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Cubing in Colorado

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Hello everyone! I just wanted to introduce myself to this group. I'm Ryan and have been cubing for five years. I have been to 7 Colorado competitions since 2015. I sadly can not go to Denver Back to School because I am on the waiting list. I am looking forward to the upcoming competition in November organized by Tristan and Zachary. Do you all have any other information about that competition? I know the events will probably be 2,3,7, skewb, pyraminx, and megaminx. It should be fun. I was also wondering if a possible PBQ competition will take place because I want to get a BLD success and possible 4BLD success once I learn it. Anyway, I appreciate you all organizing these competitions and please let me know if there is anything I can do to help a competition run smoother.
 
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I was wondering Tristan if we will have a PBQ competition soon in Colorado. I know a while back that you said you wanted to have one, so do you have any progress on that? Also, if you have any other updates that you are aware of on upcoming Colorado competitions please let me know. Thanks!
 
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Hello everyone! I just wanted to introduce myself to this group. I'm Ryan and have been cubing for five years. I have been to 7 Colorado competitions since 2015. I sadly can not go to Denver Back to School because I am on the waiting list. I am looking forward to the upcoming competition in November organized by Tristan and Zachary. Do you all have any other information about that competition? I know the events will probably be 2,3,7, skewb, pyraminx, and megaminx. It should be fun. I was also wondering if a possible PBQ competition will take place because I want to get a BLD success and possible 4BLD success once I learn it. Anyway, I appreciate you all organizing these competitions and please let me know if there is anything I can do to help a competition run smoother.
Hi! I live in Centennial and I've been cubing for almost 2 years. I'm in the middle of my 4th comp right now. I'm sub-14 on 3x3
 
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Congrats to all the Colorado cubers who competed at CubingUsa Nationals 2019. Some state records included Dylan Hughlett's 3:09 7x7 mean, Jordan Mosakowski's 16.87 OH average, and also his 3:02 SR 7x7 single! Also, congrats to Brayden Wroten with his 9.77 3x3 average which I think puts him at the fifth person in Colorado to have a sub 10 official average.
 
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Hi! I live in Centennial and I've been cubing for almost 2 years. I'm in the middle of my 4th comp right now. I'm sub-14 on 3x3
I was wondering Tristan if we will have a PBQ competition soon in Colorado. I know a while back that you said you wanted to have one, so do you have any progress on that? Also, if you have any other updates that you are aware of on upcoming Colorado competitions please let me know. Thanks!
Welcome to this thread @KingCanyon and @TheCube4226. It is nice to meet some other Colorado cubers here on the forums. Also, my apologies for the delay in saying hi and responding to you @KingCanyon about your questions.

With that being said, for the November comp, Zac and I have a tentative schedule and I will be emailing AJ soon to give him all the info for the comp, and that I am waiting to do until I hear from Zac about the venue (which we will most likely have) but I wanted to make sure of before I email AJ.

In regards to the PBQ comp, I believe Zac will be mostly in charge of that comp, and from what I have have heard he is planning that comp for early December. Once I have some more info on that I will be sure to post that here.

Please let me know if there is anything else I can help answer for either of you, and I will be sure to get back to you sooner then this last time.

Edit: Nice job @TheCube4226 on you 3x3 PB. Well done.
 
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Thanks for the response! I really appreciate your and Zac's determination in getting these Colorado competitions organized. Also thanks for the updates and please let me know if I can do anything to help the competitions run better.
 
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Just so any who are interested, Zac and I have all the details for the November comp finalized and I am just waiting to hear back from AJ (the delegate) to get him to look over everything that I sent him last week and once I hear back from him we can hopefully get the website posted on the WCA page.

After that we are looking at hosting the PBQ comp, and that should be late November/early December. And once those are over I am hoping to get a competition for February organized, especially since Colorado has a lot of interest in competitions now, I (and the other organizers) are trying to host as many as possible. The only drawback/delay in organizing the comps is that the delegate is not always available, so we will try our best to do what we can.
 
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Nice job everyone at Denver Back to School 2019! I unfortunately couldn't make it, but saw the results on cubecomps. Some state records included a 2.82 average by Dylan Hughlett, a quick 31.96 average and 28.57 single by Jack Ryan (This competition had 3 sub 30 4x4 solves from Colorado. Previously there were none), a 58.70 3x3 WF average and 50.57 single by Logan Day-Richter, a 4.08 Pyraminx average also by Logan-Day Ritcher, a 2.42 Pyraminx single by AJ Blair, and last but not least, a 2.13 SR skewb single by Brayden Wroten.

This completion also saw the fourth person with a sub 9 3x3 average, Jack Ryan. He got 8.96 in the 2nd round, so congrats to him.

I hope you all had an awesome time at the competition, and hope to see you all at future comps!
 
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