Two-time world champion Bianca Walkden of Britain will be among the star names competing at the World Taekwondo Grand Prix in Taoyuan.
World Taekwondo has officially sanctioned the Nigeria Open competition.
Britain's taekwondo Olympian Cho wants Manchester refugee project to benefit if he wins National Lottery award
Britain's taekwondo Olympian Mahama Cho, one of eight nominees for the first National Lottery Athlete of the Year prize, has chosen a Manchester refugee project to benefit from the £5,000 ($6,500/€5,600) cash prize if he wins at the 2018 National Lottery Awards.
Taekwondo Canada has named Olympic speed skating expert Guy Thibault as their new performance director.
Two star taekwondo performers from Iran shared their skills with dozens of people at a training camp in Serbia.
Para-taekwondo athlete Brianna Salinaro from the United States is fighting against the odds to claim a spot at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games, with the sport set to make its debut.
Australian Taekwondo is looking to add to its coaching team prior to the World Poomsae Championships in Taipei.
Two-time Olympic taekwondo champion Steven Lopez has been declared permanently ineligible from sport after a United States Centre for SafeSport investigation found evidence he sexually abused a child.
World Taekwondo President Chungwon Choue has shown his appreciation to the "mascot" of the Ivory Coast team.
Four members of the Taekwondo Peace Corps in South Korea visited the Ghana Olympic Committee (GOC) vice president Paul Atchoe after spending several weeks teaching taekwondo techniques in the country.
World Taekwondo Europe (WTE) have announced details of their first "Hanmadang" - the name for a festival of the sport.
Fiji have set a target of 16 medals for next month's New Zealand Union Taekwondo Championship in Wellington.
Double world champion Amy Truesdale has said preparations are on track as she prepares for taekwondo's Paralympic debut at Tokyo 2020.
Ukraine hosted a taekwondo camp for cadets where the country's fighters were joined by counterparts from China.
Canada's taekwondo cousins, Skylar and Andrew Park, have reflected upon the experience they gained in Moscow as they competed in the second World Taekwondo Grand Prix event of the season.