Taekwondo athletes officially selected for Paris

21 May 2024

Australian Taekwondo and the Combat Institute of Australia welcome today's announcement of the athletes selected for Australia’s Olympic Team for the Paris Olympic Games. Stacey Hymer, Bailey Lewis, and Leon Sejranovic, will represent their country after Australian Olympic Team Chef de Mission Anna Meares announced the trio's official selection today in Melbourne.

Taekwondo athletes officially selected for Paris

21 May 2024

Australian Taekwondo and the Combat Institute of Australia welcome today's announcement of the athletes selected for Australia’s Olympic Team for the Paris Olympic Games. Stacey Hymer, Bailey Lewis, and Leon Sejranovic, will represent their country after Australian Olympic Team Chef de Mission Anna Meares announced the trio's official selection today in Melbourne.

21 May 2024
Taekwondo athletes officially selected for Paris

Australian Taekwondo and the Combat Institute of Australia welcome today's announcement of the athletes selected for Australia’s Olympic Team for the Paris Olympic Games. Stacey Hymer, Bailey Lewis, and Leon Sejranovic, will represent their country after Australian Olympic Team Chef de Mission Anna Meares announced the trio's official selection today in Melbourne.

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10 May 2024
Ali Rahimi achieves lifelong Olympic referee goal

Becoming an Olympic referee in Taekwondo is no easy feat. For Ali Rahimi, Chief Instructor of World Taekwondo Centre in Victoria’s southeast – who has been selected as an International Kyorugi Referee for the Paris 2024 Paralympic Games – the journey began in 2004 when he completed his first international refereeing course.

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2 May 2024
Hedland Taekwondo: A regional club going places in the west

Located 16 hours from Perth, Hedland Taekwondo Club is a leading regional club in Western Australia. And its meteoric rise from humble beginnings has been no accident.

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30 April 2024
Australian Taekwondo welcomes new Chief Executive Officer

Australian Taekwondo is pleased to welcome Josh O'Brien to the role of Chief Executive Officer.

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Taekwondo athletes officially selected for Paris
21 May 2024

Australian Taekwondo and the Combat Institute of Australia welcome today's announcement of the athletes selected for Australia’s Olympic Team for the Paris Olympic Games. Stacey Hymer, Bailey Lewis, and Leon Sejranovic, will represent their country after Australian Olympic Team Chef de Mission Anna Meares announced the trio's official selection today in Melbourne.

Ali Rahimi achieves lifelong Olympic referee goal
10 May 2024

Becoming an Olympic referee in Taekwondo is no easy feat. For Ali Rahimi, Chief Instructor of World Taekwondo Centre in Victoria’s southeast – who has been selected as an International Kyorugi Referee for the Paris 2024 Paralympic Games – the journey began in 2004 when he completed his first international refereeing course.

Hedland Taekwondo: A regional club going places in the west
2 May 2024

Located 16 hours from Perth, Hedland Taekwondo Club is a leading regional club in Western Australia. And its meteoric rise from humble beginnings has been no accident.

Australian Taekwondo welcomes new Chief Executive Officer
30 April 2024

Australian Taekwondo is pleased to welcome Josh O'Brien to the role of Chief Executive Officer.

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