The second page containing all of my accomplishments surrounding solving the classic 3×3 Rubik’s Cube!
I managed to make the final round of the seventh Cubing at Home competition, called Cubing at Home 1.2. During the finals, which was broadcasted live, I got a 5.00 second solve!
I solve the 3×3 in 4.91 seconds, where I turned at a rate of 11.41 turns per second!
My first sub-6-second average caught on camera! If this were to happen in competition, I would be 2nd in the entire continent!
Another sub-6 average I managed to catch on camera. Although this wasn’t quite as fast as my previous sub-6 average, I was still very thrilled to achieve it.
Another sub-6 3×3 average I got recently! There was nothing particularly special about this one, but I’m just happy to have another one on record.
Here’s a sub-6 average I got recently on a new flagship 3×3. I also got a sub-5 single of 4.75!
I decided to revisit an older cube (from 2019) and I managed to get some really nice times on it, primarily a sub-6 average of 5.90!
I recently managed to break my personal best for a 3×3 average of 5. The average was 5.45, which is faster than the world record in competition! I wasn’t recording when I got the average, so I decided that the next best thing would be to make a video explaining my solutions to all of the solves in the average.
This was done at Idaho Summer B 2021, my first competition since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic! I was so excited to get back to competing again, and I managed to get a solid sub-6 3×3 solve.
At BC Cubing Comeback A 2021, the first Canadian competition since early 2020, I managed to tie my previous personal best single of 5.08 from 2019! This solve was technically a little faster if you consider milliseconds (5.081 vs 5.086).
At a recent competition in Salt Lake City, Utah, I did very consistently in 3×3 with sub-7 averages in both rounds! Unfortunately, neither of these are a personal record for me, but I am hoping to break it soon!
At SacCubing X 2021, my first ever competition in California, I broke a new Pacific Northwest Record for 3×3 single with a time of 4.66! This is the first sub-5 set by someone in the region, and ranks me 15th in the world and 6th in North America at the time of writing this!
Also at SacCubing X 2021, I broke my personal record 3×3 average, lowering it from 6.73 to 6.61! This currently ranks me 31st in the world and 1st in Washington!
At a competition in Spokane, Washington, I broke my personal record 3×3 average, lowering it from 6.61 to 6.48 seconds! This is a new Washington State record, and raised my world ranking from 37th to 27th.
Wow! At a recent competition in Portland, Oregon, I got a North American Record solve in the 3×3 Rubik’s Cube! Since 3×3 is the most popular event, it is often considered to be the event that is most difficult to break records in. I am so, so ecstatic about this solve, and I firmly believe there is nothing I could’ve done to have made it even better. More on my thoughts about this solve can be found here.
QiYi, a cube manufacturer based in China, recently gave me the opportunity to test a prototype of their currently unreleased flagship! I used it at my most recent competition and broke my personal record for 3×3 average!
A decent result from a recent competition near Los Angeles, California!
This is simply an amazing solve for me. I am now 3rd in the world for the fastest Rubik’s Cube solve!!
This result from a recent Tacoma competition brings me back to 1st in Washington State!
Some bonus consistent results from a recent Tacoma competition. I used a prototype product that isn’t released to the public yet.
A pretty nice solve from the European Championship in Copenhagen!
Very consistent results that I’m pleased with from some recent European competitions.
I consider this my best official 3×3 solving ever because of the circumstances/underlying pressure. I knew that I was solving in the head-to-head final of the second biggest competition in Europe ever, with hundreds of spectators watching. Despite all this, I was somehow able to pull off an incredibly consistent average, securing my spot on the “world record podium,” which is essentially the fastest top-3 in the history of competitions.
A really solid performance from a recent competition in Norway. This is currently my second best average ever.