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Feliks Zemdegs won the Kubaroo Open 2011 with an average of 8.07 seconds. Zane Carney finished second (13.17) and Luke Bruce finished third (13.94).

World records: Feliks Zemdegs Rubik's Cube 6.24 (single), Rubik's Cube 6.65 (single), 4x4 Cube 31.05 (single), 3x3 one-handed 14.41 (average), 3x3 one-handed 11.16 (single).

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Anson Lin won the Auckland Autumn Open 2011 with an average of 10.46 seconds. Dene Beardsley finished second (14.96) and David Lim finished third (15.05).

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Giovanni Contardi won the Roma Open 2011 with an average of 10.36 seconds. Paolo Moriello finished second (10.46) and Stefano Bevacqua finished third (11.40).

European records: Giovanni Contardi Rubik's Cube 8.54 (average), 4x4 Cube 36.27 (average).

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Waris Ali won the Kansas Cube-Off 2011 with an average of 11.34 seconds. Jeremy Fleischman finished second (12.61) and Jackson Warley finished third (13.26).

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Maximilian Neitzel won the Belgian Open 2011 with an average of 12.09 seconds. Rama Temmink finished second (13.27) and Guus de Wit finished third (14.07).

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The Arizona Open 2011 will take place on June 4, 2011 in Phoenix, USA. Check out the Arizona Open 2011 website for more information and registration.

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The Schleswig-Holstein Open 2011 will take place on June 25-26, 2011 in Stubbendorf, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. Check out the Schleswig-Holstein Open 2011 website for more information and registration.

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The Semarang Fun Cube 2011 will take place on June 25-26, 2011 in Semarang, Central Java, Indonesia. Check out the Semarang Fun Cube 2011 website for more information and registration.

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The canadianCUBING CUBEcentric 2011 will take place on June 4, 2011 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Check out the canadianCUBING CUBEcentric 2011 website for more information and registration.

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The Henan University of Science & Technology Open 2011 will take place on June 19, 2011 in Luoyang, Henan, China. Check out the Henan University of Science & Technology Open 2011 website for more information and registration.

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Kailong Li (李开隆) won the Shenzhen University 2011 with an average of 10.19 seconds. Weixing Zhang (张炜星) finished second (10.91) and Lee Poon Kit (李本杰) finished third (11.85).

World records: Bingliang Li (李炳良) Square-1 11.78 (average).

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Carlos Méndez García-Barroso won the Castellon Open 2011 with an average of 10.87 seconds. Dario Roa Sánchez finished second (11.93) and Alejandro Aguado Barahona finished third (12.96).

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Mulun Yin (阴目仑) won the Floating Clouds Open 2011 with an average of 10.39 seconds. Haowei Fan (樊浩玮) finished second (12.40) and Yan Jin (金岩) finished third (12.46).

The River Hill Spring 2011 competition will take place on June 18, 2011 in Clarksville, Maryland, USA. Check out the River Hill Spring 2011 competition website for more information and registration.

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Cornelius Dieckmann won the Hamburg Open 2011 with an average of 9.86 seconds. Erik Akkersdijk finished second (10.11) and Sebastian Weyer finished third (10.27).

World records: Sebastian Weyer 4x4 Cube 31.66 (single).

European records: Sebastian Weyer 4x4 Cube 37.77 (average).

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Piti Pichedpan won the Thailand Open 2011 with an average of 9.28 seconds. Baramee Pookcharoen finished second (10.68) and Suchakree Ladavarn finished third (10.96).

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The Stanford Spring 2011 will take place on May 22, 2011 in Stanford, USA. Check out the Stanford Spring 2011 website for more information and registration.

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Results of the Guangzhou Haizhu Library 2011 are now available.

Asian records: Bingliang Li (李炳良) Megaminx 1:06.88 (average).

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Tyson Mao (毛台勝) won the Primer Abierto de Speedcubing Perúbik 2011 with an average of 18.66 seconds. Natán Riggenbach finished second (19.94) and Daniel Alber Ninaquispe Corales finished third (19.96).

South American records: Daniel Alber Ninaquispe Corales 2x2 Cube 2.33 (single).

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The GHS Ingenhovenpark Open 2011 will take place on May 28, 2011 in Nettetal-Lobberrich, Germany. Check out the GHS Ingenhovenpark Open 2011 website for more information and registration.

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Kevin Zhou won the Cornell Spring 2011 with an average of 12.90 seconds. Erik Johnson finished second (13.17) and Andrew Sopchak finished third (13.68).

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Shai Ziv won the Israel Championship 2011 with an average of 13.63 seconds. Maor Youavian finished second (14.48) and Itai Cohen finished third (15.14).

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Haowei Fan (樊浩玮) won the Beijing Spring 2011 with an average of 12.45 seconds. Fubo Wang (王富博) finished second (12.94) and Yongan Liu (刘永安) finished third (13.21).

World records: Yuxuan Wang (王宇轩) Rubik's Magic 0.69 (single).

Asian records: Fei Xue (薛非) Master Magic 2.03 (average).

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Erik Akkersdijk won the Danish Open 2011 with an average of 10.46 seconds. Morten Arborg finished second (10.64) and Breandan Vallance finished third (11.13).

World records: Oscar Roth Andersen Pyraminx 3.43 (average), Simon Westlund Megaminx 49.90 (average), Megaminx 42.28 (single).

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Giovanni Contardi won the Italian Rubik's Cube Championship 2011 with an average of 10.02 seconds. Paolo Moriello finished second (11.49) and Mariano D'Imperio finished third (13.07).