World records: Syuhei Omura 4x4 39.28 (single).
Asian records: Yumu Tabuchi Rubik's Cube 10.71 (average), 3x3 one-handed 18.73 (average), Ryosuke Mondo 5x5 blindfolded 27:21, 3x3 multi blind 7/8 in 47:07, Taki Sugimoto Clock 8.33 (single) 9.06 (average).
Results of the Big Cubes Summer competition 2009 are now available.
World records: Dan Cohen 5x5x5 Cube 1:07.25 (single), 6x6x6 Cube 2:18.81 (single), 7x7x7 Cube 3:57.71 (average).
North American records: Dan Cohen Square-1 13.03 (single), 7x7x7 Cube 3:49.28 (single).
Piti Pichedpan won the Hong Kong Open 2009 with an average of 12.50 seconds. Pascal So finished second (13.85) and Lorenzo Bonoan finished third (13.91).
World records: Haiyan Zhuang 3x3 blindfolded 45.55 (single), Tang Yiu Chun Rubik's Magic 0.90 (average).
Asian records: Tang Yiu Chun Rubik's Magic 0.86 (single).
Feliks Zemdegs won the New Zealand Championships 2009 with an average of 13.74 seconds. Luke Mayn finished second (18.20) and Dene Beardsley finished third (18.74).
Australian records: Feliks Zemdegs Rubik's Cube 10.05 (single) 12.55 (average), 4x4 49.11 (single) 51.46 (average), 5x5 1:16.36 (single) 1:25.70 (average), 2x2 2.48 (single) 4.43 (average), 3x3 blindfolded 2:37.68 (single), 3x3 one-handed 20.83 (single) 23.72 (average), Dene Beardsley Pyraminx 12.15 (single) 14.84 (average).
Pedro Santos Guimarães won the Brasilia Open 2009 with an average of 13.96 seconds. Gabriel Dechichi Barbar finished second (14.16) and Caio José Lafetá finished third (16.37).
South American records: Gabriel Dechichi Barbar 2x2 4.19 (single) 5.50 (average), Pedro Santos Guimarães Rubik's Cube 12.77 (average), 5x5 1:43.05 (single), 3x3 one-handed 19.15 (single) 20.79 (average), Pyraminx 5.28 (single) 8.48 (average), Square-1 27.12 (average), Rafael Werneck Cinoto 3x3 with feet 50.32 (single) 54.66 (average), Renan Mondini Cerpe Rubik's Cube 11.40 (single), Rubik's Master Magic 10.06 (single) 11.18 (average).