Difference between revisions of "Online contests"

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== List of Online Contests (Years Active) ==
 
== List of Online Contests (Years Active) ==
 
=== 3x3 ===
 
=== 3x3 ===
* [[Sunday Contest]] (2004-current)
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* [[Sunday Contest]] (2004-2015)
 
* [[Saturday Contest]] (2004)
 
* [[Saturday Contest]] (2004)
 
* Friday Contest (2004)
 
* Friday Contest (2004)
* [[Speedsolving.com Weekly competition]] (?-present)
 
  
 
=== Other Events ===
 
=== Other Events ===
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* [[Speedsolving.com Weekly competition]] (2007-present) (includes 28 events including 3x3x3)
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* Cubingtime.com (Russian site, but supports multiple languages and attracts many international cubers)
 
* The Sunday Blindfolded Rubik's Games contest [http://www.speedcubing.com/chris/bdcontest.html]
 
* The Sunday Blindfolded Rubik's Games contest [http://www.speedcubing.com/chris/bdcontest.html]
 
* [[Fewest Moves Challenge (online contest)|Fewest Moves Challenge]]
 
* [[Fewest Moves Challenge (online contest)|Fewest Moves Challenge]]

Latest revision as of 18:50, 8 June 2018

Online contests are unofficial contests held by online result submissions from the competitors. They have traditionally been called 'contests' rather than 'competitions.'

In the years before the formation of the WCA in 2004 and through around 2006, these online contests attracted many of the world's top cubers at the time and played an important role in pushing maintaining the competitive level within the speedcubing community. With the introduction of official competitions, they became somewhat less important, but they have continued and still often attract some of the best cubers, especially in the events that take more time.

List of Online Contests (Years Active)

3x3

Other Events

Miscellaneous