Ryan Patricio won the US Open 2007 with an average in the final of 14.92 seconds. Toby Mao finished second (15.16) and Jason Baum finished third (15.25).
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World records: Chris Dzoan 3x3 one-handed 16.36 (single), Lars Vandenbergh Square-1 24.59 (average).
North American records: Mitchell Stern 2x2 5.77 (average), Timothy Sun Clock 14.49 (single), Bob Burton Clock 18.19 (average), Grant Tregay Megaminx 1:57.68 (single) 2:08.45 (average), Joshua Satterfield Pyraminx 12.17 (single), Bryan Logan Pyraminx 21.32 (average).
Leyan Lo won the San Diego competition 2007 with an average in the final of 14.90 seconds. Chris Dzoan finished second (15.19) and Dan Dzoan finished third (15.43).
Anthony Hsu won the Captain's Cove competition 2007 with an average in the final of 15.10 seconds. Andy Camann finished second (18.15) and Erik Johnson finished third (18.19).
Dan Harris won the Italian Open 2007 with an average in the final of 16.80 seconds. Brent Morgan finished second (17.33) and Lars Vandenbergh finished third (17.52).
Harris Chan won the Canadian Open 2007 with an average in the final of 14.21 seconds. Matt Walter finished second (15.50) and Jason Thong finished third (16.17).
World records: Chris Krueger 3x3 blindfolded 1:15.60.
North American records: Harris Chan 3x3 13.59 (average).
Leyan Lo won the Caltech Spring competition 2007 with an average in the final of 16.06 seconds. Darren Kwong finished second (16.37) and Chris Dzoan finished third (16.40).
American records: Dan Dzoan 3x3 10.08 (single).
Edouard Chambon won the Spanish Open 2007 with an average in the final of 13.56 seconds. Thibaut Jacquinot finished second (14.01) and David Calvo Vivas finished third (18.06).
World records: Thibaut Jacquinot 3x3 9.86 (single).
European records: Thibaut Jacquinot 3x3 12.74 (average).
Joël van Noort won the German Open 2007 with an average in the final of 13.62 seconds. Edouard Chambon finished second (13.69) and Milán Baticz finished third (14.29).
World records: Mátyás Kuti Square-1 25.82 (average), Maté Horvath Master Magic 1.94 (single), 2.15 (average).
European records: Ron van Bruchem 5x5 1:54.12 (average), Gilles van den Peereboom 3x3 one-handed 24.60 (average), Milán Baticz 3x3 one-handed 19.90 (single).
Mitchell Stern won the Rutgers Spring competition 2007 with an average in the final of 14.34 seconds. Anthony Hsu finished second (15.13) and Ian Winokur finished third (16.53).
Cliff Shen won the Florida Open 2007 with an average in the final of 20.03 seconds. Andrew Chow finished second (22.50) and Brandon Blankenship finished third (23.68).
Edouard Chambon won the French National Championship 2007 with an average in the final of 14.21 seconds. Jean Pons finished second (14.92) and Sébastien Felix finished third (17.59).
Mitsuki Gunji won the Osaka Rubik`s Cube contest 2007 with an average in the final of 14.27 seconds. Ryousuke Higo finished second (14.90) and Yohei Oka finished third (15.00).
World records: Takayuki Ookusa 5x5 1:51.37 (average).
Asian records: Takayuki Ookusa 5x5 1:45.71 (single), Masayuki Akimoto 3x3 blindfolded 1:54.13, Mitsuki Gunji Clock 9.41 (single), 11.04 (average), Yohei Oka Pyraminx 10.32 (average).
Anthony Hsu won the Cornell Spring competition 2007 with an average in the final of 14.62 seconds. Leyan Lo finished second (14.95) and Matt Walter finished third (15.41).
American records: Michael Gottlieb Magic 1.06 (single).
World records: Clément Gallet 3x3 multi blind 4/5 48:25 (single), Edouard Chambon Rubik's Cube 10.36 (single), Frédérick Badie 5x5 Cube 1:44.47 (single), Lars Vandenbergh Square-1 19.46 (single) 25.98 (average), Máté Horváth Master Magic 2.02 (single), Mátyás Kuti Rubik's Magic 0.86 (single) 0.96 (average), Milán Baticz Master Magic 2.27 (average).
European records: Milán Baticz 2x2 Cube 3.68 (single), Thibaut Jacquinot Rubik's Cube 13.03 (average).
Today we finalised the WCA competition regulations 2007.
The document can be found on the WCA site:
WCA regulations 2007
The new regulations must be used for all WCA competitions starting today.
We want to thank all WCA members who gave feedback.
Ron van Bruchem
Yu Jeong-Min from Korea breaks the world record for solving Rubik's Cube. During the Korea Cube Research Club Open 2007 on January 7, he solved 5 Rubik's cubes in an average time of 11.76 seconds. He also solved one Rubik's Cube one-handed in 19.34 seconds.