Robert Yau won the Bristol Open 2009 with an average of 11.89 seconds. Rowan Kinneavy finished second (12.99) and Bence Barát finished third (13.46).
World records: Olivér Perge Rubik's Clock 6.93 (single).
European records: Robert Yau 4x4 Cube 44.21 (average), Olivér Perge Rubik's Magic 0.94 (average).
John Tamanas won the MIT Fall 2009 with an average of 12.34 seconds. Rowe Hessler finished second (12.38) and Andy Tsao finished third (12.99).
World records: Patrick Jameson Rubik's Magic 0.90 (average).
North American records: Felix Lee Pyraminx 6.25 (average), Patrick Jameson Rubik's Magic 0.78 (single), Rowe Hessler 3x3 one-handed 19.11 (average).
Willian Fidêncio won the Univercidade Open 2009 with an average of 16.49 seconds. Renan Mondini Cerpe finished second (17.07) and Tadeu Zagallo da Silva finished third (17.58).
South American records: Rafael Werneck Cinoto 3x3 with feet 44.34 (single), 3x3 with feet 51.28 (average).
Gabriel Dechichi Barbar won the UNESP Open 2009 with an average of 13.40 seconds. Pedro Santos Guimarães finished second (14.96) and Rodrigo Kenji Asato Kobayashi finished third (16.18).
South American records: Pedro Santos Guimarães 4x4 Cube 1:06.18 (average), Rubik's Cube blindfolded 1:19.96 (single), Square-1 25.22 (average), 7x7 Cube 7:00.18 (average), 4x4 blindfolded 9:56.22 (single), Gabriel Bucsan Square-1 18.00 (single), Gabriel Dechichi Barbar 2x2 Cube 4.20 (average), Rafael Werneck Cinoto Master Magic 6.43 (single) 7.57 (average), Rodrigo Kenji Asato Kobayashi 6x6 Cube 4:04.15 (single) 4:34.12 (average), 7x7 Cube 6:21.21 (single).