26

Sep
5

The continued success of Hans Raffl

Yesterday we covered the performance of the technical disciplines from the Italian participator Hans Raffl. (We've actually heard that his real name is Johan, but people seem to call him Hans and the Loggers Blog will follow). Hans made a good result in all three disciplines. Not rewarded with any medal, but the biggest hope from the Husqvarna crew is for him to take home the total gold medal. To do this, he is bound to perform well in the Tree felling discipline as well.

From a distance we saw Hans go into the Tree felling area and we ran after him. Anders Kragner tagged along. It was quite nervous to follow the performance from Hans. He had to perform well! And how did he do? Take a look!

26

Sep
1

Relay race

There is actually a sixth dicipline in the World Logging Championship called Relay race (or "Länderstafette" in German). This is just an entertainment discipline, not included in the total score. A good initiative from the IALC to keep the event filled with action the whole time.

We brought Anders Kragner with us to take a look at the national team from UK performing the discipline. They compete against the Czech Republic and they perform well. Below is a video of this race. Pay close attention to the safety dimension of this discipline. You must enable your chain brake between every log to not get any penalty point withdrawal. Rhymes well with the Husqvarna general safety focus.

26

Sep
0

Last and most exciting day at the WLC 2010

It is the final day here in Zagreb. There are some teams left to perform the Tree felling discipline, some teams perform the sixth "bonus" discipline Relay race and eveyone else is waiting for the exciting final discipline: Limbing. Take a look at the expectations from our WLC expert from Husqvarna, Anders Kragner.

26

Sep
12

The results of day 2

Day 2 at the World Logging Championship 2010 was wet. This didn't stop the participants from all over the world to perform impressive scores in the different disciplines. The three technical disciplines were finished yesterday and you can read about the medal ceremony here. The tree felling discipline continued on the Saturday as well, but will not be completed until today.

This is the results so far. First the total score so far and then the scores in the separate disciplines. Remember that the tree felling is not finished and a lot will happen in the total scores.

All events
Rank, name, nation, startnumber, score so far, chainsaw

1. Hannes Herzog Austria 17-2 0 1211 STIHL MS 460
2. Jean Michel Petitqueux France 11-3 0 1198 HUSQVARNA 576 XP
3. Marco Trabert Germany 16-2 0 1197 STIHL MS 460
4. István Juhász Hungary 19-1 0 1196 STIHL MS 460
5. Gerhard Briechle Germany 16-1 0 1184 STIHL MS 460
6. Aleksandr Sokolov Russian Federation 15-3 0 1182 HUSQVARNA 576 XP
7. Benjamin Greber Austria 17-1 0 1181 STIHL MS 440
8. Róbert Rittlinger Hungary 19-3 0 1179 STIHL MS 460
9. Markus Herzog Austria 17-3 -30 1177 STIHL MS 460
10. Aleksandr Mallat Russian Federation 15-1 0 1175 HUSQVARNA 576 XP
11. Thomas Wickert Germany 16-3 0 1169 STIHL MS 460
12. Tomas Kvasnicak Slovakia 31-2 0 1168 STIHL MS 460
13. Gatis Brencis Latvia 27-1 0 1165 HUSQVARNA 372 XP
14. Yohann Caparros France 11-1 0 1165 HUSQVARNA 575 XP
15. Recher Baltz Switzerland 22-1 -20 1165 STIHL MS 440
16. Boštjan Pavšič Slovenia 09-3 0 1156 HUSQVARNA 576 XP
17. Jon Erik Solberg Norway 28-3 0 1155 STIHL MS 460
18. Vesa Kurki Finland 26-1 -40 1153 JONSERED W 2071
19. Ole Kjaer Denmark 30-1 0 1152 JONSERED W 2071
20. Richard Pettersen Norway 28-2 0 1152 STIHL MS 460
21. Daniel Gautschi Switzerland 22-2 0 1151 STIHL MS 440
22. Ilya Shvetsov Russian Federation 15-2 0 1151 HUSQVARNA 576 XP
23. Yury Nestsiarovich Belarus 14-2 0 1149 STIHL MS 460
24. Hubert Peters Netherlands 08-3 0 1149 STIHL MS 460
25. Lars Strandell Sweden 13-3 -20 1148 HUSQVARNA 576 XP
26. Edmunds Krišāns Latvia 27-2 0 1144 JONSERED W 2071
27. Milan Zujić Serbia 12-3 0 1144 STIHL MS 460
28. Arjan Essenstam Netherlands 08-1 0 1141 HUSQVARNA 576 XP
29. Niko Lukač Croatia 1 18-1 0 1140 STIHL MS 460
30. Jaroslav Kukuc Slovakia 31-1 0 1140 STIHL MS 460
31. Viktar Zaremba Belarus 14-3 0 1140 STIHL MS 460
32. Martin Meijer Netherlands 08-2 0 1139 STIHL MS 660
33. David Bergen Belgium 02-1 0 1136 HUSQVARNA 576 XP
34. Robert Čuk Slovenia 09-1 0 1136 HUSQVARNA 576 XP
35. Florian Isler Switzerland 22-3 0 1133 STIHL MS 460
36. Domine Krese Slovenia 09-2 0 1130 HUSQVARNA 576 XP
37. Anatolijs Selivanovs Latvia 27-3 -20 1130 JONSERED W 2071
38. Jacek Stochnialek Poland 21-2 0 1129 DOLMAR PS 7900
39. Styrbjörn Kindströmer Sweden 13-1 -40 1125 JONSERED CS 2171
40. David Dauphin France 11-2 0 1124 STIHL MS 440
41. Romas Balciunas Lithuania 29-1 0 1124 HUSQVARNA 576 XP
42. Andre Kreins Luxembourg 03-1 0 1122 STIHL MS 460
43. Valery Durovitch Belarus 14-1 0 1122 STIHL MS 460
44. Jiri Herzog Czech Republic 23-2 0 1120 DOLMAR PS 7900
45. Ilija Lukić Croatia 1 18-2 0 1119 STIHL MS 460
46. Vitaliy Kostyushko Ukraine 20-2 0 1119 HUSQVARNA 372 XP
47. Ole Ludvig Gjøby Norway 28-1 0 1116 JONSERED CS 2171
48. Dragan Beretić Serbia 12-2 -20 1115 STIHL MS 460
49. Taavi Ehrpais Estonia 04-1 0 1113 JONSERED CS 2171
50. Tomasz Kowol Poland 21-1 0 1102 MAKITA DCS 7901
51. Gintaras Karpavicius Lithuania 29-2 0 1099 HUSQVARNA 576 XP

 

Here is top 10 in the disciplines so far:

Tree Felling
1. Jean Michel Petitqueux France 11-3 0 02:19,00 659 HUSQVARNA 576 XP
2. Dragan Beretić Serbia 12-2 0 02:36,00 659 STIHL MS 460
3. István Juhász Hungary 19-1 0 02:38,00 659 STIHL MS 460
4. Hannes Herzog Austria 17-2 0 02:54,00 656 STIHL MS 460
5. Andres Olesk Estonia 04-3 0 01:58,00 655 JONSERED CS 2171
6. Lars Strandell Sweden 13-3 0 02:29,00 651 HUSQVARNA 576 XP
7. Markus Herzog Austria 17-3 0 02:19,00 650 STIHL MS 460
8. András Kozák Hungary 19-2 0 02:41,00 649 HUSQVARNA 576 XP
9. Jon Erik Solberg Norway 28-3 0 02:49,00 649 STIHL MS 460
10. Marco Trabert Germany 16-2 0 02:22,00 647 STIHL MS 460

Fitting another chain
1. Gerhard Briechle Germany 16-1 0 00:08,93 138 STIHL MS 460
2. Hannes Herzog Austria 17-2 0 00:09,69 134 STIHL MS 460
3. Róbert Rittlinger Hungary 19-3 0 00:09,79 134 STIHL MS 460
4. Biemmi Massimiliano Italy 06-2 0 00:10,01 134 HUSQVARNA 357 XPG
5. Aleksandr Sokolov Russian Federation 15-3 0 00:10,22 132 HUSQVARNA 576 XP
6. Thomas Wickert Germany 16-3 0 00:10,46 132 STIHL MS 460
7. István Juhász Hungary 19-1 0 00:10,54 132 STIHL MS 460
8. Johann Raffl Italy 06-3 0 00:10,66 130 HUSQVARNA 576 XP
9. Benjamin Greber Austria 17-1 0 00:10,81 130 STIHL MS 440
10. Markus Herzog Austria 17-3 0 00:10,92 130 STIHL MS 460

Bucking with combined cuts
1. Andres Olesk Estonia 04-3 0 00:23,00 199 JONSERED CS 2171
2. Vesa Kurki Finland 26-1 0 00:25,00 197 JONSERED W 2071
3. Thomas Wickert Germany 16-3 0 00:31,00 196 STIHL MS 460
4. Milan Zujić Serbia 12-3 0 00:31,00 196 STIHL MS 460
5. Robert Čuk Slovenia 09-1 0 00:27,00 195 HUSQVARNA 576 XP
6. David Bergen Belgium 02-1 0 00:26,00 193 HUSQVARNA 576 XP
7. Gatis Brencis Latvia 27-1 0 00:31,00 191 HUSQVARNA 372 XP
8. Markus Herzog Austria 17-3 0 00:27,00 191 STIHL MS 460
9. Arjan Essenstam Netherlands 08-1 0 00:23,00 191 HUSQVARNA 576 XP
10. Ole Ludvig Gjøby Norway 28-1 0 00:25,00 190 JONSERED CS 2171

Precision bucking
1. Ole Kjaer Denmark 30-1 0 00:22,45 251 JONSERED W 2071
2. Armin Tanner Liechtenstein 05-3 0 00:24,09 246 HUSQVARNA 576 XP
3. Hannes Herzog Austria 17-2 0 00:26,14 242 STIHL MS 460
4. Gerhard Briechle Germany 16-1 0 00:26,62 242 STIHL MS 460
5. Johann Raffl Italy 06-3 0 00:22,35 242 HUSQVARNA 576 XP
6. Benjamin Greber Austria 17-1 0 00:29,14 241 STIHL MS 440
7. Boštjan Pavšič Slovenia 09-3 0 00:27,87 241 HUSQVARNA 576 XP
8. Taavi Ehrpais Estonia 04-1 0 00:25,14 240 JONSERED CS 2171
9. Gatis Brencis Latvia 27-1 0 00:26,79 239 HUSQVARNA 372 XP
10. Marco Trabert Germany 16-2 0 00:22,83 239 STIHL MS 460

 

And finally, here's the U24 results so far:

1. Ole Harald L. Kveseth Norway 28-4 0 1213 STIHL MS 460
2. Lerch Orlando Switzerland 22-4 0 1195 STIHL MS 460
3. Lasse Kjaer Denmark 30-4 0 1158 JONSERED W 2071
4. Gediminas Stasiunas Lithuania 29-4 0 1156 HUSQVARNA 576 XP
5. Florian Huster Germany 16-4 0 1142 HUSQVARNA 372 XP
6. Hilco Kragt Netherlands 08-4 0 1125 STIHL MS 460
7. Camille Nollet France 11-4 0 1120 STIHL MS 440
8. Kim Speidel Luxembourg 03-4 0 1112 STIHL MS 460
9. Harald Umgeher Austria 17-4 0 1107 STIHL MS 460
10. Vladimir Dashugin Russian Federation 15-4 0 1097 HUSQVARNA 576 XP
11. Ante Zadro Croatia 1 18-4 0 1092 STIHL MS 460
12. Andrej Oblak Slovenia 09-4 -50 1092 STIHL MS 440
13. Marko Nešković Serbia 12-4 0 1083 STIHL MS 460
14. Adam Dobrenko Poland 21-4 0 1048 HUSQVARNA 576 XP
15. Joni Toivio Finland 26-4 0 1047 HUSQVARNA 372 XP
16. Maksim Pryshchyk Belarus 14-4 0 1038 STIHL MS 460
17. Martin Rousal Czech Republic 23-4 0 1015 SOLO 681
18. László Bakó Hungary 19-4 0 964 HUSQVARNA 576 XP
19. Taras Ocheretyuk Ukraine 20-4 0 952 MOTOR SICH
20. Hiroki Shirakawa Japan 10-4 -20 916 HUSQVARNA 576 XP
21. Josh Russell United Kingdom 24-4 0 878 HUSQVARNA 372 XP
22. Gerd Sneijers Belgium 02-4 0 875 HUSQVARNA 576 XP
23. Jordi Anglada Spain 25-4 0 870 JONSERED CS 2171
24. Mārtiņš Ķepīts Latvia 27-4 -20 818 HUSQVARNA 575 XP
25. Roland Hinterregger Italy 06-4 0 529 JONSERED CS 2171
26. Patrik Francuz Slovakia 31-4 0 511 STIHL MS 460
27. Patrik Walser Liechtenstein 05-4 0 504 STIHL MS 460
28. Erik Rist Estonia 04-4 0 419 JONSERED CS 2171

 

26

Sep
4

WLC 2010 in Croatia - Summary of day 2

After the medal ceremony, we had to get the expert analysis from Anders Kragner.

25

Sep
5

The medal ceremony of the technical disciplines at WLC 2010

After the competition today we went to the Hotel I in Zagreb, where all the participants are staying. This is also where the official dinners are held and where the medal ceremony takes place. The presentation of the medals is separated in two halves. One today (Saturday) where the winners in the following disciplines are awarded:

·      Fitting another chain

·      Bucking with combined cuts

·      Precision bucking

Both the senior and the junior participants of each discipline are rewarded. This means that we got to see six winners’ stands this evening. We had not got the final results from day 2 when we left the competition area, so getting the results read out was very exciting for us, as well as for most of the participants.

Most notable participant was the young Norwegian Ole Harald L. Kvesetih. Not only did he get a medal in all the three disciplines rewarded this evening (gold, silver and bronze), he also managed to set a new world record in the Fitting another chain discipline. And by that we don’t mean a world record just for U24 participant. He actually fitted a new chain on his machine faster than no one in the world has ever done officially before. No doubt this kid’s got a talent for logging.

In the U24 class, the Precision bucking discipline was won by Lerch Orlando from Switzerland and the talented Lithuanian participant Gediminas Stiasiunas won the Bucking with combined cuts discipline with his Husqvarna  576 XP. We actually got a chat with Gediminas and his team leader yesterday, right before their turn to perform the Tree felling. Here is that episode:

 

Looking at the professional (senior) class, the gold medal for Fitting another chain was rewarded the German logger Gerhard Briechie. He actually had the world record for about an hour, before the young Norwegian took it away form him.

The Bucking with combined cuts discipline was won by Andres Olesk from Estonia. We got an interview with him right after the medal ceremony. He brought a team friend to help him with the English.

 

Last but not least we have the Loggers Blog celebrity Ole Kjaes from Denmark who won the Precision bucking. The talent for logging precision seems to run in the family. Ole’s brother is a former world champion and his nephew, Lasse Kjaer, took the bronze medal in the same discipline in this years championship. We got to speak with them both after the ceremony:

 

The medalists in the three technical disciplines:

Fitting another chain

Professional class (seniors)

1.     Gerhard Briechie, Germany – 138 points (08.93 s)

2.     Hannes Herzog, Austria – 134 points (09.69 s)

3.     Róbertti Rittilinger, Hungary – 134 poins (09,79 s)

 

U24 class (juniors)

1.     Ole Harald L. Kvesetih, Norway – 140 points (08,36 s)

2.     Harald Umgeher, Austria – 132 points (10,36)

3.     Camille Nolleti, France – 128 poins (11,21 s)

 

Bucking with combined cuts

Professional class (seniors)

1.     Andres Olesk, Estonia – 199 points (23,00 s)

2.     Vesa Kurki, Finland – 197 points (25,00 s)

3.     Thomas Wickertti, Germany – 196 poins (31,00 s) and Milan Zujic, Serbia - 196 points (31,00 s)

 

U24 class (juniors)

1.     Gediminas Stiasiunas, Lithuania – 192 points (25,00 s)

2.     Patirik Francuz, Slovakia – 189 poins (29,00 s)

3.     Ole Harald L. Kvesetih, Norway – 187 points (23,00 s)

 

Precision bucking

Professional class (seniors)

1.     Ole Kjaer, Denmark – 251 points (22,45 s)

2.     Armin Tanner, Liechtenstein – 246 points (24,09 s)

3.     Hannes Herzog, Austria – 242 points (26,14 s)

 

U24 class (juniors)

1.     Lerch Orlando, Switzerland – 243 points (24,90 s)

2.     Ole Harald L. Kvesetih, Norway – 242 points (22,07 s)

3.     Lasse Kjaer, Denmark – 236 points (21,38 s)

 

All in all a good WLC so far for the Husqvarna and Jonsered team. Brand users produced six medals in total, where three of them were gold medals. Tomorrow we will see the result of the Tree felling and Limbing disciplines, as well as the individual and national total. It is going to be an exciting day!

 

25

Sep
1

Hans Raffl from Italy performs the technical disciplines

When it comes to the Italian team, there is a lot of good hopes from the Husqvarna crew. They have definitely got what it takes to claim a couple of medals. Their starting position was pretty late, so they did not perform any disciplines yesterday. When it was time to do the technical disciplines this afternoon it was actually their first appearance in the World Logging Championship 2010.  

We don’t know if you can tell the weather conditions from the videos, but the sky is actually open here in Zagreb. The rain keeps pouring and the ground is just a big lake right now. But water won’t stand in the way of the Italians. They are on their toes to do their best performances ever.

Hans Raffl from the north of Italy is definitely one of the participants with good chance of bringing home the gold medal in the total score. By the look of his focused face expression, there is no question about his ambitions. We took the chance to follow him during his performance in the three technical disciplines: Fitting another chain, Bucking with combined cuts and Precision bucking. Anders Kragner gives us expert analysis as usual and he is very impressed by the way Hans went out for this task.

Take a look at the three videos below to see his performances:

25

Sep
0

Ilya Shvetsov from Russia fells a tree

The gold medalist from 2004, Ilya Shvetsov from the Russian national team, is back in business. We got ourselves back into the tree felling area to watch him perform the discipline in this rainy Saturday morning. Of course Anders Kragner is with us with his expertise and wisdom. Will Ilya hit the target and will he perform a perfect cut? Take a look at the video clip to find out!

 

25

Sep
2

A new day, another weather

It's a new day at the World Logging Championship 2010. If it was surprisingly good weather yesterday, it all got equalized today. Raindrops keep falling on our heads. But no despair, the energy level is still high and we will be out there covering everything from the competition.

As you saw below, we got a hold of the results from yesterday. We took the chance to get Anders Kragner's comments on the participant's scores so far. Ole Kjaer is in the total lead, but he has also performed all four disciplines. It's gonna be interesting to see if his score will stand it's ground after today. We also saw an almost perfect performance in the Tree felling discipline yesterday by the French participant Jean-Michel Petitqueux. Maybe he is one of the favorites right now?

 

25

Sep
0

The results of day 1

The first day of the World Logging Chamionship 2010 in Zagreb, Croatia was a hectic and exciting day. Some delays in the Tree felling discipline, otherwise everything worked out fine. Thank you IALC, who is in charge of the whole event! The nice people from this organization also just helped us to get the results from the Friday's competition. Thank you again!

Here is the results so far. But please keep in mind that the participants have performed different amount of disciplines, making the scores hard to compare. But the scores from each discipline say a whole lot. We will keep you updated on what will happen today!

All events
Rank, name, nation, startnumber, score so far, chainsaw

1. Ole Kjaer Denmark 30-1 0 1152 JONSERED W 2071
2. Romas Balciunas Lithuania 29-1 0 1124 HUSQVARNA 576 XP
3. Gintaras Karpavicius Lithuania 29-2 0 1099 HUSQVARNA 576 XP
4. Povilas Penkaits Lithuania 29-3 0 1070 HUSQVARNA 372 XP
5. Jacob Vibe Denmark 30-3 -20 1036 HUSQVARNA 575 XP
6. Per Mortensen Denmark 30-2 -120 795 HUSQVARNA 371 XPG
7. Jean Michel Pettqueux France 11-3 0 659 HUSQVARNA 576 XP
8. Dragan Beretć Serbia 12-2 0 659 STIHL MS 460
9. Dragan Dobenko Croata 2 01-1 0 656 STIHL MS 460
10. Lars Strandell Sweden 13-3 0 651 HUSQVARNA 576 XP
11. Tomas Kvasnicak Slovakia 31-2 0 644 STIHL MS 460
12. Francois Piete Belgium 02-3 0 643 STIHL MS 640
13. Styrbjörn Kindströmer Sweden 13-1 -20 639 JONSERED CS 2171
14. Domine Krese Slovenia 09-2 0 637 HUSQVARNA 576 XP
15. Boštjan Pavšič Slovenia 09-3 0 633 HUSQVARNA 576 XP
16. Siniša Varga Croata 2 01-3 0 631 STIHL MS 460
17. Yohann Caparros France 11-1 0 630 HUSQVARNA 575 XP
18. Claude Wagener Luxembourg 03-3 0 630 HUSQVARNA 372 XP
19. Milan Žujić Serbia 12-3 0 628 STIHL MS 460
20. Jaroslav Kukuc Slovakia 31-1 0 623 STIHL MS 460
21. Viktar Zaremba Belarus 14-3 0 622 STIHL MS 460
22. Yury Nestsiarovich Belarus 14-2 0 621 STIHL MS 460
23. David Dauphin France 11-2 0 621 STIHL MS 440
24. Hubert Peters Netherlands 08-3 0 619 STIHL MS 460
25. Andre Kreins Luxembourg 03-1 0 615 STIHL MS 460
26. Andres Saxholm Sweden 13-2 0 615 HUSQVARNA 372 XP
27. Martn Meijer Netherlands 08-2 0 612 STIHL MS 660
28. David Bergen Belgium 02-1 0 612 HUSQVARNA 576 XP
29. Arjan Essenstam Netherlands 08-1 0 608 HUSQVARNA 576 XP
30. Robert Čuk Slovenia 09-1 0 598 HUSQVARNA 576 XP
31. Mitsugi Akita Japan 10-1 -20 593 HUSQVARNA 576 XP
32. Valery Durovitch Belarus 14-1 0 592 STIHL MS 460
33. Tomohiro Maeda Japan 10-3 0 578 HUSQVARNA 576 XP
34. Francois Lambregts Belgium 02-2 0 568 STIHL MS 460
35. Ante Kaurin Croata 2 01-2 0 568 STIHL MS 460
36. Senad Bećirović Serbia 12-1 0 567 STIHL MS 460
37. Thomas Wickert Germany 16-3 0 558 STIHL MS 460
38. Gerhard Briechle Germany 16-1 0 556 STIHL MS 460
39. Hannes Herzog Austria 17-2 0 555 STIHL MS 460
40. Aleksandr Sokolov Russian Federaton 15-3 0 553 HUSQVARNA 576 XP
41. Florian Isler Switzerland 22-3 0 551 STIHL MS 460
42. Marco Trabert Germany 16-2 0 550 STIHL MS 460
43. Benjamin Greber Austria 17-1 0 550 STIHL MS 440
44. Aleksandr Mallat Russian Federaton 15-1 0 537 HUSQVARNA 576 XP
45. Recher Baltz Switzerland 22-1 -20 532 STIHL MS 440
46. Ilya Shvetsov Russian Federaton 15-2 0 530 HUSQVARNA 576 XP
47. Gats Brencis Latvia 27-1 0 530 HUSQVARNA 372 XP
48. Jukka Perämäki Finland 26-3 0 526 HUSQVARNA 576 XP
49. Daniel Gautschi Switzerland 22-2 0 526 STIHL MS 440
50. Vesa Kurki Finland 26-1 -20 522 JONSERED W 2071
51. Jon Erik Solberg Norway 28-3 -20 516 STIHL MS 460
52. Richard Petersen Norway 28-2 0 515 STIHL MS 460
53. Edmunds Krišāns Latvia 27-2 0 503 JONSERED W 2071
54. Richard Elliot United Kingdom 24-1 0 503 JONSERED W 2071
55. Mauri Marjomaa Finland 26-2 0 502 DOLMAR PS 7900
56. Jacek Stochnialek Poland 21-2 0 498 DOLMAR PS 7900
57. Alun Jones United Kingdom 24-2 0 497 HUSQVARNA 372 XP
58. Jiri Herzog Czech Republic 23-2 0 497 DOLMAR PS 7900
59. Ole Ludvig Gjøby Norway 28-1 0 496 JONSERED CS 2171
60. Anatolijs Selivanovs Latvia 27-3 -20 491 JONSERED W 2071
61. Jiri Vorlicek Czech Republic 23-3 -20 485 HUSQVARNA 372 XP
62. Hitoshi Keta Japan 10-2 -40 474 HUSQVARNA 576 XP
63. Tomasz Kowol Poland 21-1 0 470 MAKITA DCS 7901
64. Elesban Witng Ecuador 07-3 -20 470 HUSQVARNA 372 XP
65. Dewi Willims United Kingdom 24-3 0 466 HUSQVARNA 576 XP
66. Kamil Szarmach Poland 21-3 0 465 MAKITA DCS 7901
67. Oleksandr Kostyushko Ukraine 20-3 0 464 HUSQVARNA 372 XP
68. Jiri Andel Czech Republic 23-1 0 442 DOLMAR PS 7900
69. Francesc Masagué Spain 25-3 0 416 JONSERED CS 2171
70. Miguel Casas Spain 25-1 0 380 JONSERED CS 2171
71. Edison Angulo Ecuador 07-1 -60 339 HUSQVARNA 372 XP
72. Kleber Franco Ecuador 07-2 -80 310 HUSQVARNA 372 XP
73. Francesc Villarubias Spain 25-2 -70 240 JONSERED CS 2171

 

Here is top 5 in the disciplines so far:

Tree Felling
1. Jean Michel Pettqueux France 11-3 0 02:19,00 659 HUSQVARNA 576 XP
2. Dragan Beretć Serbia 12-2 0 02:36,00 659 STIHL MS 460
3. Dragan Dobenko Croata 2 01-1 0 02:37,00 656 STIHL MS 460
4. Lars Strandell Sweden 13-3 0 02:29,00 651 HUSQVARNA 576 XP
5. Tomas Kvasnicak Slovakia 31-2 0 02:53,00 644 STIHL MS 460

Fitting another chain
1. Gerhard Briechle Germany 16-1 0 00:08,93 138 STIHL MS 460
2. Hannes Herzog Austria 17-2 0 00:09,69 134 STIHL MS 460
3. Aleksandr Sokolov Russian Federaton 15-3 0 00:10,22 132 HUSQVARNA 576 XP
4. Thomas Wickert Germany 16-3 0 00:10,46 132 STIHL MS 460
5. Benjamin Greber Austria 17-1 0 00:10,81 130 STIHL MS 440

Bucking with combined cuts
1. Vesa Kurki Finland 26-1 0 00:25,00 197 JONSERED W 2071
2. Thomas Wickert Germany 16-3 0 00:31,00 196 STIHL MS 460
3. Gats Brencis Latvia 27-1 0 00:31,00 191 HUSQVARNA 372 XP
4. Recher Baltz Switzerland 22-1 0 00:23,00 190 STIHL MS 440
5. Ole Ludvig Gjøby Norway 28-1 0 00:25,00 190 JONSERED CS 2171

Precision bucking
1. Ole Kjaer Denmark 30-1 0 00:22,45 251 JONSERED W 2071
2. Hannes Herzog Austria 17-2 0 00:26,14 242 STIHL MS 460
3. Gerhard Briechle Germany 16-1 0 00:26,62 242 STIHL MS 460
4. Benjamin Greber Austria 17-1 0 00:29,14 241 STIHL MS 440
5. Marco Trabert Germany 16-2 0 00:22,83 239 STIHL MS 460

 

And finally, here's the U24 results so far:

1. Lasse Kjaer Denmark 30-4 0 1158 JONSERED W 2071
2. Gediminas Stasiunas Lithuania 29-4 0 793 HUSQVARNA 576 XP
3. Andrej Oblak Slovenia 09-4 0 634 STIHL MS 440
4. Hilco Kragt Netherlands 08-4 0 630 STIHL MS 460
5. Maksim Pryshchyk Belarus 14-4 0 609 STIHL MS 460
6. Kim Speidel Luxembourg 03-4 0 609 STIHL MS 460
7. Davor Ivanković Croata 2 01-4 0 598 STIHL MS 460
8. Marko Nešković Serbia 12-4 0 598 STIHL MS 460
9. Camille Nollet France 11-4 0 576 STIHL MS 440
10. Ole Harald L. Kveseth Norway 28-4 0 569 STIHL MS 460
11. Lerch Orlando Switzerland 22-4 0 551 STIHL MS 460
12. Hiroki Shirakawa Japan 10-4 0 530 HUSQVARNA 576 XP
13. Florian Huster Germany 16-4 0 515 HUSQVARNA 372 XP
14. Vladimir Dashugin Russian Federaton 15-4 0 512 HUSQVARNA 576 XP
15. Marin Rousal Czech Republic 23-4 0 489 SOLO 671
16. Mārtņš Ķepīts Latvia 27-4 -20 478 HUSQVARNA 575 XP
17. Joni Toivio Finland 26-4 0 466 HUSQVARNA 372 XP
18. Josh Russell United Kingdom 24-4 0 452 HUSQVARNA 372 XP
19. Gerd Sneijers Belgium 02-4 0 445 HUSQVARNA 576 XP
20. Adam Dobrenko Poland 21-4 0 440 HUSQVARNA 576 XP
21. Jordi Anglada Spain 25-4 0 396 JONSERED CS 2171
22. Taras Ocheretyuk Ukraine 20-4 0 352 MOTOR SICH

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