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08: The Australian Way of Life interview

08: The Australian Way of Life interview

SUSAN CARLAND: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people should be aware that this series may contain images, voices or names of deceased persons, BRUCE SCATES: Welcome to ‘Susan Carland: In Conversation’. This interview is a supplement to Episode 8 in the Australian Journey series, ‘The Australian Way of Life.’ SUSAN CARLAND: The person I’m interviewing …

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Fencing & Stage Combat Techniques : Attack in Fencing

Fencing & Stage Combat Techniques : Attack in Fencing

So, no one wants a good sword fight without an attack. We’re going to talk about attacks one through five. My offensive moves are the same as my parries. As I attack Ken’s one, he parries one, two, just outside his hip, three, outside his bicep, four, outside his other bicep, and five, stopping just …

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World-class fencers visit Iwakuni, host International Fencing Camp

World-class fencers visit Iwakuni, host International Fencing Camp

Renowned fencing instructors and teams from the United States, Japan, Hong-Kong and Ukraine came to Atago Sports Complex for an international fencing camp. The camp offered Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni and local Iwakuni residents the chance to learn the fundamentals of fencing and practice with the pros. “I think it gives perspective because we’re …

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Operation Fencing #03 | Epee, Smallsword & Foil Basics | 4th parry (en, pl)

Operation Fencing #03 | Epee, Smallsword & Foil Basics | 4th parry (en, pl)

Hello, I’m Miss Fencing, welcome in another episode of Operation Fencing! Today we are talking about defense. I hope you’ll enjoy it! The most basic way of defense is a parry. Today we will cover the fourth parry, because it’s the easiest one to perform and not because it’s the basic one. Of course the …

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Fencing & Stage Combat Techniques : Beat & Bind in Fencing

Fencing & Stage Combat Techniques : Beat & Bind in Fencing

We’re going to give you a couple more moves for your toolbox before you start choreographing your own fights. First would be a beat. Really simple move, comes at the beginning of a fight. And it’s designed–it’s taken from fencing just to move my opponent’s line out of the way. Usually it’s followed by an …

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