South Korea - The WTF has announced the candidates for the WTF President and the WTF Council in advance of its General Assembly election, which will take place in Muju, Korea on June 23, 2017. MasTKD Español.
The Australian Sports Commission has now formally recognized the merge of the Sports Taekwondo Australia (STA) and Taekwondo Australia Ltd. (TA) as the governing body of Taekwondo in the country.
The Australia Open was held in Sydney on Sunday 17 August 2014 at the Sydney Park Sports Center. The event was ranked as G-2 by the WTF; it included the 16 world categories.
Just few of us have heard about WTF Peace Corp Program, one of the most cherished programs of Dr. Choue´s administration. Today, we share with you Nele Lemke´s experience on her recent mission to Papua New Guinea, a life´s lesson, as she says.
This year's have been moved to the after original hosts informed the that they would not be able to stage the event.
Carmen Marton is Australia's the first ever World Taekwondo Champion, to name some of her achievements, she won silver at both the 2001 and 2003 Junior Asian Championships. In 2002, at the age of 16 she won a silver medal at the World Cup in Tokyo, Japan. In 2004 she won a bronze at the Asian Championships Seoul Korea.
Starting January 1st 2014, all athletes competing is state and national competitions in Australia are required to have the WTF Global Athlete Licence (GAL).
Australia has been at the forefront of the WTF’s GMS and GAL initiatives and to further the implementation of this global initiative, and will be the first country to make the GAL mandatory for all its state, regional and national competitions.
Korea won seven gold medals and four silver medals for the overall title at the 8th WTF World Taekwondo Poomsae Championships, which concluded in Bali, Indonesia on 3 November, 2013. In the overall medal tally, Vietnam clinched three golds, three silvers and five bronzes for the second place, followed by the Philippines with three golds, two silvers and one bronze.
The "Pacific Mini Games" are an international sporting competition bringing together 22 states and territories in the Pacific and are under the supervision of the Pacific Games Council. The Taekwondo participated in a G-1 event. masTaekwondo.com ESPAÑOL