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Every WCA official Rubik's Cube solve ever

mark49152

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Another cool animation from this guy. I just subscribed.

Interesting to note that at the 50 and 25 percentiles, single is slower than average. Could this indicate that it tends to be inconsistency that holds people back, in this range?
 

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I find it interesting that there's not a single african cuber until 2014
It's measuring solves done on each continent, not solves done by cubers from that continent. The first African cuber was Emile Compion of South Africa, who first competed in 2007; however, the first competition in Africa was South Africa Open 2014.
 
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