The caber toss is a traditional Scottish athletic event in which competitors toss a
large tapered pole called a "caber". It is normally practised at the Scottish ...
Any throwing style may be used as long as the rules are followed and the style is
... The competitor may take any length of run they wish and may toss the caber ...
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May 30, 2011 ... Daniel Mckim ( World Champion ) Caber Toss . .... A Guide to the Heavy Events
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Apr 30, 2010 ... A caber is a pole approximately 18 feet long that weighs approximately 150
pounds. It is about 9 inches thick at one end and tapers to about 5 ...
The weights consist of a block of metal attached by a length of chain to a ... A
Women's caber is typically 10 to 16 feet in length and weighs between 40 and
In the caber toss, a full length log, usually made of Scots pine, is stood upright
and lifted by the competitor using both hands under the bottom of the caber to
But the path between seeing your first caber toss and getting your hands on that
.... The long and heavy cabers require the field experience, the technique and ...
Caber definition, a pole or beam, especially one thrown as a trial of strength. See
more. ... The caber is the heavy trunk of a tree from 16 to 20 ft. long.
Sep 16, 2000 ... The dimensions of a caber - or cabar in Gaelic - can vary enormously but the
norm weighs about 150lbs (68kgs), is 18 feet (5.5m) long and ...
Rules of Caber Toss. The caber toss is a traditional Scottish event in which
competitors attempt to throw and flip end over end a long, heavy log, known as a