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'''World Rubik's Games Championship 2003''' (usually called '''World Championship 2003''', abbreviated to '''WC2003''', or '''WC03''') was a speedcubing World Championship held at the Ontario Science Center in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It was the first World Championship since [[WC1982]] and the first World Championship of the modern speedcubing era. Since it took place before the creation of the [[WCA]], it was retroactively declared an official competition.
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'''World Rubik's Games Championship 2003''' (usually called '''World Championship 2003''', abbreviated to '''WC2003''', or '''WC03''') was a speedcubing World Championship held at the Ontario Science Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It was the first World Championship since [[WC1982]] and the first World Championship of the modern speedcubing era.  
 
 
 
== Highlights ==
 
== Highlights ==
 
* [[Dan Knights]] won 3x3 speedsolve with an average of 20.00 seconds in the final round.
 
* [[Dan Knights]] won 3x3 speedsolve with an average of 20.00 seconds in the final round.

Revision as of 04:16, 4 February 2011

World Rubik's Games Championship 2003 (usually called World Championship 2003, abbreviated to WC2003, or WC03) was a speedcubing World Championship held at the Ontario Science Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It was the first World Championship since WC1982 and the first World Championship of the modern speedcubing era.

Highlights

  • Dan Knights won 3x3 speedsolve with an average of 20.00 seconds in the final round.
  • Jess Bonde set the 3x3 single world record of 16.53 seconds.
  • In all, Minh Thai's 20-year-old world record of 22.95 seconds was broken 99 times.

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