Lumberjack Sports. Chopping, sawing, logrolling, and other lumberjack events that are all current day sports throughout the world today.
Provides information and how to articles on log rolling, boom running, making log rolling spikes, carpeting logs, and organizing a log rolling or boom running contest.
A body which sets up rules governing sanctioned shows and competitors, maintains equipment, keeps records, mails regular newsletters to members and holds annual meetings.
Provides a venue for colleges to participate in a series of lumberjacking competitions. Includes general rules, events, teams, forms, past results, upcoming competitions.
Sets rules and regulations for Festival of Forestry at the Pacific National Exhibition and the Squamish Logger Sports summer month competitions.
Provides an introduction to wood chopping, programs and results, training and instruction, articles, and schedules of meetings.
Includes information on upcoming shows and how to arrange a show.
Stillwater, Minnesota annual July lumberjack celebration. Includes schedule of events, photo gallery, maps and info.
Information about contests including locations, who to contact, and dates, listings of world records, where to obtain equipment and where to find related publications.
Lumberjack show production company. Information about various television shows, how to arrange a show and the LSWRA organization of athletes.
Annual July event in Hayward, Wisconsin. Event includes chopping, sawing, tree climbing, and logrolling. Information on history, competitions, how to purchase tickets.
Includes schedule, announcements, results, rules, maps, and entry forms. Based in Fulton, New York.
Annual contest held in Boonville on the third weekend of August. Includes general information, schedule, past results back to 1995, and world records.
Includes schedule of events, results, player biographies, roster, coaching staff info, photo gallery and information about the NSAC annual competition.
An annual event attracts thousands of spectators and hundreds of competitors for a weekend of parades, logging demonstrations, competition, and fun.
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