7th to 9th February 2020

Trainers of the next Dreynevent. Who they are, what they do and why we invited them.

Keith Farrell

Keith Farrell is the chief instructor at Liverpool HEMA. He teaches HEMA professionally, often at international events, and has an interest in coaching instructors to become better teachers. His main…

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Markus Haas

I am Markus, a wrestling coach and mixed martial Artist from Vienna. I started wrestling 23 years ago and I am super happy to spend the Dreynevent with all of…

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Alfred Geibig

Dr. Alfred Geibig (born 1954 in Aschaffenburg) studied prehistory and early history, anthropology and classical archeology in Mainz and Kiel. 1987 Doctorate in Kiel. Dissertation topic: "The morphological development of…

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Tomasz Nowak

My fencing career started in the early 190ies when I took a course in theatre-and-film-fencing. This was followed up by kendo for a short time. Fromm 2001 on, I caught…

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Michel Rensen

Michel Rensen first picked up the longsword in 2013 at Zwaard & Steen, completely unencumbered by any previous martial arts experience. Roughly a year later, he was asked to become…

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Ulrik Neumann

When I got into in HEMA, I joined "Die Freifechter - Gesellschaft für historische Fechtkunst e.V." in Cologne. I started in british military fencing, which I still do today, but…

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Ton Puey

Ton Puey is the technical director and Master of Arms of Academia da Espada, focused on the study of la Verdadera Destreza with the weapons of the moment of greatest…

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Thomas Lobo

I 'm Thomas LOBO, french HEMAist since 2006. I got differents certifications in sport federation, fencing, Krav Maga, etc. I was professionally teaching HEMA during the past 6 years in…

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Matthias Pfaffenbichler

Occupation: 1986-2012 curator at the Imperial Armouries “Hofjagd- und Rüstkammer of the Kunsthistorische Museum” in Vienna 2012-2017 Director of the Imperial Armouries 2018-2019 Curator of exhibitions Education & Trainings: 1978…

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Matyas Miskolczi

I practice HEMA since 2007, I fence and research sabre and rapier. My main focus is on Hungarian sabre sources, especially Gusztáv Arlow. I represent Crosscut HRST (http://crosscut.club), our club…

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Karin Verelst

Karin Verelst practices HEMA since more than one decennium and martial arts since twenty years. She trained with the well-known Belgian group SwArta and recently founded the historical fencing guild…

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Martin Enzi

Martin Enzi first got in touch with martial arts by practicing classical boxing, but finally found his passion when he switched to HEMA in 2001 with training longsword, wrestling and…

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Bernhard Seidl

I have been with Dreynschlag since 2010, and I have been active as a Longsword trainer since 2015. Apart form longsword, I especially enjoy training Messer, Dagger and the occasional…

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Christian Stickel

Christian Stickel began his journey into martial arts and knighthood as a kid and ever since explored different systems of weaponless and weapon based fighting styles. As part of the…

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Gerhard Gohr

Gerhard Gohr is an instructor and researcher with more than 15 years’ experience in Historic European Martial Arts. He first joined the Freifechter, Cologne, Germany where he had the chance…

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Amelie Eilken

I have been training HEMA since 2014 and have been a founding member of the Meyer Class Hammaborg in 2015. Since then, I have primarily been training and also teaching…

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Herbert Schmidt

In 1999 Herbert Schmidt founded the Austrian club Ars Gladii. Since then he has been organizing its training. He began to reconstruct the art of the longsword in the Liechtenauer…

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Karl Rapp

Karl started HEMA in 2008, training in italian rapier and sabre as well as sword & Buckler (I.33). Since 2013 he's focusing mainly on rapier and became the main italian…

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Florian Fortner

Florian Fortner is a rapier fencing Salvator Fabris fanatic. Dedicating every free minute to understanding this great master's system and his subsequent german lineage (e.g. Köppen, Paschen, Ranis) is his…

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Fabrice Cognot

Fabrice Cognot has been doing HEMA for a while now, and isn't ready to give up. He’s the founder of De Taille et d’Estoc – France’s largest and (now) oldest…

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Alexander Kiermayer

Alex Kiermayer is a founding member and trainer of OCHS Historical Fencing and heads the OCHS training group in Pfarrkirchen, Bavaria. He has trained and taught diverse martial arts since…

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