Justin Jaffray won the Cube Canada Day 2011 with an average of 12.94 seconds. Dave Campbell finished second (16.49) and Micah Stairs finished third (23.21).

Cornelius Dieckmann won the Schleswig-Holstein Open 2011 with an average of 10.04 seconds. Jan Smarschevski finished second (11.39) and Björn Korbanka finished third (12.22).

Christopher Olson won the Minnesota Open 2011 with an average of 12.24 seconds. John Brechon finished second (14.30) and Tobias Mehnert finished third (16.41).

Haowei Fan (樊浩玮) won the Zhengzhou Open 2011 with an average of 10.43 seconds. Ke Sun (孙珂) finished second (15.09) and Guanda Fu (符冠达) finished third (15.14).

Henrik Buus Aagaard won the Skårup Last Chance 2011 with an average of 13.31 seconds. Oscar Roth Andersen finished second (13.54) and Holger Stadel Borum finished third (15.16).

Muhammad Jihan Khalilurrahman won the Semarang Fun Cube 2011 with an average of 10.76 seconds. Stephen Adhisaputra finished second (12.10) and Muhammad Belva Ababil finished third (12.19).

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The HaNoi Open 2011 will take place on July 30-31, 2011 in Ha Noi, Vietnam. Check out the HaNoi Open 2011 website for more information and registration.

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The Phitsanulok Open 2011 will take place on August 20, 2011 in Phitsanulok, Thailand. Check out the Phitsanulok Open 2011 website for more information and registration.

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The Krung Thep Open 2011 will take place on August 6, 2011 in Bangkok, Thailand. Check out the Krung Thep Open 2011 website for more information and registration.

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The Shandong Open 2011 will take place on July 31, 2011 in Jinan, China. Check out the Shandong Open 2011 website for more information and registration.

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The Khon Kaen Open 2011 will take place on July 30, 2011 in Khon Kaen, Thailand. Check out the Khon Kaen Open 2011 website for more information and registration.

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The Robinsons Metro East Open 2011 will take place on July 30-31, 2011 in Pasig City, Philippines. Check out the Robinsons Metro East Open 2011 website for more information and registration.

Feliks Zemdegs won the Melbourne Winter Open 2011 with an average of 7.64 seconds. Luke Bruce finished second (12.79) and Kirt Protacio finished third (13.60).

World records: Feliks Zemdegs Rubik's Cube 5.66 (single) 7.64 (average), 4x4 Cube 30.88 (single).

Nipat Charoenpholphant won the Chonburi Open 2011 with an average of 9.61 seconds. Asia Konvittayayotin finished second (10.78) and Apidet Lothanakit finished third (10.87).

Asian records: Baramee Pookcharoen 3x3 one-handed 15.35 (average), Piti Pichedpan Rubik's Cube 8.46 (average).

Results of the Cyclops Open 2011 are now available.

World records: Shufan Wang (王澍凡) Rubik's Cube blindfolded youngest solver 8 years 3 months 30 days.

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The Speedcubing Mumbai Unlimited 2011 will take place on July 9-10, 2011 in Mumbai, India. Check out the Speedcubing Mumbai Unlimited 2011 website for more information and registration.

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The Świerklany Open 2011 will take place on July 23, 2011 in Świerklany, Poland. Check out the Świerklany Open 2011 website for more information and registration.

The Hackley Summer 2011 will take place on July 30, 2011 in Tarrytown, New York, USA. Check out the Hackley Summer 2011 website for more information and registration.

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Yuanxu Han (韩元旭) won the Yingkou Open 2011 with an average of 12.68 seconds. Meng Wang (王猛) finished second (13.16) and Zhou Yichen finished third (15.17).

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Yongan Liu (刘永安) won the Henan University of Science & Technology Open 2011 with an average of 13.23 seconds. Guanda Fu (符冠达) finished second (15.46) and Pengju Li (李鹏举) finished third (15.62).

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The Galeries Lafayette Open 2011 will take place on September 16-17, 2011 in Paris, France. Check out the Galeries Lafayette Open 2011 website for more information and registration.

Ethan Crislip won the Ohio Open 2011 with an average of 12.65 seconds. Chester Lian finished second (14.13) and Blake Thompson finished third (15.76).

World records: Chester Lian 3x3 multi blind 17/17 53:09 (single).

Kamaru-Deen Lawal won the River Hill Spring 2011 competition with an average of 12.50 seconds. Mike Kotch finished second (13.03) and Kian Barry finished third (13.26).

Anssi Vanhala won the Tallinn Open 2011 with an average of 12.15 seconds. Anti Ingel finished second (12.98) and Uku Kruusamägi finished third (18.55).

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Leopoldo Andrés Ibarra Fuentes won the Aplicarubick Open 2011 with an average of 13.48 seconds. Francisco Javier Lemes Sáez finished second (13.59) and José Garrido finished third (13.62).

South American records: Leopoldo Andrés Ibarra Fuentes Megaminx 1:08.65 (single).