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== Drew Brads (WIP) ==
 
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Drew Brads is an extremely fast cuber from the USA. He specializes in Pyraminx and is currently the fastest in the world with a 2.90 average of 5. It is also worth noting that he is the only cuber in North America with a sub-6 single, 5.97.
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Drew Brads is an extremely fast cuber from the USA. He specializes in Pyraminx and is currently the fastest in the world with a 2.90 average of 5. It is also worth noting that he is the only cuber in North America with a sub-6 single, 5.97: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZnFOrcSqohw
 
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Revision as of 19:59, 5 August 2014

Drew Brads (WIP)

Summary- Drew Brads is an extremely fast cuber from the USA. He specializes in Pyraminx and is currently the fastest in the world with a 2.90 average of 5. It is also worth noting that he is the only cuber in North America with a sub-6 single, 5.97: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZnFOrcSqohw

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Contents: Records and Achievements Other Puzzles Methods Other Links


Records and Achievements

Drew Brads is currently the North American record holder for pyraminx in the category of Pyraminx(as of June 17 2014). He also holds the UWR (Unofficial World Record)for the pyraminx average. He currently stands second in the world for Pyraminx average and fourth for the single. As of 2013, Drew Brads is also the world champion at pyraminx with a 3.16 average. (https://www.worldcubeassociation.org/results/p.php?i=2010BRAD01)

Other Puzzles

Drew brads currently is extremely fast with the other puzzles besides pyraminx he competes with. Although he has not won any national or world titles in anything except for pyraminx, he still performs far above average. Currently Brads has competed in 2x2, 3x3, 4x4, 5x5, 6x6, 7x7, Pyraminx, Megaminx, Skewb, 3x3 BLD(Blindfolded), 3x3 OH(One-Handed), and square-1



--Jpthesolver (talk) 11:36, 18 June 2014 (EDT)