United ITF National Championships 2021


United ITF Nationals UITF

Thank you to all participants who registered and submitted videos for the 2021 United ITF National Championships online.


Thank you to those participants from across Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia and United Kingdom.

Note that registrations have now closed. For those who have registered, see the link below to explain what the process and timelines are from video submission to the announcement of results and distribution of medals.

What Happens Now ? (click here)

win some money

Want to Win some Money ? Click Here to find out how

* must be a subscriber to win

As our members are aware, this year’s nationals was originally scheduled as face to face in October, and was to incorporate selections for the 2022 Australian National Team.

Note, that due to subsequent lockdown in large parts of the country, forcing us to run Nationals online again, Selection trails for the Australian team to compete in the 2022 ITF World Championships in the Netherlands, will now be held early 2022.

More Details to be announced soon.

While we’re waiting for results to come back from the judges, enjoy all the videos from this year’s event:

A report from the past ITF Nationals : 


United ITF Nationals 2020 – online

As a result of the global pandemic, our 2020 Nationals were held in cyberspace. As a result, the became the 2020 United ITF (Inter) Nationals, with an amazing 14 countries taking part. Check out some of the fantastic action below.

United ITF National Championships 2019 – Canberra, ACT

Check out all the results here

United ITF National champs


United ITF Australian Championships 2018

The 2018 United ITF Australia National Championships was held at St Kevin’s Catholic School, on Queensland’s Gold Coast on Saturday 25th August, 2018.

United ITF Taekwon-Do Australia are pleased to announce we had an outstanding response with almost 170 competitors from around Australia and New Zealand in attendance.

We had competitors from 5 years of age through to mid 50’s. The event included many first timers through to multiple World Champions.

For the first time in Australian ITF Nationals history we also included a Special Needs category, fresh from our success at the ITF World Championships.

Those figures made it the biggest United ITF national championships for several years. It was the most significant event on our domestic calendar in 2018

Events were conducted according to ITF rules with some modifications for Junior ranks. Special techniques and breaking events were slightly modified, to allow for wider participation.
Judging and officiating was carried out by trained and experienced officials, several of whom have umpired at the highest international level.

Check out the full results and photo gallery



Website sponsored by – Global Fitness Institute