AXE THROWING RULES
The target is thirty-six inches wide, consisting of five rings that are each four inches wide.
The outside ring is worth one point, the next one in is worth two, then three, then four and finally the bulls eye is worth five points.
The distance of the throwing line to the target should be 6.1 meters or 21 feet, but at least one association conducts competitions from 15 and 30 foot distances.Each player gets five throws in a game for a maximum score of 25.
The thrower must not step over the throwing line before the axe hits or misses the target; a thrower who steps over the line gets 0 points.
Before the competition, a special target for practice throws must be made available. Throwers practicing on the competition target will be disqualified from the competition.
The sport of axe throwing deals with a potentially dangerous weapon, so the throwing area must be kept safe at all times. If there is an open area behind the target, then spectators and others should be plainly prevented from walking into said area.
The target area should be taped off using flags or light fencing materials. A first aid kit and a person trained in first aid and CPR should be at hand in the event of an emergency.
For competition in rural and remote areas, the GPS location for the event should be reported in the case of First-Responders being needed.