Announced by Rui Reis on

It is with great pleasure that we can finally announce that the World Cube Association has been recognized as a Non-Profit Organization! We have just received the Determination Letter from the Internal Revenue Service of the United States that confirms we are exempt from federal income tax under Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(3).

We would like to seize this moment to thank every one of you for your dedication towards our organization and our Mission through the years. It has been a long way since this journey began, but the best is yet to come!

Announced by Rui Reis on

We are informing you that the winning candidate to host the WCA World Championship 2019 is Melbourne, Australia!

We believe that their plan was the strongest among the four candidates and that their team will lead to a successful championship next year.

Thank you to the applicants from Brest, Belarus and Beijing/Guangzhou, China for their submissions. You can view all of the application documents here.

Announced by Alberto Pérez de Rada Fiol on

The WCA South American Championship 2018 will take place on December 15 - 16, 2018 in Poá, SP, Brazil. Check out the WCA South American Championship 2018 website for more information and registration.

Announced by Daniel Vædele Egdal on

The Kharkiv Special 2018 will take place on December 25, 2018 in Kharkiv, Ukraine. Check out the Kharkiv Special 2018 website for more information and registration.

Announced by Lorenzo Vigani Poli on

Dear WCA Community,

The WCA Disciplinary Committee (WDC) has been facing a rise in the number of investigations concerning competitors trying to achieve a personal advantage by cheating (or attempting to cheat) during blindfolded events.

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Announced by Sébastien Auroux on

Sebastian Weyer won the Brugge Open 2018 with an average of 7.27 seconds. Philipp Weyer finished second (7.47) and Antonie Paterakis finished third (8.31).

Announced by Ethan Pride on

The Northern Azerbaijan Decathlon 2019 will take place on January 24, 2019 in Khinalug, Azerbaijan. Check out the Northern Azerbaijan Decathlon 2019 website for more information and registration.

Announced by Ilya Tsiareshka on

Vladislav Kaminskiy won the November Days in Minsk 2018 with an average of 8.96 seconds. Pavel Yushkevich finished second (10.14) and Vadzim Smirnou finished third (10.34).

Announced by Ilya Tsiareshka on

Octavio Arocena won the Pando City Open 2018 with an average of 13.26 seconds. Munemichi Suzuki finished second (13.54) and Rodrigo Benitez finished third (13.55).

Announced by Henrik Buus Aagaard on

The Swisscubing Cup I 2019 will take place on January 5 - 6, 2019 in Sonvico, Switzerland. Check out the Swisscubing Cup I 2019 website for more information and registration.

Announced by Henrik Buus Aagaard on

The Puget Sound Valentine 2019 will take place on February 9, 2019 in Tacoma, Washington, United States. Check out the Puget Sound Valentine 2019 website for more information and registration.

Announced by Henrik Buus Aagaard on

The Hudson Valley Winter 2019 will take place on January 5, 2019 in Poughkeepsie, New York, United States. Check out the Hudson Valley Winter 2019 website for more information and registration.

Announced by Baiqiang Dong (董百强) on

Jules Desjardin won the Awesome Bruchsal Cubing 2018 with an average of 8.28 seconds. Leon Schmidtchen finished second (8.61) and Kevin Gerhardt finished third (8.80).

European records: Henri Gerber‎ 3x3x3 With Feet 18.55 (single).

Announced by Baiqiang Dong (董百强) on

Tobias Peter won the Ticino Open 2018 with an average of 9.17 seconds. Reto Bubendorf finished second (9.38) and Tommaso Raposio finished third (10.36).

Announced by Baiqiang Dong (董百强) on

Manuel Prieto de Antón won the Albacete Open 2018 with an average of 9.30 seconds. Jerónimo Ibarra Bernal finished second (9.92) and Juan Carlos Aguado Seminario finished third (10.63).

Announced by Baiqiang Dong (董百强) on

David Remolina Amórtegui won the Salesiano Open 2018 with an average of 8.97 seconds. Oscar Nieto finished second (10.15) and Ramses Amaya finished third (10.34).

Announced by Baiqiang Dong (董百强) on

Christopher Olson won the Fargo Fall 2018 with an average of 8.70 seconds. Tyler Robinson finished second (8.83) and Carter Kucala finished third (8.95).

North American records: Carter Kucala‎ Skewb 1.39 (single).

Announced by Baiqiang Dong (董百强) on

Jiayu Wang (王佳宇) won the Nanjing Autumn 2018 with an average of 8.05 seconds. Weihao Kong (孔维浩) finished second (8.69) and Antoine Cantin finished third (9.15).

Announced by Ethan Pride on

The Dallas Winter 2018 will take place on December 26, 2018 in Frisco, Texas, United States. Check out the Dallas Winter 2018 website for more information and registration.

Announced by Ethan Pride on

The Tlaxcallan 2019 will take place on January 12 - 13, 2019 in Tlaxcala, Tlaxcala, Mexico. Check out the Tlaxcallan 2019 website for more information and registration.

Announced by Evan Liu on

Seung Hyuk Nahm (남승혁) won the CUTORY Autumn Open 2018 with an average of 6.56 seconds. DongSu Park (박동수) finished second (8.84) and Jong-Ho Jeong (정종호) finished third (9.65).

Announced by Evan Liu on

Angelo Zhang won the Longhorn Fall 2018 with an average of 10.22 seconds. Alyssa Bernardo finished second (10.61) and Derek Herrera finished third (11.08).

Announced by Evan Liu on

Dylan Miller won the Fleur-de-lis Fall 2018 with an average of 7.78 seconds. Justin Mallari finished second (8.04) and Eli Parker finished third (8.51).

Announced by Evan Liu on

Amos Nordman won the Pikkujoulut 2018 with an average of 7.91 seconds. Linus Laurén finished second (8.26) and Daniel Wallin finished third (8.37).

European records: Amos Nordman‎ Megaminx 31.64 (single), Megaminx 35.94 (average), Megaminx 34.63 (average).

Announced by Evan Liu on

Hunor Mogyorósi won the Kosovo Open 2018 with an average of 7.92 seconds. Lir Ukaj finished second (9.32) and Aleksandar Dukleski finished third (11.31).