I don’t think this is a fair way to qualify because there aren’t many comps where some people live so they miss out.I think you have to have set a certain time or below in another competition when you register for that event. After registration closes, they remove events people didn’t qualify for, e.g. I am sub 20, qualification is a sub 30 ao5, but I haven't been to a comp, so if
registration closes on me, and I haven’t achieved the sub 30 ao5 officially, I am removed from the list. Qualifying times are listed on the comp website.
All you need to do for 3x3 is to have an official result at comp.how do you qualify for nationals (like 3x3)
Lucky Aussies. In US Nats last year, you had to have a 40-second average. It's no problem for me, but it stinks for anybody who lives close to the Nats venue, but averages higher than 40 seconds (let's be honest here, there won't be many people who average 35-40 seconds that will be traveling hundreds of miles to go to Nats).But for all other events as long as you've competed in a competition and gotten a solve before, you're all good!
Damn, Even though Barwon for the Buch is in Victoria, its ages away. Stinks if you live in Portsea or something (or though you could catch the ferry
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