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SAMSUN, Turkey (September 19, 2015) - Jamilla Chellat must be a proud woman. As a youngster in Morocco, she had seen taekwondo being practiced, but had been too poor to take it up herself.  Embittered, she vowed that, after...
SAMSUN, Turkey (September 20, 2015) - Great Britain and Russia won one gold medal each on the third and final day of the 2015 World Taekwondo Grand Prix Series 2 in Samsun, Turkey on September 20, 2015. In the finals...
SAMSUN, Turkey (September 17, 2015) - WTF President Chungwon Choue’s office in the federation’s Seoul is packed with souvenirs, gifts and treasures from world leaders and sports officials, ranging from congratulatory plaques to a West Point cavalry sabre to...
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SAMSUN, Turkey (September 17, 2015) - INAS - the International Sports Federation for Persons with Intellectual Disability - wants a stronger relationship with WTF para-taekwondo. This was the opinion delivered by INAS President Amaury Russo, who made a flying visit...
SAMSUN, Turkey (September 18, 2015) - Russia, the United States and Korea won one gold medal each on the opening day of the 2015 World Taekwondo Grand Prix Series 2 in Samsun, Turkey on September 18, 2015. A total of...
SAMSUN, Turkey (September 17, 2015) - He lost his first-ever fight in his first-ever taekwondo competition – suffering a broken hand into the bargain – but Solaimana Jack Mohammed Mohamod left the 6th World Para-Taekwondo Championships in Samsun, Turkey,...
SAMSUN, Turkey (September 17, 2015) - Imagine this. Imagine you, an eight-year old boy, are walking to school. You decide, for fun, to open an electricity power box. You are immediately floored with a massive electric shock – but...
SAMSUN, Turkey (September 17, 2015) - For “weekend warriors,” taekwondo is a hobby. For competitive players, it is a demanding sport. And for a precious few, it is an all-consuming passion. You may count GB’s Amy Truesdale among the latter. “I...

 

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