New Zealand Nationals 2020
- Dec 11 - 13, 2020
- Nelson, New Zealand
- 7 Paru Paru Road, Nelson 7010, New Zealand
- New Zealand Nationals 2020 website
- Joshua Brungar
- WCA Delegates
- Alex Asbery and Luke Heath-Edwards
- Download all the competition's details as PDF .
New Zealand Nationals 2020 is an official World Cube Association (WCA) sanctioned speedcubing competition. Speedcubing is solving the 3x3x3 Cube or other similar puzzles as quickly as possible. The competition is open to all competitors regardless of experience and skill, but certain event-based time limits will be in place so as to make sure we can stay on schedule and get through the days on time. No prior experience in WCA competitions is necessary, but competitors should be familiar with the WCA regulations.
In addition, New Zealand Nationals 2020 will crown the National Champions in all 17 official events, over the course of 3 days.
- Main event
- Registration period
Online registration opened and closed .
- Registration requirements
This competition is over, click here to display the registration requirements it used.Register for this competition here.
There is a competitor limit of 120 competitors.
The base registration fee for this competition is $40 (New Zealand Dollar).
If your registration is cancelled before you will be refunded 50% of your registration fee.
No on the spot registrations will be accepted.
Payment is made via the external website with two options to pay, either bank transfer or Paypal.
If registration fills up, a waiting list will be created. The last date to make it off the waiting list would be 24 hours before the competition begins with the conditions being that a spot opens up (someone else pulls out) and payment is completed.
Competitors may make changes to their registered events up until the end of registration.
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Lucas O'Connell won with an average of 8.61 seconds in the 3x3x3 Cube event. Jasper Murray finished second (8.89) and Ben Kirby finished third (9.17).
Oceanian records: Dwyane Ramos Skewb 2.40 (average).