At the end of the thirteenth century, jousting tournaments started evolving into organized spectacles, subject to chivalry and fair play and often fought with blunted weapons. The knight’s object became one of knocking opponents off their horses.
Modern day Renaissance Fairs, The Society for Creative Anachronism and the National Jousting Association have kept the sport of jousting alive.
But a new style of jousting is emerging, quickly gaining widespread popularity.
Nowhere is there another sport that encourages more pageantry, chivalry, and excitement than what you’re about to witness…