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Competitors chop and saw their way to wins at Stihl Timbersports U.S. Championships

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Published on July 29, 2019 - Duration: 01:49s

Competitors chop and saw their way to wins at Stihl Timbersports U.S. Championships

Cassidy Scheer and Martha King chop and saw their way to wins at the Stihl Timbersports U.S. Championships

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Competitors chop and saw their way to wins at Stihl Timbersports U.S. Championships

SHOWS: MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN, UNITED STATES (JULY 27, 2019)(MUTE)(STIHL TIMBERSPORTS - ACCESS ALL) 1.

MEN'S TIMBERSPORTS U.S. PRO CHAMPION CASSIDY SCHEER COMPETING IN 'STOCK SAW' EVENT 2.

SCHEER COMPETING IN 'STANDING BLOCK CHOP'' EVENT 3.

SCHEER COMPETING IN ''SINGLE BUCK' EVENT 4.

SCHEER DEFEATING SIX-TIME AND REIGNING U.S. PRO TIMBERSPORTS CHAMPION MATT COGAR IN 'SPRINGBOARD CHOP' EVENT 5.

SCHEER COMPETING IN 'HOT SAW' EVENT 6.

SCHEER TAKING TOP STEP OF PODIUM AND CELEBRATING WITH 2ND PLACE FINISHER NATE HODGES AND 3RD PLACE FINISHER MATT SLINGERLAND 7.

SCHEER HOLDING UP TROPHY 8.

SCHEER DRINKING BEER 9.

CROWD CHEERING MILWAUKEE, WISONSIN, UNITED STATES (JULY 28, 2019)(MUTE)(STIHL TIMBERSPORTS - ACCESS ALL) 10.

WOMEN'S TIMBERSPORTS U.S. PRO CHAMPION MARTHA KING COMPETING IN 'SINGLE BUCK' EVENT 11.

KING COMPETING IN 'UNDERHAND CHOP' EVENT 12.

KING COMPETING IN 'STOCK SAW' EVENT 13.

KING ON PODIUM RECEVING TROPHY AND CELEBRATING STORY: Cassidy Scheer and Martha King sawed and chopped their way to wins at the Stihl Timbersports U.S. Pro Championships this weekend in Wisconsin.

The men's Pro championship events took place Saturday (July 27) and produced a surprise winner in Scheer who earned his victory by a single point over the second placed finisher.

Six-time and reigning U.S. Pro champ Matt Cogar finishing in fourth place added to the surprise in the men's competition.

The women's Pro took place Sunday (July 28) with King finally reaching the throne after a second place finish last year and a third place finish in 2017.

Competitors take part in logging related events in which they saw or chop their way through wood as quickly as possible, receiving more points for a faster finish.

Men compete in six events while women take part in three.

(Production: David Grip)

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