Registration open for Sport of Kings: Acadamy of Armored Combat

Sport of Kings: Academy of Armored Combat is now accepting pre-registrations! With over 90 classes focused on improving your combat skills and re-creating the romance of the medieval tournament, this is an event you won't want to miss.

Go to for complete information, including the event copy. Don't forget to check out other areas of the website, including Jarl Ulfred's vision for the event, interviews with the instructors, this year's limited edition T-shirt, and more!

Please note: pre-registration is required if you intend to take classes; the pre-registration period ends on July 31, 2007. For group camping reservations, please contact

For those new to Sport of Kings, a few words about scheduling classes:
Many students have told us after prior years that they had over-scheduled their weekend. They get so overwhelmed by information that they cannot apply much of what they were shown. This is particularly true when taking purely combat related classes. With these classes an additional difficulty is pure exhaustion.

The staff has noticed a pattern of increased no-shows for classes on the second day and afternoon classes. We do not schedule in breaks or class transition time in our schedule. If you book many back-to-back classes it becomes a very grueling (but exciting) experience.

There is a tendency to be the proverbial kid in a candy shop when registering. Fight the tendency, and also think about targeting diversity in the classes you schedule.

Finally, make some preparations and have snack foods and water with you during the day.

We'll see you at the event!

The Sport of Kings Staff


Sport of Kings: Academy of Armored Combat
August 16 – 19, 2007
Barony of Three Mountains (Portland, Oregon)
Milo McIver State Park

Sponsored by the Barony of Three Mountains, "Sport of Kings: Academy of Armored Combat" is a four day learning event that presents to students of all interests and backgrounds an opportunity to learn about all the activities that support and glorify the tournament, and an opportunity for aspirants to martial skill to learn from accomplished practitioners. See our webpage for more information: