On Sunday 17th August the Times of Malta carried an article about our group and the recent qualification of Andrei Xuereb to Maestro d’Armi. We would like to thanks Ms Ramona Depares for writing this article and interview. Here is the link to the online version.
For the last few weeks, the Malta Historical Fencing Association has been offering a general physical fitness test to our members. This test gives members an objective measurement of their condition.
On the 24th April 2014, members of the Malta Historical Fencing Association attended the XVth FISAS International Meeting – Manuela Lecchi Memorial at San Zeno di Montagna in the Veronese.
On Saturday 12th April 2014, members of the Malta Historical Fencing Association gave a demonstration of a variety of sword and edged weapon combat techniques at the Valletta Waterfront. Apart from watching the free fights, visitors took the opportunity to handle the replicas we use for practice, and ask questions about the weapons and techniques […]
On Saturday, 29th March, Andrei presented the lecture “Swords and other edged weapons from the 14th – 19th century” for the British Residents Association Gozo Group.
On the weekend of the 29th March, the Malta Historical Fencing Association organized its first training camp.
On Saturday, 22nd March, a group of students from the University of Malta attended a Historical Fencing lesson as part of the DegreePlus Sports & Adventure programme.
We would like to thank everyone who took part in our 2013 International Meeting for making it a fantastic event. Once again, you have made this meeting a great learning experience and a place for sharing knowledge. Our deepest thanks also go to our partners…
The first Bartistu Seminar in Malta, organized by the Malta Historical Fencing Association and Bujinkan Ninpo Taijutsu Malta.
On the 18th June, Andrei addressed a public lecture entitled “The use of swords and other edged weapons from the 14th to the 19th centuries”, organized by the Malta Historical Society.