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.
Unfortunately this graph somehow suggests that I won’t get any faster… but I will try anyway! Average under 30 seconds would be fantastic…
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.