One discipline of taekwondo is Kyorugi, known as sparring. It is a free-form fight between two people subject to strict rules to avoid injuries and to ensure a fair competition. The contestants wear a body armor (trunk and head protector) fitted with electronic sensors that register kicks and punches if applied with sufficient force.


     Taekwondo patterns (Poomsae in Korean or Kata for martial arts like Karate) are a sequence of Taekwondo techniques linked together into a pattern of moves. Patterns are often used for basic training purposes in Taekwondo to refine techniques and movements and are designed to build and consolidate your skills.


     Para taekwondo is an adaptation of taekwondo for disabled sportspeople. The sport’s main governing body is World Taekwondo (WT). New disciplines such as kyorugi and poomsae, both martial arts forms, have been developed for para-athletes. On January 31, 2017, Para Taekwondo was confirmed as a sport for the 2020 Tokyo Paralympic Games at the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) General Assembly the same year the WT became a full member of the IPC.

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