|About||Taekwondo is a martial art originating in Korea. It combines combat techniques, self-defense, sport, exercise, and in some cases meditation and philosophy.|
1> TO undertake all sorts of activities for presenting Bangladesh in the world as Taekwondoplaying country.
2> To strive for implementing thelong term training plan.
3> To take initiative for spreading taekwondo up to the grass root level.
4> To take initiative for producing player of internalional standard.
and many more.
Taekwondo is now a well known martial art in Bangladesh. Started less than a decade ago Taekwondo has become an important Sports Federation among other who attained national and international reputation.
Mr. Mahmudul Islam Rana Gen. Secretary of Bangladesh Taekwondo has given a new dimension to this sport in Bangladesh.His relentless works made taekwondo the leading martial art in Bangladesh.Mr Rana’s leadership and well management has made this federation an active and successful sports federation which is rare in Bangladesh. For His excellent contribution, An international certificate has been awarded to Mr Mahmudul Islam Rana by world Taekwondo federation which is handed over by H. E. Ambassador of Korea in Bangladesh on 10th September, 2009 on an occasion.
Untiring efforts by the family of the Taekwondo Federation enabled this game to achieve a strong platform. Participation of various Districts/ Associations/ Clubs, Bangladesh Army, Bangladesh Border Guards, Bangladesh Ansar & VDP team gave Taekwondo a new life in Bangladesh. With the overall support from the Bangladesh Olympic Association (BOA) , Taekwondo players has drawn interest of all by participating in the physical displays at the national programs and events . By the cooperation of all, especially of the government and non-government sponsors, Taekwondo will be able to keep special attraction and exciting tracks of Martial Arts in our country. It is expected that in near future the advancement of Taekwondo will be more smooth and organized.
কোরিয়ান ঐতিহ্যবাহী মার্শাল আর্ট এবং অলিম্পিক গেমস “তায়কোয়ানডো” বাংলাদেশের ক্রীড়াঙ্গনে বর্তমানে একটি সুপরিচিত নাম।তায়কোয়ানডোর যাত্রা এদেশে বেশী দিনের না হলেও ফেডারেশনের সক্রিয় ভূমিকা এবং নিয়মিত কার্যক্রমের ফলে আন্তর্জাতিক অঙ্গনে সুনাম অর্জনকারী কয়েকটি ফেডারেশনের মধ্যে একটি এটি অন্যতম একটি ফেডারেশন।বিশ্বের প্রাচীনতম রণকৌশল হিসাবে পরিচিত তায়কোয়ানডো বহু গবেষক ও বিশেষজ্ঞদের বিরামহীন গবেষণা এবং ঐকান্তিক প্রচেষ্টার ফসল হিসাবে বর্তমানে একটি সুশৃঙ্খল এবং সম্পূর্ণ বিজ্ঞান
a. Achieved Gold Medal in the 10th S A Games, Sri Lanka in the year 2006.
b. Bronze Medal in 1st World Expo Poomsay Taekwondo Championship.
c. A Silver Medal and a Bronze Medal in the "Invitation for second DGHC Taekwondo Festival" at Darjeeling in India.
d. 4 (four) Bronze Medals in the 8th SAF Games an Katmandu, Nepal in the year 1999.
e. Bronze Medal in the 9th SAF Games in Islamabad, Pakistan.
f. Under the scholarship of KOICA, a total of 5(five) Taekwondo Athletes, including Mr. Kamruzzaman Chanchal, attended a higher training in the Introduction and Improvement of Taekwondo Skills Program 2003, 2004 & 2005 at National Sports University in South Korea.
g. Under the scholarship of TPF "Taekwondo Goodwill Program-2007", a Taekwondo athlete have been taken higher training from Kyung Hee University of Korea.
h. Under the arrangement of Bangladesh Olympic Association, Taekwondo Olympic Solidarity Technical Coaches Course was successfully held.
i. Besides 2(two) Korean Coach engaged in training, KOICA has provided training accessories worth US$ 3000.
j. An International Certificate has been awarded to Mr. Mahmudul Islam Rana by the World Taekwondo Federation for his excellent contribution to the development of Taekwondo. This certificate was handed over to Mr. Mahmudul Islam Rana by H. E. Ambassador of Korea in Bangladesh on 10th September, 2009 on an occasion . In obtaining the expected target of 'Taekwondo' in Bangladesh, the cooperation and contribution from the embassy of Republic of Korea and KOICA is undeniable. Two Korean Expert Trainers are involved in training programs in Bangladesh under the auspices of KOICA.
|Founded||Mr. Mahmudul Islam Rana|