Speedcubing

My official stats

Click here to go to the official World Cube Association Website to view all my current stats.
For the standard Rubik’s Cube (3x3x3) it is the following:
Single solve: 31.80 Seconds
AVG of 5 solves: 34.61 Seconds

My current unofficial stats

(unofficial means not during a competition)
Single Solve: 22.16 Seconds (set on 28.01.2011) [Watch former record of 27.63 Secs here]
Average of 5: 29.28 Seconds (set on 28.01.2011)
Average of 12: 30.36 Seconds (set on 25.02.2011)

Progression of my Rubik’s Cube solving times

This only shows the timeframe from February 2009 to August 2010. I will update it at some point.
Progression of mz Rubikäs Cube solving times
Unfortunately this graph somehow suggests that I won’t get any faster… but I will try anyway! Average under 30 seconds would be fantastic…

History

I started to get interested in the Rubik’s Cube at Christmas 2008 when my uncle gave me one as a present.
I was quite fascinated by the fact that it is possible to solve the cube in less than 10 seconds (Have a look at Feliks Zemdegs’ world record).

In order to get faster I watched tons of youtube tutorials and browsed loads of cubing websites:

Often people ask “How much do you practice?”

It’s hard to answer. If I had to estimate how many hours I spent with cubing between Christmas 2008 and November 2010, I’d probably guess about 300 hours. That is roughly half an hour per day – Most of the time I do it on the way to work and back.

Rolling Average of 5: 32.18 Seconds

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