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The Axis Cube Open 2010 will take place on September 4, 2010 in Nagpur, India. Check out the Axis Cube Open 2010 website for more information and registration.

The results of the Guangzhou Big Cubes Competition 2010 are now available.
World records: Bingliang Li Square-1 12.99 (average), Haixu Zhang 4x4 Cube 35.40 (single).

Asian records: Bingliang Li Square-1 11.21 (single), Haixu Zhang 4x4 Cube 42.71 (average), Pang Pak Hin 6x6 Cube 2:39.48 (average).

Justin Adsuara won the Berkeley Summer 2010 with an average of 11.68 seconds. Shotaro Makisumi finished second (12.73) and Dan Dzoan finished third (13.37).

North American records: Aidan Wolter Megaminx 1:07.61 (single) 1:12.31 (average), Edward Lin Pyraminx 2.88 (single).

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The Hungarian Open 2010 will take place on September 3-4, 2010 in Budapest, Hungary. Check out the Hungarian Open 2010 website for more information and registration.

Kanneti Sae Han won the Barcelona Rubik's Summer Open 2010 with an average of 11.21 seconds. Alejandro Aguado Barahona finished second (11.91) and Guillain Potron finished third (13.16).

Feliks Zemdegs won the New Zealand Championships 2010 with an average of 8.52 seconds. Dene Beardsley finished second (15.42) and Zhaohan Xiong finished third (16.32).

World records: Feliks Zemdegs Rubik's Cube 8.52 (average), 4x4 Cube 35.55 (single).

Australian records: Cameron Hobbs Rubik's Clock 14.11 (single), Dene Beardsley Square-1 15.27 (single), Feliks Zemdegs Rubik's Cube 7.94 (single), 5x5 Cube 1:13.47 (average), 2x2 Cube 2.84 (average), 3x3 one-handed 18.50 (average), Square-1 19.07 (average), 6x6 Cube 2:28.21 (single) 2:46.57 (average).

Heribertus Ariando won the Indonesian Championship 2010 with an average of 12.27 seconds. Muhammad Jihan Khalilurrahman finished second (13.73) and Nathan Azaria finished third (15.35).

Asian records: Muhammad Jihan Khalilurrahman 3x3 one-handed 13.58 (single).

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The Nisei Week Open 2010 will take place on August 21, 2010 in Los Angeles, California, USA. Check out the Nisei Week Open 2010 website for more information and registration.

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The Shantou Open 2010 will take place on August 8, 2010 in Shantou, Guangdong Province, China. Check out the Shantou Open 2010 website for more information and registration.

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The Pabianice Open 2010 will take place on September 18-19, 2010 in Pabianice, Poland. Check out the Pabianice Open 2010 website for more information and registration.

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The European Rubik's Cube Championship 2010 will take place on October 1-3, 2010 in Budapest, Hungary. Check out the European Rubik's Cube Championship 2010 website for more information and registration.

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The Galeries Lafayette Open 2010 will take place on September 3-4, 2010 in Paris, France. Check out the Galeries Lafayette Open 2010 website for more information and registration.

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The Hong Kong Open 2010 will take place on August 7-8, 2010 in Hong Kong, Hong Kong. Check out the Hong Kong Open 2010 website for more information and registration.

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The Ho Chi Minh City Open 2010 will take place on August 7-8, 2010 in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Check out the Ho Chi Minh City Open 2010 website for more information and registration.

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The Hanoi Open 2010 will take place on August 14-15, 2010 in Hanoi, Vietnam. Check out the Hanoi Open 2010 website for more information and registration.

Kanneti Sae Han won the First Chamal'Open 2010 with an average of 11.43 seconds. Philippe Virouleau finished second (14.20) and Antoine Piau finished third (16.32).

Ibrahim Vajgel-Shedid won the Vancouver Open 2010 with an average of 13.22 seconds. Deseree Aune finished second (13.62) and Kevin Hays finished third (13.89).

Tomasz Zolnowski won the Poznan Open 2010 with an average of 10.97 seconds. Adam Polkowski finished second (12.16) and Joël van Noort finished third (12.64).

Bence Barát won the Romanian Open 2010 with an average of 13.19 seconds. Olivér Perge finished second (14.55) and Dániel Varga finished third (14.62).

European records: Gábor Szabó Rubik's Clock 6.71 (single).

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The Shanghai Open 2010 will take place on August 14, 2010 in Shanghai, China. Check out the Shanghai Open 2010 website for more information and registration.

Kanneti Sae Han won the Lyon Summer Open 2010 with an average of 11.61 seconds. Julien Rochette finished second (13.46) and James Creswell finished third (14.19).

Erik Akkersdijk won the Alania Open 2010 with an average of 9.89 seconds. Alexander Springhorn finished second (13.51) and Jens Diewald finished third (15.16).

European records: Erik Akkersdijk Rubik's Cube 9.89 (average).

Bradley Vorjohan won the Battle of Lexington 2010 with an average of 4.81 seconds in the 2x2x2 event. Seth Hovland finished second (5.04) and Shaden Smith finished third (5.75).

Asian records: Chester Lian 4x4 blindfolded 6:19.75 (single), 5x5 blindfolded 15:31.00 (single).

Feliks Zemdegs won the Melbourne Winter Open 2010 with an average of 9.82 seconds. Matthew Wanstall finished second (14.64) and Nick Pappas finished third (15.76).

Australian records: Feliks Zemdegs Rubik's Cube 8.30 (single), 5x5 Cube 1:17.37 (average), 2x2 Cube 1.28 (single), 3x3 blindfolded 1:05.19 (single), 3x3 one-handed 12.83 (single) 18.69 (average), Pyraminx 5.71 (average), Square-1 16.38 (single) 19.67 (average), Jeremy Lu Rubik's Magic 1.00 (single) 1.03 (average), Master Magic 3.58 (single), Tim Major Pyraminx 3.36 (single), Rubik's Clock 14.47 (single).

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The 30th Anniversary MegaHouse Cup 2010 will take place on July 24-25, 2010 in Tokyo, Japan. Check out the 30th Anniversary MegaHouse Cup 2010 website for more information and registration.