Clarification For the General Registration

If you aren’t in top 100 in a particular Weapon you can’t register before the general registration. Example if you are Registering for Open Longsword but you aren’t in the top 100 you are not eligable for pre registration. Even if you are top 100 in any other weapon. Then you have to make your registration, for that weapon you aren’t top 100 in, after general registration opens July 19th 1500 (3 PM) CEST

All orders made before 2019-07-18 13:10 have gotten some kind of email response.

Some of you need to take action to make your Tournament Registration valid. Please check your mail.

If you haven’t gotten any email please check your spam folder. If it’s not there either it might be a good idea to get in touch with the swordfish crew. Mail swordfish@ghfs.se or Facebook messenger.

PS. If you pay with Direct Bank Transfer, please pay in SEK to avoid incorrect payments.

General Registration July 19th

July 19, 15:00 (3 PM) CEST General Registration Opens. Welcome!

Top 100 Ranked Women Longsword Fencers

Top 100 Ranked Fencers Women Longsword

From November 2018 – to April 2019


NameClub
1Elena MuzurinaTramazzone
2Michela D’OrlandoOrdine delle Lame Scaligere
3Miriam NovotnaTrnavský Šermiarsky Cech
4Ramona PolidoriScuola d’Arme Fiore dei Liberi
5Maurine BrimauWARRIOR BOX
6Joanna KoprowskaAkademia Szermierzy
7Julia Yli-HukkaGothenburg Historical Fencing School
8Eleonora ManoniSala d’Arme Achille Marozzo
9Sara VertanenEspoo HEMA
10Dani RosemundBold City Longsword
11Johanna HopfgartnerINDES Salzburg
12Nicole SmithBlood and Iron Martial Arts
13Eliisa KeskinenEHMS
14Аnna SolovejSteel
15Mariia DavydovaEscalibur
16Carla HuvermannGrün-Weiß Holten
17Diana MatthessKrifon
18Katy LehmanWisconsin Historical Fencing Association
19Beth HammerLonin League
20Amelia SchmeitsOmaha Kunst des Fechtens
21Kelsey CreedCymbrogi School of Western Martial Arts
22Kristine Aagot KonsmoGothenburg Historical Fencing School
23Romana ShemayevBent Blades
24Izabele Aparecida SaorinZwaard & Steen
25Kiana ShurkinMaryland Kunst des Fechtens
26Sandrine Leclerc-BillaultFrères d’AMHE
27Réka Daniella GulyásArs Ensis
28Jane JohnstonBlood and Iron Martial Arts
29Tiphaine VialleFrères d’AMHE
30Brittany ReevesMordhau Historical Combat
31Ann McKinneyCymbrogi School of Western Martial Arts
32Alexandra AustinLondon Historical Fencing Club
33Tosca BeumingDe Zwaardkring
34Alena RybanskáBratislavský šermiarsky spolok
35Sarah PotratzWisconsin Historical Fencing Association
36Katherine LivingstonGlen Lachlann Estate College of Arms
37Emilia SkirmunttThe School of the Sword
38Majken RoelfszemaMARS
39Maria MakarovaWaterloo Sparring Group
40Gerhild GrabitzerPSV-Graz
41Lisa Gauthier-PlanchenaultOst du Griffon Noir
42Martina MalinskaPardubický spolek šermířský
43Britt SjöqvistÖrebro HEMA
44Solène AllardAMHE Apicula Carcassona
45Charissa EagyVirginia Academy of Fencing
46Jessica LeSword to Sword
47Hana HornakovaCech Terra de Selinan
48Giada MassimiScuola d’Arme Fiore dei Liberi
49Jenny Sellén LindkvistLjungamarkens HEMA
50Rachel Van DykeSouth Coast Swords
51Györgyi CzifraKard Rendje
52Michaela TřetinováKlub šermu Trenčín
53Megan PajskiTriangle Sword Guild
54Hana Janet CrokeRichmond Kunst Des Fechtens
55Nicole GreenWisconsin Historical Fencing Association
56Lianna TeeterBlood and Iron Martial Arts
57Iuliia PichuginaUltima Ratio Sibir
58Amber DamareOrdo Procinctus
59Märta-Sofie GeijerÖrebro HEMA
60Rúna Iris MagnússonZwaard & Steen
61Amanda TrailIron Crown Kunst des Fechtens
62Josefin BohmanFrost HEMA
63Jamie KikilidisBroken Plow Western Martial Arts
64Anastasia VolkovaFreifechtergilde
65Tatiana TerekhovaMen With Swords
66Alena SorokinaWarning Fencing Team
67Lauren HansonNew York Historical Fencing Association
68Christina TwomblyBoston Armizare
69Victoria Andrade McKeehanKron Martial Arts
70Karolina PuterovaPugiles
71Katherine ConnorNashville HEMA
72Maria OrlovaGolden Falcon
73Julie OlsonAthena School of Arms
74Livia ČellárováDobrovoľný Šerm
75Alsu SaifutdinovaTramazzone
76Kirsten MeredithTrue Edge Academy of Swordsmanship
77Zoë ChandlerEHMS
78Hélène GeorgiouLa Salle d’Armes Escrime Ancienne
79Anna-Lotta ErikssonÖrebro HEMA
80Joanna PuchalskaARMA Poland Kraków
81Fran TerminielloThe School of the Sword
82Lisa LositoMaryland Kunst des Fechtens
83Ksenia KozhevnikovaBlood and Iron Martial Arts
84Margit ReiersenBergen HEMA
85Anastasia VlasovaFreifechtergilde
86Stéfany CantinAcadémie Scrimicie
87Silvia HrinováMichalovský spolok šermiarsky
88Martina StaziScuola d’Arme Fiore dei Liberi
89Nadia PartalaEHMS
90Ashley PolasekSword Carolina
91Marcjanna Magdalena JelińskaFreifechter Wrocław
92Krisztina NagyTrnavský Šermiarsky Cech
93Sophie ProiettoMédiéval Combat
94Daria IliinykhGolden Falcon
95Amanda ClarkBlood and Iron Martial Arts
96Cat SmithThe Iron Door Collective
97Alicia CroweWisconsin Historical Fencing Association
98Natalia BalybinaUltima Ratio Sibir
99Olga SlovarevaRenaissance Fencing School
100Malwina KołbARMA Poland Poznan

Accommodation

ACCOMMODATION

All participants at Swordfish will be able to sleep in Aktiviteten (that is, the same place where the seminars are held) where breakfast will also be served every morning.

Those who intend to stay to do so should, of course, bring:

  • Sleeping bags
  • Inflatable mattresses
  • What else you require to get a good night’s sleep

Ear plugs are also recommended; you will not have your own hotel suite, and there’s always someone who snores, isn’t there?

For those who arrive Thursday evening, it will be possible to stay at Aktiviteten that night as well. If you plan on doing so and will arrive late at night (past 12pm), please let us know in advance.

If you wish to have more comfortable accommodations we suggest you look at the following option:

Scandic Hotel Mölndal
As usual we have a special deal discount to offer if you book a room and enter the following registration code: BSWO311019. This offer stands at Scandic Hotel Mölndal. Book by phone (+46 31 751 52 00), or at the website. This offer is accessible until October 1st, or until all rooms are booked, whichever comes first.
If you choose to stay in Mölndal, the room rate is:
Single room – 990 SEK
Double – 1090 SEK
Triple – 1350 SEK
Quadruple – 1450 SEK

Conduct of Bouts & Ruleset

Conduct of Bouts & Ruleset – Swordfish XIV 

1. Organizational hierarchy

The organizational hierarchy of the tournament consists of multiple elements that all play a vital part in getting such a large undertaking to run smoothly.

Tournament Manager: In charge of the tournament on site and responsible for making all final decisions during the execution of the tournament. Present during the tournament they are responsible for.

Referee: Responsible for running all bouts on one mat. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • starting/stopping bout
  • announcing score
  • clearing up misunderstandings
  • giving out penalties

Judges: Those responsible for judging the fencers and awarding points during the bout based on their impression of what happened during each exchange.

Secretariat: Announces bouts, keeps time and score and makes sure fencers are given red and blue armbands.

In addition to those filling these roles there are three vital components to all tournaments: fencers, seconds (coaches) and audience. For the purposes of this text, “fencers” and “seconds” refers only to the two fencers and up to two seconds who are involved in a bout. All others are considered members of the audience.

For a tournament to run as efficiently and correctly as possible, it is important to establish proper communication channels between all parties involved. If the fencers or the seconds have any concerns during a bout, they can address the referee by calling a time-out. Members of the audience can direct their questions and comments to the tournament manager. The tournament manager can address the referee between exchanges or during the bout should the issue require immediate attention.

Under no circumstances are members of the audience to address anyone involved in the ongoing bout. Anyone who has a question, complaint or comment between bouts is to direct their issue to the tournament manager. 

2. General

Fencers participate at their own risk and discretion, so long as they follow the spirit of the tournament rules. Each bout must maintain a polite quality, with instructions from tournament officials respected.

  • Fencers will receive either a red or blue armband before each bout and will be known by their color during the bout. Fencers will start the bout in their respective corners.
  • The bout begins when the referee calls “fence”. When the referee calls “break”, the fencers must separate and return to their corners, remaining there until the referee calls “fence” again.
  • Bouts are fought to:
    • 8 points for Longsword and Sabre
    • 10 points for Rapier & Dagger and Sword & Buckler
    • or until the bout time runs out (whichever comes first)
  • At the end of the bout the fencer with the highest points will be declared the winner.
  • In a pool round, a bout ending in a draw will be registered as a half-win.
  • During the elimination rounds, a bout ending in a draw will continue to sudden death. Sudden death is fought until one fencer scores at least one point more than the other fencer in an exchange.
  • A bout is fought for 3 minutes or until one fencer has reached the score cap (whichever comes first, as previously mentioned)
  • Timekeeping is not paused during scoring; in case there is a longer break in the bout for any reason, the referee will call a time-out.
  • The table will call “Last exchange!” 10 seconds before the time limit is reached. That exchange will be allowed to be run to its end, as long as the fencers are actively trying to fence. If the exchange becomes too passive, the referee will call “break” thus ending the bout.
  • At the end of the bout, the table will announce the score to the referee, who will then officially announce the winner of the match along with the final score.
  • The finals will be fought in a 3×3 round format, with best-of-three as winner. As with other bouts, each round will be fought until the score cap is reached (8 points for Longsword and Sabre, 10 points for Rapier&Dagger and Sword&Buckler) or 3 minutes have passed (whichever comes first) with the scoring reset after each round. Should the fencers be tied after 3 rounds, sudden death will ensue (same procedure as with eliminations).

3. Scoring

Note: During the pools, bouts will be run on 4×8 meter pists with a 1+1 set-up (one referee + one judge). Under this set-up, the referee acts both as a referee and a judge, with ultimate veto rights on calls made and points awarded. The protocol and semaphore are the same as in a 4+1 set-up (one referee + four judges), with the main differences being there is no “majority” to take into account and the referee and judge will naturally interact more closely when making calls. For some eliminations and onwards, a 4+1 set-up will be used on larger mats.

  • Upon first successful hit during an exchange, a judge will call “point”
  • After giving tempo for an after-blow, the referee will call “break”
  • The fencers must cease interacting, separate, and return to their corners
  • After giving the judges a moment to reflect upon the exchange the referee will call “judges”
  • Each judge will indicate the highest scoring blow for each fencer that happened within one tempo of the initial hit. This means that if the fencer who struck first can hit a higher-scoring target within one tempo, this hit is valid.
  • The semaphore is as follows:
    • Hit landed on 3(2)-point-target: judge holds the flag vertically up
    • Hit landed on 1-point-target: judge holds the flag horizontally sideways
    • No valid hit landed: judge holds the flag low, crossed in front of their body
    • Insufficient quality: judge waves flag low in front of their legs
  • Each fencer will score as follows (relevant only for 4+1 set-up):
    • If two or more judges agree on the score, the fencer scores that amount
    • If two or more judges agree on a hit, but disagree on the score:
      • Two judges for higher score, one for lower score — higher score awarded
      • One judge for higher score, two for lower score — lower score awarded
      • One judge for higher score, one for lower score — lower score awarded
  • The referee announces the points for both fencers to the secretariat
  • The secretariat then subtracts the lower score from the higher score, and announces the final score for the exchange

Note: after-blows and simultaneous (double) hits are treated the same and both score regardless of who struck first. The hits from both fencers are scored independently by the judges. The secretariat is responsible for calculating the final score for the exchange.

  • Incidental strikes, cuts with questionable edge alignment, very light cuts with the point and cuts made with a very small arc do not score. It is up to the fencers to demonstrate quality, intentional hits.
  • Marking attacks with sword or body which are held back for safety reasons will still score (for example, indicating a strike to the back of the head).
  • The following targets are illegal, and are worth no points:
    • Back of the head
    • Spine
    • Groin
    • Back of the knee
    • Achilles tendon
    • Feet

3.1 Scoring with Longsword

  • Only attacks with the edge, point or pommel score points
  • Strikes with the cross-guard are not allowed
  • All strikes must be executed in a controlled fashion
  • A strike, thrust or slice to the head or neck area is worth 2 points
  • A thrust to the torso is worth 2 points
  • All other legal attacks and pommel strikes are worth 1 point
  • Any strike made outside of grappling with only one hand holding the sword is worth 1 point, no matter the target hit

3.2 Scoring with Rapier & Dagger

  • Only attacks with the edge, point or pommel score points
  • All strikes must be executed in a controlled fashion
  • A thrust with the rapier to the head, neck or torso is worth 3 points
  • All other legal attacks are worth 1 point, including all attacks with the dagger and all cuts

3.3 Scoring with Sword & Buckler

Scored the same as Longsword, with the following additions/exceptions:

  • Controlled strikes with the boss of the buckler to the front of the mask are worth 1 point (strikes with the edge of the buckler are not allowed)
  • An attack from the bind warrants 1 additional point, to be given by the referee
  • The last point in section 3.1 is, obviously, not relevant for S&B

3.4 Scoring with Sabre

Scored the same as longsword with the following additions/exceptions:

  • Strikes must be executed with the front edge to score
  • Controlled strikes with the basket to the front of the mask are worth 1 point
  • The last point in section 3.1 is, obviously, not relevant for Sabre

3.5 Scoring During Grappling

In a grappling situation, a fencer can score by:

  • striking with the weapon(s)
  • using grappling actions
  • demonstrating dominance

These special situations are scored by the referee alone (the judges only score strikes with the sword) and by the following protocol:

  • The referee will halt the action when:
    • A judge calls “point”
    • A fencer executes a scoring grappling technique
    • A fencer demonstrates dominance
    • The referee thinks there is a safety issue
    • The grappling is at stalemate (approx. 5 seconds without clear dominance)
  • All throws and takedowns must be executed with control and respect for the opponent.
  • Unarmed strikes (save from strikes with the elbows and knees) are allowed but do not score points
  • Grabbing and maintaining a hold on a stationary sword is allowed
  • The following scores 1 point in grappling:
    • If a fencer pushes both feet of his opponent outside the mat, and remains inside with at least one foot
  • Likewise, if a fencer accidentally leaves the mat with both feet, his opponent is awarded 1 point (strikes with the sword by a fencer outside the arena do not score, while strikes with the sword against a fencer outside the arena score as normal)
  • The following is only applicable for Longsword, Sword & Buckler and Sabre (for Rapier, takedowns are disallowed and will result in a warning)
    • If a fencer uses a takedown placing any part of the opponent other than the feet on the mat, she is awarded 2 points
    • If a fencer should fall on his own, his opponent is awarded 1 point
    • Going down on one knee or touching the mat with one hand outside grappling does not award the opponent any points
    • Takedowns intended to land the opponent on their head are not allowed
  • Disarming an opponent’s sword scores 2 points (3 points in Rapier) if grappling distance is broken
  • If a fencer loses their sword for any reason outside of grappling distance, their opponent will be awarded 2 points (3 points in Rapier)
  • Scoring by grappling is secondary to scoring with strikes of the sword. If a fencer is struck with a sword while executing a grappling technique, only the strike with the sword will score
  • Striking an opponent that is disarmed or on the ground is not allowed

4. Double hits

Even though simultaneous hits score fully, they are often a result of poor swordsmanship. Because of this the referee is obliged to (after the scoring is determined) decide if the action was an obvious double hit. If so, it still scores, but the double hit is noted by the secretariat. Two double hits lead to the removal of 1 match point for both fencers.

5. Errors and penalties

Each bout should be conducted in a safe and respectful manner. The penalties for violations against these guidelines are, in order of escalation:

  1. Loss of point
  2. Loss of bout
  3. Disqualification from tournament
  4. Expulsion from premises

The referee will rule according to the guidelines below: 

OffenseLowest Penalty
Late to ring for own boutLoss of point
Non-regulatory equipment (post gear check)Loss of point
Leaving the mat without permissionLoss of point
Addressing the referee before the final score for the exchange is announcedLoss of point
Unwarranted suspension of the boutLoss of point
Turning the back to the opponent before the referee calls “break”Loss of point
Taking the mask off before the referee calls “break”Loss of point
Striking after the referee calls “break”Loss of point
Uncontrolled fencingLoss of point
Violent, dangerous or vindictive actionDisqualification from tournament
Intentional brutalityExpulsion from premises
Refusal to obey the refereeLoss of point
Refusal to salute the opponent after boutDisqualification from tournament
Interfering with order on the matDisqualification from tournament
Unauthorized agreementsDisqualification from tournament

Violation against the sportsman spirit includes, but is not limited to:

  • using foul language
  • throwing equipment
  • disrespecting the referee
  • threatening members of staff

In cases where an offense cannot be properly addressed by the referee during the bout it is possible for the referee or any of the fencers to make an appeal to the Tournament Manager. The TM has the opportunity to remove match points from a fencer for a violation that hasn’t been fully addressed during the bout, after the bout.

6. Injuries

If a fencer is injured during the bout, the referee will call a time-out and the medical staff will examine the fencer. If the medical staff clears the fencer to continue, and the fencer wishes to do so, the bout may proceed. If the bout cannot continue within 3 minutes the injured fencer will forfeit the bout. While medical staff is active on one mat, all fencing on other mats will be paused until the medical staff gives the clear for fencing to continue. This is to give medical staff the room to work undisturbed and to prevent any new injuries to occur while the medical staff is busy.

7. Equipment failure

The referee will call a time-out when equipment being broken or displaced is noticed. If a fencer or judge notices an equipment failure, they should point it out to the referee. If a piece of personal protective gear is broken, the fencer has 3 minutes to find a replacement. If this is not possible the fencer will have forfeited the bout.

Top 100 Ranked Fencers Rapier and Dagger

Top 100 Ranked Fencers Rapier & Dagger

From November 2018 – to April 2019

  Name Club
1 Ivan Novichenko Men With Swords
2 Piermarco Terminiello The School of the Sword
3 Dmitry Gibadullin UKRF
4 Kirill Danilov White Company
5 Martin Janičina Žoldnieri
6 Heiko Meckbach Historisches Schwertfechten Nordhessen
7 Martin Belcredi Vlček Škola šermu Paridon
8 Sergey Kultaev Freifechtergilde
9 Vadim Kravchenko FFC Paladin
10 Alexey Perkov Tramazzone
11 Francesco Lodà Accademia Romana d’Armi
12 Evgeniy Volodkov White Company
13 Martin Fabian Bratislavský šermiarsky spolok
14 Matthys Kool Historisch Vrijvechten Nederland
15 Kristofer Stanson Stockholms Stigmän
16 Sergey Volkov White Company
17 Matthew Crane The School of the Sword
18 Victor Harder Hesel Københavns Historiske Fægteklub
19 Alexander Makarov Waterloo Sparring Group
20 Alexander Ryabov Renaissance Fencing School
21 Tomasz Kraśnicki Rebel Fencing Szkoła Szermierki Klasycznej
22 Jeremy Austin Schola St. George
23 Matteo D’Uffizi Accademia Romana d’Armi
24 Sergei Geraskin Freifechtergilde
25 Andrey Muzurin Tramazzone
26 Bystrík Holeček Trnavský Šermiarsky Cech
27 Stefano Ciamei Accademia Romana d’Armi
28 Aleksander Frydrych N/A
29 Tim Kaufman New York Historical Fencing Association
30 Axel Pettersson Gothenburg Historical Fencing School
31 Aleksander Dynarek Mordschlag Łódź
32 Ami Viholainen EHMS
33 Dmitriy Usoltsev Golden Falcon
34 Kristine Aagot Konsmo Gothenburg Historical Fencing School
35 Pawel Ponichtera Mordschlag Łódź
36 Heiko Schwartz Historisches Schwertfechten Nordhessen
37 Aleksandr Savochkin UKRF
38 Mckenzie Adlai Ewing Atlanta Freifechter
39 Marcin Bialek Akademia Broni
40 Rafal Kalus Akademia Szermierzy
41 Rob Runacres The Renaissance Sword Club
42 Kevin Murakoshi Sacramento Sword School
43 Olga Slovareva Renaissance Fencing School
44 Stewart Hotston The School of the Sword
45 Toby Hall New York Historical Fencing Association
46 Borislav Krustev School of Historical Swordsmanship MOTUS
47 Andreas Isaksson Uppsala Historiska Fäktskola
48 Emanuele Fichera Accademia Romana d’Armi
49 Maciej Kwiek ARMA Poland Poznan
50 Leoš Malec Škola šermu Paridon
51 Marco Pavanello ASD Scherma Storica Pavia
52 Mikhail Bakir FFC Paladin
53 Adrian Faulkner The School of the Sword
54 Mikhail Danshin Canto Spada
55 Kasten Harris The School of the Sword
56 Oleg Rodionov Fencing Fanatics
57 Monica Gaudio Society for Creative Anachronism
58 Jay Maxwell Waterloo Sparring Group
59 Ben Floyd Krieg School
60 Michael Prendergast SCA Dun in Mara
61 David Biggs Tattershall School of Defense
62 Nathan Grepares Sword to Sword
63 Zdeněk Brýdl Škola šermu Paridon
64 Håvard Lund Eidheim Fekteklubben Frie Duellister
65 Mateusz Konopacki Mordschlag Łódź
66 Benedetto Antonio Colombo Sala d’Arme Achille Marozzo
67 Marcus Lewis Atlanta Freifechter
68 André Hajjar Sesé La Compagnie Médiévale
69 Szczepan Łakomy Poznańska Grupa Fechtunku Salut
70 Rafal Kramek ARMA Poland Wroclaw
71 Dennis Ljungqvist Kungshamns Historiska Fäktskola
72 Benjamin Bott Scuola di Scherma
73 Dalibor Borek Belfín Digladior
74 Sam Brennan Booth London Historical Fencing Club
75 Harvey Marshall N/A
76 Reinis Rinka HEMA Riga
77 Tim Davis Krieg School
78 William Joseph Maryland Kunst des Fechtens
79 Bradley Cramer University of West Florida Fencing
80 Filip Łakomy Poznańska Grupa Fechtunku Salut
81 Hans Jörnlind Gamla Stans Fäktskola
82 Andrei Skrynko Ultima Ratio Sibir
83 Evgeniy Pleshakov UKRF
84 Georgiy Burobin Golden Forests
85 Martin Tibenský Trnavský Šermiarsky Cech
86 David Powell N/A
87 Vadim Zaharov Canto Spada
88 Jan Schäfer Schwertspiel Dresden
89 Stanisław Nagórski Fechtschule Gdańsk
90 Danilo Quibrino I Cavalieri de li Terre Tarantine
91 Adam Simmons Phoenix Society of Historical Swordsmanship
92 Jean-Charles IZE Frères d’AMHE
93 Tommaso Jacchia Accademia Romana d’Armi
94 Enrico Campobello La Sala delle Armi
95 Ruslan Verestchagin FFC Paladin
96 Piotr Przanowski Bractwo Szermiercze
97 Joris Jacobs Sumus Soldani
98 Evgenii Shibeev Challenge
99 Cameron Metcalf Grand Valley State University HEMA Club
100 Lee Smith Blood and Iron Martial Arts
101 Björn Carlander Stockholms Stigmän
102 Florian Fortner Klingenspiel
103 Peter Klatte Historisches Schwertfechten Nordhessen

Top 100 Ranked Fencers Sabre

Top 100 Ranked Fencers Sabre

From November 2018 – to April 2019

  Name Club Best rank
1 Dmitry Gibadullin UKRF 1
2 Kirill Danilov White Company 2
3 Antoni Olbrychski Akademia Szermierzy 2
4 Evgeniy Volodkov White Company 3
5 Ivan Kashitsyn White Company 3
6 Aleksander Frydrych N/A 4
7 Alexander Ryabov Renaissance Fencing School 6
8 Christopher Godwin Australis Scherma Scuola di Spada e Sciabola 6
9 Kristofer Stanson Stockholms Stigmän 7
10 Vadim Kravchenko FFC Paladin 7
11 Anton Cherepnin White Company 9
12 Victor Harder Hesel Københavns Historiske Fægteklub 10
13 Sergey Volkov White Company 11
14 Grzegorz Sarna Akademia Szermierzy 12
15 Konrad Kramarz Mordschlag Łódź 12
16 Dennis Ljungqvist Kungshamns Historiska Fäktskola 14
17 Daniel Green Vanguard Swordsmanship Academy 15
18 Andrei Andreev Renaissance Fencing School 15
19 Mark Holgate Adelaide Sword Academy 17
20 Pedro San Miguel Schola Gladiatoria 18
21 Dmitriy Usoltsev Golden Falcon 18
22 Phillip Burgstahler Richmond Kunst Des Fechtens 19
23 Aleksandr Savochkin UKRF 19
24 Amir Sheikh-Warak Schola Gladiatoria 19
25 Szczepan Łakomy Poznańska Grupa Fechtunku Salut 19
26 Matthys Kool Historisch Vrijvechten Nederland 20
27 Axel Pettersson Gothenburg Historical Fencing School 21
28 Sergey Vasiliev Golden Falcon 22
29 Filip Łakomy Poznańska Grupa Fechtunku Salut 24
30 Vyacheslav Korotovskikh NoName 25
31 Giulio Schifino ASD Scherma Storica Pavia 26
32 Alexey Trekin MIPT Historical Simulation Club 29
33 Michael Roth Heartland HEMA Historical Fencing Club 29
34 Petr Vasiliev Golden Falcon 31
35 Maxim Yun PLK 31
36 Rowan Skilbeck Waterloo Sparring Group 32
37 Mikhail Bakir FFC Paladin 33
38 Håvard Lund Eidheim Fekteklubben Frie Duellister 33
39 Piermarco Terminiello The School of the Sword 34
40 Alexey Perkov Tramazzone 34
41 Kristian Ruokonen EHMS 36
42 Johan Lundby Stockholms Stigmän 37
43 Bart Jongsma Historisch Vrijvechten Nederland 38
44 Magnus Lundborg Uppsala Historiska Fäktskola 40
45 Alexander Makarov Waterloo Sparring Group 41
46 Thomas Nyzell Uppsala Historiska Fäktskola 42
47 Alexander Makarov Edinorog 42
48 Karol Rejmanowski Akademia Szermierzy 43
49 Justin Jay Mackley Glen Lachlann Estate College of Arms 43
50 Vladimir Nasretdinov HEMA Academy 43
51 Thomas Couturier La Salle d’Armes Escrime Ancienne 44
52 Vincent Chiu Valkyrie Western Martial Arts Assembly 45
53 Aleksandr Dobrogorskii Warning Fencing Team 46
54 Daniele Adami Ordine delle Lame Scaligere 47
55 Dorian Canham AURA Combat Historique 47
56 Tim Fuke London Longsword Academy 49
57 Oleg Kolganov FFC Paladin 50
58 Benjamin Pope Vanguard Swordsmanship Academy 51
59 Shawn Fackler Loyal Order of the Sword 53
60 Frank Zamary Royal Arts Fencing Academy 53
61 Chris Castle Schola Gladiatoria 54
62 Daniel Pope Scholar Victoria 55
63 Daniel Arnold Collegium in Armis 55
64 Alexander Nechiporenko Renaissance Fencing School 56
65 Burak Urgancioglu L’Épée Blanche 56
66 Viacheslav Vedeneev Renaissance Fencing School 57
67 Sean Martin Corsair Fencing Club 57
68 Evgeniy Pleshakov UKRF 58
69 Alexander Strakhov Tramazzone 59
70 Alessandro Christiani ASD Scherma Storica Pavia 60
71 Martin Wilkinson Schola Gladiatoria 60
72 Radik Shagabutdinov NoName 62
73 Michail Demidov UKRF 63
74 Michael Smallridge The Iron Door Collective 64
75 Andrey Muzurin Tramazzone 66
76 Nikita Nenilin Forest Brotherhood 66
77 Emma Fowler Australis Scherma Scuola di Spada e Sciabola 69
78 Andreas Isaksson Uppsala Historiska Fäktskola 70
79 Mariia Davydova Escalibur 71
80 Aleksandr Zaika Ultima Ratio Sibir 72
81 Jerzy Miklaszewski Silkfencing Team 72
82 Ilia Rebrov UKRF 74
83 Timothy Maurer Second Intent Fencing 74
84 Ignacio González Garcia Sala de Armas Salvatore Fabris 75
85 Alexey Borisov Tramazzone 76
86 Stanisław Nagórski Fechtschule Gdańsk 76
87 Mikko Lehto EHMS 77
88 Andrey Kozlov FFC Paladin 77
89 John Osborn Royal Arts Fencing Academy 79
90 Andrei Skrynko Ultima Ratio Sibir 79
91 Mikhail Krivelev Mistral 79
92 Mark Gilbert Riddle of Steel 81
93 Ivan Ermolin NoName 82
94 Richárd Pávay Anjou Udvari Lovagkör 83
95 Łukasz Dąbrowski Fechtschule Gdańsk 83
96 Piotr Przanowski Bractwo Szermiercze 84
97 Grzegorz Brzeziński Toruńska Szkoła Fechtunku 85
98 Gaël Marais École Chevaleresque 85
99 Roman Pomelov FFC Paladin 86
100 Arsenii Kalinovich True Edge Academy of Swordsmanship 86
101 Ingulf Popp-Kohlweiss INDES Salzburg 87
102 William Joseph Maryland Kunst des Fechtens 87
103 Robert N. Smith Nickel City Longsword Academy 87

Top 100 Ranked Fencers Sword and Buckler

Top 100 Ranked Fencers Sword & Buckler

From November 2018 – to April 2019

  Name Club
1 Kristofer Stanson Stockholms Stigmän
2 Lee Smith Blood and Iron Martial Arts
3 Daniel Green Vanguard Swordsmanship Academy
4 Evgeniy Volodkov White Company
5 Dmitry Gibadullin UKRF
6 Dennis Ljungqvist Kungshamns Historiska Fäktskola
7 Mikhail Bakir FFC Paladin
8 Antoni Olbrychski Akademia Szermierzy
9 Björn Carlander Stockholms Stigmän
10 Zdeněk Brýdl Škola šermu Paridon
11 Alexander Makarov Waterloo Sparring Group
12 Axel Pettersson Gothenburg Historical Fencing School
13 Jay Maxwell Waterloo Sparring Group
14 Paolo Urgesi Sala d’Arme Achille Marozzo
15 James Campbell House Darksun
16 Kristian Guivarra Vanguard Swordsmanship Academy
17 Thomas Lobo WARRIOR BOX
18 Håvard Lund Eidheim Fekteklubben Frie Duellister
19 Riccardo Rudilosso Sala d’Arme Achille Marozzo
20 Marcus Stobbe En Garde Fencing
21 Devis Carli Sala d’Arme Achille Marozzo
22 Federico Dall’Olio La Salle d’Armes Escrime Ancienne
23 Mikko Lehto EHMS
24 Mark Holgate Adelaide Sword Academy
25 Manuel Alvarez Vilariño Esgrima Antiga Pontevedra
26 Domenico Fichera Sala d’Arme Achille Marozzo
27 Eddy Louis Forte Swordplay
28 Adam Kaye School of Historical Defense Arts
29 Shawn Fackler Loyal Order of the Sword
30 Kirill Danilov White Company
31 Jesse Tucker Blood and Iron Martial Arts
32 Stephen Kime Blood and Iron Martial Arts
33 Thomas Nyzell Uppsala Historiska Fäktskola
34 Stewart Hotston The School of the Sword
35 Dorian Canham AURA Combat Historique
36 Kyle Griswold Mordhau Historical Combat
37 Stephen Cheney Medieval European Martial Arts Guild
38 Damián Troncoso Saavedra Sala Viguesa de Esgrima Antiga
39 Bystrík Holeček Trnavský Šermiarsky Cech
40 Gaël Marais École Chevaleresque
41 Vasily Moiseenko Freifechtergilde
42 Alex Roberson Sword Fighter Gold Coast
43 David Rowe Virginia Academy of Fencing
44 Bill Grandy Virginia Academy of Fencing
45 Edward Craig The School of Historical Fencing
46 Jeremy Pace Cymbrogi School of Western Martial Arts
47 André Hajjar Sesé La Compagnie Médiévale
48 Daniel Lopez Varela 100Tolos HEMA
49 Dmitriy Usoltsev Golden Falcon
50 Juraj Zamkovský Banskobystrický šermiarsky spolok
51 Matthew Crane The School of the Sword
52 Andreas Markehed Malmö Historiska Fäktskola
53 Rubén Rodríguez Alonso Academia Asturiana de la Espada
54 Jake Richards Sword Fighter Gold Coast
55 Gilles Carriere École Chevaleresque
56 Christopher Godwin Australis Scherma Scuola di Spada e Sciabola
57 Kevin Willi Long Island Historical Fencing Society
58 Luis Manuel García Simón Sala de Armas Hernando de Acuña
59 Benedetto Antonio Colombo Sala d’Arme Achille Marozzo
60 Toby Hall New York Historical Fencing Association
61 Anthony Buonomo Austin Historical Weapons Guild
62 Georgy Burobin Golden Forests
63 Nicola Rondinella Compagnia Della Rosa e Della Spada
64 Aleksander Dynarek Mordschlag Łódź
65 Frédéric Tracy In Custodia
66 Rodrigo Presa Gomez Sala Viguesa de Esgrima Antiga
67 Gindi Wauchope The School of Historical Fencing
68 Kristine Aagot Konsmo Gothenburg Historical Fencing School
69 Marco Pavanello ASD Scherma Storica Pavia
70 Andrej Valacsay Bratislavský šermiarsky spolok
71 Andrew Weems Denver Historical Fencing Academy
72 Robin Halldin Stockholm HEMA
73 Peter Smallridge Waterloo Sparring Group
74 Ondrej Šauša Bratislavský šermiarsky spolok
75 Thierry Lalain Les Guerriers du Lendemain
76 Adam Simmons Phoenix Society of Historical Swordsmanship
77 Thomas Nyløkken Fekteklubben Frie Duellister
78 Piotr Przanowski Bractwo Szermiercze
79 Shane Gibson Phoenix Society of Historical Swordsmanship
80 Magnus Lundborg Uppsala Historiska Fäktskola
81 Pawel Mamelka Mordschlag Łódź
82 Garrett Baker Cymbrogi School of Western Martial Arts
83 Ben Blythe Phoenix Society of Historical Swordsmanship
84 Matthieu Dutheil École Chevaleresque
85 Pike Pullen New York Historical Fencing Association
86 Jason Brown Swordguild Portland
87 Matthys Kool Historisch Vrijvechten Nederland
88 David Biggs Tattershall School of Defense
89 Michal Sadowski Poznańska Grupa Fechtunku Salut
90 Joonas Peltokorpi Jyväskylän Historiallisen Miekkailun Seura
91 Brett Kagan The School of Historical Fencing
92 Greg Tsagris Medieval Swordplay Canada
93 Efren Faraldo Figueira Asociacion Naronesa de Esgrima Antigua
94 Martin Janičina Žoldnieri
95 Daniele Adami Ordine delle Lame Scaligere
96 Grzegorz Sarna Akademia Szermierzy
97 Ryan Zukowski Long Island Historical Fencing Society
98 Daniel Arnold Collegium in Armis
99 Bryan Johnson Schola St. George
100 Kristian Ruokonen EHMS

Top 100 Ranked Fencers Mixed Longsword

Top 100 Ranked Fencers Mixed Longsword

From November 2018 – to April 2019

  Name Club Best rank Total months as Top Dawg
1 Dennis Ljungqvist Kungshamns Historiska Fäktskola 1 6
2 Martin Fabian Bratislavský šermiarsky spolok 2 6
3 Sergey Kultaev Freifechtergilde 2 6
4 Jeremy Pace Cymbrogi School of Western Martial Arts 2 6
5 Matthys Kool Historisch Vrijvechten Nederland 5 6
6 Kristian Guivarra Vanguard Swordsmanship Academy 6 6
7 Moreno Dei Ricci Sala d’Armi Guardia di Croce 6 6
8 Antoni Olbrychski Akademia Szermierzy 8 6
9 Arto Fama Zwaard & Steen 8 6
10 Michel Rensen Zwaard & Steen 8 6
11 Mckenzie Adlai Ewing Atlanta Freifechter 8 6
12 Kristian Ruokonen EHMS 9 6
13 Christopher Godwin Australis Scherma Scuola di Spada e Sciabola 9 6
14 Federico Dall’Olio La Salle d’Armes Escrime Ancienne 11 6
15 Daniel Pope Scholar Victoria 12 6
16 Anton Kohutovič Trnavský Šermiarsky Cech 13 6
17 James Campbell House Darksun 16 6
18 Axel Pettersson Gothenburg Historical Fencing School 17 6
19 Carl Ryrberg Örebro HEMA 18 6
20 Bystrík Holeček Trnavský Šermiarsky Cech 20 6
21 Michael Melnikov Freifechtergilde 20 6
22 Håvard Lund Eidheim Fekteklubben Frie Duellister 21 6
23 Ivan Novichenko Men With Swords 22 6
24 Derek Nash Cymbrogi School of Western Martial Arts 23 6
25 Vasily Moiseenko Freifechtergilde 24 6
26 Thomas Nyzell Uppsala Historiska Fäktskola 24 6
27 Lee Smith Blood and Iron Martial Arts 24 6
28 Phillip Burgstahler Richmond Kunst Des Fechtens 25 4
29 Jacopo Penso La Sala delle Armi 27 6
30 Kamil Hozák Pardubický spolek šermířský 27 6
31 Jake Norwood Capital Kunst des Fechtens 27 6
32 Thomas Couturier La Salle d’Armes Escrime Ancienne 28 6
33 Toby Hall New York Historical Fencing Association 29 6
34 Chris Hobbs Steel City Historical Fencing 29 6
35 Thomas Lobo WARRIOR BOX 30 6
36 Joris Jacobs Sumus Soldani 32 6
37 Victor Lavialle La Salle d’Armes Escrime Ancienne 32 6
38 Alen Lovrič Academia Artis Dimicatoriae 32 6
39 Alexander Makarov Waterloo Sparring Group 33 6
40 Jack Gassmann Goats Head Historical Fencing 34 6
41 Michael Smallridge The Iron Door Collective 35 6
42 Marcus Lewis Atlanta Freifechter 36 6
43 Damián Troncoso Saavedra Sala Viguesa de Esgrima Antiga 36 6
44 Dmitriy Usoltsev Golden Falcon 38 5
45 Mark Holgate Adelaide Sword Academy 38 6
46 Stephen Cheney Medieval European Martial Arts Guild 40 6
47 Ryan Carlson Center for Blade Arts 40 6
48 Daniel Lopez Varela 100Tolos HEMA 41 6
49 Tim Kaufman New York Historical Fencing Association 42 6
50 Alex Roberson Sword Fighter Gold Coast 42 6
51 Eddy Louis Forte Swordplay 44 6
52 Georgiy Burobin Golden Forests 45 6
53 Jakub Wrzalik ARMA Poland Warszawa 46 6
54 Kyle Toelle Cymbrogi School of Western Martial Arts 47 6
55 Matt Olesen Center for Blade Arts 48 6
56 Pavel Böhm Bellátor 48 6
57 Kyle Griswold Mordhau Historical Combat 51 6
58 Lukas Mästle-Goer Schwabenfedern 52 1
59 Rafal Kalus Akademia Szermierzy 52 6
60 Zdeněk Brýdl Škola šermu Paridon 52 6
61 Maciej Kwiek ARMA Poland Poznan 53 6
62 Toby Lunn Big Tree Combat Club 53 6
63 Ionut Zainea Societas Milites Getae 54 6
64 Fanouris Larentzakis Meandros HEMA Team Piraeus 54 2
65 Engelbert Spronk Zwaard & Steen 55 4
66 Daniel Bartholomaus Ciupka Bellum Nobile 57 6
67 Matthieu Mosset-Coelho Teixeira La Salle d’Armes Escrime Ancienne 57 6
68 Nathan Grepares Sword to Sword 59 6
69 Jeremy Halliday United Clans Swordsman Association 59 3
70 Mikko Lehto EHMS 60 4
71 Tomáš Sucha Bratislavský šermiarsky spolok 60 6
72 David Grijmans De Zwaardkring 61 6
73 Aaron Karnuta Denver Historical Fencing Academy 61 6
74 Davide Chiolero Il Contemezzocuore Compagnia D’arme 62 1
75 Christian Heusch Scuola d’Arme Fiore dei Liberi 62 1
76 Jamie MacIver London Historical Fencing Club 64 3
77 Miro Lahtela EHMS 64 6
78 Anders Linnard Gothenburg Historical Fencing School 66 6
79 Samuel Gassmann Goats Head Historical Fencing 66 6
80 Jesper Christiansen Örebro HEMA 67 5
81 Max van den Ekart De Zwaardkring 67 6
82 Martin Tibenský Trnavský Šermiarsky Cech 68 6
83 Rowan Skilbeck Waterloo Sparring Group 70 5
84 Daniel Olivier Sutter Leo et Ursus 71 5
85 Bart Jongsma Historisch Vrijvechten Nederland 73 2
86 Yannick De smet SwArta 73 5
87 John Patterson Phoenix Society of Historical Swordsmanship 74 5
88 Jimmy Olsson Gothenburg Historical Fencing School 74 6
89 Arthur Herbst Schwertspiel Dresden 74 1
90 Borislav Krustev School of Historical Swordsmanship MOTUS 76 1
91 Sam Street Wisconsin Historical Fencing Association 77 5
92 Giulio Schifino ASD Scherma Storica Pavia 77 2
93 Peter Vrabec Trnavský Šermiarsky Cech 78 3
94 Jonathan Middleton Waterloo Sparring Group 79 5
95 Daniel Green Vanguard Swordsmanship Academy 80 1
96 Travis Mayott Maryland Kunst des Fechtens 82 2
97 Carlos Torres Rodríguez Esgrima Antiga Pontevedra 82 4
98 Marshall Strong Schola St. George 85 2
99 Dustin Reagan Redlands Fencing Center 86 2
100 Alexander Fürgut Schwabenfedern 86 1