The period of validity is until March 31st, 2021.Follow-up adjustments based on the situation during COVID-19.
2. From now on, the operating fee will be adjusted to ¥2 x limited number of competitor x the number of competition days.
Limited number of competitor depends on the actual number on each competition page.
The number of competition days depends on the actual number of days of the competition. Less than one day is counted as one day.
Dear WCA Community,
With the close of 2020 drawing near, we would like to share the success of our organization and cubing over the past year, despite the obstacles of the year. The annual number of competitions reached its lowest since 2010 and although the WCAT announced over 480 competitions, over 240 competitions were cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite this, we would like to thank the cubing community for their support over the year, even without the presence of competitions in many parts of the world. There were still many organizational advances for us that would not have been accomplished without dedicated Staff and community members who dedicate their time to cubing beyond competitions.
Because of the ongoing global COVID-19 pandemic, the WCA Board and the core organization team have decided to postpone the WCA World Championship to December 28-31, 2021.
We believe that the chances of carrying out the World Championship in July are decreasing. There is a good chance that in July at least some global restrictions caused by the pandemic will still be in force. A Championship in December 2021 means a postponement of 5 months. These months could be very crucial as far as the pandemic is concerned, and would make it much more likely that we can have a Championship in its own right.
We are sorry to inform you that the following competitions have been cancelled due to the coronavirus outbreak.
All paid fees will be 100% refunded. Competitors who have cancelled their registration will received another 50% refund too. Please wait in patient for the refund. If you had any questions, please contact the organizers and/or delegates.
Ruihang Xu (许瑞航) won the Nanchang Good Afternoon 2021 with an average of 6.75 seconds. Lukas Shelley finished second (7.87 seconds) and Kaijun Lin (林恺俊) finished third (8.05 seconds).
Full results are on the Cubing China page.
China records: Ruihang Xu (许瑞航) 3x3x3 Cube 6.21 seconds (average).
Denmark records: Lukas Shelley 3x3x3 Cube 6.53 seconds (average).