Rome is primed to welcome some of the world's best taekwondo athletes for the first World Taekwondo Grand Prix Series of 2019 and the first ever Poomsae Grand Prix.
The Rio 2016 Olympic champion ruined a golden opportunity for the reigning world champion Bianca Walkden to take the title at the World Taekwondo Manchester Grand Prix in front of a home crowd.
The World Taekwondo Federation Grand Prix series returns to the Manchester Regional Arena as the season heads towards a thrilling climax.
The President of World Taekwondo Europe (WTE) Sakis Pragalos and secretary general Michael Fysentzidis visited Serbia's Ministry of Youth and Sports to discuss preparations for a "flagship championship".
Sporting diplomacy took place alongside kicking, screaming and flying planks of wood here today as North and South Korean athletes combined in a joint taekwondo demonstration here today.
A taekwondo club in Raleigh in North Carolina is attempting to raise funds to be able to take on more refugee students.
World Taekwondo President Chungwon Choue met with officials from British Taekwondo during a visit to London in which he also inspected the site of a potential new "hub" for the sport.
International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach spoke of how sport can help society while attending a meeting of the Taekwondo Humanitarian Foundation (THF).
Jonathan Nnaji, the former President of the Nigeria Taekwondo Federation (NTF), has seen his work within the sport honoured by its world governing body.
A signed Protector and Scoring System (PSS) used at last year's Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro has been donated to the Olympic Museum here by World Taekwondo President Chungwon Choue.
World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) officials have met with Ivory Coast Taekwondo Federation (FITKD) President Bamba Cheick Daniel to discuss this years Grand Prix Final in Abidjan.
South Korea is hosting another Taekwondo World Championships - why does this sport have a place in its soul?
On the eve of the London 2012 Olympics, the Korea Herald assessed the prospects for a taekwondo team that, four years earlier in Beijing, had won gold in all four of the events it was entitled to enter.
World Taekwondo has officially replaced the World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) as the name of the global governing body for the sport with a fresh brand and logo revealed here today at the General Assembly.
A new super-elite taekwondo series aimed at professionalising and upgrading the sport’s commercial appeal and media profile has been unveiled and approved here today by the World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) Council.