In Canada, you don't need to be a lumberjack to be an ax-thrower. But you do have to be accurate, careful and ready to master a new sport. Matt Wilson, founder and CEO of the Toronto-based Backyard Axe Throwing League (BATL), explains how casual competition among friends became an organized sport that's gaining popularity in North America and elsewhere.
Competitive axe throwing in Chicago People toss axes towards target at Bad Axe Throwing, an indoor axe throwing company, in Chicago, Illinois on September 30, 2016. Axe-throwing, which is done in groups of eight or more, or in league play, with 30 competitors who register online.
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