Amier Edy Adlan Bin Sanusi won the Jakarta Open 2010 with an average of 14.66 seconds. Eman Shahadi finished second (15.36) and Muhammad Jihan Khalilurrahman finished third (15.63).
World records: Muhammad Iril Khairul Anam 3x3 multi blind 16/16 in 56:54 (single).
Asian records: Muhammad Iril Khairul Anam 5x5 blindfolded 24:10.00 (single).
Feliks Zemdegs won the Melbourne Summer Open 2010 with an average of 9.21 seconds. Matthew Wanstall finished second (14.16) and Nick Pappas finished third (16.89).
World records: Feliks Zemdegs Rubik's Cube 9.21 (average), 4x4 Cube 42.01 (average).
Australian records: Feliks Zemdegs Rubik's Cube 8.33 (single), 4x4 Cube 37.83 (single), 5x5 Cube 1:07.61 (single) 1:18.40 (average), 2x2 Cube 2.16 (single) 3.03 (average), 3x3 one-handed 16.46 (single) 20.71 (average), Pyraminx 4.38 (single) 7.13 (average), Square-1 22.88 (average), Rubik's Magic 1.36 (single), Matthew Wanstall 3x3 blindfolded 2:24.81 (single), Tim Major Rubik's Clock 17.50 (single).
Yu Jeong-Min won the Korea Cube Championship 2010 with an average of 11.38 seconds. Jo Han-Hyuk finished second (13.22) and Lee Seung-Woon finished third (13.41).
Asian records: Lee Seung-Woo 6x6 Cube 2:35.93 (single) 2:44.37 (average), Nam Yun-Su 2x2 Cube 3.59 (average), 3x3 with feet 49.60 (average).
Gabriela Uzcategui Valencia won the Bahia Inglesa Summer Open 2010 with an average of 24.73 seconds. Álvaro González Lasseube finished second (27.09) and Andrés Zuleta Vergottini finished third (32.04).
South American records: Rodrigo Piaggio Bermudez 2x2 Cube 2.38 (single), Sebastián Pino Castillo Master Magic 3.43 (single) 3.58 (average).
Erik Akkersdijk won the Aachen Open 2010 with an average of 10.78 seconds. Mats Valk finished second (11.96) and Jan Smarschevski finished third (13.30).
World records: Ville Seppänen 4x4 blindfolded 4:42.34 (single).
European records: Ville Seppänen 3x3 blindfolded 47.44 (single).