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Euro 2010

kinch2002

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Some results from the 'side event' finals:
Magic was won by Korneliusz Tombarkiewicz with 0.89 average IIRC. Oscar was second with 0.96
Sq-1 was Piotr of course, but the times weren't anything special (by his standards!). Mats 2nd
Clock won by Maarten 8.4x avg with me second :) 8.9x avg
Pyraminx Odder with high 4 avg then Bruno second
Sorry if I repeated anything already posted!
 

Lucas Garron

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Bruno B. (bereczki?!) 2.65 pyraminx single WR.
Maarten 7.88 ER clock avg and 6.63 sgl (also ER)
Yeah, that was awesome. We had fun talking on stage; I failed and he, well... :D

Did you know...
... we talked about the possibility of judges not checking the back of the clock, then coming back to DNF you, and then it happened to me on my first solve?
 

SimonWestlund

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What was your minx average, and what is happening for you and the other swedes in 3x3x3 etc?
In the finals I did a 1:03.xx avg :D which is 3rd place in the world :)

I was the best swedish person in 3x3 for the first round with 12.42 :( Oskar had 12.89, Joar 13.xx, Gunnar 13.xx and Daniel 14.99. Those were the five swedes to get to the semifinals.
 
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