GB Taekwondo is recruiting athletes through its Fighting Chance talent-identification scheme, which is celebrating its 10th anniversary, once again.
The French Taekwondo Federation (FFTDA) has been awarded a cash grant to help support female athletes.
Mexican Taekwondo Federation President Professor Raymundo González said the organisation has remained "relaxed" during the COVID-19 pandemic as two of the country's athletes have qualified for Tokyo 2020.
The Nigerian Taekwondo Federation (NTF) is to host its inaugural National Online Poomsae Championships.
The Taekwondo Humanitarian Foundation (THF) has launched a crowdfunding campaign to raise cash for a sports hall in Rwanda.
A two-day training seminar has concluded after World Taekwondo held its International Coach Certification Course online for the first time.
The Philippine Taekwondo Association (PTA) has announced plans to hold a "speed kicking" online tournament.
British Taekwondo has raised £215 ($268/€238) for the National Health Service (NHS) through the sales of limited edition hoodies and T-shirts emblazoned with the message "stay strong."
Double Olympic taekwondo champion Jade Jones, has said she is seeking a third Olympic title in Tokyo next year, a feat that is unmatched in the sport.
Australian taekwondo rising star Bailey Lewis has said he is enjoying the response from the nation's sporting community having conducted online sessions with his teammates on video conference platform, Zoom.
Bahrain has celebrated the country's first major Para-taekwondo gold medal.
USA Taekwondo has announced two new partnerships aimed at improving its relationship with members and providing more sophisticated management technology.
The President of the Kenya Taekwondo Federation (KTF) has reiterated hopes for more taekwondo athletes from the nation to reach the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
Bulgarian Taekwondo Federation (BTF) secretary general Alexander Minev met with the country's European Commission member Mariya Gabriel to discuss the future development of the sport.
Australian Taekwondo has published a new child protection policy to help keep youngsters involved in the sport safe.