As many of you know the WCA has a GitHub section in which they do a lot of talking and thought about pretty much everything WCA related (especially regulation changes).
My reason for this post/thread is to try and encourage people that have thoughts...
Not sure if this thread will go far (although I hope it goes somewhere), but I was thinking that having a thread where people that have organized comps can give advice to people looking at organizing, as well as giving advice to running good comps, mentioning some things to keep in mind, good...
Was just informed by @weatherman223 that Max Park has finally broken the longest standing WR, which is the 3x3 OH single. New WR time is 6.82 and it was done at Bay Area Speedcubin' 20 2019.
Huge congrats to Max on this WR!
Well since it is now October (and hopefully only a few months until US Nats 2020 is announced) I thought I would create a thread for US Nats 2020 and start with where it might be.
This thread of course is for anything US Nats 2020 related, but lets start with possible locations.
I am not certain how to start this thread (as in what I should say) but lets see if I can find a start.
As I was watching the US Nationals 2019 live stream a few weeks back I heard someone say that there has been talk among people (Kit Clement and according to Kit it probably was Dene...
Done at US Nationals 2019 in the final round of Clock: https://cubecomps.cubing.net/live.php?cid=4470&cat=7&rnd=2
Congratulations @schapel on achieving the Clock NAR average and by beating your previous PB by almost a second. Well done!
Incredible and amazing times! Hugh congrats to Tymon on breaking the Pyraminx WR average.
Done at Grudziadz Open: http://www.cubecomps.com/live.php?cid=3947&cat=11&rnd=2
Lol, I just realized that Tymon only broke his previous WR average by 0.01!
Congratulations to Harsha on getting the Pyraminx single NR, and for just edging out Drews 1.32 single my 0.01. This was done at the Garrettsville G-Man Classic 2019 competition and I was happy to have seen it in person: http://www.cubecomps.com/live.php?cid=3936&compid=81
This puts him now...
As you may have already seen @weatherman223 post in the "Cubing in Colorado" thread, the "Rocky Mountain Spring 2019" is now official and on the WCA website: https://www.worldcubeassociation.org/competitions/RockyMountainSpring2019
I am very happy to still be able to host this competition...
Done at Polish Championships 2018: http://www.cubecomps.com/live.php?cid=3636&cat=15&rnd=1
Congratulations to Szymon and Kacper on tying the 3x3 FMC Single and for joining the 4 others that have gotten a sub 20 official single. I look forward to seeing the scramble/solutions.
Done at OSU Blind Weekend: http://www.cubecomps.com/live.php?cid=3587&cat=18&rnd=1
Congratulations to Stanley on getting the 5x5 BLD single WR. That is very impressive and well done.
I will edit this post once I find a video for it.
I just came across this video by LaZer0MonKey (a.k.a Phillip Lewicki) who got a 19.68 single on the 18cm 3x3, which I am almost completely certain is the first sub 20 solve that anyone had gotten on the 18cm 3x3, which is pretty cool;
Dose anyone know of a faster single then this one? Also...
Well, I guess that sub 4 solves are getting to common for them to be interesting any more:), because I just came across this video of Seung-Hyuk Nahm's 3.85 3x3 single that he got while practicing for the Asian Championships:
The scramble for the solve starts at 0:30.
And thanks to Mateusz Gil...
I just came across this video last night, and I thought I would share it seeing as it is really cool (at least I think so) : )
Great job to @Killernerd24 for getting another UWR in the BLD category, and great reaction : ). Keep up the great solves and I look forward to all future...