Returning to competition after a broken fibula. I got two bronzes and overall senior champion due to medalling in multiple divisions and having a high hits for/against and very few double hits. It was a small HEMA tournament in Edmonton: longsword, sword & buckler and knife. All my students did well, and I'm very proud of them. Here's a clip of the longsword finals, which my club swept from 1st to 4th. Overall, I'm happy with my footwork considering my ankle isn't back to 100% yet. I'll be happy when I'm springy again. I'm happier with my range perception. There are places where I fade out of distance slightly and return fire, or stand stock still knowing the incoming strike wouldn't connect. I credit this to my injury, which forced me to fight with very little footwork during my recovery. Once I took a step, I couldn't fix it fast enough for it to matter if I was too close, so I had to creep in, inch by inch. I applied that to a lot of my fights in that tournament.