World champion Juan Diego Garcia López delighted the home crowd by winning the men's up to 75 kilogram K44 final at the Mexico Para-Taekwondo Open Championships.
Indian Para-taekwondo athlete Chandeep Singh Sudan has visited the university in his home city of Jammu to deliver a inspirational talk to students.
Great Britain’s two-time world Para-taekwondo champion Amy Truesdale has hailed the success of a special taekwondo training camp in Nepal.
China’s Yujie Li has been voted the International Paralympic Committee’s Allianz Athlete of the Month for February after her impressive victory at the World Para Taekwondo Championships in Antalya in Turkey.
Race for Tokyo qualification heating up after surprise results at World Para Taekwondo Championships
The World Para Taekwondo rankings have tightened after a series of shock results at last month's World Championships in Turkey.
Hosts Iran comfortably topped the medal standings again as action concluded today at the World Taekwondo President's Cup for Asia region on Kish Island.
Brazil's new Para-taekwondo star Nathan Torquato has revealed he is still training at the same gym he first entered at three-years-old.
Great Britain's Amy Truesdale was among the winners as the African Para-Taekwondo Championship in Hurghada today.
World Taekwondo President Chungwon Choue has given a letter of appreciation to World Taekwondo Europe (WTE) counterpart Sakis Pragalos in recognition of the successful organisation and completion of the 2019 World Para-Taekwondo Championships in Antalya.
The fourth edition of the African Para-Taekwondo Open Championship is due to begin in Egyptian city Hurghada tomorrow with a record number of 120 participants from 28 countries set to compete.
Juan Diego García López secured Mexico their first-ever global crown in Para-taekwondo today as the sport’s 2019 World Championships concluded in Antalya in Turkey.
Denmark's Lisa Gjessing will aim to maintain her status as his sports sole undefeated fighter at the World Para-Taekwondo Championships starting tomorrow in Antalya.
Great Britain’s Amy Truesdale and Mongolia’s Bolor-Erdene Ganbat are among the 10 athletes that the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has dubbed "Ones to Watch" at the 2019 World Para-Taekwondo Championships in Antalya in Turkey.
British Para-taekwondo athlete Amy Truesdale has said she does not feel any pressure before the 2019 World Para Taekwondo Championships in Turkey next month.
Three officials received international Para-taekwondo referee certificates after attending a seminar in Sweden.