Husqvarna blog to log world chainsaw championships

Croatia will host the World Logging Championship 2010 on 24-26 September.

Chainsaw loggers will compete five disciplines in a bid to become new world champion. Husqvarna will host a blog covering the competition and will also give Husqvarna chainsaw users advice and training camps.

The three training camps are in Austria, Estonia and the Netherlands practicing their disciplines, gaining advice and sharing tips. Participants from more than 30 countries will attend the four-day events.

Husqvarna brand marketing manager UK Andy Eastaugh said: "There is a vast amount of logging knowledge within the Husqvarna team as well as the WLC participants. By sharpening the skills of every contestant using Husqvarna, we hope to see a Husqvarna chainsaw being held on top of the winner’s stand this year."

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