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  1. Family Power: The True Story of How "The First Family of Taekwondo" Made Olympic History by Mark Lopez, Steven Lopez, et all 2009-11-03
  2. Olympic Taekwondo - History, Concept & Techniques (VHS)
  3. Dutch Taekwondo Practitioners: Olympic Taekwondo Practitioners of the Netherlands, Bas Rutten, Rodney Glunder, Dennis Bekkers

61. Road To Olympics
history of taekwondo (Road to olympics). On September 4, 1994 in Paris, the 103rdSession of the IOC adopted taekwondo as an official olympic sport for the

History of Taekwondo
(Road to Olympics)
Introduction Ancient Beginnings Korean Geography Ancient Korea ... International Groups [ Road to Olympics ] Tradition versus Sport TKD in the U.S. Taekwondo Today History References In 1974, instructors in the United States, such as Ken Min Dong Ja Yang Mu Yong Lee , and others, worked for and attained the admission of Taekwondo into the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU). The newly established WTF technical standards were adopted by the AAU Taekwondo group. On October 5, 1975, Taekwondo became an affiliate of the General Association of International Sports Federation (GAISF), an association of all international sports, both Olympic and non-Olympic, with direct ties to the International Olympic Committee (IOC). On April 9, 1976, the Conseil International du Sport Militaire (CISM) adopted Taekwondo as an official sport event. In 1979, the WTF President, Kim Un Yong , was elected chairperson of the World Federation of Non-Olympic Sports. Under the auspices of GAISF, Taekwondo was introduced to the IOC as a sport. On July 17, 1980, the WTF was granted recognition by the IOC at its 83rd General Session during the Moscow Olympics. On July 24, 1981, Taekwondo was one of the primary events in the World Games (non-Olympic events) held in Santa Clara, California. On November 28, 1981, the United States AAU Taekwondo group changed its name to the National AAU Taekwondo Union of the Unites States. On February 5, 1982, Taekwondo was adopted as a demonstration sport for the 1988 Seoul Olympic Games at the IOC Executive Board Meeting. The crowning achievement of Taekwondo as a sport came at the General Session of the IOC held in Berlin in May 1982 when Taekwondo was designated an official demonstration sport for the 1988 Olympic Games in Seoul, Korea, and for the 25th Barcelona, Spain, Olympics, in 1992.

62. 1984 - An Except From The History Of The USTU
An Edited Excerpt From the history of the USTU by from its new headquarters at theUS olympic Complex in himself a blackbelt level taekwondo practitioner, was
1984 - An Except from the History of the USTU by Master Steven E. Silz Nineteen Eighty-Four An Edited Excerpt From the History of the USTU by Master Steven E. Silz The busy footsteps of Dr. Dong Yang may not have been an easy act to follow, but Grandmaster Moo Yong Lee, of E. Hartford, Connecticut, gave every appearance of being undaunted by the prospect. After winning the November 1984 election, Mr. Lee ascended to the position of USTU President in January 1985. While a story unto itself, here's a brief summary of the birth of the first OTC. The 1964 summer Olympics were held in Mexico City where (in addition to the horrid air pollution) the air is thinned by the City's extreme altitude above sea level. At one mile of elevation there is approximately 20% less oxygen available which causes engines to loose power and athletes to become exhausted much more quickly. The "thin-air" of Mexico City bore a lot of the blame for the disappointing performance by America's '64 Olympic squad who had not recognized the need to prepare at high altitude. After the Games of '64, the USOC resolved to find a high-altitude training site. Indeed, the six-thousand-some-odd foot elevation of Colorado Springs was one of the primary considerations when the USOC was first searching for a training center locale. Indeed, twenty years after the first elite athletes ran their first warm-up laps around the OTC those of taekwondo ran theirs. 1984 marked the official beginning of one of the most important athlete-development activities ever participated in by the USTU, The Permanent Resident Athlete Program. This USOC supported program provides room and board at the Olympic Training Center (OTC) for individuals who reach the "Elite" level in their sport, defined by the minimum achievement of a bronze medal at their US National Championships. Athletes admitted to this program live full-time at the OTC where their days and nights are dedicated to eating, sleeping, and training activities in the singular pursuit of international gold medals.

63. Taekwondo
International olympic Committee. United States olympic Committee. World Moo Do Federation.World taekwondo Association (Duk Sung Son). history and Regulations.
Tae Kwon Do
This page of the Virtual Library: Martial Arts section deals with the Korean martial art of Taekwondo (Tae Kwon Do, Taekwon-do). It is divided into the following sections: Taekwondo Sites Associations History and Regulations Collegiate Taekwondo Clubs
Taekwondo Sites
Attleboro Taekwondo Big Sky Teakwondo (Seattle, WA) Bristol Taekwondo School (Britain) California Institute of Martial Arts Cloud Forest Association Delfs' Taekwon-Do Elayne's Martial Arts Page ... Sites des Clubs Fans Taekwondo - Ile de France (in French) Tae Kwon Do en France Taekwondo for the Universal Brotherhood Taekwondo at University of Virginia Large site with excellent references and links. TKD Forms Resource Page Traditional Taekwondo Universal Tae Kwon Do Brotherhood University of Maryland TKD ... West Raleigh Tae Kwon Do Academy
American Chung Do Kwon British United Taekwon-Do Federation British Taekwondo Alliance Global TaeKwon-do Federation ... GTF - Global TaeKwondo Network (Unofficial) GTF - Norweigan Headquarter (Official page) International TaeKwon-Do Assocation International Taekwon-Do Federation International Taekwondo Foundation of New Zealand Jamaica Tae Kwon Do Association ... The Malta Tae Kwon Do Federation Official Site Olympic

64. Overview & History [I*EXPO '96]
In the end, in 1994, the International olympic Committee admitted the Taekwondoas an official event of the 2000 Sydney olympic Games, Australia.
Taekwondo is the name of the martial art turned modern international sport which has been independently developed over about 20 centuries in Korea. The main feature of Taekwondo is that it is a free-fighting combat sport using bare hands and feet to repel an opponent.
Taekwondo no more the sport of an eastern small country, Korea, has become one of the world's most prominent sports participated in by some 40 million people in more than 142 countries. The Taekwondo World Championships and Taekwondo Asian Championships have been held ten times to date. Taekwondo was a demonstration sport of the 1988 Olympics held in Seoul, Korea and the 1992 Barcelona Olympics, Spain. In the end, in 1994, the International Olympic Committee admitted the Taekwondo as an official event of the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games, Australia. As a result, Taekwondo is poised to take another leap in its advance towards new dimensions.

65. Sydney Olympics: Olympics Archives From September 28
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  • 66. The Beginning  Korean Martial Arts Can Be Traced Back To The Koguryo Dynasty
    history shows that this was the first occurance of martial a Group A member of theUS olympic Committee is the national governing body for taekwondo, as well
    The Beginning
    Martial arts maintained its popularity in Korea through to the Koryo dynasty (935-1392). During this dynasty the practiced martial arts were referred to as Subak (in more modern times this is still referred to as Soo Bak Do) and they were practiced by the military as a skill to improve health, as a sports activity and as a martial art. History shows that this was the first occurance of martial arts contests being held for spectator appreciation.
    During the Yi dynasty (1392-1907), the rulers held scholarship and learning in high esteem and military related pursuits fell into disrepute. As a result, martial arts known as Subak and TaeKyon became popular with the general population. There was even a book published to teach the martial art and the sport.
    The 20th Century
    In 1909, during the Japanese occupation of Korea which lasted 36 years until 1945, the Resident General banned the practice of martial arts. The martial arts continued to be practiced secretly and were passed on, by forms, from father to son. Also, many patriotic young men visited China or Japan to study martial arts becoming the first to blend Korean martial arts with other Asian styles. Back in Korea the popular art called TaeKyon was secretly being kept alive.
    The end of World War II saw thousands of post occupation Korean immigrants, filled with patriotism and national pride, return home from other parts of the Orient. As part of the national movement to restore Korean traditions, the martial arts were revived and many experts established schools. Thus were born the Kwans (schools) of Korean martial arts.

    67. Sacramento Taekwondo Club's Children's History Resources
    history Start Page Adult's Page In 2000 at the olympics in Syndney, Austrailia,taekwondo became a fully recognized olympic sport.
    Taekwondo History Facts
    History Start Page Adult's Page You can see the answers to the questions by placing your cursor over the word Answer. 1. Taekwondo is the Art of Kicking and Punching Tae means to kick. Kwon means to strike with the hand. Do means the art. Taekwondo is known as a kicking art.
    What is Taekwondo? Answer
    2. Taekwondo goes back to B.C.
    How far back in time does Taekwondo go? Answer
    3. Ancient Korea had 3 kingdoms: The Silly Silla founded in 57 B.C., the cool Koguryo founded in 37 B.C., and the bashful Baekche founded in 18 B.C.
    Name the 3 ancient Korean kingdoms. Answer
    4. This map shows the 3 ancient kingdoms of Korea.
    Which kingdom was largest? Answer
    Which kingdom was smallest? Answer
    5. Earliest form of Taekwondo was called Taekkyon
    What was the earliest form of Taekwondo called? Answer 6. Pictures of men were drawn in ceiling paintings inside a royal tomb called the Muyong-Chong in the Koguryo dynasty. These painting showed knife hand, fist and fighting stances. Taekkyon started in the Koguryo kingom. In what kingdom did Taekkyon start?

    68. Sacramento Taekwondo Club's Adult History Resources
    Educated in history, Confucian philosophy, ethics, Buddhist morality In 1988 Taekwondowas an official demonstration sport for the 1988 olympic games in
    Taekwondo History Facts
    History Start Page Child's Page
    • Taekwondo (Tae-Kwon-Do). The art of kicking and punching. Tae = Kick. Kwon = to strike with the hand. Do = The art. Taekwondo is known as a kicking martial art. Earliest record of Taekwondo dates back to 50 BC. Ancient Korea divided into three kingdoms: Silla (Sil-La)-founded 57 BC, Koguryo (Ko-Gore-Yo)-founded 37 BC, Baekche (Bak-Chay) -founded 18 BC. Map showing where each kingdom is on the Korean peninsula. (See bottom of page for maps of ancient and modern Korea) Taekkyon (Taek-Kyon)is the earliest known form of Taekwondo. Evidence of Taekkyon found on Muyong-Chong (M-Young-Chong) ceiling - a royal tomb from Koguryo dynasty. Pictures there of men showing knife hand, fist and classical fighting stances. Taekkyon started in the Koguryo kingdom (Koguryo Dynasty - 37 BC to 668 AD). Silla kingdom constantly attacked by Japanese pirates. Silla kingdom asked for help from Koguryo. King Gwanggaeto, (G-Wan-Gay-A-Toe) 19th Koguryo king, sent 50,000 soldiers in 400 AD to help the Silla. Believed that Taekkyon was introduced to the Silla warrior class in secret by the Koguryo at that time. Taekkyon spread and grew under Silla's warrior class - the Hwarang (Wa-Rang). Their society was called the Hwarang-Do. "The Way of Flowering Manhood."

    69. Michael Pam's U.S. TaeKwonDo :: History Of TaeKwonDo
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    Literally translated, Tae Kwon Do means "the art of kicking and punching." Tae means "to kick" or "to strike with the foot", Kwon means "to punch" or "to strike with the fist", and Do means "art" or "way of life", creative rather than destructive in ones life. Tae Kwon Do is a very effective means of self defense and a great cardiovascular workout for in Tae Kwon Do the legs and its very powerful kicking techniques sets it apart from all other martial arts. However, Tae Kwon Do is more than a physical art but also a philosophical art and a state of mind. Over 2,000 years ago, Tae Kwon Do's earliest records first appeared in the Koguryo kingdom as mural paintings back in about 50 B.C. on the ceilings of the Muyongchong, a royal tomb. These paintings show various unarmed techniques similar to modern day Tae Kwon Do. At the time, Korea was divided into three kingdoms: Silla, which was founded on the Kyongju plain in 57 B.C.; Koguryo, founded in the Yalu River Valley in 37 B.C.; and Paekche, founded in the southwestern area of the Korean peninsula in 18 B.C. In the capital of Silla, Kyongju, carved in the tower wall are two giants facing each other in Tae Kwon Do stances. This indicates that Tae Kwon Do was practiced before these tombs were built in the years A.D. 3 and A.D. 427. The earliest known form of Tae Kwon Do was known as Taek Kyon.

    70. History Of Taekwondo
    history of taekwondo. Havana, Cuba. 1992 taekwondo is an olympic demonstrationsport in Barcelona, Spain. 1994 - taekwondo
    History of Taekwondo
    The origin of Taekwondo traces back to the three kingdoms of Koguryo (37 BC-668 AD), Paekche (18 BC-600 AD), and Silla (57 BC-936 AD). Archaeological findings (mural paintings on the royal tombs of the Koguryo dynasty, the stone sculptures of pagadas of temples of the Silla period, and documents written in the Paekche dynasty) showed fighting stances, skills, and formalized movements similar to today's Tae Kwon Do styles and forms.
    The modern period of Taekwondo began with the liberation of Korea in 1945 after World War II. Korea wanted to eliminate Japanese influences (in martial arts) and began to unite the various martial arts schools (Kwans) and styles into a single style and national sport. In 1965, the name Tae Kwon Do was chosen to represent this unified style of Korean martial arts. Chronological Achievements of Tae Kwon Do
    • 1972 - Construction of Kukkiwon was completed. 1973 - World Taekwondo Federation created.

    71. History Of Taekwondo
    history of Tae Kwon Do. taekwondo is the most practiced martial art in the world andwas introduced as an olympic Sport in the 1988 olympic Games held in of Taekwondo.htm
    History of Tae Kwon Do Tae Kwon Do (the way of the fist and foot) is an advanced systems of martial arts known for its aggressive linear attacks and its refined elaborate kicking techniques. Taekwondo is the most practiced martial art in the world and was introduced as an Olympic Sport in the 1988 Olympic Games held in Seoul, South Korea. What is known as Taekwondo today, has gone through a long process of evolution since its inception at the end of World War II. In post war Korea, with brutal Japanese occupation lifted, Korea went through a period of cultural revitalization. During this process, the martial arts, which were banned by the occupying forces, found a new resurgence. The Korean people, who swore never to be over powered again embraced the proliferation of the martial arts through out the nation. From this, came the birth of the modern Korean Martial arts. A great contribution for the development of the modern Taekwondo was General Choi Hong Hi. He was born on 9 November 1918. As a child Choi was a weak and delicate boy. He began studying calligraphy. His teacher Han Il Dong noticed the bad health of his young student and started training him in Taek Kyon as well. Then Choi studied in Japan where he attained the rank of 2nd degree black belt in Karate. After the end of the Second World War he came back to his liberated country. There he joined the army of the new Republic of Korea. As a company commander he trained his soldiers in a fighting system combining the techniques of Karate hand hits with Taek Kyon kicks. In those days there were many different martial schools with great masters. Choi Hong Hi worked hard on his mastery perfection and organized his own school.

    72. History
    evolving, it is now an official full medal sport of the summer olympic games. Thefollowing is a list of some of the milestones in recent taekwondo history
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    History A BRIEF HISTORY Tae means "to strike with the feet;" Kwon means to "destroy with the hand or fist;" and Do means "Way" or "Method." So, translated, Taekwondo is the "Art of Kicking and Punching." The origin of Taekwondo was developed over 2000 years ago and was first known as Soo Bak or " punching and butting ". Over the centuries its name has changed to include Kwon Bop and then Tae Kyon . Other later various names include Kong Soo (empty hand), Tang Soo (Tang hand), Hwarang Do , and Tae Kyun (kicking, punching). The name Taekwondo was eventually chosen in 1955. Tae Kyon grew, evolved and was popular during the Silla dynasty (57 B.C). This martial art form was taught to the Hwarang or "flowering youth", a group of young nobility who were ‘selected by the kingdom through contests’ and trained to become the very structural support of the kingdom. The Hwarangdo (way of the flowering youth) was a system of education and military training. It combined philosophy, physical training, and civic duty with concepts of morality, empathy, and loyalty. The Hwarang were bound to a code of honor ‘based on loyalty to the nation, respect and obedience to one’s parents, faithfulness to one’s friends, courage in battle, and avoidance of unnecessary violence’, all of which are still emphasized in modern taekwondo training. The Koguryo dynasty (37 B.C.) also had an elite group of warrior corps called

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    74. History
    history of taekwondo. The earliest records of but unfortunately, thesefailed. In the year 2000 WTF taekwondo goes olympic.

    History of Taekwondo
    The earliest records of Martial Arts in Korea practice date back to about 50 B.C. It was then know as ' Taek Kyon '. Evidence that Martial Arts were being practised at that time can be found in tombs where wall-paintings show two men in fighting-stance. Others reject this evidence and say that these men could be dancing as well. At that time there were three kingdoms:
  • Koguryo (37 B.C. - 668 A.D.) Paekje (18 B.C. - 600 A.D.) Silla (57 B.C. - 936 A.D.)
  • Silla unified the kingdoms after winning the war against Paekje in 668 A.D. and Koguryo in 670 A.D. The Hwa Rang Do played an important role at this unification. The Hwa Rang Do was an elite group of young noble men, devoted to cultivating mind and body and serve the kingdom Silla. The best translation for HwaRang is "flowering youth" (Hwa ="flower", Rang="young man"). The HwaRang Do had an honor-code and practised various forms of martial arts, including Taekyon and Soo Bakh Do. The honor-code of the HwaRang is the philosophical background of modern TaeKwonDo. What followed was a time of peace and the HwaRang turned from a military organization to a group specialized in poetry and music. It was in 936 A.D. when Wang Kon founded the Koryo dynasty, an abbreviation of Koguryo. The name Korea is derived from the name Koryo.

    75. Kukkiwon
    ( Photo Teakkyon explained in the Koryo history book). The WTF became an IOCrecognizedsports federation in 1980, making taekwondo an olympic sport.

    76. ASU Olympic Tae Kwon Do
    P. history of taekwondo taekwondo is not only the most popularform of martial arts, but also one of the oldest. The origin of

    77. Olympic Games Books
    Skating for Gold (American Sports history Series, No. 5) David H. Lewis Hardcover/ Published 1997. Scientific Coaching for olympic taekwondo Willy Pieter
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    78. History Of Taekwondo - Yong Kim's Tae Kwon Do - Albuquerque New Mexico
    Gold Medal). You don't have to be an olympic althlete to enjoy themany benefits of taekwondo. It trains both body and mind. It
    TaeKwonDo , an ancient Korean Martial Art, is the fastest growing Martial Art in the world.
    We know that TaeKwonDo existed as far back as 50 BC, more than 2000 years ago. In these ancient times only warriors were allowed to use it. You may wonder how we know that TaeKwonDo existed so long ago. The reason is because archaeologists found pictures of people practicing TaeKwonDo on the ceiling of an ancient royal tomb in Korea called the Muyong-Chong.
    Today, TaeKwonDo is the national sport of Korea. As with all martial arts, TaeKwonDo teaches punching, blocking and kicking techniques, but TaeKwonDo is unique in its emphasis on accuracy and power. It was a demonstration sport in the 1988 Olympics in Seoul, Korea, and an official event in the 2000 Olympic Games (Steven Lopez, from Texas, brought home a Gold Medal).
    You don't have to be an Olympic althlete to enjoy the many benefits of TaeKwonDo. It trains both body and mind. It is a sport for everyone - men, women, and children. It is a wonderful way to gain self-confidence and strength.

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    80. History Of Tae Kwon Do
    history of taekwondo. July 17, 1980 The World taekwondo Federation was grantedrecognition by the International olympic Committee (IOC) at its 83rd
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    Tae Kwon Do is a martial art independently developed over 20 centuries ago in Korea. Over the many years it has become a popular international sport. The main feature of Tae Kwon Do is that it is a free-fighting combat sport using the bare hands and feet to repel the opponent.
    Today Tae Kwon Do is the most recognized Korean Martial Art. Tae Kwon Do first came to be recognized as a system of self-defense in the 1950's when a group of leading Korean martial artists came together and unified their various art forms under a single style of hand and feet fighting. They named their style Tae Kwon Do, and in the last 30 years have developed it into one of the most effective styles of unarmed self-defense in the world today. The popularity for Tae Kwon Do is not only here in the U.S, but internationally as well. Its evolution and development as an international amateur sport have grown quickly.

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