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Toronto Open, Fall 2015 - Biggest 1-day WCA competition!

tarandeep5

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Feb 9, 2013
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Location
Markham, Canada
WCA
2014MITT02
Date: November 28, 2015
Location: 20 Grosvenor Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M4Y 1C2 (The Central YMCA)

Events:
2x2x2 (Three rounds)
3x3x3 (Three rounds)
3x3x3 One-Handed (Three rounds)
4x4x4 (One round)*
Skewb (Two rounds)
Pyraminx (Two rounds)

*Could be 2 rounds depending on turnout.

No schedule has been released yet, but registration will start at 8:45 AM.
 
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IAmEpic2004

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BTW On Cubing Out loud where you can buy early registration it still says TOSp2015 registration and not TOF2015 registration...
 
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Oct 19, 2014
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Location
Ottawa, Canada
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2015MANS03
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Where is the schedule?
Schedules aren't announced until online registration is closed. The schedule remains flexible until the number of competitors is more or less determined and accurate estimations can be made as to how long each event will take. You can expect registration to start at 8:45 as stated in the OP and for the comp to end sometime around 6.

edit: ninjad, but I gave some info ;)
 

Xtremecubing

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Aug 11, 2015
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Location
Canada
WCA
2015HUGH02
Super excited when I saw this, hoping for a sub 12 3x3 average, along with a sub 10 single, but if those don't work out, making finals would be nice. Does anyone know if the finals for 3x3 are going to be head to head?
 

MartyMcFly

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Jul 3, 2015
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Location
Canada
Hey, this might be my first competition. I average 40 seconds in 3x3, 8s in 2x2, and 20s for pyraminx. Do they allow you to compete if you have slow times like me?
 
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