All of my accomplishments surrounding the 6×6 Rubik’s Cube!
In a competition, you would solve the 2×2, 3×3, 4×4, and 5×5 five times, but for 6×6 and 7×7, you would only solve them thrice. I solved the 6×6 three times, and the mean of these three solves was 1:56.68. I placed third for the 6×6 Cube at this competition!
At a recent competition in Surrey, BC, I solved the 6×6 three times and obtained a mean of 1:47.58. I was able to beat my previous best of 1:47.64 by the smallest margin, which was quite relieving to find out.
Thanks to my sponsor, TheCubicle, I was able to test the newest model of the 6×6 cube. I was able to get a bunch of personal bests during home practice, including a 1:34.54 single solve, and a 1:42.76 mean of three solves! None of these took place in competition, however.
I was able to destroy my previous personal bests in the 6×6 Cube at a recent competition in Ellensburg! My mean went from 1:47.58 to 1:40.30, and my single went from 1:38.34 to 1:32.39.
Some new PRs in 6×6 from the North American Championship. The 1:28.50 is my first sub-1:30 and a new state record! It feels great to have finally updated my personal records after almost two and a half years.
A new personal record for 6×6 mean, an improvement by almost 7 whole seconds! This is also a new state record and places me 19th in the world and 6th in the USA.
A new PR in 6×6 single. It’s only a 0.23 second improvement from my previous record, but it is a new WA state record!
Double PRs in 6×6 from an event in Bothell. It was great to break the sub-1:25 barrier for the first time!
Some steady improvement from my previous 6×6 PRs. These are new state records, and my world ranking is now in the teens!
A marginal improvement in my 6×6 PR which brings me up to 5th in the USA!
A major improvement from my previous 6×6 PR of 1:24.25 which now places me 5th in the USA for 6×6 solving!