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The '''World Rubik's Cube Championship''' (commonly shortened to '''WC''', as in '''WC11''') is the official world championship of cubing.
 
The '''World Rubik's Cube Championship''' (commonly shortened to '''WC''', as in '''WC11''') is the official world championship of cubing.
  
The first cube crazy died down after the first world championship in 1982, and it was only in 2003 that the second world championship was held. Four world championships have been held since the founding of the [[WCA]] in 2004. WC1982 and 2003 have retroactively been recognized as [[official]] competitions.
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The first cube craze died down after the first world championship in 1982, and it was only in 2003 that the second world championship was held. More world championships have been held since the founding of the [[WCA]] in 2004. WC1982 and 2003 have retroactively been recognized as [[official]] competitions.
  
 
== List of World Championships ==
 
== List of World Championships ==
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* [[World Rubik's Cube Championship 2011]] in Bangkok, Thailand
 
* [[World Rubik's Cube Championship 2011]] in Bangkok, Thailand
 
* [[World Rubik's Cube Championship 2013]] in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
 
* [[World Rubik's Cube Championship 2013]] in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
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* [[World Rubik's Cube Championship 2015]] in São Paulo, Brazil
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* [[World Rubik's Cube Championship 2017]] in Paris, France
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* [[WCA World Championship 2019]] in Melbourne, Australia
  
 
== See Also ==
 
== See Also ==

Latest revision as of 02:44, 16 February 2019

The World Rubik's Cube Championship (commonly shortened to WC, as in WC11) is the official world championship of cubing.

The first cube craze died down after the first world championship in 1982, and it was only in 2003 that the second world championship was held. More world championships have been held since the founding of the WCA in 2004. WC1982 and 2003 have retroactively been recognized as official competitions.

List of World Championships

See Also