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Height vs. Age vs. Speed

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Hi!

My goal for this thread is to collect data so that I can compile some new statistics. I'm pretty sure physical height is not a factor in speed, but I thought it would be an interesting comparison.

I'm asking for you guys (and girls) to help me out by giving me some data. What I'd like is your age, height (in feet/inches), gender, and 3x3 day to day average (if you're sub-15, please go to one tenth of a second if possible). Once I have a decent amount of information I will make some charts and graphs to see how these things compare.

Example post:
(these are my stats)

Age: 15
Height: 6' 0''
Gender: Male
3x3 Speed: 10.5


Thank you! I hope we can gather enough data to make these statistics work.


Current Statistics (up to post #154)

Out of 126 Cubers:

Youngest Cuber: 11 years old (jonlin, Coolster01)

Oldest Cuber: 50 years old (Mike Hughey)

Average Age: 18.19 years old (counting all)

Median Age: 16 years old

Shortest Cuber: 4 feet 7.5 inches (Coolster01)

Tallest Cuber: 6 feet 8 inches (DavidFivexFive)

Median Height: 5 feet 9 inches

Fastest Cuber: sub-9 seconds (Escher, Lanttikasa, Sin-H)

Slowest Cuber: 45 seconds (shock9191) Congrats!

Average Speed: 16.63 seconds (all counting)

Ratio of Males to Females: 13.00 to 1
 
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