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Taekwondo - 26 Sep 2005
SEOUL (Sept. 23, 2005) – The World Taekwondo Federation announced the list of committee chairmen on Sept. 23, 2005.
Taekwondo - 06 Sep 2005
SEOUL (Sept. 5, 2005) – The 1st Korea Open International Taekwondo Championships kicked in Seoul on Sept. 5, 2005.
Taekwondo - 01 Sep 2005
BEIJING (Aug. 30, 2005) -- The World Taekwondo Federation held the second round of talks with the International Taekwondo Federation led by North Korean IOC member Ung Chang in Beijing, China, on Aug. 30, 2005, to discuss technical integration matters of the two Taekwondo bodies.
Taekwondo - 25 Aug 2005
SEOUL (Aug. 25, 2005) -- The World Taekwondo Federation will hold the second round of talks with the International Taekwondo Federation headed by North Korean IOC member Ung Chang in Beijing, China, on Aug. 30, 2005, to discuss technical integration matters of the two Taekwondo bodies.
Taekwondo - 09 Aug 2005
SEOUL (Aug. 9, 2005) – Chungwon Choue, president of the World Taekwondo Federation, left for Izmir, Turkey, today to attend the 23rd Universiade.
Taekwondo - 03 Aug 2005
BEIJING (July 29-31, 2005) – The World Taekwondo Federation held its workshop in Beijing from July 29 to 31, 2005, with all WTF executives and staffs attending.
Taekwondo - 28 Jul 2005
SEOUL (July 28, 2005) -- A Taekwondo training program jointly organized by the World Taekwondo Federation and local universities is gaining growing popularity among foreign students.
Taekwondo - 22 Jul 2005
SEOUL (July 20, 2005) – A series of landmark decisions were approved by the Executive Council of the World Taekwondo Federation at its meeting in Seoul, Korea, on July 20, 2005.
Taekwondo - 22 Jul 2005
SEOUL (July 22, 2005) -- As the fifth regional taekwondo body of the World Taekwondo Federation, the Oceania Taekwondo Union (OTU) was established on July 16, 2005, in Sydney, Australia.
Taekwondo - 19 Jul 2005
SEOUL (July 19, 2005) – A host city contract for SportAccord 2006 was signed in Seoul, Korea, on July 18, 2005.
Taekwondo - 15 Jul 2005
SEOUL (July 14, 2005) -- A signing ceremony for SportAccord 2006 will be held in Seoul, Korea, on July 18, 2005, which will be followed by a press conference.
Taekwondo - 08 Jul 2005
SINGAPORE (July 8, 2005) – Taekwondo has been retained in the Olympic Programme of the 2012 Olympic Games to be held in London, United Kingdom, at the 117th Session of the International Olympic Committee in Singapore.
Taekwondo - 08 Jul 2005
I am shocked to learn that terrorism has struck the city of London; just a day after the euphoria of receiving the mandate from the International Olympic Committee to host the 2012 Olympic Games.
Taekwondo - 04 Jul 2005
SEOUL (July 1, 2005) – As part of its continued efforts to further globalize Taekwondo, the World Taekwondo Federation has launched its first ever e-newsletter and revamped its Web site.
Taekwondo - 29 Jun 2005
BEIJING (June 28, 2005) – The World Taekwondo Federation and the International Taekwondo Federation have agreed in principle to establish a committee to discuss technical aspects of the two taekwondo bodies.
Taekwondo - 22 Jun 2005
SEOUL (June 22, 2005) --- The World Taekwondo Federation will meet in Beijing, China, on June 27 with the International Taekwondo Federation led by North Korean IOC member Ung Chang to seek common ground on technical aspects of the two global Taekwondo bodies.
Taekwondo - 15 Jun 2005
As part of its ongoing reform efforts, the World Taekwondo Federation will hold its first ad-hoc committee meeting on electronic protectors next month in Seoul.
Taekwondo - 06 Jun 2005
LAUSANNE, Switzerland (June 3, 2005) – Dr. Chungwon Choue, president of the World Taekwondo Federation (WTF), and Mr. Ung Chang, the North Korean member of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and president of the International Taekwondo Federation (ITF), met at the IOC headquarters here today to exchange opinions on how to develop taekwondo.
Taekwondo - 31 May 2005
Chungwon Choue, president of the World Taekwondo Federation, recently contributed US$125,000 to the Seoul-based WTF for Development and Solidarity programs.
Taekwondo - 19 May 2005
SEOUL (May 19) --- A taekwondo-related nonverbal performance will be staged at the National Theater of Korea in downtown Seoul on May 20, 2005.
Taekwondo - 12 May 2005
SEOUL (May 11, 2005) --- The World Taekwondo Federation conducted a major organizational change of its headquarters and personnel reshuffle today in an effort to enhance the efficiency and responsiveness of its headquarters administration.
Taekwondo - 22 Apr 2005
Seoul (April 21, 2005) – Korea will host the 2006 SportAccord in April at the COEX Convention Center in downtown Seoul.
Taekwondo - 21 Apr 2005
MADRID, Spain (April 17, 2005) – Korea won both men’s and women’s team titles at the 2005 WTF World Taekwondo Championships, which concluded its five-day run here today.
Taekwondo - 21 Apr 2005
MADRID, Spain (April 16, 2005) – Korea reaffirmed its supremacy in taekwondo as it clinched three gold medals and one bronze on the third day of the 2005 WTF World Taekwondo Championships here today.
Taekwondo - 21 Apr 2005
MADRID, Spain (April 16, 2005) – The World Taekwondo Federation is going all out to ensure fair refereeing and judging at taekwondo competitions.
Taekwondo - 21 Apr 2005
MADRID, Spain (April 15, 2005) – Korea clinched two gold medals and one silver medal on the third day of the 2005 WTF World Taekwondo Championships here today.
Taekwondo - 21 Apr 2005
MADRID, Spain (April 14, 2005) – Korea won two gold medals on the second day of  the 2005 WTF World Taekwondo Championships here today.  China and Brazil clinched one gold medal each.
Taekwondo - 21 Apr 2005
MADRID, Spain (April 14, 2005) – The World Taekwondo Federation said yesterday that it will present the first President Friendship Award to the best team of each regional union during the closing ceremonies of the 2005 WTF World Taekwondo Championships.
Taekwondo - 21 Apr 2005
MADRID, Spain (April 13, 2005)– Iran and Mexico won a gold medal each on the opening day of the 17th WTF World Taekwondo Championships held here today.
Taekwondo - 21 Apr 2005
MADRID, Spain (April 12, 2005) – The World Taekwondo Federation elected a new leadership here today that will  carry out its ongoing reform programs over the next four years.
Taekwondo - 11 Mar 2005
LAUSANNE, Switzerland (March 10, 2005) – The World Taekwondo Federation signed a global partnership agreement with Samsung Electronics Co. here today.
Taekwondo - 11 Mar 2005
LAUSANNE, Switzerland (March 10, 2005) – The Executive Council of the World Taekwondo Federation approved in principle a series of policy recommendations developed by the Reform Committee at the IOC Headquarters here today, that could form the foundation for a major overhaul of the WTF.
Taekwondo - 02 Mar 2005
BANGKOK (Jan. 27) -- A reform committee organized by the World Taekwondo Federation capped off a three-month-long effort here today, issuing its final recommendations aimed at making the sport more exciting and appealing to global audiences and at revamping the sport’s world governing body.
Taekwondo - 13 Dec 2004
SEOUL (Dec. 13) ---- The Reform Committee of the World Taekwondo Federation wrapped up its first meeting here Saturday.
Taekwondo - 13 Dec 2004
SEOUL (Dec. 13) ---- The Reform Committee of the World Taekwondo Federation wrapped up its first meeting here Saturday.
Taekwondo - 01 Dec 2004
SEOUL (Nov. 30) ---- The World Taekwondo Federation today launched a Reform Committee that is charged with thoroughly reviewing Taekwondo and its world governing body, and proposing recommendations to make Taekwondo more action-packed and transform the WTF into a more global and professional organization.
Taekwondo - 18 Feb 2004
SunJae Park, president of the Italian Taekwondo Federation, was unanimously elected Acting President of the World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) in a meeting of the WTF Executive Council held at the conference room of the Radisson Hotel in Bangkok, Thailand, on Feb. 15, 2004. Out of 31, 28 members attended the meeting.
Taekwondo - 29 Sep 2003
The World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) has designated the city of Madrid to host the next Absolute World Championships of this martial art, which will take place in the capital of Spain in 2005. The championships will be celebrated in the remodelled Sports Palace of Madrid and will assemble over 1.500 athletes of about 180 countries. Spain, second world power in this modality, only surpassed by South Korea, will have the opportunity to defend its condition of great favourite wrapped up by the publ
Taekwondo - 23 May 2002
TAEKWONDO HAS been given a massive boost in its bid for success on the world stage and increased popularity at home, becoming the latest sport to benefit from UK Sport’s World Class Performance Programme.
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