Why We Love Korean Sabre

Regular followers of our work will know that we have a strong affinity for K-sabre. There are plenty of reasons: it is spectacular to watch, we’ve worked with them in the past with great success, and they’re nice guys. But the real reason is this: They set sabre free. Back in the distant bygone era … More Why We Love Korean Sabre

Cheat sheet: A form guide to Rio 2016

The following is a thorough and in-depth analysis of the Rio men’s sabre field, based on only the finest in armchair-quarterbacking, internet rumours, random encounters in nightclubs, and gossip overheard at tournaments. It has been delayed by several weeks due to the machinations of WADA, CAS, IOC and FIE, thus proving that we’re fundamentally pretty naïve … More Cheat sheet: A form guide to Rio 2016

Hero time: Our Very Serious 2015 World Cup Awards

Budapest was the final tournament in the 2015 World Cup calendar. I have delayed publication of a proper recap because watching the final again will make me cry, and because everyone in the sabre world has already heard about the grotesque farce that was the Yakimenko/Rousset semi. Instead of serious analysis, we’re going to be announcing … More Hero time: Our Very Serious 2015 World Cup Awards