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'''Speedcubing.com''' is a website created by [[Ron van Bruchem]] in July, 2000. It is widely agreed to be the first hub site in speedcubing. It has been co-hosted by [[Chris Hardwick]] and Ton Dennenbroek since 2002, and by Peter Jansen since 2003.
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'''Speedcubing.com''' is a website created by [[Ron van Bruchem]] in July, 2000. It is widely agreed to be the first hub site in speedcubing. It has been co-hosted by [[Chris Hardwick]] and [[Ton Dennenbroek]] since 2002, and by [[Peter Jansen]] since 2003.
  
 
Until the founding of the [[WCA]] in 2004, The Unofficial World Records (UWR) list at Speedcubing.com was considered the most important record list in speedcubing. The Unofficial Speedcubing Top Ten, the ten fastest cubers on the 3x3 average ranking, were considered the ten fastest speedcubers in the world. Today, many of the top cubers no longer submit unofficial records.
 
Until the founding of the [[WCA]] in 2004, The Unofficial World Records (UWR) list at Speedcubing.com was considered the most important record list in speedcubing. The Unofficial Speedcubing Top Ten, the ten fastest cubers on the 3x3 average ranking, were considered the ten fastest speedcubers in the world. Today, many of the top cubers no longer submit unofficial records.
  
 
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Revision as of 00:26, 15 September 2012

Speedcubing.com is a website created by Ron van Bruchem in July, 2000. It is widely agreed to be the first hub site in speedcubing. It has been co-hosted by Chris Hardwick and Ton Dennenbroek since 2002, and by Peter Jansen since 2003.

Until the founding of the WCA in 2004, The Unofficial World Records (UWR) list at Speedcubing.com was considered the most important record list in speedcubing. The Unofficial Speedcubing Top Ten, the ten fastest cubers on the 3x3 average ranking, were considered the ten fastest speedcubers in the world. Today, many of the top cubers no longer submit unofficial records.