Taekwondo

The modern form of Taekwondo wasn’t agreed until 1955, but the sport has its roots in various Korean forms of martial arts stretching back more than 2,000 years. ‘Taekwondo’ translates into English as “the art of the foot and the fist" – an accurate description of the way it is played. Powerful kicks and punches are literally the name of the game.

LIST OF EVENTS

Men
  1. -58kg
  2. -63kg
  3. -68kg
  4. -74kg
  5. -80kg
  6. -87kg
  7. +87kg
  8. -54kg
  9. 54 - 58kg
  10. 58 - 62kg
  11. 62 - 67kg
  12. 67 - 72kg
  13. 72 - 78kg
  14. 78 - 84kg
  15. +84kg
  16. Individual Poomsae
  17. Team Poomsae
  18. +80kg
  19. 58 - 68kg
  20. 68 - 80kg
  21. -50kg
  22. 50 - 54kg
  23. 58 - 64kg
  24. 64 - 70kg
  25. 70 - 76kg
  26. 76 - 83kg
  27. +83kg
  28. 54kg
  29. 58kg
  30. 62kg
  31. 67kg
  32. 72kg
  33. 78kg
  34. 84kg
  35. -53kg
  36. -62kg
  37. 58-63 kg
  38. 63-68 kg
  39. 68-74 kg
  40. 80-87 kg
Women
  1. -46kg
  2. -49kg
  3. -53kg
  4. -57kg
  5. -62kg
  6. -67kg
  7. -73kg
  8. +73kg
  9. -47kg
  10. 47 - 51kg
  11. 51 - 55kg
  12. 55 - 59kg
  13. 59 - 63kg
  14. 63 - 67kg
  15. 67 - 72kg
  16. +72kg
  17. Individual Poomsae
  18. Team Poomsae
  19. +67kg 
  20. 49 - 57kg
  21. 57 - 67kg
  22. -43kg
  23. 55 - 60kg
  24. 65 - 70kg
  25. 43 - 47kg
  26. 60 - 65kg
  27. +70kg
  28. 47kg
  29. 51kg
  30. 55kg
  31. 59kg
  32. 63kg
  33. 67kg
  34. 72kg
  35. -55kg
  36. 46-49kg
  37. 53-57kg
  38. 57-62kg
  39. 62-67kg
  40. 49-53kg
Mixed
  1. Pair - One man + One woman
  2. Mix Pair