Common questions

How much do timbersports make?

How much do timbersports make?

Woodchoppers at the top of the tree, making up to $100k a year.

What is another name for timbersports?

The terms ‘timbersports’ and ‘timber sports’ are trademarked by Stihl Inc.

What stock saw is used in STIHL TIMBERSPORTS?

STIHL MS 661 C-M stock saw
The STIHL MS 661 C-M stock saw is a new STIHL standard chain saw. Powered at approximately 7.3 HP, its displacement is 91.1 cc and it weighs 7.4 kg. The MS 661 C-M is equipped with M-Tronic all-electronic engine management.


STIHL TIMBERSPORTS® started in 1985 at regional U.S. logging competitions, and has grown to become a worldwide phenomenon with National Championships in 27 countries, culminating in the STIHL TIMBERSPORTS® World Championships (Individual and Team Relay).

How much do woodchoppers make?

Salary Ranges for Wood Choppers The salaries of Wood Choppers in the US range from $18,280 to $41,780 , with a median salary of $25,010 . The middle 50% of Wood Choppers makes between $25,010 and $27,820, with the top 83% making $41,780.

What is the prize money for Stihl Timbersports?

The title of Australian Champion isn’t the only reward on offer, the eventual winner will claim $20,000 in prize money in Geelong and up to potential $20,000 more in Sweden the following month.

How much is Stihl worth?

In fiscal year 2020, the STIHL Group achieved a sales revenue of 4.58 billion euros. This represents a growth of 16.5 percent compared to the previous year (2019: 3.93 billion euros).

Who builds hot saws?

However, according to lumberjack Mike Sullivan, approximately 80 percent of the hot saws on the circuit are made by Lemke, an automotive dealer in Mosinee, Wis. In talking to both Sullivan and Lemke, it becomes clear that Lemke takes great pride in his craft – and for good reason.

How many rounds are there to win the timbersports championships?

This was just his third time on the Championship stage, after finishing 8th in 2017 and in 6th in 2018. He’ll represent the U.S. in the World Championships in Prague in November. The Championship competition format is comprised of three rounds, with two athletes eliminated after the first and second round.


Daniel Gurr
From Deloraine, Tasmania to the world stage in Marseille, France – Aussie Daniel Gurr, 21 years old, has been declared the World Champion at the STIHL TIMBERSPORTS® Rookie World Championship overnight in front of thousands of fans from around the world.

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