Timothy Sun won the Beijing Open 2007 with an average of 15.40 seconds. Kim Chan-Woo finished second (17.00) and Hui Hing Ho finished third (19.68).
Asian records: Danyang Chen 3x3 blindfolded 1:10.27, Chan Tak Chuen Magic 0.97 (single), Hui Hing Ho Magic 1.37 (average).
Pedro Santos Guimarães won the Brazil Open 2007 with an average of 15.71 seconds. Leonardo Tambellini finished second (22.54) and Renan Mondini Cerpe finished third (23.44).
South American records: Pedro Santos Guimarães 3x3 12.63 (single) 15.71 (average), 4x4 1:33.51 (average), 5x5 2:38.35 (single) 2:56.76 (average), 2x2 7.94 (average), 3x3 blindfolded 1:53.34, Rafael Werneck Cinoto 2x2 5.99 (single), 3x3 feet 2:04.03 (single), Willian Fidêncio Megaminx 2:40.08 (single) 3:06.38 (average).
David Calvo Vivas won the Spain Championship 2007 with an average of 16.18 seconds. Ernesto Fernández Regueira finished second (20.37) and Manuel López Sheriff finished third (21.25).
Harris Chan won the Toronto Open Fall 2007 with an average in the final of 12.73 seconds. Craig Bouchard finished second (16.05) and Derrick Eide finished third (16.25).
North American records: Harris Chan 3x3 9.80 (single), Derrick Eide Megaminx 1:48.11 (single) 2:01.06 (average).
African records: Emile Compion 3x3 15.96 (single) 18.98 (average), 5x5 2:22.19 (single) 2:29.99 (average), 2x2 6.58 (single) 8.17 (average), 3x3 blindfolded 4:37.69, 3x3 one-handed 25.77 (single), Magic 1.58 (single).
Jason Baum won the Virginia Open 2007 with an average in the final of 14.15 seconds. Mitchell Stern finished second (14.72) and Chris Hardwick finished third (16.16).
North American records: Chris Hardwick 4x4 blindfolded 6:20.96.
Australian records: Peter Still Magic 2.78 (single) 3.00 (average), Jasmine Lee Master Magic 4.90 (single) 5.56 (average).
Erik Akkersdijk won the Dutch Championship 2007 with an average in the final of 14.15 seconds. Joël van Noort finished second (15.12) and Rama Temmink finished third (15.30).
World records: Ron van Bruchem 3x3 9.55 (single).
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Andy Tsao won the Berkeley Fall competition 2007 with an average in the final of 12.38 seconds. Leyan Lo finished second (13.58) and Dan Dzoan finished third (14.93).
North American records: Andy Tsao 3x3 12.38 (average), Frank Morris 4x4 1:02.32 (average), 5x5 1:37.58 (single) 1:42.54 (average), Dan Dzoan 4x4 52.84 (single).
Yohei Oka won the Ibaraki competition 2007 with an average in the final of 13.51 seconds. Sinpei Araki finished second (14.74) and Tatsuya Ookubo finished third (15.54).
World records: Takayuki Ookusa 5x5 1:42.16 (average).
Asian records: Kouetso Ando 3x3 9.83 (single), Takayuki Ookusa 5x5 1:35.90 (single), Takuma Akutsu 3x3 one-handed 21.21 (average), Yohei Oka Pyraminx 4.83 (single) 6.79 (average).
Shotaro Makisumi won the Caltech Fall competition 2007 with an average in the final of 13.90 seconds. Leyan Lo finished second (14.95) and Chris Dzoan finished third (16.98).
World records: Chris Dzoan 3x3 one-handed 20.91 (average).
Mátyás Kuti won the UK Open 2007 with an average in the final of 13.85 seconds. Breandon McElhill finished second (14.61) and Rama Temmink finished third (14.80).
World records: Mátyás Kuti 4x4 46.63 (single), 5x5 1:30.58 (single), Ron van Bruchem 2x2 2.65 (single).
Mitchell Stern won the Pleasantville Fall competition 2007 with an average in the final of 14.00 seconds. Erik Johnson finished second (17.49) and Anthony Benis finished third (18.75).
North American records: Mitchell Stern 2x2 5.64 (average), Alexander Yu Pyraminx 8.12 (single), Sam Boyles Master Magic 2.63 (single) 2.75 (average).
African records: Emile Compion 4x4 1:35.38 (single) 1:40.07 (average), 5x5 2:26.66 (single) 2:30.74 (average), 2x2 6.83 (single) 10.24 (average), 3x3 blindfolded 5:13.40, 3x3 one-handed 34.23 (single) 35.63 (average), Pyraminx 15.64 (single) 20.94 (average), Magic 1.63 (single) 1.73 (average), Master Magic 3.47 (single) 4.15 (average).
Ravi Fernando won the Minnesota Open 2007 with an average in the final of 13.80 seconds. Phil Thomas finished second (16.87) and Isaac Wappes finished third (21.96).