Crunch time: making money from a medieval extreme sport

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Title

Crunch time: making money from a medieval extreme sport

Subject

Armour, Bathurst, battle, entertainment, Full Tilt, helmet, jousting, knights, lance, My Small Business, New South Wales, NSW, shield, sport, sword, The Sydney Morning Herald, tournament, war, Rod Walker, David Wilson

Description

This online newspaper article by David Wilson appeared in the My Small Business section of The Sydney Morning Herald. The article features an interview with Rod Walker about his business Full Tilt. The Bathurst-based business run fully costumed jousting demonstrations. Jousting became a popular form of entertainment during the High Middle Ages, allowing knights to practice their combat skills.

For the article see http://www.smh.com.au/small-business/startup/crunch-time-making-money-from-a-medieval-extreme-sport-20120518-1yu9c.html#ixzz1vexO5m4J

For the company see http://www.jousting.com.au/

Creator

Wilson, David

Source

The Sydney Morning Herald

Publisher

The Sydney Morning Herald

Date

May 18, 2012

Contributor

McLeod, Shane

Rights

The Sydney Morning Herald, David Wilson

Format

Online newspaper article

Files

Citation

“Crunch time: making money from a medieval extreme sport,” Medievalism in Australian Cultural Memory, accessed August 18, 2019, http://ausmed.arts.uwa.edu.au/items/show/857.