The Tonga National Taekwondo Association (TNTA) has put on a martial arts demonstration as part of Olympic Day celebrations organised by the Tonga Sports Association and National Olympic Committee (TASANOC).
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USA Taekwondo has reportedly been accused of taking no action against a coach who allegedly raped and sexually assaulted a teenage girl, a lawsuit has claimed.
Italian Taekwondo Federation and South Korean Consulate General in Milan launch Para-taekwondo contest
The Italian Taekwondo Federation (FITA) and South Korea's Consulate General in Milan have teamed up to launch a Para-taekwondo competition.
Georg Streif, the head coach of the German men's taekwondo team, led a session as part of an online training camp held in Japan.
Nigerian taekwondo athlete Elizabeth Anyanacho has been named as one of 30 Game Changers of 2020, a project established by the Malala Fund.
India Taekwondo has announced the creation of an Athletes' Commission and a Referees' Commission.
Australian Taekwondo has appointed Ali Khalil as its national performance pathway lead.
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.
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.
Australian Taekwondo is to keep running online sessions led by athletes - initially launched in response to the coronavirus pandemic - for the next 12 months.
Italian Taekwondo Federation (FITA) President Angelo Cito has expressed his thanks after being named on the Organising Committee of the Taranto 2026 Mediterranean Games.
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.