Joseph Gora

Joseph Gora began classical French fencing at the age of thirteen before making the transition to historical swordsmanship in 2004 when Stoccata opened a branch in Hobart, Tasmania. He was involved in the Medieval Society of Tasmania for many years in the 1990s and began collecting historical fencing manuals at this time. Joseph taught classical…

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Shaun Douglas

Shaun Douglas began training in 2005 with Stoccata: Hobart provost Stephen Hand. He attained the rank of Free Scholar and twice competed in the World Broadsword Championships making the finals in both events. Shaun is the Usher responsible for running the Port Douglas branch.

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