Bay Area Speedcubin' 21 2019
- Dec 1, 2019
- San Jose, California, United States
Andrew P. Hill High School
- 3200 Senter Road
- Brandon Harnish, Nitin Subramanian, and Ryan Jew
- WCA Delegates
- Brandon Harnish, Nitin Subramanian, and Ryan Jew
- Download all the competition's details as PDF .
BASC is proud to finally host a competition in the Bay Area's biggest city, San Jose! Join us at Andrew P. Hill High School for a jam-packed day of speedcubin'.
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There is a competitor limit of 200 competitors.
The base registration fee for this competition is $20 (United States Dollar).
If your registration is cancelled before you will be refunded 50% of your registration fee.
No on the spot registrations will be accepted.
- Competitors may request (by email) to be added to more events BEFORE registration closes.
- Competitors may not add events after registration closes.
- Competitors may request (by email) to remove events from their registration. It is also acceptable to not show up for any event you do not wish to compete in. If there is a chance you will want to do an event, you should register for it!
If Registration fills up, we will place competitors on a waitlist. In order to get on the waitlist, you must register and pay. You are not on the waitlist until you pay the registration fee. If you do not make it off of the waitlist, you will be fully refunded. If a competitor drops out, the first person on the waitlist will replace them. People can be replaced up until Thursday, November 21st, 2019, 5:00 PM PDT (eg. no new competitors will be added on the day of the competition).
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Max Park won with an average of 6.09 seconds in the 3x3x3 Cube event. Richard Jay S. Apagar finished second (7.33) and Christopher Yen finished third (7.34).
World records: Max Park 4x4x4 Cube 21.11 (average).
|3x3x3 Cube||Max Park||5.17||6.09||United States||5.17||6.43||6.26||5.59||6.53|
|4x4x4 Cube||Max Park||19.28||21.11||WR||United States||21.01||22.00||20.31||19.28||24.79|
|3x3x3 Blindfolded||Jason Ostdiek||58.30||DNF||United States||1:19.75||58.30||DNF|
|Pyraminx||Aaron Paskow||1.94||2.58||United States||1.94||2.43||3.99||2.78||2.54|
|Skewb||Jusun Choi (최주선)||2.77||3.66||Republic of Korea||5.21||3.41||4.30||3.27||2.77|
|Square-1||Nicolas Harper||9.37||11.77||United States||17.84||14.03||11.45||9.83||9.37|
|3x3x3 Cube||First round||Ao5||10:00.00||Top 64 advance to next round|
|Second round||Ao5||1:00.00||Top 16 advance to next round|
|4x4x4 Cube||First round||Bo2 / Ao5||2:00.00||2 attempts to get < 1:30.00||Top 16 advance to next round|
|3x3x3 Blindfolded||Final||Bo3||10:00.00 cumulative *|
|Pyraminx||First round||Ao5||30.00||Top 16 advance to next round|
|Skewb||First round||Ao5||30.00||Top 16 advance to next round|
|Square-1||First round||Bo2 / Ao5||1:00.00||2 attempts to get < 30.00||Top 12 advance to next round|
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Schedule for Sunday (December 01, 2019)
For those of you new to cubing, WELCOME!
We wanted to let you know this event is perfectly fine for cubers of any age and experience. We just ask you know a couple things before coming to compete...
First, please be familiar with the WCA Regulations, found here:
This video will explain most of what any cuber competing for the first time will need to know however it is still the competitors responsibility to be familiar with the full set of regulations.
If you have any questions after this video, we will be having a new competitor tutorial right before 3x3. That would be the perfect time to ask those questions and clear up any confusion.
If you are stoked to compete and ready to sign up, head over to the registration tab, click register, and fill out the information it asks for. This will help you get set up the WCA's system and one step closer to your first official solve!
Q: Do I use my own cube to compete?
A: YES! You are responsible for your own hardware in order to compete.
Q: What is the normal age of competitors at these events?
A: All ages are welcome, but in general competitors are between 10 and 20 years old. Don't let this stop you though, everyone can and should cube!
Q: What is the competition like?
A; Competitions are a bunch of tables where nerds like us get to sit and discuss our favorite thing, Cubes! Of course in addition there is competing, which will occupy one side of the competition hall, where you will see lots of timers flickering with contestants new personal bests. Most competitions have a break for lunch, and the competing is split up into heats, as to better organize who competes when. (Check the Groups tab and listen at the competition for more info on this.)
Q: How do I find results?
A: All results are posted on the WCA page a couple of days after the competition finishes. However, for the day of competing, go to cubecomps to find information about current events. This is also where you will find information about 2nd and 3rd rounds of events.
Q: Why am I not on the registration list yet?
A: Make sure you pay you entrance fee in order to be automatically placed on the registered list, which will also guarantee you a spot in the competition. If payment may be any issue, or you are not sure if you can attend, use the contact button to talk to us, and see if we can work out another payment strategy, or have you pay on arrival at the compeition. No matter what you situation may be however, please register online. It is much easier for us to have you register now and pay later, then to have to input information at another time.
Q: Are there age divisions?
A: Nope! All cometitors compete in the same group.
Q: Can I have fun at this event?
A: HECK YES! Cubing is amazing, and we sincerely hope you enjoy the competition!
Information: Stuff You Must Know
- READ AND UNDERSTAND THE REGULATIONS: Especially if you’re a first time competitor, this can potentially save you much time and grief. Particularly pay attention to Article A, 2, 3, and 10.
- Since you’ve registered online, all you need to do is show up on time for your first event. Please check in upon arrival to receive your nametag and personal schedule. If you’re not on time and miss the last call for your group in an event, you will not be able to compete for that event. Missing any given event does not bar you from competing in subsequent events (but does bar you from competing in subsequent rounds of any events you missed).
- You will be called up by group for this event. See the Group tab for more information. When your group is called up, bring your solved cube and place it on the sheet of paper with your name with it at the scrambling station. Then wait in the competitor waiting area on stage to be called.
- Please don’t trash the venue. And of course, it’s the right thing to do.
- No flash photography. It’s obviously very distracting to competitors.
- Stay at least 1.5 meters away from the front edge of the competition tables. Standing too close is distracting and frequently makes it hard for staff to get to where they need to go, which slows the competition down.
- Regarding questions during the competition: do not ask staff first. They are very busy trying to make the event run smoothly (if they aren’t, then they should be). First check the live announcements, cubecomps, the WCA regulations, or the check-in table.
- If none of these answer your question, the info table people will find you an organizer or delegate.
- If we need more volunteering help, we will ask. If you wish to judge or scramble, please be familiar with the regulations.
- The competition will be held in the Gymnasium at Andrew P. Hill High School. Consult this picture to help you out:
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- Know the regs, show up on time, check in, and be respectful of competitors by staying 1.5 meters away from competition stations and not using flash photography.
Q: When do I show up?
A: Please be at the venue and ready to compete at least 15 minutes before your first event is scheduled to begin. We may get ahead of the schedule and start rounds early.
Q: Is there a general admission price if I am not competing?
A: There is no cost to spectate; the competition is open to the public.
Q: When should I leave the competition?
A: You are allowed to enter and leave the competition as you wish. If you are finished competing for the day, you do not need to stay at the competition.
Q: What do I do if I want to drop or add an event?
A: If you wish to drop an event from your registration, please email us, or let us know at the data entry table during the competition. You will not be refunded any money if you drop events. If registration has not closed and you would like to add an event, please email us. Once registration has closed, we will be unable to add events to competitors’ registrations.
Q: I cannot attend this competition. What should I do?
A: If you cannot attend this competition after all, please send us an email saying so. Please ensure that you include your name and WCA ID in the body of the email.
We will be using groups for this competition.
For those unfamiliar, each competitor is assigned to a group for each of the above events. During the competition, competitors will be called up by that group. For example, "Now calling 3x3 Group 1" means all competitors who have been assigned group 1 for 3x3 are up to compete and should bring their cube ASAP to the scrambling station. This also allows competitors to better know when they will be competing as groups are called in numerical order.
If you reach the time limit during your solve, the judge will stop you and your result will be DNF (see Regulation A1a4).
A cumulative time limit may be enforced (see Regulation A1a2).
The result to beat to proceed to the second phase of a cutoff round (see Regulation 9g).
The format describes how to determine the ranking of competitors based on their results. The list of allowed formats per event is described in Regulation 9b. See Regulation 9f for a description of each format.