It already is/was in the Olympics
It will be in 2012.
Karate is not and hasn't ever been an event in the Olympics. Tae Kwon Do is an Olympic event.
there arent any
The name Tae Kwon Do, means - tae - "to stomp, trample", kwon -"fist" -, and do - "way, discipline"
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Yes, you must be a black belt to compete in Olympic taekwondo.
Sixty (60) countries participated in the taekwondo events at the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, and sixty-four (64) countries participated in the taekwondo events at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing.
Tran Hien Ngan in Tae Kwon Do
Action Tae Kwon Do was created in 1972.
Kwon Tae-Man was born in 1941.
two five minute rounds
No, the Olympics do not have a category for Karate. There is a category for Tae Kwon Do and one for Judo.
They started on Wednesday 08/20/2008.
TKD stands for Tae Kwon Do. T stands for Tae (kick). K stands for Kwon (punch). D stands for Do (way).
Olympic teams are limited to four athletes per team.
Jhoon Rhee brought Tae Kwon Do to the U.S. in 1956.
she started Tae Kwon Do when she was 6 because of her brother
Go find a local Tae kwon do class
Tae kwon do originates from Korea.
Kwon Sun-Tae was born on 1984-09-11.
Tae Kwon Do originated from Korea and is thought to be the oldest form of Korean Martial Arts. Tae Kwon Do combines self defence and combat techniques.
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