Prague - Brayden Meyer won the STIHL TIMBERSPORTS World Championship. Czechs are among the top Europeans
Brayden Meyer is the new world champion!
At the STIHL TIMBERSPORTS World Championship in Prague, Australian Brayden Meyer won the final run with nine points ahead of his rival Cassidy Scheer from the United States. Bronze was given to Shane Jordan from New Zealand.
In four of the six disciplines, the Down Under man kept on top until the last round in the Hot Sow discipline again caused unintentional high tensions at the Industrial Palace in Prague. After the team world cup went to Australia last Friday night, Brayden now also won the title in the individuals world cup.
The Czech local hero, who this time brought the Industrial Palace with almost 2,500 spectators to the boil, made it to the second round.
** Jacques Lemans is the sponsor and official timekeeper of this world-renowned event.**