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Lumberjack World Championships is an annual competition and festival, running at Lumberjack Bowl in Hayward, Wisconsin, over three days in late July. The program features a variety of timber sports, such as log rolling, boom running, speed pole climbing, chopping, throwing, and sawing. In addition, you can check out the lumberjack shop, which sells gifts and clothing, refuel at the vendor booths area, and have a refreshing drink at the beer garden.
The first edition of this historic international competition ran in 1960. Ever since, the event has grown into a significant occasion, enrolling yearly about a hundred male and female competitors from the USA, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. All in all, lumberjacks and lumberjills partake in 21 events, and the strongest and most agile contestants win over $50,000.
For more details on the program of the Lumberjack World Championships, please visit the event's official website or Facebook, mentioned in the External Resources below. Also, if you wish to book a stay nearby, consider the most convenient options showcased on the accommodations map.