VIDEO: Bad Axe Throwing comes to Surrey

Last year, Bad Axe Throwing opened up a location in Newton

Ever thrown an axe?

If not, you could try out one of the newest trending sports in North America.

Bad Axe Throwing was founded in 2014 by Mario Zelaya. In three short years, there are now 17 locations across Canada and the United States.

Last year, Bad Axe Throwing opened up a location in Surrey, and it’s part of the chain’s new World Axe Throwing League that starts on Oct. 9-10.

Regional finals will be held at end of November and finals in early December, with a grand prize of $3,500.

More than 1,000 axe-throwing competitors from 15 cities are expected to compete in the new league.

The sport welcomes newcomers and people who are willing to compete. Bad Axe Throwing is becoming a popular spot for birthdays, events, and bachelor parties.

See more at badaxethrowing.com.

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