Sabre finally came into its own. By the time I write this, in 2020, it is the fastest growing, most glamorous, and probably most popular form of fencing. Most of this was because the lock-out time fixed the march. … More The March
Long long ago, in the Precedented Times, a bunch of nerds who liked to play a fun sword-fighting game somehow managed to convince a commercial landlord to lease them an unloved vacant office space on Parramatta Road so they could have a place to play sword-fighting game more often. The doors opened to regular folk … More Sydney Sabre’s 8th Iso-Birthday
Luigi Martilotti made a call which was consistent with the the rules of sabre and the role of the referee. His call will stand, and will be cited in future. … More Judgment: What referees can learn from Budapest Worlds
Back in 2013 when we were just starting out, an acquaintance of ours in Korea sent us a (now sadly defunct) video link of a national tournament, in which some enormous fencer in unmarked gear was mauling the bejeesus out of Kim Junghwan. “Who the heck is that?” we asked. “He is high school student! … More Flash
Forget dangling shiny things in front of the camera.
Get people to play the game. … More Mass Market: How To Make Sabre Broadcasting Huge