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'''World Championships''' are competitions that determine the World Champion. There have been five World Championships.
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'''World Championships''' are competitions that determine the World Champion in an event. World Championships are widely regarded as the most prestigious competitions and have been hosted once per two years since 2003.  
  
 
# [[World Championship 1982]] in Budapest, Hungary
 
# [[World Championship 1982]] in Budapest, Hungary
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# [[World Championship 2007]] in Budapest, Hungary
 
# [[World Championship 2007]] in Budapest, Hungary
 
# [[World Championship 2009]] in Düsseldorf, Germany
 
# [[World Championship 2009]] in Düsseldorf, Germany
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# [[World Championship 2011]] in Bangkok, Thailand
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# [[World Rubik's Cube Championship 2013|World Championship 2013]] in Las Vegas, USA
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# [[World Rubik's Cube Championship 2015|World Championship 2015]] in São Paulo, Brazil
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# [[World Rubik's Cube Championship 2017|World Championship 2017]] in Paris, France
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# [[WCA World Championship 2019|WCA World Championship 2019]] in Melbourne, Australia
  
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# [[World Championship 2011]] in Bankok, Thailand
 
 
 
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Latest revision as of 07:20, 11 August 2019

World Championships are competitions that determine the World Champion in an event. World Championships are widely regarded as the most prestigious competitions and have been hosted once per two years since 2003.

  1. World Championship 1982 in Budapest, Hungary
  2. World Championship 2003 in Toronto, Canada
  3. World Championship 2005 in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, USA
  4. World Championship 2007 in Budapest, Hungary
  5. World Championship 2009 in Düsseldorf, Germany
  6. World Championship 2011 in Bangkok, Thailand
  7. World Championship 2013 in Las Vegas, USA
  8. World Championship 2015 in São Paulo, Brazil
  9. World Championship 2017 in Paris, France
  10. WCA World Championship 2019 in Melbourne, Australia