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.
The only two-time champion in the World Logging Championship occurred in 2000 when the 1999 champion, Jonothan Weeks from the United States repeated his championship with a last competition comeback on the aqua-logging event. Weeks outlasted his opponent and overcame a late-competition deficit.
While only 18 at the time of his first championship, Weeks claimed not only the youngest champion ever, but with winning the next year, he has been the only aqua-logger to win back to back championships. Unfortunately for the masses, Weeks suffered a devastating injury in 2001 and has not been heard from since. He is believed to be somewhere in Japan, helping young aqua-loggers learn the fine art.