Ghana Taekwondo Federation President Frederick Lartey has backed a new course which uses the sport to teach self defence.
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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.
Tributes have been paid after Australia's taekwondo Olympian Paul Lyons passed away at the age of just 50.
Youngsters were welcomed to an International Taekwondo Summer Camp in Estonia to help them become the next generation of taekwondo champions.
The Guam Taekwondo Federation (GTF) has been recognised by the Guam Government for outstanding achievement after all five of its Pacific Games athletes earned medals in Samoa.
Teenage Jamaican taekwondo athlete Brandon Sealy is relishing the step-up to senior competition after appearing at the Pan American Games in Lima.
Nigeria Taekwondo Federation (NTF) President Margaret Binga has hailed the medallists of the national team at the ongoing African Games in Rabat.
Detroit will host a third talent ID camp from September 13 to 15, USA Taekwondo has announced.
GB Taekwondo has added Frenchman Torann Maizeroi to its high performance coaching team.
British Taekwondo has appointed Ian Leafe, a founding director at GB Taekwondo, as its new chief executive.
The Cambodia Taekwondo Federation has hailed its athletes for winning 15 medals at the recent World Taekwondo Hanmadang in South Korea.
Two programmes targeting reformatory inmates and female domestic abuse victims has been officially unveiled by World Taekwondo in Kathmandu in Nepal.
Taekwondo has been adopted as a regular curriculum subject in 16 public elementary schools in Honduras.
Master Phil Power has been elected as President of a new-look Board of Directors responsible for guiding Taekwondo Canada into the future.
South Korea's teenage taekwondo sensation Bae Jun-seo is aiming to make his Olympic debut at Paris 2024 after being crowned world champion.