Kaslo’s Andrea Hand competes in the single buck during the STIHL Timbersports Canadian Championship in Wasaga Beach, Ont., last month. Photo submitted

Kaslo athlete finishes 4th at logger sport nationals

Andrea Hand competed in the Pro Women’s division

Kaslo’s Andrea Hand finished fourth in her first trip to the STIHL Timbersports Canadian Championship last month.

Hand competed in the pro women’s division in Wasaga Beach, Ont., on July 19 to 22. She earned a berth in the nationals after finishing first in the regional qualifiers, and was one of just three women from Western Canada at the championships.

The 33 year old is a regular at Kaslo’s annual logger sports competition in May, but has only been competing professionally for two years.

Related: VIDEO: Kaslo native headed to national logger sports championships

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