Swordfish XIII has ended – Medals and gratitude!

Swordfish XIII ended on Sunday, November 4th.

Tons of gratitude to all the people that took part in any way to the competitions, the staffing and/or the organisation: all of you made it possible! Thank you! *hugs* 😀

 

Let’s conclude with the list of medalists:

Rapier & Dagger
1. Alexey Perkov – Tramazzone (Russia)
2. Sergey Kultaev – Freifechtergilde (Russia)
3. Aleksander Dynarek – Mordschlag Lódz (Poland)

Women’s Longsword
1. Elena Muzurina – Tramazzone (Russia)
2. Izabele Aparecida Saorin – Zwaard & Steen (Netherlands)
3. Michela D’Orlando – Ordine delle Lame Scaligere (Italy)

Sabre:
1. Dmitry Gibadullin – UKRF (Russia)
2. Konrad Kramarz – Mordschlag Lódz (Poland)
3. Antoni Olbrychski – Akademia Szermierzy (Poland)

Sword & Buckler
1. Mikhail Bakir – FFC Paladin (Russia)
2. Kristofer Stanson – Stockholm HEMA (Sweden)
3. Håvard Lund Eidheim – FKFD (Norway)

Open Longsword
1. Sergey Kultaev – Freifechtergilde (Russia)
2. Antoni Olbrychski – Akademia Szermierzy (Poland)
3. Matthys Kool – HVN (Netherlands)

Wrestling: Middle weight
1. Ties Kool, HVN (Netherlands)
2. Joris Jacobs, Sumus Soldani (Belgium)
3. Dmitri Gibadullin UKRF, (Russia)

Wrestling: Heavy Weight:
1. Staffan Sannemalm Örebro HEMA (Sweden)
2. Linus Eriksson, UHFS, (Sweden)
3. Nikolai Vincent Vaags, FKFS, (Norway)

Cutting:
1. Kristian Ruokonen, EHMS (Finland)
2. Ties Kool, HVN (Netherlands)
3. Aaron Karnuta, Denver Historical Fencing Academy (USA)

Technical awards:
Rapier & Dagger: Francesco Loda, Accademia Romana d’Armi (Italy)
Women’s longsword: Elena Muzurina, Tramazzone (Russia)
Sabre: Pedro San Miguel, Schola Gladiatoria (UK)
Sword & Buckler: Mattias Andersson, Gävle HEMA (Sweden)
Open Longsword: Thomas Nyzell, Uppsala Historiska Fäktskola (Sweden)
Wrestling: Joris Jacobs, Sumus Soldani (Belgium)

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