British Taekwondo has appointed Ian Leafe, a founding director at GB Taekwondo, as its new chief executive.
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Two programmes targeting reformatory inmates and female domestic abuse victims has been officially unveiled by World Taekwondo in Kathmandu in Nepal.
Taekwondo has been adopted as a regular curriculum subject in 16 public elementary schools in Honduras.
Master Phil Power has been elected as President of a new-look Board of Directors responsible for guiding Taekwondo Canada into the future.
South Korea's teenage taekwondo sensation Bae Jun-seo is aiming to make his Olympic debut at Paris 2024 after being crowned world champion.
Fred Buitenhuis has been appointed as deputy president of World Taekwondo Europe (WTE).
Athletes will have the opportunity to secure multiple continental titles in a matter of days when the Oceania Taekwondo Championships take place here in Apia.
USA Taekwondo has selected its team for the 2019 Pan American Games in Lima with Olympic bronze medallist Paige McPherson among the standout names.
Nigeria Taekwondo Federation (NTF) technical director Chika Chukwumerije has expressed his delight over the successful completion of national trials for the 2019 African Games.
Manchester has been named as the host city for the 2022 European Taekwondo Championships just a month after staging the first-ever World Championships held in Great Britain.
The main training hall at GB Taekwondo’s National Centre has had a makeover using mats from the 2019 World Championships in Manchester.
The Jordan Olympic Committee (JOC) has hailed the rise of taekwondo during King Abdullah II's reign in the country.
USA Taekwondo congratulates athletes after medal table-topping performance at Pan American Cadet and Junior Poomsae Championships
USA Taekwondo has congratulated its athletes and coaches after the country topped the medal table at the Pan American Cadet and Junior Poomsae Championships in Portland.
The Nigeria Taekwondo Federation (NTF) have organised a national black belt programme at the newly-named Mashood Abiola Stadium in Abuja to mark Democracy Day.
The President of the Ghana Taekwondo Federation (GTF) has admitted their athletes' failure to compete at the World Championships in Manchester last month due to visa issues was unfortunate and avoidable.