Ottawa, ON – Taekwondo Canada is pleased to announce that the 2024 Canada Open is the most successful international event ever run by the organization. The event, held February 8th to 10th, featured over 800 athletes from 41 countries attending the event held over three days in Vancouver, British Columbia.
In a significant development for the Kombat Taekwondo, under the leadership of President Rick W. Shin, and Mooto USA/BMA, headed by CEO James Kim, are excited to announce a new strategic partnership that promises to bring unparalleled benefits to Taekwondo enthusiasts and licensed clubs across the world.Read More
In a resounding achievement, participants of the recent Poomsae referees’ seminar in the Pan-American Region have garnered strong support, with the majority approved to officiate in WT-sanctioned events. Juan Manuel López, the President of the Pan-American Taekwondo Union, praised the commitment and dedication of these aspiring referees, highlighting their crucial role in the growth of referee bodies and their contribution to the progress of Poomsae events in the region.Read More
The President of the Pan American Taekwondo Union, Juan Manuel López, successfully led a meeting with representatives from 35 countries of the region to discuss technical and administrative aspects of the upcoming Olympic qualifying event scheduled to take place in the Dominican Republic in April.Read More
In an exciting turn of events, the Pan American Taekwondo Union has announced the allocation of Wild Cards for the upcoming Pan American Taekwondo Championships in the kids, cadet, junior, and senior categories.Read More