>Host competition in america.
>10% of the bestcubers from around the rest of the world can attend.
>America wins and claims yet again to be the best country.
This is exactly what Americans do with Baseball, and ''Football'' and all the other sports that no one else cares about. The only way this competition would be fair, is if it was a virtual/youtube competition.
Then why make the event country's, and not just teams of friends?
Each country should pick one cuber per event.
If you want it to be an official one, why not suggest the 5 cubers to be chosen from at the end of the year? (Which means, any cuber could participate from any mart of the world
The community did something like this in 2004. It was strictly online, and a number of countries each had a team of their fastest cubers and competed via averages, singles, etc for rankings. It was relatively informal, but a lot of fun! I think doing something like this again would be a very good idea! Sounds great! If you want it to happen, start to organize the teams together. If everyone pitches in, then this could be something (unofficial) that I think could easily be done during worlds. It might need to be organized by the competitors themselves, and the solves may need to be done in the audience, but I see no reason why this can't happen.
They did something like this in the Shanghai Summer, Basically a China vs Japan event.
They had a few cubers from China and Japan to go against each other in:
2-7 group relay
Team step relay (each cube does a different step of CFOP)
Chinese choose WCA event to do head to head
Then Japanese choose event to do head to head(the country chooses who to go head to head)
(China choose magic and Japan choose 5x5
Nakaji vs Lin Chen 5x5 and Yohei Oka vs Congbiao Jiang on magic
Lin Chen and Yohei Oka won lol)
maybe some other stuff I didn't remember, but it should be in the video