Traditional taekwondo powerhouse Korea collected three gold medals at the Singapore Youth Olympic Games while China grabbed gold in the men's and women's heavyweight divisions.
Asian countries have been traditional powerhouses in taekwondo as they boast comprehensive development systems that mould the bright stars of today into the champions of tomorrow.
Four Australian sports stars were today announced by the International Olympic Committee as part of a long list of Singapore 2010 Athlete Role Models (ARMs) for the inaugural Youth Olympic Games.
The AOC has secured funding from the Australian Sports Commission for Australian athletes to compete in the 2009 WTF World Championships
A contingent of Australian Taekwondo athletes competed against the best of the best at the 2007 World Championships in Beijing last month.
A contingent of sixteen Australian Taekwondo athletes are nervously awaiting the 2007 World Championships to be held in Beijing
A contingent of sixteen Australian taekwondo athletes are nervously anticipating the 2007 World Championships to be held in Beijing in May 2007.
Following taekwondo's 2007 World Championship Selection Trials held in Sydney last weekend eight female and
The last day of gruelling competition yielded some pleasing results for the Aussies with top honours going to Great Britain and Chinese Taipei in the finals.
It was an electrifying competition day for the Taekwondo under 63kg division with the Aussies fighting back to secure first place in the medal tally.Despite a shaky start for the squad this morning, the Australians won every bronze medal category bar one, when young battler Gylan al Atrushi lost to Chinese athlete Weiji Dan