Cubing in Olympics

Cubing in Olympics

Abhijeet Ghodgaonkar
The Rubik’s cube was invented by Erno Rubik, a Hungarian professor in 1974. Cubing has existed for over 4 decades and has been growing for a while ...
 Multiple Cubing Events

Ways to Improve at Multiple Events Efficiently!

Arush Singh
Every cuber must have dreamt of being skilled in multiple WCA events to improve their sum of ranks, but when it comes to working on multiple events...
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Understanding Rubik’s Cube Notation For Every WCA Puzzle

Akshaansh Chilakapati
Introduction While the Rubik’s Cube is fascinating just as a toy, improving at it requires one to learn the process of ‘scrambling’. In this proces...
Separate Category for Females in Cubing

Should There Be A Separate Category for Females in Cubing?

Avani Sood
The cubing community is heavily male dominated. While I couldn’t find the official statistics, one subreddit stated there are consistently around 7...
speedcubing history

A History of Speedcubing

Pranav Prabhu
The world of cubing we have today is a large, expanding, and vibrant community present in all corners of the world. There is a central regulatory o...
My Cubing Journey - Yug Patel

My Cubing Journey - Yug Patel

Yug Patel
Hello, I am Yug Patel, a speedcuber from Gujarat, India. My main event is 3x3 and I average around 8.5 seconds. I also do 3x3 One-Handed,2x2, Squar...
Cubing Journey - Saseeth Srilok Majeti

My Cubing Journey - Saseeth Majeti

Saseeth Srilok Majeti
Hi, my name is Saseeth, a 15-year-old speedcuber studying 9th grade in Chinmaya Vidyalaya, Virugambakkam, Chennai, India. I currently average aroun...
Cubing Journey - Vrishab Venkataraghavan

My Cubing Journey - Vrishab Venkataraghavan

Vrishab Anurag Venkataraghavan
Introduction My name is Vrishab, and I’m a speedcuber from Chennai. I currently average mid-7 on 3x3x3, which is my main event. I started cubing on...

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