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caber

Scot a heavy section of trimmed tree trunk thrown in competition at Highland games
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Such a similar tuffite was also intersected on the Caber Property.
Despite the release of the jail officers, Caber said the leftist rebels were not off the hook.
Despite what many people think, a good caber toss isn't about distance, but about style, aim and technique.
At 39 Gunn has been tossing the caber for 24 years and is a living legend within the Highland Games set.
The 15ft, 80lb ladies' caber was swiped from the loch where organisers of this weekend's Inverness games were soaking it to make it heavier before the event.
STAR Wars superstar Ewan McGregor will swap his light-sabre for a caber as Chieftain at his home town's Highland games this summer.
The Queen, along with the Queen Mum and Charles, was laughing at a caber tosser.
For the Californian caber tosser is always dreaming of success when she comes to Scotland to compete.
Competitors toss the caber and also participate in track events, the tug of war and solo piping.
A FORMER champion caber tosser has revealed the secret of his success - drinking beer.
The Rev Chris Ruscher believes he can put the fear of God into fellow athletes with his shot putt and caber throwing techniques.