VIDEO: Learn the events in competitive boomerang throwing

The US Boomerang National Championships take place this weekend at Lake Stevens Community Park.

The 2018 US Boomerang National Championships take place this weekend at Lake Stevens Community Park. Here’s a schedule of events (all sessions are free and open to the public):

SATURDAY

9 a.m. — National Championships (expected to last until about 4 p.m.)

SUNDAY

9 a.m. — U.S. national team practice

11 a.m. — Learn to throw a boomerang

12:30 p.m. — Boomerang games

If you want to know what a boomerang competition is all about, check out this video put together by U.S. national team member Logan Broadbent, who will be one of the favorites at this weekend’s competition:

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