European Taekwondo Union

ETU
The European Taekwondo Union (ETU) is the official governing body for all Taekwondo matters in Europe as a regional organisation of World Taekwondo.wikipedia
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World Taekwondo

World Taekwondo FederationWTFPan American Taekwondo Union
The European Taekwondo Union (ETU) is the official governing body for all Taekwondo matters in Europe as a regional organisation of World Taekwondo.

Taekwondo

Tae Kwon DoTaekwon-DoTaekwando
The European Taekwondo Union (ETU) is the official governing body for all Taekwondo matters in Europe as a regional organisation of World Taekwondo.

Europe

EuropeanEUEuropean continent
The European Taekwondo Union (ETU) is the official governing body for all Taekwondo matters in Europe as a regional organisation of World Taekwondo.

Spain

SpanishESPKingdom of Spain
The first participating countries in the ETU were Spain, Belgium, Austria, Portugal, Germany, Italy, France, Netherlands, Turkey, Greece, Denmark and the UK.

Belgium

BelgianBELKingdom of Belgium
The first participating countries in the ETU were Spain, Belgium, Austria, Portugal, Germany, Italy, France, Netherlands, Turkey, Greece, Denmark and the UK.

Austria

AUTAustrianRepublic of Austria
The first participating countries in the ETU were Spain, Belgium, Austria, Portugal, Germany, Italy, France, Netherlands, Turkey, Greece, Denmark and the UK.

Portugal

PortuguesePortuguese RepublicPOR
The first participating countries in the ETU were Spain, Belgium, Austria, Portugal, Germany, Italy, France, Netherlands, Turkey, Greece, Denmark and the UK.

Germany

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The first participating countries in the ETU were Spain, Belgium, Austria, Portugal, Germany, Italy, France, Netherlands, Turkey, Greece, Denmark and the UK.

Italy

ItalianITAItalia
The first participating countries in the ETU were Spain, Belgium, Austria, Portugal, Germany, Italy, France, Netherlands, Turkey, Greece, Denmark and the UK.

France

FrenchFRAFrench Republic
The first participating countries in the ETU were Spain, Belgium, Austria, Portugal, Germany, Italy, France, Netherlands, Turkey, Greece, Denmark and the UK.

Netherlands

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The first participating countries in the ETU were Spain, Belgium, Austria, Portugal, Germany, Italy, France, Netherlands, Turkey, Greece, Denmark and the UK.

Turkey

TurkishRepublic of TurkeyTUR
The first participating countries in the ETU were Spain, Belgium, Austria, Portugal, Germany, Italy, France, Netherlands, Turkey, Greece, Denmark and the UK.

Greece

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The first participating countries in the ETU were Spain, Belgium, Austria, Portugal, Germany, Italy, France, Netherlands, Turkey, Greece, Denmark and the UK.

Denmark

DanishKingdom of DenmarkConstituent country
The first participating countries in the ETU were Spain, Belgium, Austria, Portugal, Germany, Italy, France, Netherlands, Turkey, Greece, Denmark and the UK.

United Kingdom

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The first participating countries in the ETU were Spain, Belgium, Austria, Portugal, Germany, Italy, France, Netherlands, Turkey, Greece, Denmark and the UK.

Barcelona

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The First European Championships of the ETU were held in Barcelona on May 22–23, 1976.

Seoul

Seoul, South KoreaSeoul, KoreaHanseong
After being considered only a demonstration sports event twice - in Seoul 1988 and Barcelona 1992 - the WTF style (Olympic Style Taekwondo) - was incorporated as a full Olympic discipline in Sydney in 2000.

Sydney

Sydney, AustraliaSydney, New South WalesSydney, New South Wales, Australia
After being considered only a demonstration sports event twice - in Seoul 1988 and Barcelona 1992 - the WTF style (Olympic Style Taekwondo) - was incorporated as a full Olympic discipline in Sydney in 2000.

Hyeong

poomsaehyungforms
Members of the European Taekwondo Union (WTF Style) uses the Hyung#Poomsae style of teaching Taekwondo.

European Taekwondo Junior Championships

European Junior Taekwondo Championships
European Taekwondo Junior Championships is a European bienal championship organized for juniors age category by European Taekwondo Union, first held in 1978.

European Taekwondo Championships

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The event is held every two years and is organized by the European Taekwondo Union, the continental affiliate of World Taekwondo, which organises and controls Olympic style taekwondo.

Turkey Taekwondo Federation

Turkish National Taekwondo TeamTurkish Taekwondo Federation
It is a member of the European Taekwondo Union (ETU).

1976 European Taekwondo Championships

The European Taekwondo Championships were held in Barcelona (Spain) between May 22 and 23, 1976 under the organization of the European Taekwondo Union (ETU) and the Spanish Federation of Taekwondo.

British Taekwondo Control Board

British Taekwondo
British Taekwondo is also a member of the British Olympic Association (BOA) and the European Taekwondo Union (ETU).

Italian Taekwondo Federation

Italy Taekwondo Federation is a member of the European umbrella organization European Taekwondo Union as well as the World Association for World Taekwondo (WT).