As you might have read from my previous post, the speedcubing community has been able to maintain the competitive cubing spirit by introducing the Cubing at Home competitions. The first of these competitions, Cubing at Home I, took place on March 28, 2020. Four more of these competitions took place, and these five competitions made up the Cubing at Home Pre-season.
After Cubing at Home V, CubingUSA, the organizers behind these online competitions, introduced the first season of Cubing at Home. There would be five competitions taking place between June 28 and August 8, called Cubing at Home 1.1, Cubing at Home 1.2, et cetera. They’ve set up a leaderboard system, where you are awarded a specific number of points depending on how you perform at each of the competitions of season 1. Rubik’s will be giving away a total of $5000 in cash to the top 12 people on the leaderboard!
As I write this post, the first three seasonal competitions, 1.1, 1.2, and 1.3, have already taken place. Currently, I am fifth place on the seasonal leaderboard! I am extremely proud of how much I’ve been able to accomplish thus far. I strive to perform really well on August 1st and August 8th, the dates for the final two seasonal competitions.