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.
There are 9 events available for each cuber to participate in this competition:
- Rubik’s Cube
- 4x4x4 Cube
- 5x5x5 Cube
- 2x2x2 Cube
- Rubik’s Cube: Blindfolded
- Rubik’s Cube: One-handed
- Rubik’s Cube: Fewest Moves
Results will be ranked through average of 5 (average of the times after the best and worst times are removed)