United States - For the first time in the history of Taekwondo the referees will be subjected to alcohol level tests in order to be allowed to referee. Why? MasTKD tells you why. MasTKD Español.
United States - The Grand Master Jay K. Shin introduced the Taekwondo at Bhutan, Nepal and Hong Kong University. With his vision and knowledge, he gave to many people the opportunity of having health and successful way of life.
United Kingdom - The Performance Director of Taekwondo GB talked with MasTKD about the recent changes on the technical team and their secret to have a team fighting for the first places at the ranking.
Italy - MasTKD.com talked with the Referee Chairman of the World Taekwondo, Songchul Kim, who explained the main changes of the rules and regulations.
United States - We spoke exclusively with the World Taekwondo Secretary General, Hoss Rafaty, who spoke with us about the present and future of our sport and his perception about the permanence of Taekwondo in the Olympic program. MasTKD Español.
International - The Director of the World Taekwondo Federation Referee Commission, Chakir Chelbat, started practicing sports when he was only four. Today, MasTKD shows you an unknown facet of his story.
Guatemala - The renowned international leader Maria Borello said that the present moment in Taekwondo is the best in its history. MasTKD Español.
Italy - MasTKD had the opportunity to speak with Angelo Cito, President of the Italian Taekwondo Federation, who is postulating to become a WTF Executive Council Member and to revalidate his place within the ETU. MasTKD Español.
United States - The head of the Pan-American Taekwondo Union, in a conversation with MasTKD, shared his vision for his next administration, his opinion on Dr. Choue´s leadership and his perception regarding the latest changes to the competition rules, among other things. MasTKD Español.
United States - The president of the Pan American Taekwondo Union, Ji Ho Choi, was present at the WTF President’s Cup, who gave an exclusive interview to MasTKD, expressing the present and future for Taekwondo in the area.