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The Taipei Open 2011 will take place on October 8, 2011 in Taipei, Taiwan. Check out the Taipei Open 2011 website for more information and registration.

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The ShenYang Open 2011 will take place on October 4, 2011 in Shenyang City, China. Check out the ShenYang Open 2011 website for more information and registration.

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The Estonian Open 2011 will take place on October 8-9, 2011 in Tallinn, Estonia. Check out the Estonian Open 2011 website for more information and registration.

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The Melbourne Cube Day 2011 will take place on November 26, 2011 in Melbourne, Australia. Check out the Melbourne Cube Day 2011 website for more information and registration.

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The Nanjing Autumn 2011 will take place on October 30, 2011 in Nanjing, China. Check out the Nanjing Autumn 2011 website for more information and registration.

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The MGIT Hyderabad Open 2011 will take place on October 5-6, 2011 in Hyderabad, India. Check out the MGIT Hyderabad Open 2011 website for more information and registration.

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Milán Baticz won the Hungarian Open 2011 with an average of 10.30 seconds. Dániel Fodor finished second (12.34) and Márk Vecsernyés finished third (12.46).

European records: Marcell Endrey 3x3 blindfolded 31.98 (single).

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The Cubetcha 2011 will take place on October 29, 2011 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. Check out the Cubetcha 2011 website for more information and registration.

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Armin Soleimani (آرمین سلیمانی) won the Iran Open 2011 with an average of 13.93 seconds. Ron van Bruchem finished second (14.82) and Ali Dadfar (علی دادفر) finished third (15.56).

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Francis Wong Jia Yen won the Cube Fever 2011 with an average of 11.06 seconds. Teo Kai Xiang finished second (11.75) and David Tan finished third (12.02).

Asian records: Chen Kee Yen Megaminx 1:05.59 (average).

Gabriel Dechichi Barbar won the Uberlandia Open 2011 with an average of 10.86 seconds. Pedro Santos Guimarães finished second (11.44) and Carlos Alberto de Alcântara Jr finished third (14.70).

South American records: Gabriel Dechichi Barbar 4x4 Cube 36.38 (single) 46.75 (average), 5x5 Cube 1:33.46 (single) 1:37.74 (average), Pedro Santos Guimarães Rubik's Clock 9.37 (average), Rafael Werneck Cinoto 3x3 with feet 49.52 (average).

Yi-Heng Lee (李宜衡) won the Taiwan Summer 2011 with an average of 10.97 seconds. Hsuan Chang (張璿) finished second (11.07) and Hao-Zheng Lin (林浩正) finished third (11.08).

Asian records: Che-Ting Chu (朱哲廷) Rubik's Cube 6.89 (single).

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Richard Jay S. Apagar won the Trinoma Open 2011 with an average of 10.33 seconds. Kevin Zerzes Sapo finished second (11.45) and Giuliano Cayetano finished third (13.57).

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José Leonardo Chaparro Prieto won the Trujillo Open 2011 with an average of 15.49 seconds. Christian Garcia Sanchez finished second (15.98) and Marvin Castañeda Cruzado finished third (17.07).

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Sergey Ryabko won the Russia Open 2011 with an average of 10.68 seconds. Ivan Vinnik finished second (12.06) and Alexey Polyashov finished third (12.65).

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Justin Jaffray won the Vancouver Summer 2011 with an average of 11.13 seconds. Kevin Hays finished second (11.51) and Ibrahim Vajgel-Shedid finished third (12.52).

North American records: Kevin Hays 5x5 Cube 1:09.75 (average), Kristopher de Asis 5x5 Cube 1:02.22 (single), Matthew Yep Square-1 14.32 (average).

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Feliks Zemdegs won the Australian Nationals 2011 with an average of 8.27 seconds. Chris Wilkinson finished second (12.47) and Kirt Protacio finished third (12.92).

World records: Feliks Zemdegs 4x4 Cube 30.28 (single), 5x5 Cube 1:00.27 (single) 1:04.20 (average), 6x6 Cube 1:56.96 (single).

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The III Open Colombia 2011 will take place on October 2, 2011 in Bogotá, Colombia. Check out the III Open Colombia 2011 website for more information and registration.

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The Jakarta Open 2011 will take place on October 22-23, 2011 in Jakarta, Indonesia. Check out the Jakarta Open 2011 website for more information and registration.

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Zhouheng Sun (孙舟横) won the Shanghai Meatball Fall 2011 with an average of 10.56 seconds. Shuang Chen (陈霜) finished second (10.97) and Yongting You (尤永庭) finished third (11.08).

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Nipat Charoenpholphant won the Hua Hin Open 2011 with an average of 9.41 seconds. Piti Pichedpan finished second (9.72) and Asia Konvittayayotin finished third (10.34).

Asian records: Nipat Charoenpholphant Rubik's Cube 6.78 (single).

Vincent Hartanto Utomo won the Fun Fasting Day 2011 with an average of 11.29 seconds. Stephen Adhisaputra finished second (12.19) and Janitra Ezra Putra finished third (12.96).

Bernett Orlando won the Bangalore Rubik's Cube Challenge 2011 with an average of 14.56 seconds. Sreeram Venkatara finished second (17.08) and Manasij Venkatesh finished third (17.86).

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Breandan Vallance won the Canadian Open 2011 with an average of 10.04 seconds. Harris Chan finished second (10.40) and Eric Limeback finished third (11.49).

African records: Emile Compion Pyraminx 8.11 (single), Square-1 19.83 (single), 6x6 Cube 3:21.71 (single) 3:55.41 (average).

North American records: Emily Wang Megaminx 56.31 (single) 1:00.01 (average), 7x7 Cube 3:39.57 (average), Kevin Hays 5x5 Cube 1:03.19 (single) 1:10.09 (average).

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The Cachan Open 2011 will take place on November 5-6, 2011 in Cachan, France. Check out the Cachan Open 2011 website for more information and registration.