Mindanao Championships 2017


Date
Aug 19 - 20, 2017
City
Davao City, Philippines
Venue

NCCC Mall

Address
Corner Ma-a, Gen. Douglas MacArthur Hwy, Talomo, Davao City, Davao del Sur
Details

Kadayawan Hall of the NCCC Mall

Contact
Organization team
Organizers
Avell Bathala Dela Cruz, Clark Dairo, Clyde Dencer Tutor, Edgar Elevado Jr., Jerlyn Alvar Manginlaud, Richert Jay Pinca, and Zian Kiero Nichole Callao
WCA Delegate
Edrian Oralde Tepait
Information

Mindanao Championship 2017
Sponsored by Qiyi Mofangge Cube
Registration Fee: P150.00 Free ID Lace
August 19-20, 2017
NCCC Mall Davao Kadayawan Hall
Waiting for WCA Link

Registration:
P150 - (1-4 Categories)
P250 - (5-8 Categories)
P350 - (9-12 Categories)
P450 - (13-16 Categories)

Participant Limit: 500 Only

Shirt design, logo etc are already in progress. Courtesy: Zianyanyan Kiero Callao...
Official Photographer: Klea Mendones
Official Judges: SevenTeens

For this year all proceeds for the event will be donated to the Children of Marawi for our "Cubing for a Cause Program". There is an ongoing war with ISIS in Marawi one of the towns here in Mindanao and I hope that we could give these Children smiles. Any toy could definitely do it. My girlfriend and I will head on the refugee area during the donation drive.

We will have:
1. Feeding program, and
2. A mini- game with the kids.
3. Donation Drive

Thank you all for Joining

Events
Main event
Competitors
129
Registration period

Online registration opened and closed .

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There is a competitor limit of 500 competitors.
The base registration fee for this competition is ₱150 (Philippine Peso).
Highlights
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Lance Bastien Loy won with an average of 9.60 seconds in the 3x3x3 Cube event. Justin John Navarro finished second (9.71) and Albert Philip Bulao finished third (10.31).