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Sinpei Araki won the Toyama Open 2009 with an average of 12.65 seconds. Yohei Oka finished second (13.21) and Nobuaki Suga finished third (13.94).
World records: Yohei Oka Pyraminx 4.07 (average).
Asian records: Shota Kobayashi Rubik's Clock 8.22 (single) 8.96 (average).

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The Cubetcha 2009 will take place on October 24, 2009 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. Check out the Cubetcha 2009 website for more information and registration.

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The Cebu Masters 2009 will take place on October 24, 2009 in Cebu City, Philippines. Check out the Cebu Masters 2009 website for more information and registration.

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Tomasz Zolnowski won the Wroclaw Open 2009 with an average of 11.26 seconds. Piotr Kózka finished second (12.82) and Michal Robaczyk finished third (13.41).
European records: Piotr Michal Padlewski Square-1 17.71 (average).

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Ibrahim Vajgel-Shedid won the Vancouver Open 2009 with an average of 13.89 seconds. Deseree Aune finished second (13.91) and Sarah Strong finished third (15.70).

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Erik Akkersdijk won the Brussels Summer Open 2009 with an average of 11.30 seconds. Guillain Potron finished second (13.56) and Rama Temmink finished third (13.68).

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The Shaastra Open 2009 will take place on October 2, 2009 in Chennai, India. Check out the Shaastra Open 2009 website for more information and registration.

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Matias Macaya won the Campeonato de Primavera 2009 with an average of 17.85 seconds. Enric Grau finished second (18.60) and José Garrido finished third (18.63).

South American records: Enric Grau 2x2 Cube 4.18 (single), Matias Macaya Rubik's Clock 15.69 (single) 18.53 (average), Rubik's Magic 1.08 (single).

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The Quezon Megaminx Open 2009 will take place on October 3, 2009 in Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines. Check out the Quezon Megaminx Open 2009 website for more information and registration.

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Gunnar Krig won the Swedish Open 2009 with an average of 14.68 seconds. Simon Westlund finished second (15.45) and Oskar Åsbrink finished third (15.49).
World records: Gunnar Krig Rubik's Cube one-handed 13.80 (single), Oskar Åsbrink Rubik's Magic 0.77 (single).

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Hao-Zheng Lin won the Maru Cube Day 2009 with an average of 13.00 seconds. Ming-Huan Tsai finished second (13.25) and Shiuan Chang finished third (13.48).

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Chia-Wei Lu won the Philippines Open 2009 with an average of 13.30 seconds. Piti Pichedpan finished second (13.56) and Lorenzo Bonoan finished third (14.55).

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Anssi Vanhala won the Finnish Open 2009 with an average of 14.35 seconds. Konsta Jukka finished second (15.39) and Johannes Laire finished third (15.93).

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Rama Temmink won the Indonesian Open 2009 with an average of 12.90 seconds. Mohamad Azraei finished second (14.59) and Lars Vandenbergh finished third (17.00).

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Anton Rostovikov won the Saint Petersburg Open 2009 with an average of 17.52 seconds. Anton Bedrichenko finished second (18.55) and Max Novicov finished third (18.58).

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The Danish Special 2009 will take place on September 26-27, 2009 in Hillerød, Denmark. Check out the Danish Special 2009 website for more information and registration.

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Cameron Brown won the Nisei Week Open 2009 with an average of 14.26 seconds. Ging-Ging Lin finished second (14.73) and Sikan Li finished third (15.42).

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The Toyama Open 2009 will take place on September 19, 2009 in Toyama, Japan. Check out the Toyama Open 2009 website for more information and registration.

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Pascal So won the Shenzhen Summer Open 2009 with an average of 12.03 seconds. Haixu Zhang finished second (12.87) and Jokey Chen finished third (13.27).
World records: Haixu Zhang 4x4 Cube 45.32 (average), Tang Yiu Chun Rubik's Magic 0.77 (single).

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Han-Cyun Chen won the Taiwan Summer Open 2009 with an average of 13.30 seconds. Ming-Hao Kang finished second (13.66) and Kuo-Hao Wu finished third (13.80).
World records: Han-Cyun Chen 4x4 Cube 43.43 (average).
Asian records: Hsuan Chang 5x5 Cube 1:11.77 (single), 5x5 Cube 1:17.64 (average), Tse-Kan Lin / Yi-Sa Chen Rubik's Cube fewest moves 37.

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Tomasz Zolnowski won the Gdansk Open 2009 with an average of 11.26 seconds. Adam Polkowski finished second (12.36) and Piotr Kózka finished third (13.52).

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The Polish Open 2009 will take place on September 26-27, 2009 in Pabianice, Poland. Check out the Polish Open 2009 website for more information and registration.

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The Boulder 2009 competition will take place on September 19, 2009 in Boulder, Colorado, USA. Check out the Boulder 2009 website for more information and registration.

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Rowe Hessler won the US Nationals 2009 with an average of 11.64 seconds. Mitchell Stern finished second (12.42) and Ravi Fernando finished third (13.13).
World records: Dan Cohen 6x6 Cube 2:32.00 (average).
North American records: Alexander Yu Rubik's Cube blindfolded 51.80, Andy Tsao 4x4 Cube 39.36 (single), Dan Cohen Megaminx 1:22.09 (single) 1:27.34 (average), David Woner/Michael Young Rubik's Cube fewest moves 27, Mike Hughey Rubik's Cube multi blind 8/8 in 51:07.

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Haixu Zhang won the Beijing Summer Open 2009 with an average of 12.88 seconds. Bingliang Li finished second (14.11) and Lin Tao finished third (14.15).
World records: Haiyan Zhuang Rubik's Cube blindfolded 35.96, Jianwei Zhu Square-1 12.05 (single) 14.61 (average), Tong Jiang Rubik's Cube multi blind 15/15 in 52:01, Yuxuan Wang Rubik's Magic 0.83 (single).
Asian records: Xiao Tan Master Magic 1.94 (single) 2.13 (average).