Refugee taekwondo athlete Ehsan Naghibzadeh has admitted that it was "very hard" to train at the height of the coronavirus pandemic.
Mexico's hugely talented 23-year-old flyweight performer Brandon Plaza Hernandéz took a huge step forward in 2019 – only to suffer the frustration of failing to win through in this year's Pan American Olympic qualifier held in Costa Rica.
Taekwondo in Australia is approaching a "very exciting time" as the national governing body prepares to implement a new high-performance pathway, according to chief executive John Gradisar.
The Madagascar Taekwondo Association organised a competition which was held online due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Brazilian taekwondo duo Ícaro Miguel and Milena Titoneli are using virtual-realty software to aid their training for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
Iranian taekwondo legend Hadi Saei has been elected chairman of the National Olympic Committee of the Islamic Republic of Iran's Athletes' Commission.
Taekwondo Canada has revealed it does not plan to host a national competition or register athletes for the World Taekwondo Junior Championships because of the ongoing coronavirus crisis.
British Taekwondo (BT) has announced three appointments as it builds a new volunteer-led department structure.
Refugee Para-taekwondo athlete Parfait Hakizimana is continuing to dream of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics, despite the disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
China's Shuai Zhao, the Rio 2016 champion in the flyweight under-58 kilograms class, is looking a strong bet to follow up with another Olympic victory if the Tokyo Games are able to go ahead in 2021.
Para-taekwondo athletes from the Americas came together to take part in an online training event.
Australian Taekwondo is to keep running online sessions led by athletes - initially launched in response to the coronavirus pandemic - for the next 12 months.
Britain, China and Guatemala hosted World Taekwondo's first virtual international coach certification courses.
South Korea has delivered a donation of taewkondo equipment to Rwanda worth ₩25,000 (£16,500/$20,000/€18,000).
GB Taekwondo is recruiting athletes through its Fighting Chance talent-identification scheme, which is celebrating its 10th anniversary, once again.