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The Sport of Taekwondo

Beginning with the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, Taekwondo was brought into the spotlight of the international stage as athletes from around the world competed for Olympic gold. Athletes compete in three two-minute rounds within an 8m x 8m ring. Athletes wear the Dobok, the traditional white uniform, with protective equipment that is coloured for easy differentiation. Scoring in Taekwondo is awarded by landing different kicks and punches on the opponent’s torso or head. Points are awarded as follows:

1 Point  Punch to the torso 2 Points  Kick to the torso 3 Points  Kick to the head 4 Points  Spinning kick to the torso 5 Points  Spinning kick to the head

TAEKWONDO CANADA

The Canadian Olympic Committee and the Canadian Paralympic Committee recognize Taekwondo Canada as the National Sport Organization governing the sport of Taekwondo in Canada. As a National Sport Organization, Taekwondo Canada is responsible for organizing and conducting national and international events in the sport of Taekwondo.

TAEKWONDO CANADA’S VISION

Continue to be a leading nation in the sport by providing leadership and opportunities to enable its participants to achieve their goals.

TAEKWONDO CANADA’S MISSION

By ensuring good governance and offering resources we will excel at all levels of Taekwondo while building champions for life and achieving international success.

TAEKWONDO CANADAS Values

TransparencyRespectUnifiedSafe SportThoughtfulness

 

Taekwondo Canada’s New Strategic Plan

View Taekwondo Canada’s 2021-2024 Strategic Plan

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