This is the place to get the latest, up to date news and views on the most exciting arrival to Australia's sporting calendar, STIHL® TIMBERSPORTS® Australia.
You've seen it on 7Mate, now see it live! The 2019 STIHL TIMBERPSPORTS® Australian Championships will be back on the Gold Coast on Saturday 14th September, 2019.
Australia's top 12 STIHL TIMBERSPORTS® athletes will take the big stage this month on the picturesque foreshore at Geelong's Steampacket Gardens as they compete for the 2019 STIHL TIMBERSPORTS® Australian Champions Trophy.
The Australian Chopperoos have made history in Liverpool, setting a new world record and winning Gold.
Triumphing over fierce competition from around the world, the Victorian Athlete has won Gold.
The results are infrom a nail-bitingweekend of axe-ion on the Gold Coast!
With The US and France at his tail, Gurr is the first Aussie to win the title.
Up against twelve of the world's best, Argent showed true Aussie determination achieving a new Personal Best.
The Champions Trophy and Rookie World Championship of the STIHL TIMBERSPORTS® Series, the world's leading logger sports competition, will light up Marseille, France on 26 May 2018.
For the second year in a row, Mitch Argent from Blackbutt, Queensland was crowned Australian champion at the STIHL TIMBERSPORTS® Australian Champions Trophy on Friday 20 April.
The Original Extreme Sport - STIHL TIMBERSPORTS® - smashes into action on Friday 20th April at the Sydney Entertainment Quarter.
It was a clash of the titans between Australia and New Zealand at the STIHL TIMBERSPORTS® World Championship men's final in Norway yesterday morning, everything coming down to a heartstopping final heat between the best two STIHL TIMBERSPORTS® athletes in the world.
Australia's Chopperoos produced the fastest time at the 2017 STIHL TIMBERSPORTS® World Championships on their way to a bronze medal finish, a heart breaking moment in the semi-final costing the hot favourites the chance to defend their world title.
The STIHL TIMBERSPORTS® series World Championships will chop and saw its way into Lillehammer, Norway on November 4th and 5th (Australian Time). The Australian Chopperoos will make the trip north as red-hot favourites to secure their fourth consecutive Team World Championship and an unprecedented fifth world championship in total.
Proving he is still king of the sport, New South Welsh man Brad De Losa took the Australian Champion title for a 2nd year running and secured his spot on the Chopperoos.
Young Tasmanian, Daniel Gurr has taken out the 2017 STIHL TIMBERSPORTS® Australian Rookie Championship at Melbourne's Albert Park on Friday the 6th of October.
Winkleigh's Amanda Beams ruled the stage at Australia's first STIHL TIMERSPORTS® Australian Women's Championship held at Melbourne's iconic Albert Park on Friday the 6th of October.
Hungry for axe-tion? STIHL Timbersports - The Original Extreme Sport - will be teaming up with Albert Park Golf Course and Greenfields to bring Melbournians a feast of extreme action, delicious food and fun for all the family.
The STIHL TIMBERSPORTS Series – The Original Extreme Sport – is thrilled to announce that in 2017 it will launch its first Australian Women's Championship!
De Losa, who had previously won the title in 2014 (Budapest, Hungary) and 2015 (Florence, Italy) thrilled the packed crowd at the Cruise Centre Altona as he struck gold again, winning back the prestigious title of CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS for a third time.
It was a close call for young Australian Blake Marsh (23) from Bellbird, NSW who came 2nd in the world at the 2017 STIHL TIMBERSPORTS® Rookie World Champion in Hamburg, Germany.
You didn't need an axe to cut the tension at the 2017 STIHL TIMBERSPORTS® Pro Tour qualifier presented by Amarok V6, it was that tight. Nine of the country's top STIHL TIMBERSPORTS® athletes battled it out for just five spots on next year's pro tour.
The next crop of Australia's STIHL Timbersports talent were in action at Sydney Supercars this weekend in the 2016 STIHL Timbersports Australian Rookie Championship Presented by Amarok V6.
This weekend sees the ‘final chop' of the 2016 STIHL TIMBERSPORTS® season, at the Sydney 500 Supercars, Olympic Park – Saturday 3 & Sunday 4 December 2016. It will be a weekend of highs and lows as the country's top axe men swing into action.
Just 24 hours after celebrating a world team title and two world records for Australia it was heartbreak for Brad De Losa in the individual competition at the 2016 STIHL TIMBERSPORTS® World Championship in Stuttgart, Germany overnight.
Australia has proven that it is king of the wood once again winning the title of ‘World Champions' at the 2016 STIHL TIMBERSPORTS® World Championship in Stuttgart, Germany for a third year running.
STIHL Timbersports Australia Champion Brad De Losa is out to prove he is more than a ‘one hit wonder' on the world stage. De Losa will take on the best lumberjacks in the Single Competition at the STIHL Timbersports World Championship in Stuttgart, Germany.
The Australian Chopperoos have set their sights on an unprecedented third-straight STIHL Timbersports Relay crown at the 2016 World Championship in Stuttgart, Germany on November 11.
The crowd packed in as Australia's top lumberjacks went head-to-head, the roar of the Hot Saws overpowering the thrum of the V8 Supercars. Everyone was watching series leader Laurence O'Toole closely, the Victorian needing a top-two finish to win the Championship.
New South Welshman Brad De Losa has claimed the STIHL Timbersports Australian Championship with a spectacular stocksaw showdown.
After the climax to the 2016 Pro Tour at Bathurst 1000, race fans also got to see New South Wales' top Rookie STIHL Timbersports athletes in axetion. The field of six battled it out for 2 spots at the Australian Rookie Final to be held in December at Homebush, NSW.
The 2015 STIHL Timbersports Australian team are off to Poznan, Poland to compete against the world's top lumberjacks from more than 20 nations. Over 100 athletes will meet in Poznan, Poland on the 13th & 14th of November to represent their respected countries, to determine the 2015 World Champion in the team and the individual competition.