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  • Shiani broke in half.. video

    During Florida team competition in March 2012
    .. he he...
    Check 6:13


    http://youtu.be/qU_6m5dQtEk

  • #2
    Just got stuck on a body. I've seen that happen before. I shinai is a terrible thing to waste. I'm sure the nito practitioners can advise him about cutting it down to make a baby shinai ;-)

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    • #3
      "I am not giving him my shinai... No."

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      • #4
        Seen it happen several times before... it's happened to me before, too.
        I've seen a shinai 'blow out' like a Snuffy Smith rifle on a check to the tsuki, too... that was pretty impressive.

        Incidentally, I'm sure maybe someone said something to the guy (in the video) whose shinai broke..
        When you come back to the line with a broken shinai and you're bowing out to get a new shinai, don't just turn your back and walk out of the court...
        Here's a better example of what to do: (start at 0:10) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mxpO0h8QYhc

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        • #5
          Originally posted by tango View Post
          Here's a better example of what to do: (start at 0:10) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mxpO0h8QYhc
          Nice find, that was our tournament a few years ago, I had forgotten about that.

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          • #6
            So after you broke your shinai, you have to flash your broken shinai to the camera for Kendoworld forum ????


            Originally posted by tango View Post
            Seen it happen several times before... it's happened to me before, too.
            I've seen a shinai 'blow out' like a Snuffy Smith rifle on a check to the tsuki, too... that was pretty impressive.

            Incidentally, I'm sure maybe someone said something to the guy (in the video) whose shinai broke..
            When you come back to the line with a broken shinai and you're bowing out to get a new shinai, don't just turn your back and walk out of the court...
            Here's a better example of what to do: (start at 0:10) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mxpO0h8QYhc

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