Member National Association and Continental Unions News
March 12 - The Taewkondo Association of Thailand (TAT) has re-elected Pimol Srivikorn as President for a fourth consecutive term despite them failing to achieve one of the major goals he had set himself at the last election.
GB Taekwondo signs agreement with Seoul's top Olympic Sports High School to build on cadet development
January 24 - GB Taekwondo has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Seoul's elite Olympic Sports High School fulfilling its plans to maximise cadet development to become one of the best junior teams in the world.
December 28 - India's national governing body for taekwondo has been suspended following the decision earlier this month to take action against the Indian Olympic Association (IOA).
November 15 - A new nationwide talent identification programme has been launched by GB Taekwondo to find fresh talent in time for the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
December 20 - Martin Stamper (pictured right) has received a boost heading into the London 2012 Olympics after being named as the GB taekwondo Athlete of the Year following a stellar 12 months that has seen him lose just twice in 29 fights.
October 2 - GB Taekwondo has announced a new partnership with Cimac to provide their academy and teams with Adidas suits, pads and protectors during the buildup to the London 2012 Olympic Games.
June 21 - Great Britain Performance Director Gary Hall has confirmed the resignations from the Taekwondo World Class Performance programme (WCPP) of 2010 European champion Aaron Cook (pictured), fellow GB Academy member Mahama Cho, and High Performance coach Nelson Miller.
April 19 - KPMG and GB Taekwondo have extended their partnership to the summer of 2012, which sees the professional services giant provide business services to the sport and its events programme, which includes the National Championships and the British Open.
October 28 - UK Sport are continuing their review process with Britain's taekwondo organisations to help give fighters every chance of Olympic glory at London 2012 to build on the success of Sarah Stevenson (pictured) at the Games in Beijing last year.
THE BTCB Sport Taekwondo UK Ltd, the high performance business arm of the sport in Britain, today announced the appointment of three high performance coaching staff to work with their elite academy athletes to help them prepare for London 2012.
BRITISH TAEKWONDO is to move its operations from Loughborough to Manchester’s Sportcity (pictured) to help it prepare for the 2012 Olympics, it was announced today.