Haiza (2009-01-28 03:59:54 +0000)
well i was trying to comnunicate with Tyson but i can't... i wanna know if are some posibilities of make a competition in baja california, mexico... i'm sorry because my english is not good...
cubetalk (2009-01-28 14:56:27 +0000)
There was a mexican open in 2008
Bob (2009-01-28 15:46:06 +0000)
[quote="cubetalk":39ck3dcb]There was a mexican open in 2008[/quote:39ck3dcb] Don't be so hasty. That is like if somebody asks for a competition in Alaska and you tell them there was a US Open in California. The two locations are in the same country, but very far away.
cubetalk (2009-01-28 16:19:49 +0000)
speaking of the us open, is it held at stanford?
blade740 (2009-01-28 19:33:40 +0000)
Are there enough cubers in Baja California? I bet some southern CA cubers would like to come down and compete, but it would only make sense to hold it if there were enough Mexican cubers there to justify a competition.
Haiza (2009-01-29 05:43:50 +0000)
we are a team.. am.. 7 in mexicali... but there's more in mexicali and bc.. i think a 10 in ensenada... i don't know if there's more... we are in the north of mexico... near san diego... 2 hours, no more.... and toluca is far and the mayority part of us we have 14, 15, 16 years old... in mexicali,,, in ensenada i don't know the ages... again i'm sorry for my english...
BryanLogan (2009-01-29 14:23:34 +0000)
If you're that close to San Diego, perhaps you want to talk to Adam Zamora. He was the WCA delegate to the Mexican Open, but he's also the organizer of the San Diego competition.
Haiza (2009-01-30 01:45:30 +0000)
how i can contac with him?
Bob (2009-01-30 04:08:05 +0000)
His e-mail address is linked on this page: [url:3eosw5qj]http://www.worldcubeassociation.org/results/c.php?i=MexicanOpen2008[/url:3eosw5qj]