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Posted on April 29, 2014


The Toronto Open Spring 2014 competition took place this past Saturday in Toronto. Eric Limeback won the competition with an average of 9.76 seconds. Antoine Cantin finished second with an average of 9.84 and Thompson Clarke finished third at 10.20.

Antoine Cantin set the World Record for 3x3 one-handed with an average of 12.56 during the first round. He also set the National Record for one-handed single solve in the same round at 10.63 seconds. He finished by setting the National Record for Skewb with an average of 7.07 seconds.

For full results of the competition, click here.

Posted on March 17, 2014


The Montréal Open 2014 competition took place on Saturday in Quebec. We had well over 60 competitors show up, with almost half being first time competitors.

Antoine Cantin won the competition with an average of 10.21 seconds in the final round of 3x3x3. Louis Cormier finished second at 10.85 and Emily Wang finished third averaging 11.23.

Louis Cormier set the NAR for Megaminx single at 43.84 seconds. Antoine Cantin set the NR for 3x3x3 average at 8.79 seconds. Julian David set the NR for Pyraminx single and average at 2.77 and 4.04 respectively. And finally, Emily Wang set the NR for 6x6x6 single and average with times of 2:02.41 and 2:06.37 respectively.

Congratulations to all record breakers and winners from the competition. Special thanks to the competitors that travelled far and wide to attend, and to those that jumped in and helped judge and scramble to make the day run smoother. Special thanks to Chantal Cormier for her role in organizing the competition.

Posted on March 4, 2014


The Vancouver Open Winter 2014 competition took place this past weekend in Vancouver, BC. Jacob Hutnyk won the competition with an average of 11.73 seconds. Ben Yu finished second (11.87) and Ibrahim Vajgel-Shedid finished third (12.67).

Jacob Hutnyk set the National Record for 4x4x4 average with a time of 33.60 seconds. Kristopher De Asis set the single and average for Skewb at 5.06 and 7.67, respectively.

For full results of the competition, click here.

Posted on November 26, 2013


The Atlantic Open 2013 competition took place this past weekend just outside of Saint John, NB. We had around 30 competitors making this competition almost three times as large as the last eastern Canada competition. Louis Cormier won his first competition there, coming in first place in the 3x3x3 event with an average of 9.82 seconds. Antoine Cantin finished second averaging 11.30 seconds, and David Hoar finished third at 11.88 seconds.

Antoine set a North American Record (NAR) in the One Handed event with an astonishing 12.99 second average, putting him second in the world. He also set two National Records for Pyraminx single and average. While Louis Cormier also set a NAR in the megaminx with a best time of 44.80 seconds.

We'd like to thank everyone that made it out to the competition. Many people travelled far distances in an effort to share in the day together. We had a lot of fun meeting many new additions to the vast community we have here in Canada. And an extra special thank you goes out to the entire Stairs family who were instrumental in making the competition go smoothly. We look forward to many more eastern Canada competitions to come.

For full results of the competition, click here.

Posted on October 2, 2013


Bill Wang won the Battle of Waterloo 2013 with an average of 9.00 seconds, setting a National Record, in the 3x3x3 final. Anthony Brooks finished second with a 9.59 average and Eric Limeback finished third at 10.05. Bill Wang also set the National Record for 3x3x3 Single at 6.66 seconds, as well as the 2x2x2 average at 2.40 seconds. Antoine Cantin set the NR for both Clock single and average at 7.83 and 9.15 respectively. And finally, Eric Limeback set the NR for Multiple Cube Blindfolded completing 15/15 in 58:22.

For full results of the competition, click here.

Posted on August 14, 2013


The Vancouver Open, Summer 2013 competition took place earlier this month in Vancouver, Canada.   Almost 60 competitors came out just one week after the World Championship.  Kevin Hays won the competition with an average of 9.92 seconds in the final round of the 3x3x3 event.  Jacob Hutnyk came second with an average of 11.32 and Ibrahim Vajgel-Shedid finished third with a 11.83 average.   Kevin Hays also set the World Record in the 6x6x6 event for both single and average at 1:40.86 and 1:51.30 respectively.  Congratulations to Kevin!

Thanks to everyone that came out to the competition, and thank you to the volunteers that helped to make the day a success.   For the full results of the competition, click here.