Matea Jelić pulled off a sensational fightback to beat Britain’s Lauren Williams, becoming Croatia’s maiden Olympic taekwondo champion and capturing the nation’s first gold medal of this year’s Games here in Tokyo.
Amy Truesdale and Ibrahima Seye have been given the honour of being added to the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) online sticker album ahead of Para taekwondo's debut at Tokyo 2020.
Rashitov and Zolotic win Olympic taekwondo titles as refugee team's Alizadeh agonisingly misses bronze
Nineteen-year-old Uzbek Ulugbek Rashitov won a superb taekwondo gold as Anastasija Zolotic became the first American woman to top an Olympic podium in the sport at Tokyo 2020.
World champion Panipak Wongpattanakit earned a dramatic late victory over Spanish teenager Adriana Cerezo to claim the women’s under-49 kilogram Olympic taekwondo title here today.
Britain’s Jade Jones and China’s Wu Jingyu will hope to complete a hat-trick of Olympic triumphs as taekwondo competition begins at Tokyo 2020.
The US National Taekwondo Championships are set to return in early August in Texas alongside the National Fiesta Challenge.
Judoka Rustam Orujov and taekwondo fighter Farida Azizova will carry the flag for Azerbaijan at the Tokyo 2020 Opening Ceremony here on Friday.
Taekwondo world champion Jang Jun has set his sights on being South Korea's first gold medallist at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
The President and vice-president of the Brazilian Taekwondo Confederation (CBTKD) joined the team's training camp in Serbia to support athletes preparing for Tokyo 2020.
Selectors for Australia’s taekwondo team for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics have rejected the appeal of former world champion Carmen Marton against her non-inclusion.
Tonga’s Pita Taufatofua has claimed his aim was never to achieve fame as he prepares for a third Olympic Games in five years at Tokyo 2020.
The Dutch taekwondo delegation for Tokyo 2020 has been finalised, with one athlete set to participate in Japan.
Home Tokyo 2020 qualifier Shoko Ota hopes taekwondo's debut on the Paralympic programme will boost the profile of the sport in Japan.
The three Gabonese medallists at last month's African Taekwondo Championships have been received by the National Office for the Development of Sport (ONDSC) to mark their success.
World Taekwondo President Chungwon Choue has told Tokyo 2020 coaches there is "no reason" why the sport should not be safe as a permanent fixture on the Olympic programme.