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[NAR] Brian Loftus 19.93 OH avg

Tyson

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I wish I could have gone to the after party. Looked like it was fun.
Pass solving, where each person does a step? You know, amusingly back at the first Chattahoochee competition back in... 2006 I believe (yeah, had to be 2006...), me, Leyan Lo, and Brandon Blankenship did something similar. You kind of have to be next to each other so you can look ahead. I think eventually we were able to consistently do sub-18 on it.
 

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Congrats on the Vietnamese record! Perhaps I should claim residence in somewhere like Nigeria, then I could take all the national records! :D
Yay, you can see me in the first video sitting right next to the amazing Lofty! I'm famous!
 

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I think a lot of these people coming from "random" countries are students traveling to attend school in the US.
If you were from a country like that tho we could have fun shouting Nation Record! after all of your solves.
This was a ridiculously fun competition! You can see me and Chris doing my first of 3 OH 42 cube marathon in the background of the pass sovling! Thanks Chris. 16:40 or something like that :)
 

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I think a lot of these people coming from "random" countries are students traveling to attend school in the US.
If you were from a country like that tho we could have fun shouting Nation Record! after all of your solves.
This was a ridiculously fun competition! You can see me and Chris doing my first of 3 OH 42 cube marathon in the background of the pass sovling! Thanks Chris. 16:40 or something like that :)


Hmm... There are students at my school from Burma and Senegal. Neither have had people from there compete.

I need to get them cubing!
 
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