Jayden McNeill

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Jayden McNeill
Jayden McNeill in 2013
Background Information
Alias(es): ottozing
Country: Australia
Born: 1998 (age 21–22)
Occupation(s): Student
Years Active: 2012-present
WCA ID: 2012MCNE01
Claim to Fame: Sum of Ranks, 2x2, Skewb, several OcRs, VLS

Jayden McNeill is a speedcuber from Canberra, Australia. He is widely considered the second best cuber in Oceania, behind Feliks Zemdegs. He has held many OcRs, in events such as 2x2, 3x3 Blindfolded, 3x3 Fewest Moves, 3x3 With Feet, Pyraminx, Skewb, Square-1, and Rubik's Clock. In 2014 he held world records in the Skewb (a 3.10 Skewb average and a 4.27 Skewb single). His 2x2 average has been as high as second in the world. He notably knows full VLS. Jayden is also commonly known for being ranked 2 worldwide for Sum of Ranks in single and average.

He won the Square-1 event at the World Championship 2017 in Paris and famously failed to get a sub 4 second solve officially due to accidentally dropping the cube.

He is also known for his newsletter, where he sends out e-mails containing tips for getting better at cubing twice a week for free, and his coaching service for CFOP solvers called "Speedcubing Solution".


  • 2x2x2: EG
  • 3x3x3: CFOP
  • 4x4x4-6x6x6: Yau
  • 7x7x7: Reduction
  • Skewb: Sarah's Advanced


World Titles
Preceded by
Emanuel Rheinert
Square-1 World Champion
Succeeded by
Aiden Bartlett

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