More of this kind of thing: Limbach (GER) v Rousset (FRA)

  I’m going to start this post with a confession. Officially, we’ve been absent for ages because we’ve been crazy busy with club stuff and migrating the blog to a new host. But that’s not the real reason I didn’t post anything from the Seoul Grand Prix. When Junghwan Kim, the last Korean standing by … More More of this kind of thing: Limbach (GER) v Rousset (FRA)

Young guns: Padua World Cup recap, part 1: Oh Sanguk (KOR) v Aldo Montano (ITA)

The first men’s sabre World Cup for 2015 was in Padua over the weekend. A number of interesting things happened, but the main theme is that the kids these days just ain’t go no respect for their elders. I’ll be looking at them one at a time over the next few days as I get … More Young guns: Padua World Cup recap, part 1: Oh Sanguk (KOR) v Aldo Montano (ITA)

Guest post: Match analysis of Russia v France, Kazan 2014

This is a guest article by Rob Cawdron. Rob is a Sabre coach based at Shakespeare’s Swords Fencing Club in the UK. You can reach him on Facebook.   France v Russia – Kazan 2014: Analysis and Commentary   France v Russia should always be fascinating match up, but recently these matches haven’t quite lived … More Guest post: Match analysis of Russia v France, Kazan 2014

You wouldn’t like me when I’m angry: Chung (KOR) v Dolniceanu (ROU)

Welcome back to Epic Hit of the Day! First up, have a bloody gorgeous counterparry, then I’ll give the backstory. That’s a thing of beauty, right there. Tell me again about how the Koreans have bad bladework. No really, do go on. On the left we have Tiberiu Dolniceanu. He is an incredibly competent and … More You wouldn’t like me when I’m angry: Chung (KOR) v Dolniceanu (ROU)