Two senior Singapore Taekwondo Federation officials found to have breached international body's Code of Ethics

The Singapore Taekwondo Federation has been given 14 days from May 8 to submit a written request for a hearing.
The Singapore Taekwondo Federation has been given 14 days from May 8 to submit a written request for a hearing.PHOTO: SINGAPORE TAEKWONDO FEDERATION/FACEBOOK

SINGAPORE - Two senior Singapore Taekwondo Federation (STF) officials were named by international body World Taekwondo (WT) as having breached parts of the WT Code of Ethics.

In a letter dated last Wednesday (May 8) and addressed to STF acting president David Koh, WT said it found "evidence of violations of the WT Code of Ethics Articles 2 (Officials) and 9 (Conflict of Interest)" by STF secretary-general Wong Liang Ming and its general manager Lim Teong Chin, who are married to each other.

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