The VanCubing Winter 2014 competition took place this past weekend in Vancouver, BC. Anthony Brooks won the competition with an average of 8.85 seconds in the final round of 3x3x3. Jacob Hutnyk finished second averaging 10.48 and Daniel Chan finished third with 12.79.
To see the full results, click here.
Together with AlbertaCubers.com, we are pleased to announce the first ever official speedcubing competition in Alberta. The Edmonton Open, Winter 2015 competition will be held on January 10th. We hope to see a large turnout to show everyone how strong the community is in Alberta.
For full information and registration for the competition, visit the event page here.
The Toronto Open, Fall 2014 competition took place this past weekend in Toronto. The competition had 98 participants and contained an incredible number of fast cubers. We saw countless PBs, a NAR and even one WR.
To see all the results, visit the WCA results page here.
And special thanks to everyone that helped make the food drive a success! We donated over 60 units of food and $139. A total donation of $150 will be made to the Toronto Daily Bread Food Bank on behalf of the canadianCUBING community!
Lastly, we just wanted to say that this competition was probably the most well run competition we have ever done. There were so many great people that jumped in to make the event run so smoothly. Without a doubt, Toronto has one of the best cubing communities in the world. Be proud!
Support the Daily Bread Food Bank by bringing in non-perisable food for your chance to win prizes at TOF2014.
Up for grabs is a MoYu Aolong 3x3, a MoYu Jinzita Pyraminx and one of our awesome new t-shirts! Every non-perishable food item or $2 donation buys you a ticket to the raffle. Enter as many times as you like! All donations go to the Daily Bread Food Bank in Toronto.
The draw will take place after the first round of 3x3 and you must be present to win your prize.
Check out some photos on our Facebook Page!
The Atlantic Open Fall 2014 competition took place this past weekend just outside of Moncton, NB. Antoine Cantin won the competition with an average of 9.83 seconds in the final round of 3x3x3. David Hoar finished second at 10.72 and Liam Orovec finished third with an average of 15.98.
To see the full results, click here