This year's European Taekwondo Championships due to take place in Kazan will not be shown on television after Russian organisers failed to deliver the required technical standards so the event could be broadcast.
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The Iranian team that finished top of the medals table at the 2018 World Junior Taekwondo Championships have been congratulated by the country's President Hassan Rouhani.
A five-member Interim Board has been established at Taekwondo New Zealand (TNZ) following an investigation into an internal dispute within the governing body.
Taekwondo was the third-fastest growing sport in Sweden from 2010 to 2016, new statistics have revealed.
Barbara Marian has been appointed as the referee chair of Taekwondo Canada and will serve until the end of the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo.
Vision and Tusah International have agreed to increase the support they give to USA Taekwondo.
New Zealand have selected their squad for the World Junior Taekwondo Championships and the Buenos Aires 2018 Summer Youth Olympic Games Qualifying Tournament.
GB Taekwondo have confirmed that Max Cater has left their set-up.
World Taekwondo Europe has staged its first Poomsae Coaches Seminar of the year in Belgium.
Taekwondo Canada has appointed Carla Anderson, formerly the director of Games for the Canadian Olympic Committee (COC), as their executive director.
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.