compete at the third edition of the President's Cup.
Taekwondo's chances of being included on Birmingham 2022 programme ended day after campaign launched
Taekwondo will not feature on the programme for the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, despite the sport’s governing body establishing a working group to pursue inclusion.
World Taekwondo have established a working group to explore the sport’s inclusion at the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, they announced today.
Sonja Janssen-Sahebzad, the chair of Taekwondo New Zealand's (TNZ) Central District Board, has hailed the success of a training camp held at Budo South Dojang in Tauranga.
Organisers of the World Taekwondo Beach Championships have unveiled the logo and venue with just over a month before the event begins on the Greek island of Rhodes.
Sharissa Gannaway and Aaliyah Powell, junior European Championship silver medallists from last year, and 2016 cadet European champion Owen Turner, head up a 14-strong Great Britain team announced for the World Junior Taekwondo Championships in Hammamet, Tunisia from April 9 to 13.
Nigeria Taekwondo Federation (NTF) President Margaret Binga received the Best Female Referee award at the Egypt Open.
Taekwondo Canada has announced that it has awarded major events to both Richmond and Quebec City.