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The Indiana Summer Open 2009 will take place on July 25, 2009 in Fishers, Indiana, USA. Check out the Indiana Summer Open 2009 website for more information and registration.

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The Missouri Open 2009 will take place on June 14, 2009 in Kansas City, Missouri, USA. Check out the Missouri Open 2009 website for more information and registration.

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James Benedict Cañares won the Rizal Open 2009 with an average of 14.05 seconds. Leo Barcenas Jr. finished second (15.06) and Simon Lim finished third (15.37).

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The Kristianstad Open 2009 will take place on August 15/16, 2009 in Kristianstad, Sweden. Check out the Kristianstad Open 2009 website for more information and registration.

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The Nantes Open 2009 will take place on June 5-7, 2009 in Nantes, France. Check out the Nantes Open 2009 website for more information and registration.

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Jason Baum won the Carnegie Mellon Spring 2009 with an average of 14.94 seconds. Dan Cohen finished second (15.56) and Mike Stewart finished third (18.23).
World records: David Woner Clock 7.08 (single).

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Piti Pichedpan won the Thailand Open 2009 with an average of 12.72 seconds. Kittikorn Tangsucharitthum finished second (13.16) and Rachata Thongruay finished third (14.33).
Asian records: Kittikorn Tangsucharitthum 3x3 8.25 (single).

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Shenjia Zhang won the Beijing Metropolis Open 2009 with an average of 14.25 seconds. Timothy Sun finished second (14.83) and Lin Tao finished third (15.16).
World records: Haiyan Zhuang 3x3 blindfolded 47.22.
Asian records: Ge Song Magic 1.08 (average), Fubo Wang Master Magic 2.69 (average), Xiao Tan Master Magic 2.34 (single).

North American records: Timothy Sun 3x3 with feet 1:02.19 (single).

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Yohei Oka won the JRCA Hokuriku 2009 with an average of 12.56 seconds. Yu Sajima finished second (14.35) and Sinpei Araki finished third (14.75).

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Anthony Searle won the Denver Open 2009 with an average of 15.27 seconds. Pat Kelly finished second (15.86) and Dan Knights finished third (15.92).

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The Taiwan Spring Open 2009 will take place on May 31, 2009 in Tapei, Taiwan. Check out the Taiwan Spring Open 2009 website for more information and registration.

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The Madrid Open 2009 will take place on July 10/11, 2009 in Madrid, Spain. Check out the Madrid Open 2009 website for more information and registration.

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The Puebla Open 2009 will take place on July 11/12, 2009 in Puebla, Mexico. Check out the Puebla Open 2009 website for more information and registration.

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The Duanwu Festival Open 2009 will take place on May 29, 2009 in Shenyang, China. Check out the Duanwu Festival Open 2009 website for more information and registration.

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The Czech Open 2009 will take place on July 17-19, 2009 in Pardubice, Czech Republic. Check out the Czech Open 2009 website for more information and registration.

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Andy Tsao won the Berkeley Spring competition 2009 with an average of 11.90 seconds. Leyan Lo finished second (12.69) and Dan Dzoan finished third (13.24).
Australian records: Dene Beardsley 4x4 1:05.42 (average), 5x5 1:37.78 (single) 1:43.80 (average), Square-1 23.97 (average).

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Daniel Lundwall won the Västerås Open 2009 with an average of 16.36 seconds. Kåre Krig finished second (19.14) and Oskar Åsbrink finished third (19.23).

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Erik Akkersdijk won the German Open 2009 with an average of 11.14 seconds. Mats Valk finished second (11.85) and Rama Temmink finished third (12.65).
World records: Erik Akkersdijk 4x4 39.83 (single).

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Jimmy Coll won the Barcelona Open 2009 with an average of 13.37 seconds. Alejandro Aguado Barahona finished second (14.52) and David Calvo Vivas finished third (14.87).
World records: Jimmy Coll 3x3 Fewest moves 22 moves.
South American records: Gabriel Eduardo Núñez Serna Clock 25.15 (average).

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Eric Limeback won the Motor City Open 2009 with an average of 12.69 seconds. Jim Mertens finished second (14.92) and Sarah Strong finished third (16.34).
African records: Emile Compion 3x3 13.50 (single) 15.52 (average), 4x4 1:02.94 (single) 1:17.20 (average), 5x5 1:31.61 (single) 1:47.64 (average), 2x2 3.77 (single) 5.25 (average), 3x3 One-handed 22.15 (single), Square-1 36.04 (average), 7x7 6:02.18 (single) 6:11.34 (average).

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The Cumberland Valley Open 2009 will take place on May 30, 2009 in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, USA. Check out the Cumberland Valley Open 2009 website for more information and registration.

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The Lublin Open 2009 will take place on May 30, 2009 in Lublin, Poland. Check out the Lublin Open 2009 website for more information and registration.

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Durben Joun Virtucio won the Cebu Open 2009 with an average of 14.56 seconds. James Benedict Cañares finished second (15.11) and Aaron James Melendez finished third (16.14).

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The Dallas Open 2009 will take place on June 13, 2009 in Dallas, Texas, USA. Check out the Dallas Open 2009 website for more information and registration.

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The JRCA Kansai Spring 2009 will take place on May 30, 2009 in Amagasaki, Japan. Check out the JRCA Kansai Spring 2009 website for more information and registration.