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.
Some solid sub-6 second solving from a recent practice session.
A new personal record for 3×3 average that places me 22nd in the world, 9th in the USA, and 1st in Washington State!
This solve marked my 50th time getting a 5-second solve in competition! Hopefully, I can get a 5-second average of 5 in the future 🙂
A pretty good average from a local event in Snohomish County.
My second best ever official average as of October 2022! I’m getting closer and closer to breaking the sub-6 barrier 😁
My fifth sub-5 officially, and my third best solve ever! I’m especially excited to have gotten this solve at my 100th competition!
This average ties my previous personal record to the centisecond, so technically, it isn’t even a new record. Either way, I’m really happy with this result, and I’m excited to break the sub-6 second barrier in the near future.
A decent 3×3 solve that unfortunately had lots of wasted potential.
Getting one step closer to breaking the sub-6 barrier on the Rubik’s Cube once and for all!
Another checkpoint in my road to sub-6 on 3×3. I’m especially proud of this PR because it was very consistent; my worst solve across all five attempts was 6.31 seconds!
While practicing on the day of a recent competition in Richmond, BC, I managed to break my all-time unofficial record for 3×3 average, just shy of the sub-5 barrier! If I were to get this officially, it would place me third in the world!