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Edouard Eme, France: “We realize that next year we will start the competition among the veteran teams, so we can’t take the risk to send beginners”
I think the organization was better than usual, with good coordination and communication. Unfortunately we came with a very small team, but we are satisfied with our results. We won all our fights with big scores on the first day, and defeated two Polish teams (Poland 2 and 3). Winning the award for a team […]
13 Aug 2014 11:12
Authenticity in historical reenactment and its relation to the HMBIA rules
Frequently Asked Questions – HMBIA Authenticity Committee: Authenticity of armor is a historical proof of every element of armor, presence of any supporting evidence, for example archaeological finds, preserved artifacts, engravings, images – anything that confirms that an element really existed. In addition, if it is not a material object, but, for example, an engraving, […]
12 Aug 2014 12:10
Rob McIntyre, New Zealand: “We’ve got experience to share”
This year our national team has got maximum experience participating in different tournaments. Two our fighters and me planned a grand trip to Europe and European tournaments. And we made our plans come true! In addition to the HMB World Championship “Battle of the Nations”-2014, we participated in a tournament in Austria (Austrian Cup), and […]
12 Aug 2014 11:05
The most popular armor in HMBIA and the reason for that
Frequently Asked Questions – HMBIA Authenticity Committee: The most popular kits are those relating to Western Europe of about XVth century. Their popularity is explained by the fact they were for foot warriors (in contrast to the “Russian” armor, which were mainly for mounted men). European armor offers good protection of joints, namely elbows, knees, […]
11 Aug 2014 11:03
Juri Lönn, Finland: “We united and worked as a single unit”
This year, our team was not able to arrive with a support group, and it was difficult without those guys. We knew that we would need both moral and physical support, knew that our fighters would need someone to help them with putting on armor, bringing water… Unfortunately, we had too little time before the […]
11 Aug 2014 10:01
Darren Glendinning, UK: “Our support team was great at the event”
Our support team was great at the event, all our fighters supported each other as squires and we had friends and fans helping with many small tasks such as water carrying and care of fighters. Their efforts were very important for the Team. I had few fans before going to Croatia, most are friends or […]
08 Aug 2014 16:58
Dave McNaughton, Scotland: “In the end we ended up with a lot of friends and supporters of Scotland”
When Scotland went to Battle of the Nations we took a small team, only 5 fighters with 1 support. We realised quickly the level of support we actually required during the fights. We were lucky to have great friends from the national teams of Luxembourg, Croatia and Australia who helped to get us ready and […]
07 Aug 2014 16:56
Valy Wainer, Argentina: “I decided to become a marshal. And I did that!”
I have been in the movement of historical reenactment for about 5 years, I practised archery, but then HMB attracted me a lot. Unfortunately, due to a number of reasons I can`t fight. That’s why I looked for another way to be a part of the movement. I decided to become a marshal. And I […]
07 Aug 2014 15:55
Music at “Battle of the Nations”: аn international language uniting people
Among other things it was music that helped to create medieval atmosphere at the HMB World Championship “Battle of the Nations”-2014. Magical sounds of bagpipes and other instruments were heard at the festival. Guests and participants of the event were entertained by musicians from around the world. You could meet Hungarians («Hollóének Hungarica Régizene Együttes»), […]
05 Aug 2014 12:47
Alberto Baal Jimenez, Mexico: “Battle of the Nations” means fraternity, friendship and mutual support”
We couldn’t take a large support team with us. We arrived at the Championship with only three supporters. They did everything they could to help us, namely took photos when we fought, brought us all necessary things. It was a hard work. An amazing thing is that we felt support of other teams, namely Austria, […]
05 Aug 2014 11:51
Sergey Tsymbal: “HMBIA has set an important and difficult task of creating a world calendar of HMB tournaments”
It’s not a secret that the HMB movement is developed unevenly around the world, but it evolves and expands every day. There are tournaments of local, national or international level which are constantly being held in different parts of the world. Every fighter, every captain knows that participation in tournaments is the best way to […]
04 Aug 2014 13:45
Jon Barry, UK: “I am still teased for showing my flag before field marshal”
People of the HMB movement:    Jon Barry, HMBIA certified marshal In 2014, HMB World Championship’s board of marshals has been joined by referees from Europe. According to Alexander Davydov, head of the HMBIA Marshal Committee, this step will contribute to further development of the HMB movement.“We decided to make the board of marshals more […]
04 Aug 2014 11:27
Davydov: “We will try to further improve our level”
Alexander Davydov, head of the HMBIA marshal committee I greet everyone on behalf of the HMBIA marshal committee! A short time after BotN completion, after a detailed analysis of the event, I decided to give a small report about past and future points. Firstly, I would like to speak about the conditions in which we […]
01 Aug 2014 12:42
Charlie Tapsell, New Zealand: “We had to prove that National Team of New Zealand are competitive at this sport”
We were actively supported during the HMB World Championship Battle of the Nations -2014. Our team had many fans back home in New Zealand. They sent us messages of support through Facebook. Some of them were our friends, but many of our “virtual” support group we have never met. Basically it was our compatriots who […]
30 Jul 2014 11:38
Frank Døkkr Norðri, Switzerland: “Everything is possible if people really want to see better results”
In general BotN was good, interesting new teams and always nice to see old experienced teams especially when they fight each other and show best fights. Trogir is nice city, was nice to be there, time to visit the town wasn’t enough but what i could see was nice, something different compared with what I’m […]
29 Jul 2014 11:36
Ivan Pampi Loborec, Croatia: “After “Battle of the Nations” I understand that other events are not so serious”
My impressions concerning the event are very good, it was the first experience for our team, but not for me. I have already taken part in some European tournaments, mainly in Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, Slovenia, Italy, so I was familiar with the concept and the sport itself, and had some combat experience. As for the […]
23 Jul 2014 12:31

BATTLE OF THE NATIONS

2021

1st-4th July
Oradea Fortress, Romania