Revisited: “Are We Breaking Gender Rule?”

June 14, 2019 0

By Annemieke Drost Gender and quidditch is always a spicy combination, and this is certainly the case in the livestreaming sphere (as covered previously by yours truly in “Are we breaking gender rule”). Stereotypically, streams […]


Slavic Cup Recap

June 22, 2018 0

By Richard Turkowitsch Editor’s Note: Richard Turkowitsch is a non-playing member of the Vienna Vanguards. One of the most prestigious tournaments in central and eastern Europe is Poland’s own Slavic Cup. The 2018 edition was […]


EQC Preview 2018: Austria

April 27, 2018 0

by Richard Turkowitsch Editor’s Note: Richard Turkowitsch is a non-playing member of the Vienna Vanguards For a long time in the eyes of the community, Austrian quidditch was dominated by one team: the Vienna Vanguards. […]


Navigating to Norway: Team Austria

June 23, 2017 0

On July 8-9 2017, 15 national teams from all over Europe will compete in Oslo, Norway for the title of European Champion. The second article in our European Games 2017 series is on Team Austria. by […]


Let’s Get Physical: A Guide to Summer Training

June 15, 2017 0

By Audrey Wheeler Conditioning through the searing summer is the perfect opportunity to build stamina and support the sunscreen industry! With most players outside of MLQ and QPL taking a hiatus during the off-season, there […]


EQC 2017 Group H Preview

March 24, 2017 0

With European Quidditch Cup (EQC) 2017 rapidly approaching, the Quidditch Post takes a look at each of the teams competing in this year’s tournament. Durhamstrang By Hannah Dignum Despite the departure of key graduates and […]


Austrian EQC Qualification Review

February 4, 2017 0

By Emina Botic Editor’s Note: Emina Botic is a player for the Vienna Vanguards. On Saturday, January 21, the two Viennese teams, the Danube Direwolves and the Vienna Vanguards, competed for Austria’s only spot at […]