All of my accomplishments surrounding solving the Rubik’s Cube in as few moves as possible! In this event, competitiors are given a piece of paper and a computer-generated scramble. They are given one hour to search for and write down a solution (using an official notation) that requires as little moves as possible. To be skilled at this event takes lots of intuition and knowledge of the cube itself.
At a recent competition, I attempted the Fewest Moves Challenge three times, and obtained a mean of exactly 34 moves. In this video I go over my thought process on each of the three attempts.