Announced by Lauren Clement on

The successful passing of the WCA Competition Announcement Policy Version 2.0 established the WCA Competition Announcement Team that is in need of a leader. The WCA Competition Announcement Team (WCAT) is an Advisory Committee of the WCA which is responsible for approving and announcing WCA Competitions.

The applications are open to everyone; it’s not a requirement to hold a current position in the WCA to be considered. Candidates are expected to fulfill their terms (24 months) and to spend at least 8 hours per week on average to work for the Team. The qualities expected of candidates are:
1. Strong leadership skills
2. Attention to detail
3. Good knowledge of Regulations and policies
4. Excellent communication skills

Due to the time-sensitive nature of this work, the Leader of this committee must be very responsive to email, mostly within 24 hours. The WCAT will need to process approximately 40 requests per week, which generates 150-200 emails.

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Announced by Lauren Clement on

We are happy to announce that the WCA Board of Directors has a new member: Chris Wright!

An anonymous election took place among the WCA leaders and delegates in accordance with Motion 5.2018.1 who approved Chris’s application. We are glad to bring Chris onto the WCA Board and we wish him luck in his new position.

These changes have become effective immediately.

Chris’s application can be viewed to all interested in seeing it here.

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 Ilya Tsiareshka on

Kevin Gerhardt won the Monnem City Cubing 2018 with an average of 7.32 seconds. Jules Desjardin finished second (8.24) and Abdelhak Kaddour finished third (8.35).

Announced by Ilya Tsiareshka on

Antonie Paterakis won the Dutch Nationals 2018 with an average of 7.77 seconds. Mika Smulders finished second (7.98) and Mats Valk finished third (8.67).

Announced by Ilya Tsiareshka on

Juliette Sébastien won the Swiss Nationals 2018 with an average of 8.20 seconds. Richard Delacoste finished second (8.25) and Michał Pleskowicz finished third (8.73).

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Tymon Kolasiński won the Cube Factory Częstochowa 2018 with an average of 7.81 seconds. Maciej Czapiewski finished second (7.84) and Michał Rzewuski finished third (8.18).

World records: Tymon Kolasiński‎ Pyraminx 1.87 (average).

Announced by Sam Spendla on

Fabio Schwandt won the Stratford-upon-Avon Open 2018 with an average of 8.41 seconds. George Scholey finished second (8.46) and Louis de Mendonça finished third (9.26).

Announced by Jacob Ambrose on

The Xi'an Open 2018 will take place on October 27 - 28, 2018 in Xi'an, Shaanxi, China. Check out the Xi'an Open 2018 website for more information and registration.

Announced by Cendy Cahyo Rahmat on

Vito Kosasih won the Kertosono Cube Day 2018 with an average of 10.61 seconds. Muhammad Fawwaz Rega Madhani finished second (11.20) and Anang Hariyanto Nurhadi finished third (11.37).

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Dylan Miller won the DFW Cubing Fiesta September 2018 with an average of 8.34 seconds. Mahith Bandi finished second (8.74) and Azhar Virani finished third (9.58).

World records: Jeff Park‎ 3x3x3 Blindfolded 17.20 (single).

Announced by Cendy Cahyo Rahmat on

Results of the Puget Sound Fall 2018 are now available.

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João Pedro dos Santos Costa won the Villa Open 2018 with an average of 10.90 seconds. Bruno Fonsêca Coelho Lima finished second (12.13) and Gabriel Bergue Campos Borges finished third (12.25).

Announced by Jacob Ambrose on

Nicolás Sánchez won the Cobb Cubes Again 2018 with an average of 7.74 seconds. Yi-Fan Wu (吳亦凡) finished second (8.12) and Sean Hartman finished third (9.11).

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Taiga Takaoka (高岡汰虎) won the Tokyo Pyraminx Returns 2018 with an average of 3.53 seconds in the Pyraminx event. Kentaro Nishi (西賢太郎) finished second (3.90) and Yuki Uchida (内田佑毅) finished third (4.98).

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Antoine Cantin won the Wuhan University Open 2018 with an average of 8.01 seconds. Jiayu Wang (王佳宇) finished second (9.05) and Diwen Xu (许帝文) finished third (11.14).

Announced by Ilya Tsiareshka on

Zijian Cai (蔡子健) won the Dongguan Mid-Autumn Festival 2018 with an average of 8.78 seconds. Boxuan Fan (范柏轩) finished second (9.21) and Yuxuan Guo (郭雨轩) finished third (9.60).

Announced by Sam Spendla on

The Tunisia Autumn Open 2018 will take place on October 15, 2018 in Monastir, Tunisia. Check out the Tunisia Autumn Open 2018 website for more information and registration.

Announced by Baiqiang Dong (董百强) on

Sergi Sabat won the Canarias Open 2018 with an average of 10.43 seconds. Daniel Gracia Ortiz finished second (10.95) and Ernesto Cristo González Alemán finished third (11.97).

Announced by Jacob Ambrose on

David Remolina Amórtegui won the Sergio Arboleda 2018 with an average of 8.69 seconds. Ramses Amaya finished second (10.16) and Gabriel Santiago Velez Gonzalez finished third (10.44).

Announced by Jacob Ambrose on

Jan Zych won the LLS VII Final 2018 with an average of 9.01 seconds. Mateusz Gil finished second (9.64) and Magdalena Pabisz finished third (10.53).

Announced by Daniel Vædele Egdal on

The Pucallpa 2018 will take place on October 27, 2018 in Pucallpa, Peru. Check out the Pucallpa 2018 website for more information and registration.

Announced by John Edison Ubaldo on

Danny SungIn Park won the Anaheim Fall 2018 with an average of 7.19 seconds. Elijah Brown finished second (8.85) and Will Hamilton finished third (9.57).

Announced by Jacob Ambrose on

The Jakarta Cubing 2018 will take place on December 15 - 16, 2018 in Jakarta, Indonesia. Check out the Jakarta Cubing 2018 website for more information and registration.