There is a competitors limit of 120 people.
At a certain point we'll send an email to confirm your participation; competitors who don't confirm within the date specified in that email will be deleted.
Remember to check your inbox 1-2 weeks before the competiton.
|Rubik's Cube||Paolo Moriello||8.05||9.00||Italy||8.86||9.55||8.05||9.37||8.78|
|2x2x2 Cube||Lorenzo Mauro||1.90||2.21||NR||Italy||3.23||1.90||1.91||2.06||2.65|
|4x4x4 Cube||Paolo Moriello||36.77||39.84||Italy||36.77||48.63||41.55||41.07||36.89|
|3x3x3 Blindfolded||Sebastiano Tronto||26.38||DNF||Italy||32.04||26.38||DNF|
|3x3x3 With Feet||Marco Rota||58.91||1:01.22||Italy||1:01.53||58.91||1:03.22|
|Start Hour||End Hour||Event||Round||Format||Cut Off||Time Limit||Competitors|
|09:00||11:00||Feet (Side event)||Final||Bo1/Mo3||04:00||07:00|
|14:30||15:30||3x3x3 BLD||Final||Mo3||13m cum.|
Starting hours are just indicative.
CH4 Sporting Club,
Via Trofarello 10, 10127 Torino
In the gymnastics gym
How to reach the venue:
There are three important train stations: Torino Porta Nuova, Torino Porta Susa and Torino Lingotto. If you arrive in Torino Lingotto, the station is very close to the venue, you can walk there (max 10 min.). If you arrive in Torino Porta Nuova or Torino Porta Susa, you can use another train to reach Torino Lingotto or the undergound to reach the venue. If you use train, you can check the departures on Trenitalia.com (www.trenitalia.com/tcom-en). If you use the underground, see below.
Take the undergound (there is only one metro line, it's impossible to take wrong one) and go to Lingotto (this station is different from the train station). Once arrived there, you can walk to the venue (max 20 min.), or take the bus n.18, direction Caio Mario, and get off at Trofarello.
Registration fee is 10€.
You can pay cash at the venue.
We will use the registration fees to cover the equipment costs and the rent of the venue.
The competition is officially recognized by the World Cube Association, therefore competitors are required to know the WCA regulations.
All the competitors must be available to help during the competition. This means that if required, they'll have to act as judges or scramblers.
During the competition competitors will be divided into groups.