The Hungarian Taekwondo Federation (HTF) secretary general has praised his country's hosting of the European Cadet Taekwondo Championships earlier this month and hopes it will grow the sport in his country.
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Prakash Shumsher Rana has been re-elected President of the Nepal Taekwondo Association (NTA) at the organisation's General Assembly in Bara District.
The 2017 Australian Taekwondo Championships in Bendigo were dubbed as an "ideal environment" for the next generation of the country's fighters to emerge.
Steve McNally has been appointed as the executive director of USA Taekwondo on a permanent basis, the governing body has announced.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan honoured a promise to taekwondo world champion Nur Tatar by attending her wedding.
The Korea International Co-operation Agency (KOICA) has made an equipment donation to the Nepal Taekwondo Association.
Rio 2016 Olympian Caroline Marton is one of the candidates for Australian Taekwondo's Board of Directors.
Taekwondo Canada have praised the performance of the country at the 2017 Pan American Cadet and Junior Championships.
Uzbekistan Taekwondo Association President Parpiev Botir Rakhmatovich has visited the World Taekwondo headquarters in Seoul to learn how to best develop talented athletes.
The new President of the Nigeria Taekwondo Federation (NTF), Margaret Binga, has promised that her focus will be on the athletes.
World Taekwondo Europe vice president Igor Iuzefovici has been awarded an honorary diploma for growing the sport in his home country Moldova.
The President of the Oceania Taekwondo Union John Kotsifas played a key role at the 29th edition of the South East Asian Games in Malaysia's capital city Kuala Lumpur.
American Sarah Seiber has followed her father John into taekwondo refereeing.
Taekwondo Canada has named a 67-strong squad for the 2017 Pan American Cadet and Junior Championships.
World Taekwondo President Chungwon Choue met with officials from British Taekwondo during a visit to London in which he also inspected the site of a potential new "hub" for the sport.