Ghana Taekwondo Federation President Frederick Lartey has backed a new course which uses the sport to teach self defence.
Two Washington State taekwondo students will have the opportunity of earning their black belts in the traditional home of the sport, as part of a United States National Taekwondo Federation tour to South Korea starting next week.
World Taekwondo President Chungwon Choue believes that 4D cameras being introduced for Tokyo 2020 will bring added excitement to the sport.
World Taekwondo Europe (WTE) director general Kenneth Schunken headed a delegation which visited Tallinn, the host of next year's European Cadet and Kids Championships.
Canadian referee Barbara Marian has been inducted into the Taekwondo Hall of Fame.
Azerbaijan's Harchegani beats Russia's world champion Khramtcov in memorable contest at World Taekwondo Grand Prix
Azerbaijan's Milad Beigi Harchegani earned a victory of such flair and technical merit in the concluding contest of the World Taekwondo Grand Prix in Chiba that it drew the unusual tribute of a standing ovation.
The Pakistan Taekwondo Federation (PTF) is set to host an Olympic Solidarity technical course for coaches next month.
South Korea finished day two of the World Taekwondo Grand Prix in Chiba with the bragging rights after winning two of the three gold medals on offer.
The World Taekwondo Grand Prix, being held for the first time in Japan, produced an opening day of drama at the Chiba Port Arena.
Tributes have been paid after Australia's taekwondo Olympian Paul Lyons passed away at the age of just 50.
Seventeen-year-old Sophie Gimeno made history at the Parapan American Games in Lima last month by becoming the first United States taekwondo athlete to medal at the multi-sport event.
A ceremony to mark the end of a Taekwondo Peace Corps summer volunteering programme has been held in Seoul.
Korean Cultural Centre in Nigeria (KCCN) director Lee Jin-su has claimed Olympic bronze medallist Chika Chukwumerije's exploits in taekwondo are having a major impact on children in the African country.
Youngsters were welcomed to an International Taekwondo Summer Camp in Estonia to help them become the next generation of taekwondo champions.
World Taekwondo Europe have revealed details of the first of the master class educational series they will be running throughout the continent.