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Improvement in a year

KingCanyon

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I thought that this would be an interesting thread to make. What’s the most you’ve improved in a particular event in a year and what changes allowed you to improve? For me personally, it was in 3x3 in 2018 when I went from averaging about 32 seconds to nearing sub 18. Also in 2019, I’ve gone from nearing sub 18 to mid 14’s already. The changes I used were getting better hardware and practicing more.
 

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Mine was from February 2018 to February 2019. I went from not knowing how to solve a cube at all to averaging about 50 seconds. This is because I went from using a Rubik's brand to a GAN 356 Air. If you mean improvement during my cubing career, it was from November 2018 to now. Last year I averaged about 15 seconds on 2x2, and now I average about 6. That was because I learned Ortega.
 
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