World Logging Championship

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The 27-th WLC competition

World Logging Championship (WLC) is a competition between foresters taking place usually every two years in different parts of the world. The main focus is placed on handling a chainsaw well. Participants are evaluated on their speed, quality, and safety in each discipline.

History[edit]

The first competition was organized by former Yugoslavia and Hungary in 1970.

List of WLC competitions[edit]

Competitions by year:

  • 1970 Hungary and Yugoslavia
  • 1971 Yugoslavia
  • 1972 Hungary
  • 1973 Romania
  • 1974 Norway
  • 1975 USSR
  • 1976 Bulgaria
  • 1977 Finland
  • 1978 CSSR
  • 1980 Norway
  • 1981 Poland
  • 1982 Hungary
  • 1983 Finland
  • 1984 Sweden
  • 1986 CSSR
  • 1987 Norway
  • 1989 Denmark
  • 1991 USSR
  • 1993 Switzerland
  • 1994 Romania
  • 1995 Finland
  • 1996 Germany
  • 1998 Austria
  • 2000 Norway
  • 2002 Scotland
  • 2004 Italy
  • 2006 Estonia
  • 2008 Germany
  • 2010 Croatia
  • 2012 Belarus
  • 2014 Switzerland

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