Aussie crowned #3 in the world
Young gun Aussie, Brayden Meyer, finished an impressive 3rd place at the 2015 STIHL TIMBERSPORTSⓇ SERIES WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP, held in Poznan, Poland on 13th November 2015.
Brayden, 20 years, competed in the individual competition against over 20 countries from around the globe.
The 3rd toughest lumberjack in the world undertook six technically demanding disciplines - three with axe and three with saw - putting up a great fight. Brayden was beaten by Jason Wynyard (1st) from New Zealand and Christian Geisler (2nd) from Switzerland.
Brayden also broke a World Record in the Underhand chop with a time of 12.39sec beating the long standing record of 14.43secs by over 2 seconds!
Brayden, who is a fourth generation wood chopper, has competed and won many local titles so it's a great achievement to represent his country and come home the 3rd best in the world, in a truly global sporting competition.