A row of outward experts obliged for selecting new directors for a All Japan Taekwondo Association motionless Wednesday not to reappoint President Noboru Kanehara amid a brawl with athletes over training policies.
The panel, that has been conducting interviews with AJTA members and athletes given a organisation called for a abdication of a whole house of directors late final month, has endorsed unconditional reforms in a arise of critique from a country’s tip athletes.
Kanehara is set to retire along with other directors not comparison for reappointment by a panel. A pool of around 10 possibilities for new directors will be endorsed after this week with a final decisions approaching to be done by a finish of a year.
The four-person row consists of dual lawyers, a sports scholarship highbrow and late judo champion Kaori Yamaguchi.
Japan’s taekwondo universe was bearing into misunderstanding after many of a country’s tip competitors began to doubt a AJTA’s developmental policies and staged a protest of a training stay in September.