“Canada’s Ultimate Extreme Heritage Sport“
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The STIHL TIMBERSPORTS Series is established worldwide as the major league of lumberjack sports, with a massive global fan-base following competitive events live and on TV.
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The Maritime Lumberjack Association is a Lumberjack series that has been running for many years. It might have been called different names in the past but has always been in the Maritime provinces.
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The American Lumberjack Association strives to keep logger sports alive and well, and to teach our children and those after them to do the same.
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Have you ever wanted to learn and be a part of Logger Sports. The logger sports community is now open to the wider community and offers everyone the opportunity to get hands on experience in the competitive field of Logger Sports.
Canadian Logger Sports Association
Can-Log was established in the late 1960’s to promote Logger Sports in Canada, set rules and regulations, and allow for the allocation of Canadian Championship events to the participating shows. The sport has a rich and colourful history originating from logging camps in this country in the late 1800’s. Competitions are held primarily during the summer months, and are often the focal point of each community’s summer celebrations. The events are fast-paced and exciting, ranging from racing up and down an 80 foot sparpole to chopping through a 12 inch diameter block on springboards 10 feet in the air!
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