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USLRA NEWS

SALZMAN CAPTURES 10TH WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP; INGBRETSON WINS WOMEN’S TITLE


J.R. Salzman wins his 10th World Championship at the Lumberjack World
Championships on July 25, 2015. (photo credit Aperture by Steve Davis)

The 2015 Log Rolling World Championships ended Saturday night and two Hayward natives left as champions. 36-year old J.R. Salzman won his record tying 10th title, matching Jubiel Wickheim, who won his 10th in 1969. Salzman defeated five time champ Brian Duffy, 3-0, capping off a dominant weekend, in which Salzman only lost one fall the entire tournament. Dominik Serpico finished third for the men, Garrick Birdsong fourth. On the women’s side, 20-year old Hayward native Meredith Ingbretson won her first World Championship, defeating Ellie Davenport, 3-1. Emily Christopherson finished third for the women, Abby Hoeschler came in fourth.

The 2015 Women’s Boom Run Championship also went to Ingbretson, who also won the 2012 and 2014 Boom Running Championships. Meredith clocked a time of 14.079. Charlie Fenton of Waupaca who won the 2012 and 2013 Boom Championship, also took home the 2015 title on Saturday night finishing with a time of 13.235.

See the full Elite Log Rolling and Boom Runnng Results here: ELITE RESULTS
See the brackets here: BRACKETS


Meredith Ingbretson and Ellie Davenport compete for the 2015 World Championship at the
Lumberjack World Championships on July 25, 2015. (photo credit Aperture by Steve Davis)


Charlie Fenton wins the boom run World Championship at the Lumberjack World
Championships on July 25, 2015. (photo credit Aperture by Steve Davis)


Meredith Ingbretson wins the boom run World Championship at the Lumberjack World
Championships on July 25, 2015. (photo credit Aperture by Steve Davis)

 

Thanks to Steve Davis of Aperture Photography for
all of the amazing pictures from LWC. View and purchase
pictures from this event at Aperture by Steve Davis.

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