Wow, very cool!A bunch of random similarities I found between me and Chris Hardwick:
- we both used to be world-class in a few popular events, but have since stopped being competitive in them;
- we both moved on to less-popular events that we can still get impressive results in;
- we both won the 4x4x4 event at a US Nationals competition (once);
- we both haven't competed since US Nationals 2010;
- we're both very interested in math;
- we are both knowledgeable in cube theory;
- we both invented methods (that other people have learned since then);
- we're both active on this forum, and have a large number of posts.
I thought this was neat:
Rounding to the tenth's place, your pb single is 7.6 times faster than my pb single in the following two events:
I'll see if I can find more things
On a much more random note I felt like being silly.
I did a scrambling average. Basically I started the timer (no inspection) scrambled the cube, stopped the timer, immediately started the timer again, scrambled with the next alg, stopped the timer, rinse and repeat I did not verify whether or not I had scrambled correctly, but I made my best effort to scramble correctly.
08.73, 07.71, 09.03, 07.68, 07.86, (09.07), 07.93, 07.95, 09.02, (07.27), 08.25, 08.44 = 8.26