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DATES AND VENUES OF MAJOR TAEKWONDO COMPETITIONS (As of November 02, 2010)


1st WTF World Championships (Seoul, Korea/ May 25-27, 1973)
2nd WTF World Championships (Seoul, Korea/ Aug. 28-31, 1975)
3rd WTF World Championships (Chicago, U.S.A./ Sept. 15-17, 1977)
4th WTF World Championships (Stuttgart, Germany/ Oct. 25-28, 1979)
5th WTF World Championships (Guayaquil, Ecuador/ Feb. 24-27, 1982)
6th WTF World Championships (Copenhagen, Denmark/ Oct. 20-23, 1983)
7th WTF World Championships (Seoul, Korea/ Sept. 4-8, 1985)
8th (1st Women’s) Championships (Barcelona, Spain/ Oct. 7-11, 1987)
9th (2nd Women’s) WTF World Championships (Seoul, Korea/ Oct. 9-14, 1989)
10th (3rd Women’s) WTF World Championships (Athens, Greece/ Oct. 29-Nov. 3, 1991)
11th (4th Women’s) WTF World Championships (New York, U.S.A./ Aug. 19-21, 1993)
12th (5th Women’s) WTF World Championships (Manila, Philippines/ Nov. 17-21, 1995)
13th (6th Women’s) WTF World Championships (Hong Kong, China/ Nov. 19-23, 1997)
14th (7th Women’s) WTF World Championships (Edmonton, Canada/ June 2-6, 1999)
15th (8th Women’s) WTF World Championships (Jeju City, Korea/ Nov. 1-7, 2001)
16th (9th Women’s) WTF World Championships (Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany/ Sept. 24-28, 2003)
17th (10th Women’s) WTF World Championships (Madrid, Spain/April 13-17, 2005)
18th (11th Women’s) WTF World Championships (Beijing, China/ May 18-22, 2007)
19th (12th Women’s) WTF World Championships (Copenhagen, Denmark/Oct. 14-18, 2009)
20th (13th Women’s) WTF World Championships (Gyeongju, Korea/May 1-6, 2011)

1st WTF World Junior Championships (Barcelona, Spain/ June 27-30, 1996)
2nd WTF World Junior Championships (Istanbul, Turkey/ Sept. 9-13, 1998)
3rd WTF World Junior Championships (Killarney, Ireland/ Nov. 15-18, 2000)
4th WTF World Junior Championships (Hiraklion, Greece/Oct. 1-6, 2002)
5th WTF World Junior Championships (Suncheon, Korea/ June 12-18, 2004)
6th WTF World Junior Championships (Hochiminh City, Vietnam/July 26-30, 2006)
7th WTF World Junior Championships (Izmir, Turkey/May 8-11, 2008)
8th WTF World Junior Championships (Tijuana, Mexico/Mar 6-9, 2010)
9th WTF World Junior Championships (Sahrm El Sheikh, Egypt/ Last week of Nov., 2012)

1st WTF World Taekwondo Poomsae Championships (Seoul, Korea/Sept. 4-6, 2006)
2nd WTF World Taekwondo Poomsae Championships (Incheon, Korea/Oct. 29-31, 2007)
3rd WTF World Taekwondo Poomsae Championships (Ankara, Turkey/ Dec. 16-18, 2008)
4th WTF World Taekwondo Poomsae Championships (Cairo, Egypt/Nov. 30-Dec. 2, 2009)
5th WTF World Taekwondo Poomsae Championships (Tashkent, Uzbekistan/ Oct. 8-10, 2010)
6th WTF World Taekwondo Poomsae Championships (Vladivostok, Russia/TBD, 2011)

WTF World Cup 1986 (Colorado Springs, U.S.A./ July 3-5, 1986)
WTF World Cup 1987 (Helsinki, Finland/ May 15-17, 1987)
WTF World Cup 1989 (Cairo, Egypt/ Feb. 22-25, 1989)
WTF World Cup 1990 (Madrid, Spain/ Nov. 9-11, 1990)
WTF World Cup 1991 (Zagreb, Yugoslavia/ May 16-18, 1991)
WTF World Cup 1994 (George Town, Cayman Islands/ July 21-23, 1994)
WTF World Cup 1996 (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil/ May 24-26, 1996)
WTF World Cup 1997 (Cairo, Egypt/ March 6-8, 1997)
WTF World Cup 1998 (Sindelfingen, Germany/ June 5-7, 1998)
WTF World Cup 2000 (Lyon, France/ April 14-16, 2000)
WTF World Cup 2001 (Hochiminh City, Vietnam/ May 31-June 3, 2001)
WTF World Cup 2002 (Tokyo, Japan/ July 16-19, 2002)
WTF World Cup Team Taekwondo Championships 2006 (Bangkok, Thailand/Sept. 14-18, 2006)
WTF World Cup Team Champ (Baku, Azerbaijan/Oct. 11-14, 2009)
WTF World Cup Team Champ (Urumqi, China/ July 17-20, 2010)
WTF World Cup Team Champ (Santa Cruz, Aruba/ TBD, 2012)

1st WTF World Para-Taekwondo Championships (Baku, Azerbaijan/ June 10, 2009)
2nd WTF World Para-Taekwondo Championships (St. Petersburg, Russia/ May 11, 2010)
3rd WTF World Para-Taekwondo Championships (Santa Cruz, Aruba/ TBD, 2012)

World Taekwondo Tour (Mexico City, Mexico/ Nov. 14, 2009)
World Taekwondo Tour (Moscow, Russia/ Dec. 2010)

1st World University Championships (FISU) (Berkeley, U.S.A./ Nov. 29-30, 1986)
2nd World University Championships (FISU) (Santander, Spain/ April 6-8, 1990)
3rd World University Championships (FISU) (Guadalajara City, Mexico/ Oct. 12-15, 1992)
4th World University Championships (FISU) (St. Petersburg, Russia/ Sept. 25-28, 1996)
5th World University Championships (FISU) (Manzanillo, Mexico/ Nov. 24-27, 1998)
6th World University Championships (FISU) (Kaohsiung, Chinese Taipei/ March 29-April 2, 2000)
7th World University Championships (FISU) (Berkeley, U.S.A./ June 14-17, 2002)
8th World University Championships (FISU) (Patra, Greece/June 2-5, 2004)
9th World University Championships (FISU) (Valencia, Spain/May 16-20, 2006)
10th World University Championships (FISU) (Belgrade, Serbia/ July 16-20, 2008)
11th World University Championships (FISU) (Vigo, Spain/June 29-July 4, 2010)

1st World Military Championships (CISM) (Seoul, Korea/ Oct. 30-Nov. 7, 1980)
2nd World Military Championships (CISM) (Seoul, Korea/ Oct. 25-Nov. 1, 1987)
3rd World Military Championships (CISM) (Seoul, Korea/ June 15-21, 1991)
4th World Military Championships (CISM) (Teheran, Iran/ Oct. 17-25, 1992)
5th World Military Championships (CISM) (Kingston, Canada/ June 6-15, 1993)
6th World Military Championships (CISM) (Lima, Peru/ Sept. 3-14, 1994)
7th World Military Championships (CISM) (Isfahan, Iran/ Sept. 29-Oct. 6, 1995)
8th World Military Championships (CISM) (Pula, Croatia/ Nov. 3-10, 1996)
9th World Military Championships (CISM) (Nettuno-Ariccia, Italy/ Oct. 5-10, 1997)
10th World Military Championships (CISM) (Fort Hood, U.S.A./ Nov. 19-21, 1998)
11th World Military Championships (CISM) (Zagreb, Croatia/ Aug. 11-14, 1999)
12th World Military Championships (CISM) (Seoul, Korea/ Oct. 24-27, 2000)
13th World Military Championships (CISM) (Woensdrecht, The Netherlands/ Aug. 8-16, 2001)
14th World Military Championships (CISM) (Fort Hood, Texas, U.S.A./Oct. 22-25, 2002)
15th World Military Championships (CISM) (Zagreb, Croatia/ Aug. 9-16, 2003)
16th World Military Championships (CISM) (Warendorf, Germany/Oct. 5-9, 2004)
17th World Military Championships (CISM) (Seoul, Korea/ Sept. 18-26, 2006)
18th World Military Championships (CISM) (Seoul, Korea/ May 23-27, 2008)
19th World Military Championships (CISM) (Quebec, Canada/ July 14-21, 2010)



 

1st Asian Championships (Seoul, Korea/ Oct. 18-20, 1974)
2nd Asian Championships (Melbourne, Australia/ Oct. 16-17, 1976)
3rd Asian Championships (Hong Kong, China/ Sept. 8-10, 1978)
4th Asian Championships (Chinese Taipei/ Nov. 14-16, 1980)
5th Asian Championships (Singapore/ Dec. 9-11, 1982)
6th Asian Championships (Manila, Philippines/ Nov. 9-11, 1984)
7th Asian Championships (Darwin, Australia/ April 18-20, 1986)
8th Asian Championships (Kathmandu, Nepal/ March 23-25, 1988)
9th Asian Championships (Taipei, Chinese Taipei/ June 2-4, 1990)
10th Asian Championships (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia/ Jan. 31-Feb. 2, 1992)
11th Asian Championships (Manila, Philippines/ Jan. 28-30, 1994)
12th Asian Championships (Melbourne, Australia/ June 14-16, 1996)
13th Asian Championships (Hochiminh City, Vietnam/ May 15-17, 1998)
14th Asian Championships (Hong Kong, China/ May 13-16, 2000)
15th Asian Championships (Amman, Jordan/ April 26-28, 2002)
16th Asian Championships (Seongnam, Korea/ May 20-23, 2004)
17th Asian Championships (Bangkok, Thailand/April 21-23, 2006)
18th Asian Championships (Zhengzhou, Henan Province, China/April 11-13, 2008)
19th Asian and 1st Asian Poomsae Championships (Astana, Kazakhstan/ May 20-23, 2010)

1st European Championships (Barcelona, Spain/ May 22-23, 1976)
2nd European Championships (Munchen, Germany/ Oct. 20-22, 1978)
3rd European Championships (Copenhagen, Denmark/ Oct. 14-17, 1980)
4th European Championships (Rome, Italy/ Sept. 23-26, 1982)
5th European Championships (Stuttgart, Germany/ Oct. 26-28, 1984)
6th European Championships (Seefeld, Austria/ Oct. 3-5, 1986)
7th European Championships (Ankara, Turkey/ May 26-29, 1988)
8th European Championships (Aarhus, Denmark/ Oct. 18-21, 1990)
9th European Championships (Valencia, Spain/ May 18-25, 1992)]
10th European Championships (Zagreb, Croatia/ Oct. 28-30, 1994)
11th European Championships (Helsinki, Finland/ Oct. 26-27, 1996)
12th European Championships (Eindhoven, Netherlands/ Oct. 23-25, 1998)
13th European Championships (Patra, Greece/ May 4-7, 2000)
14th European Championships (Samsun, Turkey/ May 6-10, 2002)
15th European Championships (Lillehammer, Norway/ May 6-9, 2003)
16th European Championships (Riga, Latvia/ Oct. 6-9, 2005)
17th European Championships (Dusseldorf, Germany/ May 26-28, 2006)
18th European Championships (Rome, Italy/April 10-13, 2008)
19th European Championships (St. Petersburg, Russia/ May 12-15, 2010)

1st Pan American Championships (Mexico City, Mexico/ Sept. 17-22, 1978)
2nd Pan American Championships (Houston, U.S.A./ Jan. 17-18, 1981)
3rd Pan American Championships (Ponce, Puerto Rico/ Dec. 15-20, 1982)
4th Pan American Championships (Paramaribo, Surinam/ Nov. 16-18, 1984)
5th Pan American Championships (Guayaquil, Ecuador/ Dec. 11-14, 1986)
6th Pan American Championships (Lima, Peru/ Dec. 9-11, 1988)
7th Pan American Championships (Bayamon, Puerto Rico/ Sept. 6-9, 1990)
8th Pan American Championships (Colorado Springs, U.S.A./ Dec. 4-5, 1992)
9th Pan American Championships (Heredia, Costa Rica/ Sept. 30-Oct. 2, 1994)
10th Pan American Championships (La Havana, Cuba/ Oct. 10-12, 1996)
11th Pan American Championships (Lima, Peru/ Dec. 4-6, 1998)
12th Pan American Championships (Oranjestad, Aruba/ Dec. 7-9, 2000)
13th Pan American Championships (Quito, Ecuador/ Oct. 9-12, 2002)
14th Pan American Championships (Santo Domingo, Dominican Rep./ Dec. 17-21, 2004)
15th Pan American Championships (Buenos Aires, Argentina/ Nov. 21-26, 2006)
16th Pan American Championships (Puerto Rico/ Oct. 1-6, 2008)
17th Pan American Championships (Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico/Dec. 9-10, 2010)

1st African Championships (Abidjan, Ivory Coast/ April 12-13, 1979)
2nd African Championships (Nairobi, Kenya/ 1987) (cancelled)
3rd African Championships (Cairo, Egypt/ Dec. 9-10, 1993)
4th (1st Women’s) African Championships (Johannesburg, South Africa/ Sept. 12-14, 1996)
5th (2nd Women’s) African Championships (Nairobi, Kenya/ Aug. 9, 1998)
6th (3rd Women’s) African Championships (Dakar, Senegal/ Sept. 7-9, 2001)
7th African Championships (Accra, Ghana/ Oct. 14-17, 2003)
8th African Taekwondo Championships (Antananarivo, Madagascar/Sept. 7-11, 2005)
9th African Taekwondo Championships (Yaounde, Cameroun/ July 31-Aug.1, 2009)
10th African Taekwondo Championships (Tripoli, Libya/ Nov. 26-27, 2010)

1st Oceania Open Taekwondo Championships (Sydney, Australia/ July 16-17, 2005)
2nd Oceania Taekwondo Championships (Dec. 4-5, 2010/ Noumea, New Caledonia)

1st Asian Junior Championships (Chang Hua, Chinese Taipei/ Aug. 8-11,2001)
2nd Asian Junior Championships (Hochiminh City, Vietnam/ Aug. 29-31, 2003)
3rd Asian Junior Championships (Almaty, Kazakhstan/ Aug. 19-21, 2005)
4th Asian Junior Championships ( , Jordan/ Aug. , 2007)
5th Asian Junior Championships (Kish Island, Iran/ Nov. 20-22, 2009)
6th Asian Junior and 1st Asian Junior Poomsae Champ ( 2011)

13th European Junior Championships (Pamplona, Spain/ April 5-7, 2001)
14th European Junior Championships (Athens, Greece/ Feb. 28-Mar. 2, 2003)
15th European Junior Championships (Baku, Azerbaijan/ May 26-28, 2005)
16th European Junior Championships (Baku, Azerbaijan/ Oct. 26-28, 2007)
17th European Junior Championships (Trelleborg, Sweden/ , 2009)
18th European Junior Championships (Pafos, Cyprus/Sept. 2011)

1st Pan American Junior Championships (Viña del Mar, Chile/ Sept. 21-23, 2001)
2nd Pan American Junior Championships (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil/ Oct. 28-Nov. 1, 2003)
3rd Pan American Junior Championships (Santa Cruz, Aruba/ Oct. 5-8, 2005)
4th Pan American Junior Championships (Daytona Beach, Fl., U.S.A./ Oct. 3-7, 2007)
5th Pan American Junior Championships & 1st Pan Am Junior Poomsae Championships (San Salvador, El Salvador/Nov. 19-22, 2009)

2nd African Junior Taekwondo Championships (Tripoli, Libya/ Nov. 24-25, 2010)

 

24th Olympic Games (Seoul, Korea/ Sept. 17-Oct. 2, 1988) - demonstration sport
25th Olympic Games (Barcelona, Spain/ Aug. 3-5, 1992) - demonstration sport
27th Olympic Games (Sydney, Australia/ Sept. 27-30, 2000) – official sport
28th Olympic Games (Athens, Greece/Aug. 26-29, 2004)
29th Olympic Games (Beijing, China/ Aug. 20-23, 2008)
30th Olympic Games (London, U.K./Aug. 8-11, 2012)
31st Olympic Games (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil/ 2016)

1st Youth Olympic Games (Singapore/ Aug. 15-19, 2010)
2nd Youth Olympic Games (Nanjing, China/ , 2014)

21st Summer Deaflympics (Taipei, Chinese Taipei/ Sept. 6-9, 2009)

1st Sportaccord Combat Games taekwondo (Beijing, China/ Sept. 1-2, 2010)

2013 World Master Games (Torino, Italy/ Aug. 2-12, 2013)

21st Commonwealth Games ( 2018) – category 2 sport

1st World Games (Santa Clara, U.S.A./ July 29-31, 1981)
2nd World Games (South London, U.K./ Aug. 3-4, 1985)
3rd World Games (Karlsruhe, Germany/ July 20-30, 1989)
4th World Games (Hague, Netherlands/ July 30-Aug. 1, 1993) – not participated since then

Goodwill Games (St. Petersburg, Russia/ July 27-28, 1994): - not participated since then

1st World Military Games (Roma, Italy/ Sept. 1995): not participated
2nd World Military Games (Zagreb, Croatia/ Aug. 11-14, 1999): participated
3rd World Military Games (Catania, Italia/ 2003): not participated
4th World Military Games (Oct. 14-021, 2007): not participated
5th World Military Games (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil/ July 16-24, 2011): to participate

22nd Universiade (Daegu, Korea/Aug. 22-26, 2003) – optional sport
23rd Universiade (Izmir, Turkey/ Aug. 11-21, 2005) – optional sport
24th Universiade (Bangkok, Thailand/ Aug. 8-18, 2007) – optional sport (TKD: 9-13)
25th Universiade (Belgrade, Serbia/July 1-6, 2009)–optional sport (Kyorugi & Poomsae)
26th Universiade (Shenzhen, China/Aug. 8-18, 2011)
27th Universiade (Kazan, Russia/ , 2013)
28th Universiade (Gwangju, Korea/ , 2015) – OC plans for two weeks during July, subject to FISU agreement
29th Universiade ( / 2017) – compulsory sport

10th Asian Games (Suwon, Korea/ Sept. 30-Oct. 3, 1986)
12th Asian Games (Hiroshima, Japan/ Oct. 8-9, 1994)
13th Asian Games (Bangkok, Thailand/ Dec. 7-10, 1998)
14th Asian Games (Busan, Korea/ Oct. 10-13, 2002)
15th Asian Games (Doha, Qatar/Dec. 11-14, 2006)
16th Asian Games (Guangzhou, China/ Nov. 12-17, 2010)
17th Asian Games (Incheon, Korea/ , 2014)

1st Asian Martial Arts Games (Bangkok, Thailand/ Aug. 2-5, 2009)

2011 European Masters Games (Lignano. Italy/ Sept. 11-17, 2011)

17th Mediterranean Games (Volvos and Larissa, Greece/ June 21-30, 2013)

10th Pan American Games (Indianapolis, U.S.A./ Aug. 14-16, 1987)
11th Pan American Games (La Havana, Cuba/ Aug. 3-18, 1991)
12th Pan American Games (Mar Del Plata, Argentina/ March 12-15, 1995)
13th Pan American Games (Winnipeg, Canada/ Aug. 6-7, 1999)
14th Pan American Games (Santo Domingo, Dominican Rep./Aug. 13-16, 2003)
15th Pan American Games (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil/ July 14-29, 2007)
16th Pan American Games (Guadalajara, Mexico/Oct. 14-30, 2011)-Oct. 26-29

4th All Africa Games (Nairobi, Kenya/ Aug. 1-4, 1987)
5th All Africa Games (Cairo, Egypt/ Sept. 21-24, 1991)
6th All Africa Games (Harare, Zimbabwe/ Sept. 16-19, 1995)
7th All Africa Games (Johannesburg, South Africa/ Sept. 15-18, 1999)
8th All Africa Games (Abuja, Nigeria/Oct. 14-17, 2003)
9th All Africa Games (Algier, Algeria/ July 5-20, 2007)
10th All Africa Games (Maputo, Mozambique/Sept. 3-18, 2011)

2nd East Asian Games (Busan, Korea/ May 17-18, 1997)
3rd East Asian Games (Osaka, Japan/ May 20-21, 2001)
4th East Asian Games (Macao, China/Nov. 3-4, 2005)
5th East Asian Games (Hong Kong, China/Dec. 6-8, 2009)

16th Southeast Asian Games (Manila, Philippines/ Nov. 24-Dec. 3, 1991)
17th Southeast Asian Games (Singapore/ June 14-16, 1993)
18th Southeast Asian Games (Chiang Mai, Thailand/ Dec. 13-15, 1995)
19th Southeast Asian Games (Jakarta, Indonesia/ Oct. 12-15, 1997)
20th Southeast Asian Games (Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam/ Aug. 8-11, 1999)
21st Southeast Asian Games (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia/Sept. 8-11, 2001)
22nd Southeast Asian Games (Hochiminh City, Vietnam/ Dec. 10-12, 2003)
23rd Southeast Asian Games (Sebu, Philippines/ Nov. 30-Dec. 4, 2005)
24th Southeast Asian Games (Nakhon Ratchasima, Korat, Thailand/ Dec. 6-15, 2007)
25th Southeast Asian Games (Vientiane, Laos/Dec. 9-12, 2009)

5th Central Asian Games (Dushanbe, Tajikistan/ Oct. 17-18, 2003)

9th South Asian Federation Games (Islamabad, Pakistan/ April 3-6, 2004)
10th South Asian Games (Colombo, Sri Lanka/ Aug. 25-27, 2006)
11th South Asian Games (Bangladesh/ February 2008)
12th South Asian Games (Dhaka, Bangladesh/ Feb. 6-8, 2010)

4th South American Games (Trujillo, Peru/ Dec. 4-6, 1990)
5th South American Games (Valencia, Venezuela/ Nov. 24-26, 1994)
6th South American Games (Cuenca, Ecuador/ Oct. 23-25, 1998)
7th South American Games (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil/ Aug. 6-12, 2002)
8th South American Games (Buenos Aires, Argentina/ , 2006)
9th South American Games (Medellin, Colombia/Mar. 10-21, 2010)

4th Central American Games (Tegucigalpa, Honduras/ Jan. 6-8, 1990)
5th Central American Games (San Salvador, El Salvador/ Jan. 15-18, 1994)
6th Central American Games ( / , 1997)
7th Central American Games (Guatemala, Guatemala/ Dec. 1-2, 2001)
8th Central American Games (Guatemala/ Dec. 9-18, 2005)
9th Central American Games (San Pedro Sula, Honduras/ Dec. 16-17, 2009)

16th Central American & Caribbean Games (Mexico City, Mexico/ Nov. 30-Dec. 3, 1990)
17th Central American & Caribbean Games (Ponce, Puerto Rico/ Nov. 21-24, 1993)
18th Central American & Caribbean Games (Maracaibo, Venezuela/ Aug. 9-12, 1998)
19th Central American & Caribbean Games (San Salvador, El Salvador/ Nov. 2002)
20th Central American & Caribbean Games (Indias, Colombia/ July 26-29, 2006)
21st Central American & Caribbean Games (Mayaguez, Puerto Rico/ July 27-30, 2010)

12th Bolivarian Sports Games (Cochabamba, Bolivia/ April 27-29, 1993)
13th Bolivarian Sports Games (Arequipa, Peru/ Oct. 18-20, 1997)
14th Bolivarian Sports Games (Ambato, Ecuador/ Sept. 7-14, 2001)
15th Bolivarian Games (Armenia, Pereira, Cartagena & Bogota – 4 cities, Colombia/ Aug. 12-21, 2005)

10th South Pacific Games (Papeete, Tahiti/ Aug. 17-18, 1995)
11th South Pacific Games (Guam/ June 7-10, 1999)
12th South Pacific Games (Suva, Fiji/ July 7-10, 2003)
13th South Pacific Games (Apia, Samoa/Aug. 27-30, 2007)
14th Pacific Games (Noumea, New Caledonia/ Sept. 6-9, 2011) Aug. 27-Sept. 10, 2011
-. Name changed to Pacific Games from South Pacific Games

8th Pan Arab Games (Beirut, Lebanon/ July 23-24, 1997)
9th Pan Arab Games (Amman, Jordan/ Aug. 23-25, 1999)
10th Pan Arab Games (Algiers, Algeria/Sept. 29-Oct.1, 2004)
11th Pan Arab Games (Cairo, Egypt/ Nov. 11-26, 2007)

15th Maccabia Games (Israel/ 1997)
16th Maccabia Games (Israel/ 2001)
17th Maccabia Games (Jerusalem, Israel/ July 10-21, 2005)
18th Maccabia Games (Jerusalen, Israel/ July 22, 2009)

1st Lusofonic Games (Macau, China/ Oct. 12-13, 2006)
2nd Lusofonic Games (Lisbon, Portugal/ July 16-17, 2009)

2nd Islamic Solidarity Games (Tehran, Iran/ Oct. 20-28, 2009)