Contact Information

Before contacting any of the teams on this page, please take a look at our Frequently Asked Questions!

For website questions, comments, and suggestions, use this contact form. For inquiries concerning a specific area or competition, please contact your local WCA Delegate.

Committees and Teams

WCA Board - board@worldcubeassociation.org
The World Cube Association is led by the WCA Board. They are responsible for general inquiries and the WCA organization as a whole. All official competitions need the approval of the WCA Board to be announced.
Alberto Pérez de Rada Fiol, Bob Burton, Luis J. Iáñez, Olivér Perge, Pedro Santos Guimarães, Ron van Bruchem

WCA Communication Team (WCT) - communication@worldcubeassociation.org
The WCT is in charge of overseeing and supporting communications of the WCA with the community and general public. They should be contacted if you have general questions about the WCA or their social media appearance.
Linus Frész (leader), Chenxi Shan (单晨曦), Lauren Clement, Matthew McMillan, and Thaynara Santana de Oliveira

WCA Disciplinary Committee (WDC) - wdc@worldcubeassociation.org
The WDC investigates a variety of situations and proposes solutions, including punishments when necessary. Among other topics, these situations could be serious violations of WCA Regulations or community issues. If you have experienced any of these, feel free to approach this committee.
Daniel Sheppard (leader), Claudio Gonzalez, Gregor Billing, and Lorenzo Vigani Poli

WCA Financial Committee (WFC) - finance@worldcubeassociation.org
The WFC is responsible for everything regarding finances within the WCA. They manage the finances and accounts of the WCA in accordance with an approved annual budget proposal, which is also their work to provide on a regular basis.
Chris Hardwick (leader), Chris Wright, and James Molloy

WCA Regulations Committee (WRC) - wrc@worldcubeassociation.org
The WRC handles all issues which are related to the application, the improvement and the development of the WCA Regulations. They support WCA Delegates on any kind of procedural matters happening at competitions and decide on unresolved and uncovered incidents. The WRC regularly publishes WCA internal reports to help all WCA Delegates and improve their knowledge of the Regulations. If you would like to take part in regulation development or propose changes you can reach out to the WRC by contacting them via mail or discussions on GitHub.
Laura Ohrndorf (leader), Alberto Pérez de Rada Fiol, Lucas Garron, Matthew Dickman, Oleg Gritsenko, and Philippe Virouleau

WCA Results Team (WRT) - results@worldcubeassociation.org
The WRT is responsible for managing all data in the databases of the WCA, most importantly competition results and person data. They are posting results of WCA competitions to the WCA website, once the WCA Delegate of the competition has sent them in. Apart from posting competition results, the WCA Results Team is also responsible for making corrections to competition results if necessary and they are in charge of administering all WCA profile pages. This includes for example changing user data, like dates of birth, according to verified requests and managing profile picture requests.
Sébastien Auroux (leader), Baiqiang Dong (董百强), Evan Liu, Ilya Tsiareshka, Jacob Ambrose, Luis J. Iáñez, Pedro Santos Guimarães, and Rafael Werneck de Andrade Cinoto

WCA Software Team (WST) - software@worldcubeassociation.org
The WST is responsible for the maintenance and management of all software of the WCA. They also develop new software for various tasks within the WCA whenever needed. If you have suggestions and ideas for further website development or if you would like to report errors and bugs, feel free to contact them! The WCA website is a huge open source project on GitHub, so if you are interested in helping to develop for the WCA, take a look there.
Jeremy Fleischman (leader), Baiqiang Dong (董百强), Caleb Hoover, Devin Corr-Robinett, James LaChance, Jeff Plumb, Jonatan Kłosko, Lars Petrus, Lucas Garron, Pedro Santos Guimarães, Philippe Virouleau, Sébastien Auroux, and Tim Habermaas