Bay Area Speedcubin' 21 2019

Dec 1, 2019
San Jose, California, United States

Andrew P. Hill High School

3200 Senter Road


Brandon Harnish, Nitin Subramanian, and Ryan Jew
WCA Delegates
Brandon Harnish, Nitin Subramanian, and Ryan Jew

BASC 21 Organization Team

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BASC is proud to finally host a competition in the Bay Area's biggest city, San Jose! Join us at Andrew P. Hill High School for a jam-packed day of speedcubin'.

Main event
Registration period

Online registration opened and closed .

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There is a competitor limit of 200 competitors.
The base registration fee for this competition is $20 (United States Dollar).
If your registration is cancelled before you will be refunded 50% of your registration fee.
No on the spot registrations will be accepted.
Spectators can attend for free.

Adding/Dropping Events

  • Competitors may request (by email) to be added to more events BEFORE registration closes.
  • Competitors may not add events after registration closes.
  • Competitors may request (by email) to remove events from their registration. It is also acceptable to not show up for any event you do not wish to compete in. If there is a chance you will want to do an event, you should register for it!

Waiting List

If Registration fills up, we will place competitors on a waitlist. In order to get on the waitlist, you must register and pay. You are not on the waitlist until you pay the registration fee. If you do not make it off of the waitlist, you will be fully refunded. If a competitor drops out, the first person on the waitlist will replace them. People can be replaced up until Thursday, November 21st, 2019, 5:00 PM PDT (eg. no new competitors will be added on the day of the competition).

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Max Park won with an average of 6.09 seconds in the 3x3x3 Cube event. Richard Jay S. Apagar finished second (7.33) and Christopher Yen finished third (7.34).

World records: Max Park‎ 4x4x4 Cube 21.11 (average).

3x3x3 Cube

# Name Best Average Citizen of Solves
1 Max Park 5.17 6.09 United States 5.176.436.265.596.53
2 Richard Jay S. Apagar 6.62 7.33 Philippines 7.458.366.627.377.18
3 Christopher Yen 5.69 7.34 United States 7.0011.575.696.708.32

4x4x4 Cube

# Name Best Average Citizen of Solves
1 Max Park 19.28 21.11 WR United States 21.0122.0020.3119.2824.79
2 Paul Mahvi 28.81 30.15 United States 34.7630.5130.9028.8129.05
3 Christopher Yen 29.62 35.05 United States 29.6238.3136.5133.6634.97

3x3x3 Blindfolded

# Name Best Average Citizen of Solves
1 Jason Ostdiek 58.30 DNF United States 1:19.7558.30DNF
2 Riley Woo 1:13.48 DNF United States DNF1:13.48DNF
3 Brandon Harnish 1:34.44 DNF United States 1:34.44DNFDNF


# Name Best Average Citizen of Solves
1 Aaron Paskow 1.94 2.58 United States 1.942.433.992.782.54
2 Samuel Low 2.03 3.23 United States 2.032.406.324.612.68
3 Kristen Young 3.39 3.90 United States 4.253.393.893.564.40


# Name Best Average Citizen of Solves
1 Jusun Choi (최주선) 2.77 3.66 Republic of Korea 5.213.414.303.272.77
2 Cameron Miller 2.81 4.32 United States 4.654.224.104.642.81
3 Mitchell Lane 3.60 5.26 United States 4.313.606.625.715.75


# Name Best Average Citizen of Solves
1 Nicolas Harper 9.37 11.77 United States 17.8414.0311.459.839.37
2 Christopher Yen 9.09 11.92 United States 9.0911.8215.459.6214.33
3 Nolan Yiu 8.36 12.01 United States 11.848.3612.0312.1515.72