Asian Taekwondo Championships

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Asian Taekwondo Championships is the Taekwondo Asian Championship organized by the Asian Taekwondo Union.

Competitions[edit]

Year Date City and host country Venue Men's champion Women's champion
1974 October 18–20 South Korea Seoul, South Korea Kukkiwon Gymnasium  South Korea
1976 October 16–17 Australia Melbourne, Australia Dallas Brooks Hall  South Korea
1978 September 8–10 Hong Kong Hong Kong Macpherson Stadium  South Korea
1980 November 14–16 Chinese Taipei Taipei, Chinese Taipei Municipal Gymnasium  South Korea
1982 December 9–11 Singapore Singapore Gay World Stadium  South Korea
1984 November 9–11 Philippines Manila, Philippines Rizal Memorial Sports Complex  South Korea
1986 April 18–20 Australia Darwin, Australia Marrara Sports Complex  South Korea  Chinese Taipei
1988 March 23–25 Nepal Kathmandu, Nepal Dasarath Rangasala Stadium  South Korea  South Korea
1990 June 2–4 Chinese Taipei Taipei, Chinese Taipei Municipal Junior College  South Korea  Chinese Taipei
1992 January 31 – February 2 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Stadium Negara  South Korea  South Korea
1994 January 28–30 Philippines Manila, Philippines Rizal Memorial Sports Complex  South Korea  South Korea
1996 June 14–16 Australia Melbourne, Australia  South Korea  South Korea
1998 May 15–17 Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam  South Korea  South Korea
2000 May 13–16 Hong Kong Hong Kong  South Korea  South Korea
2002 April 26–28 Jordan Amman, Jordan  South Korea  South Korea
2004 May 20–23 South Korea Seongnam, South Korea  South Korea  South Korea
2006 April 21–23 Thailand Bangkok, Thailand Hua Mark Indoor Stadium  South Korea  South Korea
2008 April 26–28 China Luoyang, China The Sports Centre Gymnasium  Iran  China
2010 May 21–23 Kazakhstan Astana, Kazakhstan Daulet Sport Complex  Iran  South Korea
2012 May 9–11 Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam Phú Thọ Indoor Stadium  South Korea  Chinese Taipei
2014 May 26–28 Uzbekistan Tashkent, Uzbekistan Universal Palace  Iran  South Korea

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