Bay Area Speedcubin' 39 2022

Nov 5, 2022
San Jose, California, United States

Andrew P. Hill High School

3200 Senter Road



BASC 39 Organizers

Antonio Kam Ho Tung (甘浩東), Nir Marcovitz, and Nolan Yiu
WCA Delegates
Antonio Kam Ho Tung (甘浩東), Calvin Nielson, Chris Martin, Mitchell Lane, and Ryan Jew
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BASC is proud to host a competition in San Jose again! Join us at Andrew P. Hill High School for a jam-packed day of speedcubin'.

Competitors are limited to ONE guest.

Main event
Registration period

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There is a competitor limit of 200 competitors.
The base registration fee for this competition is $30 (United States Dollar).
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Adding/Dropping Events
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- Competitors may not add events after registration closes.
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Guest Limit
- Make sure to sign up with either 0 or 1 guests or you will not be accepted to the competition.

Click here to display the highlights of the competition.

Matty Hiroto Inaba won with an average of 5.67 seconds in the 3x3x3 Cube event. Heidi Chan finished second (7.16) and Danny Sungin Park finished third (7.44).

3x3x3 Cube

# Name Best Average Citizen of Solves
1 Matty Hiroto Inaba 4.36 5.67 United States 4.365.825.246.895.96
2 Heidi Chan 6.05 7.16 United States 7.236.7910.356.057.47
3 Danny Sungin Park 5.39 7.44 United States 7.085.398.846.419.82

2x2x2 Cube

# Name Best Average Citizen of Solves
1 Cameron Miller 1.37 1.83 United States 2.241.372.591.781.47
2 Danny Sungin Park 1.86 2.30 United States 1.873.132.081.862.96
3 Varun Mohanraj 1.49 2.33 United States 1.49DNF3.441.601.95

5x5x5 Cube

# Name Best Average Citizen of Solves
1 Matty Hiroto Inaba 43.97 45.53 United States 43.9745.8945.2645.4449.66
2 Varun Mohanraj 44.96 50.00 United States 44.9650.5351.4148.0752.81
3 Danny Sungin Park 50.73 54.99 United States 59.4052.681:00.9752.9050.73


# Name Best Average Citizen of Solves
1 Evan Millsap 5.51 5.89 United States 5.685.516.285.71DNF
2 Abhimanyu Singhal 6.85 7.26 United States 6.956.857.879.756.96
3 Nicolas Harper 7.79 9.01 United States 9.6411.267.987.799.41


# Name Best Average Citizen of Solves
1 Cameron Miller 6.88 7.89 United States 6.888.217.2410.128.22
2 Nolan Yiu 8.03 9.66 United States 8.829.9110.258.0314.14
3 Calvin Nielson 7.46 9.84 United States 10.6810.368.7210.437.46
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