Canada's official speedcubing organization

Posted on July 8, 2013

The fourth biennial Canadian Open was held this past weekend at the University of Toronto, which saw 120 competitors attend.   Harris Chan came out on top in the 3x3x3 final with an average of 9.07 seconds, maintaining his title as Canada's champion in every Canadian Open ever held.  A truly remarkable feat.  Bill Wang, having not competed in almost a year, finished in second place with a 9.66 average.  And rounding out the top three was Louis Cormier with an average of 10.22 seconds.

The event saw a number of records broken.  We had 7 different National Records set.  They were:

We also had three North American records set as well.  They were:

All competitors received a gift pack that contained a canadianCUBING backpack, Canadian Open t-shirt, Rubik's Pen, Rubik's stress ball, Canadian Open pin, canadianCUBING water bottle, and Rubik's lanyard.

Congratulations to all the winners.  Thank you to everyone that attended the competition, and a huge thank you to everyone that helped out in some shape or form to make the events run smoothly and on time.

Posted on May 21, 2013

NCR2013 happened this past weekend in Rockland, Ontario. Jonathan Tan Wei Xiat won the competition with an average of 9.77 seconds in the final round of 3x3x3. Louis Cormier was second at 10.28 and Thompson Clarke finished third at 10.46.

Find the full results of the competition here.

Up next is the Canadian Open 2013 which will be held on July 6-7. Full information will be announced by the end of the week.

Posted on April 18, 2013

The Vancouver Open, Summer 2013 speedcubing competition will take place in Vancouver, British Columbia on August 3rd, 2013. This is the weekend immediately following the World Championships. This is a great opportunity for any visitors to North America for Worlds to take in another WCA competition in a beautiful city. For full information, click here.

Posted on March 28, 2013

Rowe Hessler won the Montreal Open 2013 with an average of 9.53 seconds. Justin Jaffray finished second (10.24) and Louis Cormier finished third (11.07).

There was a number of records set at the competition. Emily Wang set the National Record for 5x5x5 average at 1:11.55. Emily wasn't done there, setting the North American record for Megaminx with an average of 54.96. Antoine Cantin added to his NR collection setting new records for One Handed Single (11.75) and One Handed Average (16.10). And finally, Julian David became the first Canadian to successfully solve a 5x5x5 Blindfolded, with a time of 18:10.

Stay tuned for more competitions coming up, including Toronto, Ottawa and an announcement about The Canadian Open 2013.

Posted on February 17, 2013

Harris Chan won the Toronto Open, Winter 2013 with an average of 9.62 seconds. Antoine Cantin finished second (10.15) setting a new National Record for single solve at 7.16 seconds. And Emily Wang finished third (10.15).

We had a record turnout for a competition in Canada with over 115 competitors. Many thanks to everyone that came out to help make us finish on time, in spite of being off schedule early in the day. Our next competition is on March 23, 2013 in Montreal, Quebec, for the Montreal Open 2013. Stay tuned for more competitions coming up.

Posted on February 4, 2013

Kristopher De Asis won the Vancouver Open, Winter 2013 with an average of 11.46 seconds. Ibrahim Vajgel-Shedid finished second (11.63) and Jacob Hutnyk finished third (12.75).