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Braydon Meyer stuns Jason Wynyard in Stihl Timbersports Champions Trophy

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Australia's Braydon Meyer narrowly beats out Jason Wynyard in the Timbersports Champions Trophy. SHOWS: ST. JOHANN IN TIROL, AUSTRIA (MAY 26, 2016) (SMARAGD - ACCESS ALL) 1. VIEW OF THE ALPS 2. VARIOUS SCENIC SHOTS OF ST. JOHANN IN TIROL 3. CROWD WATCHING 4. JASON WYNYARD (BLACK/GREY TOP) AND BRAYDON MEYER (GREEN/WHITE TOP) WALKING ONTO STAGE FOR FINAL 5. VARIOUS OF MEYER AND WYNYARD COMPETING IN FINAL 6. MEYER COMPLETES THE STANDING BLOCK CHOP BEFORE WYNYARD TO WIN THE FINAL 7. MEYER AND WYNYARD SHAKING HANDS 8. CROWD WATCHING 9. (SOUNDBITE) (English) TIMBERSPORTS CHAMPION, BRAYDON MEYER, SAYING: "I thought if I could get a start on the Single Buck before him I knew I could hold him off on the block and that's what I've done. But Jason Wynyard, he's the seven-time world champion and a great mate of mine. I've watched him grow up... he's watched me grow up more like it and I've seen him all over the world when I was a little kid watching him in the U.S. series over there and it's really heartening to be were he is and everything like that." 10. VARIOUS OF MEYER ON PODIUM BEING PRESENTED WITH THE CHAMPION'S RING 11. CROWD 12. VARIOUS OF MEYER AND OTHER COMPETITORS SPRAYING CHAMPAGNE ON THE PODIUM STORY: 20-year-old Australian Braydon Meyer stunned the seven-time world champion Jason Wynyard to win the Stihl Timbersports Champions Trophy in Austria on Thursday (May 26). The competition brought eight of the best lumberjacks in the world to a stunning cliffside stage in the Tyrolean Alps, approximately 1,700m above sea level. In a closely fought final Meyer finished in a time of one minute 7.89 seconds, just ahead of New Zealand's Wynyard on one minute 9.04 seconds.