Beijing Open 2018

Apr 30 - May 1, 2018
Beijing, China

Wanfangyuan Hotel Beijing

No. 4, South Third Ring Road West

Banquet Hall 7F

Beijing Open 2018 website

BJ Cube Team

WCA Delegates
Baiqiang Dong (董百强), Chris Krueger, Danyang Chen (陈丹阳), and Fangyuan Chang (常方圆)

IMPORTANT: The competition venue has changed

Please check the competition website for more information.

Main event
Registration requirements
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There is a competitor limit of 500 competitors.
The base registration fee for this competition is ¥80 (Chinese Renminbi Yuan).

The registration period is divided in two phase. The first phase starts at 20:00 on Mar. 19th and ends at 23:59:59 on Apr. 5th, while the second phase starts at 00:00 on Apr. 5th and ends at 22:00 on Apr. 22nd. The registration fee comprisebasic entry fee and additional fee per event. The 2nd-phased registrant needs to pay the fee 0.5 time more than the early bird in the 1st phase of registration.

The limitation is 500 participants, based on a first-come-first-serve rule. For Chinese domestic participants, a completed registration is online registration plus prepaid registration fee. For oversea participants, if you can't pay the fee online via Alipay, pls contact the delegate. Then we will make a reservation for you by manually accepting your registration and you can pay the fee by cash at the venue. Please check the competition website for registration and the other information.

If you would like to cancel your registration, pls go through the registration page to do it by yourself and you will get 50% refund of the registration fee. Please keep in mind that, once you cancel the registraton, you are not able to attend the competition any more. The ending of the registration cancellation is at 00:00 on Apr. 19th.

Click here to display the highlights of the competition.

Sheng Cao (曹晟) won with an average of 9.17 seconds in the 3x3x3 Cube event. Jiekang Pan (潘杰康) finished second (9.25) and Jimeng Guo (郭冀蒙) finished third (9.96).

World records: Baiqiang Dong (董百强)‎ 3x3x3 Fewest Moves 19 (single).

Asian records: Jiachen Xu (徐嘉辰)‎ Pyraminx 2.32 (average).

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