Currently, my PB is 11.79. I think it was mostly a full step solve, too! Really fast and efficient F2L.
My PR right now is 16.75. Don't remember much about the solve itself, but I was really surprised when I got it. Mostly because I was still in the low 20's at the time of my competition in...
I can't believe that the WR single is already sub-4! Mostly because of the time it took for the WR to be sub-5. I believe it was 4 years to sub-5, and for sub-4 it only took 3.
Yeah, there is barely any video, and the rest of the people in the round didn't do as good. I still think the record...
Wow! That takes some skill to become sub-20 in a matter of months. It took me 5 years to get barely sub-20. Mostly because I stopped cubing for roughly a year. Good luck with getting NR! Doubt it will happen for me because the Canadian NR is sub-5
At the last competition I went to, I had an amazing 2x2 average. 2 move layers. Don't have the scrambles, but the moves were U' R2 or U R2 on the solves. Definitely under 20 moves.
Other easy scrambles. I once had a 1 move cross on 3x3. That was a PB of mine.
i enjoy cubing podcasts. the current podcasts i listen to are the Dlsone podcast (With DGCubes and others) and Kit Clement and Andrew Nathanson's (colorful pockets) Layer by Layer podcast. both are very different from one another.
Personally, I don't think that it would give someone a certain advantage. Probably because of the fact that when speedsolving, blind included, that the person solving doesn't really notice the magnets all that much, as their mostly in place to make puzzles a bit more stable. Also, I think most...
Yeah, Asia would be a prime candidate because of the fact that worlds has only been there once or twice in the history of modern speedcubing competitions. Although, Australia would also be a good place to have worlds since there's some really fast people there. Mainly Feliks and Jayden