The World Rubik's Cube
Championship 2007

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  The 4th World Rubik's Cube Championship took place on October 5-7 in Budapest, Hungary. Budapest also hosted the World Rubik's Cube Championship in 1982, so this world championship was the 25th anniversary.

Hundreds of participants from 32 countries arrived to compete. Yu Nakajima from Japan won the main Rubik's Cube competition with an average in the final of 12.46 seconds. Andrew Kang from US finished second (13.05) and Mitsuki Gunji from Japan finished third (13.05). The current world record of 9.86 seconds still remains unbroken. Other competitions of the official program included solving blindfolded, one-handed, with feet, in fewest moves and many more. In some of them new world records have been set.

World Rubik's Cube Championship 2007 is an official competition of the World Cube Association. For more information on the Championship, please visit the
WRCC 2007 website. Results of the Championship can be found at the official WCA World Rankings.
Sources: World Cube Association  |  World Rubik's Cube Championship 2007
Modified: October 30, 2007  |  Posted: October 21, 2007

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