I've not heard of Erik until I asked Phil Thomas about 2x2 on Gabbasoft like 3-4 months after I started cubing, LOL.
He's still the World Champion. I wouldn't be too surprised if he got a sub-11 average, but sub-7 single would be crazy. Even at Nakajima's speed it would have to be either really easy or really lucky.Nakajima will make a comeback, I'm sure. Sometime this year or next year, he will amaze the whole cubing world with a sub-11 average and a sub-7 single. I refuse to believe that Nakajima is no longer King of Cubing.
And Dan Cohen's 6x6x6 WR.EDIT: Michal Halczuk also beat Michael Gottlieb's previous 7x7x7 WR.
Yes, Nakajima was the lst one to hold it, and i think before that it was Eduward Chambreon( i know i didnt spell it right) and hes from france, he used to have the single before Nakajim.I've not heard of Erik until I asked Phil Thomas about 2x2 on Gabbasoft like 3-4 months after I started cubing, LOL.
Which fast cubers have you heard about?
Back then, I only knew about Chris Hardwick, Tyson Mao, and Harris Chan.
But I found this site through Macky's and Erik's sites.
Now Erik has the single and average. What was the last time that happened? Nakajima? Before that?
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