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Who are some of the best/famous female speedcubers?

AvGalen

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It would be fine to have an "F" after the time in the ranking list for a every female cuber.

No it wouldn't.
Sure it would, but since society is entirely man-based it should be an M after the time in the ranking list for every male cuber. :rolleyes: (yes, that smiley DOES indicate sarcasm in case you hadn't picked up on it)

Every time I see a thread like this I remember my biggest :fp moment ever where I claimed that females ruled cubing:
1. Jessica Fridrich made the Fridrich method
2. Anssi Vanhala has the world record average
3. Jasmine Lee has the best beginner tutorial

I was quite quickly corrected:
1. Jiri Fridrich made the Fridrich method. He became Jessica later
2. Anssi turned out to be a boy
3. Jasmine Lee is indeed female, but Dan Brown has the "best" beginner tutorial ;)

Why would you want to know who the fastest female cubers are anyway?
 

Sa967St

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| name | countryId | average |
+-----------------+-------------+---------+
| Son Seul-Gi | Korea | 13.56 |
| Moe Nakano | Japan | 13.82 |
| Emily Wang | Canada | 14.17 |
| Paik Seung-Won | Korea | 14.69 |
| Brittany Dzoan | USA | 15.15 |
| Sarah Strong | Canada | 15.17 |
| Kristine Doctor | Philippines | 15.93 |
| Yukiko Makino | Japan | 16.04 |
| Shelley Chang | USA | 16.63 |
| Irène Mallordy | France | 16.63 |

| name | countryId | single |
+-------------------+-----------+--------+
| Son Seul-Gi | Korea | 10.21 |
| Shelley Chang | USA | 10.77 |
| Moe Nakano | Japan | 11.05 |
| Yukiko Makino | Japan | 12.44 |
| Sarah Strong | Canada | 12.53 |
| Paik Seung-Won | Korea | 12.94 |
| Casey Pernsteiner | USA | 13.02 |
| Emily Wang | Canada | 13.28 |
| Irène Mallordy | France | 13.38 |
| Brittany Dzoan | USA | 13.74 |
official results as of August 11, 2009 ^

updates...


averages:

13.32 Deseree Aune
13.56 Son Seul-Gi
13.82 Moe Nakano
14.17 Emily Wang
14.69 Paik Seung-Won
15.15 Brittany Dzoan
15.17 Sarah Strong
15.70 Casey Pernsteiner
15.93 Kristine Doctor
16.04 Yukiko Makino


singles:

10.21 Son Seul-Gi
10.21 Sarah Strong
10.38 Deseree Aune
10.77 Shelley Chang
11.05 Moe Nakano
12.44 Yukiko Makino
12.94 Paik Seung-Won
13.02 Casey Pernsteiner
13.28 Emily Wang
13.38 Irène Mallordy
 
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rubiknewbie

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And their rough average times? I am interested since Jessica Fridrich came out with a popular method and is a female.

I am male btw :fp.
I wonder... was a woman the person who developed Fridrich method?
Well, Shes a woman now...
Ya she probably developed the method as a GIRL :eek:.
Well err... no
It's actually quite true. At 17, Jessica Fridrich used her system to compete in the 1982 World Championships (Lars Petrus was there) and win the Czech Championships.
 
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Kian

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And their rough average times? I am interested since Jessica Fridrich came out with a popular method and is a female.

I am male btw :fp.
I wonder... was a woman the person who developed Fridrich method?
Well, Shes a woman now...
Ya she probably developed the method as a GIRL :eek:.
Well err... no
It's actually quite true. At 17, Jessica Fridrich used her system to compete in the 1982 World Championships (Lars Petrus was there) and win the Czech Championships.
Again, wrong.
 

TMOY

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On her website, in the list of 1982 WC competitors, there's no "Jessica fridrich" but a "J. Fridrich". There's a reason for that. :p
 
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