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Caber toss - Wikipedia
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 ... More »

The Science Of Caber Tossing | Science 2.0

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Apr 30, 2010 ... Being that caber tossing is also a Scottish sport, and most Scottish sports(1) are based on a dare, the objective is not actually to throw it the ...

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May 13, 2015 ... Reckon you could toss a caber at a Highland games, but not sure how it's done? We got Scottish strongman Jamie Barr to show us how it's ...
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Sep 23, 2007 ... ... Daniel McKim outlines some helpful tips on throwing the caber. www. believethrower.com. ... Daniel Mckim ( World Champion ) Caber Toss .

How to Toss a Caber - Jardine Electronics Root Page

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I can't believe that there are that many people in the world who even know about caber tossing! So, time for a cleanup...But, no! No changes: if something is ...

Scottish Heavy Athletics - Caber Toss

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Caber Toss. The Caber is a tree that has been cut and trimmed down so one end is slightly wider than the other. It can vary length from 16 to 22 feet and ...

How to Caber toss « Track & Field

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Feb 10, 2010 ... Caber thrower Daniel McKim is dedicated to the sport of Caber Tossing. He takes us through the demanding process of this sport in this video ...

caber toss - Diesel Crew

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Oct 26, 2011 ... The toss is scored when the caber is flipped end over end and its position on the ground in relation to the thrower determines a clock score.

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Hammer Throw except a 16lb. hammer is used. Caber Toss The Caber is a tree that has been cut and trimmed down so one end is slightly wider than the other.

NASGA - Rules

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The judge may set boundaries if he feels the ground in a certain area is not suitable for the caber to be tossed or to provide safety for the spectators.