Perth Late Night 2020

Aug 9, 2020
Perth, Western Australia, Australia

Leederville Town Hall

84 Cambridge Street, West Leederville 6014

Speedcubing Australia

Charlie van Ooran, Melanie Charlesworth, Speedcubing Australia, and Zak Kenny
WCA Delegates
Charlie van Ooran and Zak Kenny
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There is limited (paid) parking around the venue, however the first 30 people to arrive will be able to receive a free parking permit for the day.

The delegates/organiser of the compeition will not allow anyone to enter the venue if they are showing signs of illness and are not responsible for any illness you may contract from the competition.

Please take the time to read all the FAQ tabs, even if you have previously competed before, as there may be some restrictions that you may be unaware of. We would further like to emphasise that there is strictly a limit of one spectator per competitor.

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Main event
Registration period

Online registration opened and closed .

Registration requirements
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Register for this competition here.
There is a competitor limit of 60 competitors.
The base registration fee for this competition is $15 (Australian Dollar).
If your registration is cancelled before you will be refunded 100% of your registration fee.
No on the spot registrations will be accepted.


Upon registering you will receive an email stating “Your registration for Perth Late Night 2020 is submitted and pending approval”. This does NOT mean that you are on the registration list. Competitors will not be approved until payment has been made.

Please ensure you have paid the registration fees via Stripe on the register page. Your registration will not be processed until you have paid the registration fees. Email the organisation team at if you encounter an issue.

Waiting List:

Once the competitor limit has filled, the waiting list will be opened. New registrations will be added to a waitlist and sorted in the order of payment. Waitlisted competitors will only be accepted provided one of the accepted competitors withdraws from the competition. All competitors still on the waiting list after 6th August will be removed and provided with a full refund. You may enquire about your position on the waiting list by emailing the organisation team at

Deleting Registration/Refunds:

If you can no longer make the competition you may request a refund. To receive a full refund you must email the organisational team at by 6th August. Refunds will not be issued after this date for any reason. Withdrawing enables competitors on the waiting list to attend the competition.

Changing Events:

You may change the events you are registered for by emailing by 6th August. After this date it is no longer possible to add events. It is also acceptable to not show up for any event you do not wish to compete in.

Click here to display the highlights of the competition.

Lachlan Stephens won with an average of 9.06 seconds in the 3x3x3 Cube event. Jonathan Charlesworth finished second (9.12) and Zak Kenny finished third (9.89).

Event Name Best Average Representing Solves
3x3x3 Cube Lachlan Stephens 8.48 9.06 Australia 8.929.768.488.639.63
2x2x2 Cube Jonathan Charlesworth 1.81 2.09 Australia 1.812.011.992.284.60
4x4x4 Cube Marquez Phan 28.46 34.33 Australia 34.8231.8236.3528.4637.81
5x5x5 Cube Jonathan Charlesworth 1:01.67 1:06.15 Australia 1:09.231:03.211:01.671:06.961:08.29
3x3x3 Blindfolded Oscar Wong Jing Yee (王敬宇) 1:44.50 DNF Malaysia DNF1:44.50DNF
Megaminx James Holdsworth 55.12 57.62 Australia 56.641:08.5257.6255.1258.60
Skewb Jonathan Charlesworth 3.40 3.61 Australia 4.033.693.593.403.56

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. How can I change my events?
You must make any change to your registered events by 6th August. Send an email to detailing your event changes.

Q. What time should I arrive at the competition?
You should arrive for registration at 12PM on Sunday the 9th of August. Further you should be at the venue ready to compete 30 minutes before you are scheduled. Please note the schedule is subject to change on the day

Q. How old do I have to be to compete?
Anyone can compete at any age! We encourage anyone considering to compete to register as it will be a great experience regardless of age.

Q. How fast do I have to be to compete?
To compete you only need to know how to solve the cube! Please check the events tab for information in time limits for each event

Q. What do I need to know before the competition day?
Before attending you should have read and understood the WCA regulations. We also recommend that you watch this helpful competitor guide and read this competition tutorial You should also know when your events are scheduled throughout the day.

Q. How do I find out if I've progressed to the second round?
Times will be uploaded through the day. Please allow up to an hour from finishing your solves to them being uploaded. After all the times of a round has been entered, you can see if you are in the following round.

Q. Who can I ask for help on the day?
Your Delegates for this competition are Charlie Van Ooran and Zak Kenny. Feel free to approach us with any questions!

Q. Can I help on the day?
Of course! Throughout the day we will need judges and runners so please see our Delegates and Organisers to ask how you can best assist.


Q. Will there be an attendee limit at this competition?
Yes, in order to comply with state laws regarding COVID restrictions, there is a limit of one guest per competitor.

Q. Will hand sanitiser and face masks be provided at the competition?
Yes. Upon entering the venue there will be a personal hygiene station equipt with a supply of hand sanitiser and face masks.

Q. Do I have to wear a face mask?
No, wearing face masks is not mandatory. However, it is recommended by delegates inline with the World Cube Association Competition Safety Policy in order to limit the potential spread of the virus.

Q. Can I bring my own face mask and/or hand sanitiser?
Yes, it is recommended that you bring your own face mask and hand sanitiser bottle. However, these will still be provided at the venue for attendee use.

Q. Will there be social distancing at the competition?
Yes. Attendees will be instructed to keep at least 1m (3ft) apart. There will also be a limit of one competitor and one judge per table who will be instructed to stay 1m apart, unless closer proximity is required by the regulations (e.g. for the judge to lift the cube cover for an attempt). Runners will also need to maintain social distancing unless required to place a cube on a solving station. The competition will use fixed solving stations meaning no competitor waiting area will be required.
Please contact Speedcubing Australia if you have any further questions.

Q. Will the scramblers be putting slippery hand sanitiser on my cubes?
Nope! Before handing in your cubes for each round you will be required to spray your cube with a light spray of disinfectant, which should dry quickly before you even hand your cube in. This will help stop the potential spread of the virus while avoiding slippery cubes due to other sanitisation methods.

Q. Can I still borrow other peoples' cubes?
No. In order to stop the potential spread of the virus, competitors and attendees will not be allowed to borrow other peoples' cubes.
Please make sure your cubes are legal for competition, especially for events such as 3x3 blindfolded (no logos!). All of the information regarding cube legality can be found in the WCA Regulations. If you are unsure about this please don't hesitate to contact Speedcubing Australia with any questions.

Q. Where can I ask other questions?
We can be reached at

Live results will be provided through WCA Live! It may take up to an hour between times being set and them appearing online.

Time limit

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.

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