Red Square in Moscow will host this year’s Hyundai Archery World Cup final, World Archery announced today.
As if to emphasise the global appeal of the sport, the 14 gold medals on offer at the International Judo Federation Grand Prix that concluded in Antalya went to 14 different countries – and happily for the home crowd that included Turkey.
Women's junior gold medals split between seven countries at World Taekwondo President's Cup for Europe region
Representatives of seven countries tasted victory in the women's junior events on day three of the World Taekwondo President's Cup for Europe region in Antalya.
Russia were a cut above the opposition in claiming eight of the 10 men’s cadet gold medals at the World Taekwondo President's Cup for Europe region in Antalya today.
Hosts Turkey claim half of women's cadets gold medals at World Taekwondo President's Cup for Europe region
Hosts Turkey won five of the 10 women's cadet titles on offer today as action begun at the World Taekwondo President's Cup for Europe region in Antalya.
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.
More than 2,000 athletes, including Olympic and world champions, have gathered in Antalya for the World Taekwondo President’s Cup for Europe region.
Britain’s Matt Bush earned a historic victory on the opening day of the Para-Taekwondo World Championships at 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.
South Korea's Kim Jong-ho and So Chae-won broke the world record to set up a meeting with France in the mixed compound gold medal match at the Archery World Cup in Antalya.
Top seeds Kim Woojin and Lee Woo Seok will fight it out for men's recurve gold on Saturday (May 26) after the two South Koreans won their semi-finals on day three of the Archery World Cup at the Antalya Archery Field.
Defending world champion and two-time Olympic gold medallist Im Dong Hyun of South Korea was the victim of a surprise defeat at the hands of Great Britain's Alex Wise on day two of the Archery World Cup at the Antalya Archery Field.
The Netherlands' Mike Schloesser, South Korea's Kim Jongho and Braden Gellenthien of the United States finished tied on 713 points at the top of the compound standings after the first day of qualification at the Archery World Cup at the Antalya Archery Field.
Antalya is set to host the second stage of the 2018 Archery World Cup this week with four automatic places for the Final up for grabs in the Turkish city.
South Korea claimed an impressive 10 medals, including five golds, at the opening International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) Judo Grand Prix of 2018 in Antalya in Turkey.