CUBING CLASSIC 2017
Solving the Rubik’s Cube as fast as possible has become a highly competitive sport known as “speedcubing”. Invented in 1974 and popularised in the 1980’s, the Rubik’s Cube immediately became the world’s most popular toy. Since the regeneration of speedcubing in 2003, over 60,000 people have competed in more than 2500 competitions around the world to see who can solve the cube in the fastest time.
Come by to see the some of the world’s fastest speedcubers in action at the Arnold Classic Australia, competing in the World Cube Association sanctioned Cubing Classic 2017! You will see competitors solve: a Rubik’s Cube with one handed, while blindfolded, and various twisty puzzles such as the 6×6, 7×7, Pyraminx and Megaminx. Timing equipment from Speed Stacks will be used and WCA regulations will be adhered to with a WCA delegate present.