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:

Editions Year Country
1 1970 Various *
2 1971  Yugoslavia
3 1972  Hungary
4 1973  Romania
5 1974  Norway
6 1975  Soviet Union
7 1976  Bulgaria
8 1977  Finland
9 1978  Czechoslovakia
10 1980  Norway
11 1981  Poland
12 1982  Hungary
13 1983  Finland
14 1984  Sweden
15 1986  Czechoslovakia
16 1987  Norway
17 1989  Denmark
18 1991  Soviet Union
19 1993   Switzerland
20 1994  Romania
Editions Year Country
21 1995  Finland
22 1996  Germany
23 1998  Austria
24 2000  Norway
25 2002  Scotland
26 2004  Italy
27 2006  Estonia
28 2008  Germany
29 2010  Croatia
30 2012  Belarus
31 2014   Switzerland
32 2016  Poland
33 2018  Norway

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