Kewbz UK Championship 2022


Date
Oct 28 - 30, 2022
City
Coventry, West Midlands, United Kingdom
Venue

Coventry Building Society Arena

Address
Judds Lane, Longford, Coventry, CV6 6AQ
Details

Exhibition Hall 2

Contact
Organization team
Organizer
UK Cube Association
WCA Delegates
Bertie Longden, Christopher Morris, James Molloy, Mary Hennessy, Nevins Chan Pak Hoong (陈百鸿), Oliver Wheat, Sam Spendla, Seán O'Toole, and Simon Kelly
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Information

Welcome to Kewbz UK Championship 2022!

This year's UK National Championship

Spectators are welcome! Please read the information below, and the information in the Spectators and Guests tab.

If you are a new competitor, please make sure to read all the information in the FAQ and the Important Information tabs before registering. All competitors should be familiar with the information in these tabs.

Free T-Shirt: By registering and attending Kewbz UK Championship 2022, you'll receive a completely free UK Championship t-shirt as a memento! You will receive this on registration at the venue, where you can choose your size.

Guests: Guests will only be permitted to attend by paying a £5 fee at the competition. Competitors will receive lanyards, and their guests and spectators will receive wristbands, which are to be worn throughout the weekend for security reasons. This includes parents/guardians of competitors. The fee must be paid at the competition and cannot be prepaid beforehand. The guest field in the registration form is for informational purposes only, the fee must be paid at the competition.

Qualification Requirements: If you do not meet the qualification requirements in an official WCA competition by 17th October 2022, you will not be eligible to compete in those events. Please see the Events tab to see these requirements. Please note that new competitors can only compete in 3x3, 2x2, Skewb and Pyraminx.

Final Round Advancements: For all events with more than one round we will be taking a minimum number of UK competitors to the final. If necessary, we will increase the size of the final by one competitor at a time until we have enough UK competitors. The requirements are as follows: 2x2, 4x4, 5x5, 6x6, 7x7, 3x3 Blindfolded, 3x3 One-Handed, Clock, Megaminx, Pyraminx, Skewb, Square-1 - 6 UK competitors; 3x3 - 8 UK competitors. 3x3 Multiple Blindfolded has a Top 16 qualification requirement, similarly this must contain at least 6 UK competitors.

Fewest Moves: FMC will not be held at this competition. To compete for the national champion title for FMC, you must compete at Kewbz UK Championship FMC 2022 on 22nd October instead. The winner of the FMC competition will be awarded their prize during the awards at Kewbz UK Championship 2022.

We will be taking videos and photographs of the competition and the environment for our social media pages and website. Media persons will also be in attendance. By attending the competition as a competitor or a guest, you are accepting that you may be filmed or photographed for these purposes.

Please Note: As this is the UK National Championship, only competitors who represent the United Kingdom will be eligible for prizes. The competition remains open for all nationalities to compete.

Kewbz

Events
Main event
Competitors
466
Registration period

Online registration opened and closed .

Registration requirements
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There is a competitor limit of 500 competitors.
The base registration fee for this competition is £35 (British Pound).
If your registration is cancelled before you will be refunded 50% of your registration fee.
Registrants on the waiting list may be accepted onto the competitor list until .
If you are a registered competitor you may change your registered events until on the Register tab.
No on the spot registrations will be accepted.
Spectators can attend paying an entry fee of £5 (British Pound).

IMPORTANT - Please Read the Below

Make sure to register and pay for the competition to be accepted. We will not accept any registrations at the competition.

Once you have been accepted you will receive a confirmation email. If registration is full by the time you pay then you will not receive this confirmation email and you will be on the waiting list. If you do not make the competitor list by the limit date for refunds (specified above), then you will be refunded 100% of your registration fee. You may contact us to ask for your current position on the waiting list.

You may register for as many events as you'd like, however please note the Qualification Requirements in the Events tab to avoid disappointment in the case that you do not qualify for some of your chosen events. The events that you do not qualify for by the qualification deadline will be removed from your registration before the competition.

Guests will only be permitted to attend by paying a £5 fee at the competition. Competitors will receive lanyards, and their guests and spectators will receive wristbands, which are to be worn throughout the weekend for security reasons. This includes parents/guardians of competitors. This fee cannot be prepaid, and must be paid at the competition. The guest box on the registration form is for informational purposes only, the fee must be paid at the competition.

If you can no longer attend, let us know as soon as possible through the contact link on the General Info page. We often have waiting lists so letting us know you cannot attend may allow us to add another person to the competition. By not telling us you may be denying someone a chance to compete.

If you have any problems check out the FAQ, or feel free to contact us.

Highlights
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Max Park won with an average of 6.01 seconds in the 3x3x3 Cube event. Tymon Kolasiński finished second (6.10) and Kevin Gerhardt finished third (6.82).

European records: Ezra Hirschi‎ 5x5x5 Blindfolded 3:30.36 (single).

Event Name Best Average Representing Solves
3x3x3 Cube Max Park 5.38 6.01 United States 5.615.385.766.716.65
2x2x2 Cube James Alonso 1.41 1.68 United Kingdom 1.411.851.771.414.13
4x4x4 Cube Max Park 20.87 22.01 United States 25.7821.9923.0320.8721.02
5x5x5 Cube Max Park 36.60 40.12 United States 41.6141.8540.4536.6038.30
6x6x6 Cube Max Park 1:07.90 1:10.40 United States 1:09.531:13.761:07.90
7x7x7 Cube Max Park 1:51.65 1:53.56 United States 1:51.651:56.701:52.33
3x3x3 Blindfolded Ben Stokes 18.72 NR 22.88 United Kingdom 26.9222.9918.72
3x3x3 One-Handed Max Park 7.86 10.06 United States 10.567.869.4510.2010.52
Clock Jacob Chambers 3.99 4.57 United Kingdom 4.635.323.994.025.07
Megaminx Kevin Gerhardt 34.54 38.22 Germany 34.8234.5439.0142.7540.83
Pyraminx Zhiyuan Li (李致远) 2.42 2.52 China 2.622.502.422.455.34
Skewb George Scholey 1.60 2.52 United Kingdom 2.102.672.783.461.60
Square-1 Rasmus Stub Detlefsen 5.76 7.70 Denmark 6.1010.037.839.185.76
4x4x4 Blindfolded Ezra Hirschi 1:47.86 DNF Switzerland 1:47.861:49.12DNF
5x5x5 Blindfolded Ezra Hirschi 3:30.36 ER DNF Switzerland DNFDNF3:30.36
3x3x3 Multi-Blind Adrian Dębski 45/48 56:45 Poland DNS45/48 56:45