Boston University Winter 2019


Date
Jan 12 - 13, 2019
City
Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Venue

Boston University

Address
1 University Rd, Boston, MA 02215
Details

In the big gym on the first floor of the BU Student Activities Office building.

Contact

BU Winter 2019 Organizers

Organizers
James Quinn and Jonas Rajagopal
WCA Delegates
JP Bulman and Matthew McMillan
Download all the competition's details as PDF here.
Information

This is the second BU competition, this time with 14 WCA Events! The cost to compete is $30 and the competitor limit is 130. You don't have to go for both days of the competition, as it is set up to allow competitors to go to one or both.

Events
Main event
Competitors
114
Registration period

Online registration opened and closed .

Registration requirements
This competition is over, click here to display the registration requirements it used.
Create a WCA account here if you don't have one.
If this is not your first competition, associate your WCA ID to your WCA account here.
Register for this competition here.
There is a competitor limit of 130 competitors.
The base registration fee for this competition is $30 (United States Dollar).
If your registration is cancelled before you will be refunded 95% of your registration fee.
No on the spot registrations will be accepted.
Spectators can attend for free.

We will have a wait list for this competition. If registration is full, please register and pay. This is so if someone drops out, we can add you immediately. If you do not make it into the competition, we will fully refund your payment at around 8pm on Friday December 28th. Please contact the organizers via the link on the general page if you have any questions about this process.
Refunds will only be given to competitors who were accepted onto the competitor list if there is someone to take your spot from the wait list.

All competitors under the age of 18 must fill out a waiver to compete. [See Waiver Tab](https://www.worldcubeassociation.org/competitions/BUWinter2019#6796-waiver)

Highlights
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Max Park won with an average of 6.42 seconds in the 3x3x3 Cube event. Daniel Rose-Levine finished second (6.78) and Daniel Karnaukh finished third (7.99).

3x3x3 Cube

# Name Best Average Citizen of Solves
1 Max Park 5.49 6.42 United States 6.766.525.988.955.49
2 Daniel Rose-Levine 6.16 6.78 United States 6.568.556.166.657.13
3 Daniel Karnaukh 6.48 7.99 United States 6.488.177.088.739.04

2x2x2 Cube

# Name Best Average Citizen of Solves
1 Daniel Karnaukh 1.54 1.84 United States 1.741.541.911.862.43
2 Daniel Rose-Levine 1.61 1.84 United States 2.081.613.541.651.79
3 Joshua Broderick Phillips 1.79 2.20 United States 2.341.892.371.792.36

4x4x4 Cube

# Name Best Average Citizen of Solves
1 Max Park 18.86 22.65 United States 23.4921.4118.8623.0525.89
2 Daniel Karnaukh 34.21 34.55 United States 34.7039.9534.7234.2134.22
3 Ty Marshall 32.60 37.32 United States 34.9137.6039.4440.2532.60

5x5x5 Cube

# Name Best Average Citizen of Solves
1 Max Park 42.66 45.10 United States 50.9945.4642.6644.9444.90
2 Daniel Karnaukh 56.72 58.11 United States 56.7557.791:04.9759.7856.72
3 Daniel Rose-Levine 1:05.63 1:08.36 United States 1:05.631:13.811:06.231:07.261:11.60

6x6x6 Cube

# Name Best Average Citizen of Solves
1 Max Park 1:17.82 1:22.54 United States 1:17.821:25.181:24.61
2 Alvin Yang 1:51.58 1:57.50 China 2:08.981:51.931:51.58
3 Ty Marshall 2:09.01 2:14.47 United States 2:17.402:09.012:16.99

7x7x7 Cube

# Name Best Average Citizen of Solves
1 Max Park 1:49.89 1:58.12 United States 2:04.382:00.091:49.89
2 Daniel Rose-Levine 2:55.12 3:00.35 United States 2:55.123:08.872:57.05
3 Ty Marshall 3:00.13 3:10.14 United States 3:14.173:16.113:00.13

3x3x3 Blindfolded

# Name Best Average Citizen of Solves
1 Paul Taylor 24.73 DNF United States DNF31.7624.73
2 Will Russo 1:17.10 DNF United States DNF1:17.10DNF
3 Joey Mait 3:37.11 DNF United States DNF3:37.11DNF

3x3x3 One-Handed

# Name Best Average Citizen of Solves
1 Max Park 9.90 10.48 United States 10.729.9011.4410.3110.41
2 Ty Marshall 11.44 12.99 United States 11.4411.5714.6014.6112.81
3 Daniel Rose-Levine 11.84 13.94 United States 12.9414.3714.5211.8416.77

Clock

# Name Best Average Citizen of Solves
1 Mathieu Hudon 8.55 9.89 Canada 10.619.609.478.5510.91
2 Gabrielle Morasse 10.18 11.00 Canada 10.38DNF10.9111.7110.18
3 James Quinn 9.28 11.84 United States 10.4112.1112.999.28DNF

Megaminx

# Name Best Average Citizen of Solves
1 Alexei Sinyavin 36.44 41.78 United States 40.2943.1042.6842.3636.44
2 Aidan McKenzie 41.92 49.18 United States 45.8451.0050.69DNF41.92
3 Roy Lee 52.76 57.46 United States 1:00.7957.6059.6452.7655.15

Pyraminx

# Name Best Average Citizen of Solves
1 Joshua Broderick Phillips 3.16 3.46 United States 3.443.703.163.903.25
2 Adriel Wiebe 3.53 4.04 United States 3.845.603.913.534.37
3 Daniel Gutierrez 3.08 4.33 United States 3.116.936.163.723.08

Skewb

# Name Best Average Citizen of Solves
1 Ty Marshall 3.85 4.28 United States 4.494.794.273.854.09
2 Adriel Wiebe 3.10 4.50 United States 4.214.554.734.923.10
3 Daniel Rose-Levine 3.11 4.52 United States 3.374.865.335.993.11

Square-1

# Name Best Average Citizen of Solves
1 Daniel Karnaukh 7.43 9.60 United States 8.4612.707.439.6410.69
2 Brandon Lin 9.10 10.49 United States 10.0014.239.1010.8510.61
3 Ty Marshall 9.42 10.76 United States 11.7511.1010.7710.409.42

3x3x3 With Feet

# Name Best Average Citizen of Solves
1 Daniel Rose-Levine 19.13 24.23 United States 19.1322.7425.6926.0824.25
2 Alexei Sinyavin 31.87 35.43 United States 38.6237.4735.7333.0931.87
3 Daniel Gutierrez 27.91 37.33 United States 42.0339.4134.2738.3227.91