Two new members have been added to World Taekwondo's Ad-Hoc Para Taekwondo Poomsae Committee, including a new chair.
Min Hak Seo, a South Korean, has been appointed the new chair, with Iran's Hafez Mahdavi also added to the group.
World Taekwondo now lists five members of its Ad-Hoc Para Taekwondo Poomsae Committee.
Britain's Said Khelwatty is vice-chair, with Luciano Mazzeo of Aruba and Russian Nadezhda Petrova also members.
Mustapha Moutarazak from The Netherlands was the previous chair.
Formed in response to the growth of Para taekwondo, the Ad-Hoc Para Taekwondo Poomsae Committee has been tasked with studying and developing the adaptation of poomsae to different impairment categories.
This is set to include a review of the existing rules and research on a method for official rankings.
The Ad-Hoc Para Taekwondo Poomsae Committee will further study competition formats such as pairs, team and freestyle.
Member are expected to remain in place until World Taekwondo's October 2021 General Assembly.