Australian Taekwondo has unveiled its new logo as part of a larger rebrand of the governing body, which is being undertaken in partnership with marketing company Night and Day.
Adam Meyers has been appointed as the new media liaison of Australian Taekwondo.
Australian Taekwondo has launched a survey ahead of making what it describes as "significant changes" to its digital platform.
Australian Taekwondo has announced a partnership with marketing company Night and Day as part of the governing body's rebrand.
Australian Taekwondo has announced plans for three selection events ahead of this year's World Championships in Wuxi.
Australian Taekwondo and World Taekwondo Oceania have been forced to postponed the first-ever Gajok Games in response to new border closures.
Australian Taekwondo held a national training camp in Melbourne as the Combat Institute Australia came into force.
National performance pathway lead Ali Khalil is determined to help Australian Taekwondo "move with the times" after claiming the governing body had spent much of the past two decades "stuck in the mud".
World Taekwondo Oceania and Australian Taekwondo have announced that the inaugural Australian and Oceania Taekwondo Gajok Games is to be held in March 2021.
Australian Taekwondo has elected Keshena Waterford and Allan Malachowski and re-elected Jean Kfoury as Board members for the governing body.
Australian Taekwondo's national coaching director Karim Dighou has been running weekly online training sessions, which have featured demonstrations from athletes.
Promising taekwondo player Reba Stewart will receive a five-figure cash injection after being named in the Sport Australia Hall of Fame (SAHOF) scholarship and mentoring programme.
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.
Australian Taekwondo is to keep running online sessions led by athletes - initially launched in response to the coronavirus pandemic - for the next 12 months.