Canada's official speedcubing organization

Posted on August 12, 2014


Bill Wang won the Toronto Open Summer 2014 with an average of 8.58 seconds. Harris Chan finished second with an average of 9.27 and Eric Limeback finished third at 10.74.

For the full results, visit the official WCA website here.

Posted on April 29, 2014


The Toronto Open Spring 2014 competition took place this past Saturday in Toronto. Eric Limeback won the competition with an average of 9.76 seconds. Antoine Cantin finished second with an average of 9.84 and Thompson Clarke finished third at 10.20.

Antoine Cantin set the World Record for 3x3 one-handed with an average of 12.56 during the first round. He also set the National Record for one-handed single solve in the same round at 10.63 seconds. He finished by setting the National Record for Skewb with an average of 7.07 seconds.

For full results of the competition, click here.

Posted on April 26, 2015


We had a record turnout for the Toronto Open, Spring 2015 competition with 139 competitors. Bill Wang won the competition with an average of 8.05 in the final round of 3x3x3. Antoine Cantin came second with an average of 9.38 seconds and Harris Chan came third at 9.70 seconds.

We also had some records set, including a World Record. Congratulations to all the winners and record setters!

National Records

  • Bill Wang - Blindfolded Single (37.52)
  • Antoine Cantin - Pyraminx Single (2.76)

World Records

  • Antoine Cantin - 3x3x3 One-Handed Average (10.87)

Posted on April 20, 2008


The canadianCUBING Classic was held yesterday at the Ontario Science Centre in Toronto. The event was a great success, with many amazing times set, personal records, National and North American records broken, as well. I have submitted the official results to the WCA, but I believe Ron is in Germany so I am not sure when they will be posted. You will be able to find them here when they are up.

As usual, many thanks go to all the volunteers that donated all their time and efforts to making this competition run smoothly. We had a lot of competitors this time, and we were not too far off the schedule after all was said and done. Special thanks to the Moseley family, the Chan family, the Walter family, the Mativo family, the Ontario Science Centre, and Jai Gambhir for single handedly scrambling about half of all the cubes that day, he was a machine.

We had some media attention yesterday, to see a brief video of the event by the Toronto Sun, click here. Discuss the competition here.

I will do a full report again in the coming weeks; we took pictures this time so I have to wade through them. Congratulations to all the winners, and to everyone that came out to make this competition a memorable event. Keep practicing, and keep checking this site to see when the next competition will be held. But don't be surprised if we have another one this summer.

Posted on April 17, 2011


Justin Jaffray won the Toronto Spring, Spring 2011 competition on Saturday, with an average of 12.47 seconds. Jai Gambhir came in a close second with 12.57, and rounding out the top three was Thompson Clarke with a 12.88 second average. Full results can be found here .

Many thanks to all our volunteers and dedicated staff. The next competition on our list is Guelph on the 7th of May. The next Toronto competition will be Cube Centric 2011 on June 4. Registration for that competition is now open, as well. Click here for full details.