Difference between revisions of "Duc Trinh"

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At the first [[World Rubik's Cube Championship 1982]] in Budapest (5 June) he finished in eighth place with a best time (in round 2) of 26.63 seconds. [[David Singmaster]] reports that he used a [[Corners First]] method. He was the youngest competitor at the tournament.[https://www.jaapsch.net/puzzles/cubic3.htm]
 
At the first [[World Rubik's Cube Championship 1982]] in Budapest (5 June) he finished in eighth place with a best time (in round 2) of 26.63 seconds. [[David Singmaster]] reports that he used a [[Corners First]] method. He was the youngest competitor at the tournament.[https://www.jaapsch.net/puzzles/cubic3.htm]
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*Video: [https://www.cbc.ca/player/play/2614171963 Interview with Erno Rubik, CBC, 1982], with footage of the 1982 Canadian championship
  
 
[[Category:Speedcubers|Trinh]]
 
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Latest revision as of 07:58, 13 July 2019

Duc Trinh
Background Information
Alias(es):
Country: Canada
Born: c. 1968 (age 50–51)
Occupation(s):
Years Active: 1982
WCA ID: 1982TRIN01
Claim to Fame: 1982 Canadian Champion

Duc Trinh was a Canadian speedcuber. In 1982 he won the Canadian Cubing Championship, and finished eighth in the World Championship.

In 1982 he was a 14-year-old student, living in Kitchener, Ontario. Like Minh Thai he had been a Vietnamese refugee.[1] The Canadian National Finals were held at the Ontario Science Centre, Toronto Ontario, on March 20, 1982. Duc Trinh won with a best time of 26 seconds.[2]

At the first World Rubik's Cube Championship 1982 in Budapest (5 June) he finished in eighth place with a best time (in round 2) of 26.63 seconds. David Singmaster reports that he used a Corners First method. He was the youngest competitor at the tournament.[3]

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