Chaos Theory: The sabre game of Kim Junghwan

Time for something different today.

Just for my own amusement, I’ve started making a series of videos profiling the fencers I follow on the FIE pro circuit, to show why they’re awesome and worth watching.

First up is Kim Junghwan, current world #2. His game is sabre made of pure athleticism and combat instinct. It might not be everyone’s cup of tea, but in my opinion it’s exactly the kind of thing that makes the sport exciting.

I’m going to make a series of these in the lead up to the start of the 2014-2015 FIE season. Like Epic Hit Of The Day, it’s purely subjective and based on what I reckon is cool, with no pretensions to serious analysis or a systematic process. I hope it’s enjoyable anyway.

Sabre, it’s fun!

Kim victory dance

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