Birling (log rolling) is done on 12 foot long, lathe turned, cedar logs with varying diameters that range between 12 and 15 inches.  Contestants roll progressively smaller (faster) logs until someone falls.  Matches are normally decided by the best two out of three falls, except in the semifinals and finals where they are decided by the best three out of five falls.  All contests in all divisions are run on a modified double-elimination basis. 

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