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WTF Nepal Project 2016

WTF Mission Vows to ‘Do Good for Nepalese People’

WTF President Choue and WTF Continental Union presidents, along with a 15-member WTF Demonstration Team, arrived in Nepal on Jan. 29 for a week-long reconnaissance visit for the WTF Taekwondo Humanitarian Foundation (THF) pilot project and the WTF’s Nepal earthquake relief program.

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WTF Leaders Welcomed by Nepalese Prime Minster during Aid Reconnaissance Mission

Prime Minister Khadga Prasad Sharma Oli thanked the delegation for their visit, noting that Nepal is moving forward on the sports front, with recent international success in cricket. Having seen taekwondo at the Asian Games in Incheon, Korea in 2014, it was, Oli noted, “very excellent.”

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Rock ‘n Roll Banker Donates Profits, Song to THF

WTF Treasurer John Walker Launches New Album ‘Rain Dreaming’ At a launch event in Seoul, a prominent investment banking executive previewed his second music album and announced that profits from the work would be donated to the Taekwondo Humanitarian Foundation.

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World Taekwondo Federation to Allow Refugee Athletes to Compete at Rio 2016

WTF to Allow Refugee Athletes to Compete at Rio 2016

The World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) announced today that it is in the process of amending its rules to give refugee athletes a chance to compete at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games as part of its commitment to ensuring that taekwondo is accessible to all.

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