Jarosław Buć – chief instructor of Hungarian-Polish Sabre Fencing School London
First started teaching in Poland in 2012, in cooperation with Hungarian fencing masters according to the officer’s fencing program of the Miklós Toldi Institute of Military Sport and Fencing (Miklós Toldi és Honvéd Sporttanár Vívómester képző Intézet). In 2015 he was awarded master level by Maestro Tibor Pézsa. He trains constantly during seminars, camps, every month instructor classes and private lessons under the guidance of Hungarian masters. He organized the first seminar in Poland with the participation of Hungarian saber fencing masters (18th May, 2013, Warsaw) and since then he invites them to Poland two-three times a year. He is responsible for schools in Warsaw, Lublin and Lodz, and conducts regular classes there. In the beginning of 2015 he founded a fencing school in London not only because of the big group of Polish people there who want to have constant contact with their culture, but also to introduce beautiful tradition of fencing sabre to Hungarians, British and people of any other nationality who appreciate the art of fencing. He is also responsible for the Sabre Day that has been organized in Polish Army Museum in Warsaw for two years in a row. Martial arts and collecting antiques are his great passions.
Aleksandra Karp – instructor of Hungarian-Polish Sabre Fencing School London
She has been training since 2011. Her passion for history developed the sabre fencing fascination. She is a communication manager in the Hungarian-Polish Sabre Fencing School London, but, moreover, she teaches her own group in Bemowo, a district in Warsaw. She constantly trains under the supervision of the Hungarian masters during seminars, camps and regular instructor workshops. In 2015 she was awarded master level in sabre fencing by Maestro Tibor Pézsa, an Olympic gold medalist and a long-term student of an outstanding swordsman from Miklós Toldi Institute, János Szűcs. She also organizes the Sabre Day in Polish Army Museum in Warsaw.