Cape Town 2016 Results

The Cape Town Open 2016 speed cubing competition took place on the 4th of December 2016 at the Cape Town Science Centre, Cape Town, South Africa. Anthony Brooks won the competition with an average of 9.00 seconds. Maverick Pearson finished second with an average of 12.09, and Stephen Cotterrell finished third with an average of 12.33.

African Continental Records:
Maverick Pearson – 3×3 One-handed single (14.59)
Lonwabo Mvovo – 3×3 One-handed average (19.94)

National Records:
Lonwabo Mvovo – South African 3×3 average (11.68)
Karen Brooks – Jamaican 3×3 single (54.09)
Karen Brooks – Jamaican 2×2 single (24.27) and average (36.56)
Karen Brooks – Jamaican Pyraminx single (19.98) and average (29.42)

Full results available here.

 

Johanneburg 2016 Results

The Johannesburg 2016 speed cubing competition took place on the 27th of November 2016 at the Chabad of Strathavon, Johannesburg, South Africa. Anthony Brooks won the competition with an average of 9.13 seconds. Zaakir Hagee finished second with an average of 13.66, and Cameron Blumenow finished third with an average of 13.83.

African Continental Records:
Ruben Grobler – Pyraminx single (2.58)

National Records:
Justin Zhang – South African 3×3 average (12.03)
Milind Bhoyroo – Mauritian 3×3 single (31.43) and average (37.56)
Milind Bhoyroo – Mauritian 2×2 single (14.03) and average (19.05)
Karen Brooks – Jamaican 3×3 single (1:06.50) and average (1:11.86)
Karen Brooks – Jamaican 3×3 single (47.52) and average (1:05.63)
Karen Brooks – Jamaican Pyraminx single (25.08) and average (38.80)
Golo Mühr – Namibian 3×3 single (23.40) and average (27.72)
Golo Mühr – Namibian 3×3 One-handed single (1:10.88) and average (1:14.11)

Full results available here.

 

Johannesburg Open 2016 Results

The Johannesburg Open 2016 speed cubing competition took place on the 19th of June 2016 at the Chabad of Strathavon, Johannesburg, South Africa. Zaakir Hagee won the competition with an average of 12.86 seconds. Victor Asiwe finished second with an average of 16.17, and Cameron Blumenow finished third with an average of 16.46.

African Continental Records:
Zakir Hagee – 2×2 average (3.30)
Victor Asiwe – 3×3 One-handed average (20.80)

National Records:
Victor Asiwe – Nigerian 2×2 average (3.38)
Victor Asiwe – Nigerian pyraminx average (9.75)

Full results available here.

 

Big ‘n Weird Pretoria 2016 Results

The Big ‘n Weird Pretoria 2016 speed cubing competition took place on the 13th of February 2016 at the Sci-Enza Centre at the University of Pretoria, South Africa. Zaakir Hagee won the competition with an average of 12.92 seconds. Logan Woolfson finished second with an average of 14.19, and Pieterjan Joubert finished third with an average of 15.81. This competition was the first in Africa to host 3×3 with feet, 3×3 fewest moves, Square-1 and 7×7.

African Continental Records:
Brendan Gray – 3×3 Fewest Moves Single (32 moves)
Brendan Gray – 3×3 Fewest Moves Average (38.67 moves)
Pieterjan Joubert – 6×6 Single (2:43.40)
Pieterjan Joubert – 6×6 Average (3:01.77)
Pieterjan Joubert – 7×7 Single (4:20.66)
Pieterjan Joubert – 7×7 Average (4:44.25)

Full results available here.