“If you spend too much time thinking about a thing, you’ll never get it done” – Bruce Lee
I spent nine years at university doing what most folks in their 20s seem to do: trying to figure out what I wanted to do in my life. At the end of it all I decided to build a career in academia, then the birth of my son threw everything into disarray. Now I split my time between working as a management consultant by day (*update: I recently got poached into being a senior government officer, of all things), teaching people sabre fencing by night, and raising my two boys with the help of my ex-scientist wife.
Mission creep happens to the best of usFrances Chow
The scope and purpose of this blog have evolved somewhat from September 2014. The main gist is that it’s now a lot more about sabre. The majority of posts are by me. I’m not really a coach, or a particularly talented sabreur; while I’ll dabble in a little technical or tactical analysis, my area of responsibility lies in expanding this sport and showcasing what makes it great. I hope you enjoy it.
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