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By Gary AndersonA new five-year strategic plan to develop and expand Para-taekwondo worldwide has been announced today, despite the sport's initial failure to gain a place on the programme for Tokyo 2020.
By Zjan ShirinianThe classification rules for taekwondo will be "improved and refined" after a three-day meeting in Vancouver, as the sport waits to hear if it will be part of the programme for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics.
By Paul OsborneThe World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) is continuing to build momentum in its efforts to see the sport included on the Paralympic programme at Tokyo 2020 following the conclusion of the Pan America Para-Taekwondo Championships.
By Emily GoddardTaekwondo was included as a demonstration sport for the first time at the International Wheelchair and Amputee Sports Federation (IWAS) World Junior Games as it continued its campaign for inclusion at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics.
By Paul OsborneThe World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) today submitted its final application for inclusion on the programme at Tokyo 2020 to the International Paralympic Committee (IPC).
By Paul Osborne at the Kassado Plaza Hotel in Moscow The 5th World Para-Taekwondo Championships saw a total of 24 nations pick up medals, as the organisers celebrated record participants at the event here.
By Paul Osborne at the Dinamo Sport Palace in MoscowRussia has clinched the overall men's title at the 5th World Para-Taekwondo Championships, whileTurkey took top spot in the women's competition here today.
By Paul Osborne at the Dinamo Sport Palace in MoscowUkrainian Viktoriia Marchuk added yet another world title to her collection after strolling to victory at the 5th World Para-Taekwondo Championships here today.
By Paul Osborne at the Kassado Plaza Hotel in MoscowThe stage is set and final preparations are finally coming to an end as the 5th World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) World Para-Taekwondo Championships gets ready to commence at the Dinamo Sport Palace here tomorrow.
By Paul Osborne at the Kassado Plaza Hotel in Moscow The World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) is quietly confident the sport will be added to the Paralympic programme at Tokyo 2020, it was claimed here today.
By Paul OsborneMarch 21 - Amendments to the World Taekwondo Federation's (WTF) statutes and competition rules have been unanimously approved at a General Assembly in Taipei City, Chinese Taipei as the WTF continues its efforts to develop Para-taekwondo in the build-up to Tokyo 2020.
By Duncan MackayMarch 20 - Moscow will host the 5th World Para-Taekwondo Championships, an event that will have extra significance because it will be the main opportunity to showcase the sport as it bids to join the Paralympic programme for Tokyo 2020.
By Nick ButlerMarch 5 - World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) President Chungwon Choue has outlined plans to further develop Para-taekwondo as the process continues to decide whether the sport will be included at Tokyo 2020.
By Gary AndersonFebruary 20 - As part of its bid for inclusion at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games, the World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) has carried out a four-day research project in Russia aimed at establishing a classification system for the sport.
By James CrookJune 9 - Para-taekwondo has seen its chances of inclusion to the 2020 Paralympic Games boosted after their most successful World Championships so far in Lausanne, in which participation rose by around a third.