The US National Taekwondo Championships are set to return in early August in Texas alongside the National Fiesta Challenge.
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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.
The Dutch taekwondo delegation for Tokyo 2020 has been finalised, with one athlete set to participate 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 Asia (WTA) President Kyu Seok Lee has pledged his full support to the Pakistan Taekwondo Federation (PTF) following talks with officials from the country.
Australian Taekwondo to run Fighting Futures programme from ACPE campus as organisations strike deal
The Australian College of Physical Education (ACPE) has become Australian Taekwondo's latest sponsor, and will host the New South Wales version of the Fighting Futures programme as part of the agreement.
The coach of Vietnam's Olympic taekwondo hopeful Trương Thị Kim Tuyến has revealed that she had to convince her student's parents of her talent for the sport.
More than 50 aspiring taekwondo instructors attended a training course run by the Italian Taekwondo Federation (FITA) in Formia - just days after another refresher course was held.
Munirah Warsame has set her sights on becoming the first athlete to represent Somalia in taekwondo at the Olympic Games.
Kenya's Olympic taekwondo qualifier Faith Wanjiku Ogallo has entered a pre-departure bubble camp as she prepares to head to Tokyo 2020.
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.
World Taekwondo President Chungwon Choue has praised two Nigerian women who travelled more than 4,000 kilometres overland to compete at the African Championships in Dakar.
Olympic gold medallist Cheick Sallah Cissé was among the fighters to strike gold at the African Taekwondo Championships in Dakar.
The taekwondo links between Afghanistan and Iran look set to be strengthened after a meeting between the two nations.