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These crazy fencing videos beautifully visualize the complex sport

I don’t know a lot about fencing, but after having watched this video I feel like I’m quickly falling in love with the sport. The hilariously-Japanese name ‘MORE ENJOY FENCING’ is hiding something very cool: A visualization of a sport that’s notoriously confusing. In the video above, we see two people fencing while their sabre is being tracked by colorful lines. One of them is Yuki Ota, award-winning fencer and founder of the Fencing Visualized project that produced these videos.
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