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I Made a Thing

We have a new instructor at taekwondo. It’s been a little traumatic losing the only instructor we’ve ever had because he’s just amazing and seen four of us to first degree black belt and one to second degree black belt. 541 more words

Cameron

The World Taekwondo Federation Has Changed It's Name So It Doesn't Have To Deal With All Those 'WTF' Jokes

The World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) has changed its name to World Taekwondo because of the “negative connotations” associated with its initials.

The organisation had used the previous name since it was established in 1973.

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Paige McPherson Takes The Silver At Muju Championships

June 27, 2017- BREAKING NEWS- Two-time Olympian Paige McPherson (Sturgis, S.D.) won the silver medal in the women’s -67-kilogram division Tuesday as the World Taekwondo Championships reached its fourth day of competition in Muju, Korea. 54 more words

Taekwondo News

2017 World Taekwondo Championships Updates

Update 11:51

At midnight CST Ara White from Team USA will fight in ring 4
Update 8:13

  • USA fighter Jackie Galloway earns Silver while Bianca Walkden won Gold.
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Taekwondo

1 Month FREE Tuition

Come see us at our Grand Opening on July 8th, 2017 at 11102 25th Ave E, Building C Suite D, Tacoma Wa 98445 and enter for your chance to win one month of free tuition, it’s that easy. 32 more words

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World Taekwondo Federation drops acronym due to 'negative connotations'

The World Taekwondo Federation dropped its “WTF” acronym due to “negative connotations” and changed its logo and its name to World Taekwondo.

“In the digital age, the acronym of our federation has developed negative connotations unrelated to our organization,” World Taekwondo President… 105 more words

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My Uncle Damodaran

Trips back home are always a chance to catch up with the rest of the family, whether you like it or not. After a couple of months of hard work, there may be nothing you would want more on a visit home than to curl up in front of the TV, with a copy of Balabhoomi in your hands. 995 more words