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'''SveKub''' is the [[WCA]]-recognized official national cubing organization of [[Sweden]].
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'''SveKub''' short for Svenska kubföreningen (Swedish cube association) is a national cubing organization of [[Sweden]].
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Starting around 2004, SveKub was originally an 'official' Swedish organisation, but later became a network of Swedish cubers. SveKub had a website with a forum, where competitions in Sweden were discussed and organised by the members of the network, besides the usual cubing forum activities, like helping new cubers, posting algorithms, trading cubes and such. SveKub was the [[WCA]]-recognized official national cubing organization of Sweden. The original website (www.svekub.se) was owned by SveKub board member [[Anders Larsson]]. On 6th August 2015, he died in an accident in South Korea.[https://web-beta.archive.org/web/20150810010034/http://www.svekub.se:80/] Since then the new SveKub is described as "a website to organize, inform and increase interest in the events of the Rubik's Cube."
  
 
== External links ==
 
== External links ==
* [http://www.svekub.se/ SveKub]
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* [http://www.svekub.org/ SveKub]
* [http://worldcubeassociation.org/node/321 National Organisations acknowledged by the WCA]
 
  
 
[[Category:National organizations]]
 
[[Category:National organizations]]

Revision as of 20:33, 28 March 2017

SveKub short for Svenska kubföreningen (Swedish cube association) is a national cubing organization of Sweden.

Starting around 2004, SveKub was originally an 'official' Swedish organisation, but later became a network of Swedish cubers. SveKub had a website with a forum, where competitions in Sweden were discussed and organised by the members of the network, besides the usual cubing forum activities, like helping new cubers, posting algorithms, trading cubes and such. SveKub was the WCA-recognized official national cubing organization of Sweden. The original website (www.svekub.se) was owned by SveKub board member Anders Larsson. On 6th August 2015, he died in an accident in South Korea.[1] Since then the new SveKub is described as "a website to organize, inform and increase interest in the events of the Rubik's Cube."

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