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Taekwondo coach Jean Lopez has ban lifted
Jean Lopez's attorney said arbitrators ruled unanimously in favor of the taekwondo coach in a sexual misconduct case.
Taekwondo champ removed from banned list
Olympic taekwondo champion Steven Lopez won arbitration Monday in a sexual-misconduct case and had his name removed from the U.S. Center for SafeSport's banned list.
Taekwondo champ S. Lopez permanently banned
After being investigated for about four months by the U.S. Center for SafeSport, two-time Olympic taekwondo champion Steven Lopez has been permanently banned for sexual misconduct involving a minor.
Taekwondo team pulls off epic stunts
A South Korean taekwondo team shows off high-flying feats of strength.
Pauline Lopez gives Philippines fourth bronze medal
Despite losing in the semifinals of her taekwondo event, Pauline Lopez will go home with a bronze medal.
Taekwondo jins hoping to make up for previous Asiad performance
Thanks to intense training and a new Korean coach, the Philippine taekwondo jins are confident they will fare better in the 2018 Asian Games.
USA Taekwondo: Didn't look other way in cases
CEO Steve McNally presented a letter to a House subcommittee dismissing the idea that USA Taekwondo knowingly looked the other way with sexual abuse cases.
USOC: Sex-trafficking suit 'calculated to offend'
A U.S. Olympic Committee spokesman is portraying a sex-trafficking lawsuit filed against the federation as one "calculated to provoke and offend" rather than seek justice.
Taekwondo champion Lopez suspended in probe
Two-time Olympic taekwondo champion Steven Lopez has been temporarily suspended while the U.S. Center for SafeSport resolves a case against him involving sexual misconduct allegations.
U.S. leaders called by House subcommittee
Among the people set to speak to the House Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations on May 23 about sexual abuse cases are USOC acting CEO Susanne Lyons and USA Gymnastics CEO Kerry Perry.
Taekwondo athletes win $60M in sex case
$60 million has been awarded to three female taekwondo athletes who were sexually abused by their coach.
Iranian-born taekwondo athlete to enter U.S.
Meisam Rafiei, who has dual Iranian-Icelandic citizenship, will be allowed to enter the U.S. for a taekwondo event in Nevada.
Iranian-born taekwondo player denied U.S. entry
An Iranian-born Icelandic citizen on his way to the United States to compete in a major taekwondo event was denied entry to the country Monday under provisions of a temporary travel ban.
Julianna Pena -- MMA's 'Venezuelan Vixen' -- wants to fight the good fight
Julianna Pena pulls no punches when criticizing the UFC for not yet giving her a chance at the women's bantamweight crown.
Jordan's 1st Olympic medalist gets royal welcome
Taekwondo gold medal winner Ahmad Abughaush of Jordan was greeted by three princes, his family and a cheering crowd upon his return from the Rio Games.
China, Azerbaijan win Rio's last taekwondo gold medals
China's Zheng Shuyin took the women's heavyweight division title in a slow-paced final against Mexico's Maria Espinoza at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics on Saturday night.
South Korea earns 2nd Rio gold in taekwondo
Oh Hye-ri won the women's 67-kilogram division at the Olympics on Friday, giving South Korea its second gold medal of the Rio de Janeiro Games.
Defending Olympic taekwondo champion Jade Jones keeps title
Britain's defending Olympic taekwondo champion Jade Jones has hung onto her title after defeating Spain's Eva Calvo Gomez.
Wu misses out on Olympics medal
Day 13 was tinged in silver after two sailing teams claimed second position in Marina da Gloria, while Australia's diving hopeful Melissa Wu couldn't reach the podium.
South Korea wins 1st gold of Rio Olympics
South Korea claimed the first taekwondo gold medal of the Rio de Janeiro Olympics on Wednesday, restoring some pride to the country that invented the sport.
Aussies in Action Rio 2016
When are the Australian athletes competing in Rio de Janeiro?
Russia: All athletes in Rio have been tested
The sports chief of the Russian Olympic team in Rio says Russian athletes who arrived in Brazil early are under scrutiny of WADA doping agents and have all been tested for doping at least once.
WHO rejects call to cancel Rio Games over Zika
The WHO maintains that despite the increased number of infections because of the Zika outbreak, there is "no public health justification" for calling off the Rio Games.