World Cube Association
About the WCA
The World Cube Association governs competitions for all puzzles labelled as Rubik puzzles, and all other puzzles that are played by twisting the sides, so-called ‘twisty puzzles’. Most famous of these puzzles is the Rubik’s Cube, invented by professor Rubik from Hungary. A selection of these puzzles are chosen as official events of the WCA.
The World Cube Association organises competitions all over the world, supported by national organisations responsible for organising competitions in their countries. The goal of the World Cube Association is to have more competitions in more countries with more people and more fun, under fair and equal conditions.
The spirit of the World Cube Association is that people from all over the world have fun together in a friendly atmosphere, help each other and behave sportsmanlike.
The World Cube Association will be holding two days of speed cube solving competitions at SkillCon, Dec17-18,2016.
Saturday will be a regular competition with 2×2, 3×3, 4×4, 3x3OH, 3x3BLD, Pyraminx and Skewb. Awards for these events will be presented at the end of Saturday. Registration fee for Saturday will be $35 + $5 per event.
On Sunday, single rounds of 5×5, 6×6, 7×7, Megaminx, Clock, 4BLD, 5BLD and Multi-BLD will be held as qualifiers for US Nationals 2017. These will be a chance for currently non-qualified competitors to get a qualifying result in order to be eligible for these events at US Nationals 2017. Registration fee for Sunday will be $35 + $5 per event.
Competitors may attend one or both days. Registration fee for each day also includes admission to the rest of SkillCon for that day.
Registration at the door will cost $50 and will be limited to 3×3 speedsolve only on Saturday.
To register for this event as a competitor please visit the event organizer’s registration page.
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