Purpose: This study sought to conceptualize the components of the evaluation management for excellent college Taekwondo athletes and validate each component in detail. Furthermore, the purpose of this study is to, third, propose a strategy through the analysis of the importance of key management factors structuring the definition of the components. Method: To achieve the purpose of the study, literature review, in-depth interviews, the Delphi analysis, and the AHP analysis were sequentially carried out. Results: First, customized training and match strategies ought to be structured for each individual athlete. Furthermore, it is necessary to continuously share these with coaches, athletes, and parents, and create a flexible systematic training program which may be adjusted at any time according to the match performance. Second, it is necessary to introduce an active consulting program related to family life, school and team life, and interpersonal relationship, and also systematically introduce a program which enables the exchange of opin-ions by and between leaders, counselors, parents, and athletes. Third, after retiring as a college student, the basic academic and curriculum learning management, on top of the Taekwondo match skills, one ought to be able to operate a program which may be consulted by and between the advising professor and the Taekwondo coach so that one can organize life independently. Fourth, by classifying excellent athletes or athletes of high potential value, one needs to connect with the college headquarters to provide a sponsorship program to connect sponsors and sponsor organizations according to match skills and recent performance results, and also consider the career path for Taekwondo activities which can sustain match skills and athlete life as a matter of formal institutionalization. Conclusion: The athlete competency management evaluation scale developed with a focus on the college Taekwondo athletes may be utilized as the basic data for the college athletes to reach the national level of matching skills and also discover promising middle and high school students. Furthermore, academic and practi-cal effects may be expected in that they will provide useful information for the follow-up researchers in the study of the field of Taekwondo match.
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