The Berkeley Fall competition 2009 will take place on November 14, 2009 in Berkeley, California, USA.
Breandan Vallance won the World Rubik's Cube Championship 2009 with an average of 10.74 seconds. Erik Akkersdijk finished second (11.52) and Tomasz Zolnowski finished third (11.64).
World records: Dan Cohen 4x4 36.46 (single), Yumu Tabuchi Rubik's Cube One-handed 16.90 (average), Michal Halczuk 7x7 3:43.15 (single), Piotr Michal Padlewski Square-1 10.96 (single), Bálint Bodor Megaminx 57.94 (single).
Asian records: Yumu Tabuchi Rubik's Cube Fewest moves 29 (single), 4x4 blindfolded 8:41.85 (single), Ryosuke Mondo 5x5 blindfolded 26:30.00 (single).
European records: Erik Akkersdijk 4x4 39.43 (single), Michal Halczuk 7x7 4:01.23 (average), Piotr Michal Padlewski Square-1 15.21 (average), Rafal Guzewicz 5x5 blindfolded 15:43.00 (single).
North American records: Dan Cohen 4x4 46.94 (average), Megaminx 1:20.34 (single) 1:27.30 (average), Timothy Sun Rubik's Cube with feet 58.38 (single).
South American records: Pedro Santos Guimarães 4x4 53.30 (single) 1:07.85 (average), Rubik's Cube One-handed 18.27 (single), Megaminx 1:35.77 (average), 4x4 blindfolded 13:09.00 (single), Renan Mondini Cerpe 2x2 3.33 (single).
Tomasz Zolnowski won the Polish Open 2009 with an average of 11.81 seconds. Erik Akkersdijk finished second (12.85) and Adam Polkowski finished third (13.01).
World records: Tomasz Zolnowski Rubik's Cube 10.07 (average).
European records: Erik Akkersdijk 4x4 44.54 (average), Piotr Michal Padlewski Square-1 12.41 (single) 15.70 (average).
Harris Chan won the Canadian Open 2009 with an average of 11.11 seconds. Eric Limeback finished second (12.53) and Derrick Eide finished third (12.99).
North American records: Harris Chan Rubik's Cube 11.11 (average), Derrick Eide Pyraminx 7.20 (average).
African records: Emile Compion 4x4 1:14.35 (average), Megaminx 2:00.05 (single) 2:15.00 (average), Pyraminx 11.38 (single) 13.45 (average), Square-1 22.38 (single) 32.35 (average), 6x6 3:49.28 (single) 4:05.74 (average), 7x7 5:51.44 (single) 5:57.52 (average).
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).