Rubik's Cube: Official Rules (Average of 10)
1-200, 201-400, 401-600, 601-800
PlaceResultNameQuoteDate
60152.15 secondsSiegfried Cattaneo(45.40) 49.90 47.95 51.02 56.61 53.14 50.63 54.50 1:00.61 45.72 51.46 (1:03.75)
I've done this with a 4sec inspection or with no inpection at all. Now working on a real freefall solving (jumping with my own parachute )
20070519
60252.17 secondsMikael VanhalaJEbz XD20070107
60352.37 secondsTimothy Turner51.06 55.83 52.46 49.32 50.52 49.8 52.62 58.03 50.78 53.26
discarded-
fastest-46.26
slowest-59.88
20071123
60452.50 secondsStefan Lidström40.58 55.71 56.69 59.13 58.90 57.16 (36.40) 52.50 53.34 49.58 (1:02.27) 41.4120090308
60552.52 secondsBrad DavisI know I can get in the 40's. This is the first time I've tried an average.20070325
60652.60 secondsAllen KuoGot bored during school lunch.My lowest average so far! Fastest was 40.26 sec, slowest was 63.42 sec.20060330
60752.88 secondsAndrew HsuFastest: 46.29
Slowest: 57.57
All pretty close, its a pretty good average for what i'm doing now. I'm not doing many advanced algorithms, so hopefully i'll improve soon.
20070722
60852.91 secondsMathieu Heck52.74 46.13 54.41 56.53 50.61 55.36 49.91 1.03.36 55.27 44 44.78 1.08.83
Methode de base!
20070627
60953.42 secondsWilliam Hoskins48.83 (74.33) 53.75 65.04 51.83 46.60 50.45 45.21 54.73 59.39 55.65 (42.63)
Way out of practice. I'll have to update it soon I guess
20081021
61053.98 secondsMartin Fonorrow54.79 (45.26) 59.51 55.60 48.04 54.98 (1:01.53) 52.74 54.79 51.37
This is my first try at an average of 10, using RubikTimer 2.3
20051203
61154.23 secondsGauthier CornuIt was my first PA10 !20070513
61254.40 secondsJeffrey Glass53.9 (42.4) 56.0 51.3 57.8 (1:07.7) 57.1 58.2 50.1 49.5 54.2 56.0
Still improving. need to work on F2L to speed this up
20060315
61354.50 secondsMark KoenenUsing the Petrus method, this is my second submin average.20061023
61454.68 secondsSuchot Subwilawann/a20071001
61554.77 secondsYandong Lin/a20080413
61654.83 secondsIbnu Ayyubmy first try. need more practise to get my average under 50 secs.20080707
61755.11 secondsAlex Landau57.89 56.97 53.61 41.20 1:03.74 (1:10.38) 50.78 50.81 (40.75) 1:00.49 50.92 1:04.71
First average since school started.
20040917
61855.30 secondsTK Kim(41.19)
(01 09.07)
20070627
61955.38 secondsMiroslav Tuzhik54.95 58.44 48.28 1:00.94 (1:22.47) 51.52 1:00.28 1:03.44 (47.42) 48.53 47.55 59.8820080713
62055.55 secondsFulvio TornaghiNot good. but still I'm lazy to learn more algs.20070529
62155.64 secondsBetong Romeron/a20060413
62255.69 secondsFrank Freeman63.01 59.50 53.39 68.55 (45.41) lucky 49.89 lucky 56.05 51.70 54.75 53.57 lucky 46.56 (72.29)20060328
62355.93 secondsAlex LockwoodI used the beginner method. I'm currently working on F2L and PLL though. watch out #1 world record, here I come.20070507
62456.02 secondsAaron Lisken/a20080517
62556.25 secondsJeremy Constantin49.53 56.31 60.90 55.71 (61.42) 59.14 54.04 54.54 54.93 55.98 61.39 (41.84)
[rubiks.dk timer]
using Lars Petrus method
20060604
62656.38 secondsAdam Quintanan/a20080411
62756.53 secondsChris Licciardi53.36 52.45 58.53 55.16 1:09.63 1:06.81 1:02.2 59.92 1:01.08 49.14 43.77 46.60
My first sub 60. Cubesmith stickers of course. )
20050811
62857.18 secondsMark Sullivan(50.22) 1:00.86 58.34 59.63 56.66 57.66 59.78 56.09 58.58 (1:15.75) 50.53 53.39
Done using the so-called "cheap-o" method.
 
62957.47 secondsEdward Kwokaverage of my last 10 solves20071101
63057.68 secondsJustin Chen59.98 51.73 59.67 64.19 59.78 (49.59) 58.22 56.94 61.26 53.49 (64.78) 51.53
Well what can you expect with layer-by-layer. I guess getting under one minute is because of using the petrus algorithms for the last layer..
something tells me its time to ditch layer-by-layer and go for a full petrus solve method.
20060222
63158.14 secondsJoe WallaceNice average20060122
63258.19 secondsDavid GomesMy first sub 1 minute average! Thank's Mr. Dzoan!20061004
63358.21 secondsBrandon J. Vasos60.46 47.53 64.08 52.63 58.54 48.74 (35.19) 70.84 (74.77) 48.00 67.64 63.62 57.67
New personal best.
20051116
63458.53 secondsJan HopFirst time sub 60!20080814
63558.60 secondsAndrew T. DavisIm getting there, but these have got to get them down.20060327
63558.60 secondsMark Lucas53.95 1:04.53 57.03 56.78 1:09.74 1:00.16 58.16 57.72 (1:10.78) 54.33 53.6 (51.28)
First sub-60 average I'm one of the few people who uses the Petrus method, which I learned about a month ago. I'm hoping to eventually cut this average in half.
20070918
63758.78 secondsFrancisco HuhnAwesome!20080911
63858.95 secondsLasse Korbankan/a20080626
63958.96 secondsJoel Ong51.42 1:03.5 1:00.13 52.31 1:01.85 58 (47.75) 1:01.22 (1:03.74) 1:02.8 1:00.94 57.42
Petrus method. nice breaking 1 minute!
20060110
64059.00 secondsJay Roadid it at school during our first cobe off still doing beginners method trying to learn fredrich only 1320080423
64159.59 secondsGeorg Walter57.82 58.15 1:12.26 52.62 50.79 55.34 1:05.29 (45.46) 1:00.33 (1:17.31) 1:02.68 1:00.60
My first average under 60 sec. The 45.46 was a PLL skip.
20060410
64259.60 secondsJouni Harjumäkin/a20050908
64359.77 secondsMike Harris50.02 54.45 (38.91) 1:09.90 1:05.33 53.57 (1:15.40) 59.91 50.04 1:08.27 58.12 1:08.14
This is an RA. Wow sub 1 min. Pretty good for about a month of cubing. I finally memorized PLL (took me long enough) Hi toby mat and alex up above a couple hundred places.
20050726
64459.80 secondsRobert Hank1:05.56 54.22 48.33 1:05.94 (47.30) 54.03 1:17.98 1:09.66 52.33 (2:03.55) 59.78 50.17
The best time was not lucky but the 48 and I think the 54 were. Look at that 2 minute time. I still mess up F2L algs and the PLL that I just learned.
20060105
6451 minute 0.11 secondsBen Wilson(85.39) 69.06 66.73 62.32 61.09 59.71 58.68 53.64 49.61 (45.76) The 69 was hampered by a popped edge, and don't ask what was going on with the 85. Bah. but for 1 second on one of the solves I'd have been sub-minute.20070712
6461 minute 0.58 secondsDennis Brenzel58.14 50.75 43.82 56.20 66.40 53.90 67.42 64.21 66.92 68.28 63.17 58.6820080118
6471 minute 0.78 secondsHugh Gill1:12.23 1:20.64 1:19.26 51.82 (51.21) 1:21.21 1:18.48 (1:29.14) 58.03 1:11.78 56.62 1:02.6820070608
6481 minute 0.86 secondsKa-Sing ChouFor more information about me, your are linked to Bahamut Dynasty20060320
6491 minute 1.50 secondsJohn Dreese1:07.30 58.33 1:03.08 54.70 1:10.44 53.75 1:05.49 1:00.14 51.74 (1:11.28) 1:10.03 (50.24)
I've been cubing for one year now using the layer-by-layer method. The one minute barrier seems very tough.
 
6501 minute 3.00 secondsRyan Whelanwww.youtube.com/profile/bLaCkIcE1337
I have only been doing the rubik's cube for about a month and i believe going sub 1 minute and 30 seconds is great for me considering im a rookie. please visit my youtube page and message me there for any info or questions becuz my e-mail is very difficult to check therefore i don't check it often.thanks.
20071201
6511 minute 3.28 secondsMatthew EarnshawDropped my average 30 seconds in 20 days. Not too shabby.20071020
6521 minute 3.52 secondsSpencer Mayott59.44 1:08:94 (1:13.64) 1:02.95 57.23 54.73 1:13.09 52.88 1:11.08 1:02.02 1:12.8 (43.84)
(yay my first sub 50 solve!)
20070814
6531 minute 3.82 secondsEmerson Cabrera60.517 70.331 67.918 70.413 60.708 64.743 64.453 48.480 64.503 66.105
Fastest time is 48.408 seconds in this session.
20071027
6541 minute 4.08 secondsMu-Qing Jingn/a20060114
6551 minute 4.15 secondsTommy Wong55:86 (1:16:29) 1:08:31 (53:80) 56:05 1:12:97 1:02:25 1:00:78 1:12:99 54:20 1:08:28 1:09:80 
6561 minute 5.30 secondsAaron Wyattn/a20070215
6571 minute 5.37 secondsNicholas Liun/a20071021
6581 minute 7.18 secondsMichael Blakeman(42.33) 57.54 59.78 (1:19.24) 1:07.16 1:14.22 1:13.02 1:14.04 1:07.99 1:13.21 1:08.14 56.74
I'm almost sub-1. only 42 and 57 were lucky.
20090201
6591 minute 7.28 secondsRafael Algarin52.83 1:02.11 1:00.61 1:05.32 1:24.24 54.92 1:24.86 1:20.30 (51.94) 1:06.76 (1:27.63) 1:00.82
Remember The Alamo DVD.
 
6601 minute 7.85 secondsNeutrals FongHmm.not a very good record I guess just started rubik's cube on 25th may 2008. Managed to get this record on 23rd june 2008 without inspection and using a normal stopwatch to measure the time by myself. Hoping to get a better record in the future now learning fridrich F2L to increase my speed.20080701
6611 minute 8.27 secondsJan Paul Posma1:10.55 1:17.31 1:15.55 1:15.28 57.20 1:03.42 1:13.75 (48.56) 1:14.53 1:01.00 (1:20.77) 1:00.64
W00t, first time I set an average. I raced against Marc van Beest, with him on the 4x4x4, and I was on the 3x3x3. I won. :P Done after 4 months of cubing (but I don't cube very much). :)
20060923
6621 minute 8.28 secondsMats Kollbrink1:09,81 1:02,40 1:12,02 1:06,30 1:15,41 1:12,31 1:07,59 (49,74) 1:01,04 53,49 1:22,43 (1:45,22)20080322
6631 minute 9.00 secondsYouyang Gun/a20070423
6641 minute 9.66 secondsJames LaGarde1:06.10 1:12.26 1:05.91 58.81 59.98 1:16.64 1:25.81 (1:31.19) (53.72) 1:14.94 1:17.1420080105
6651 minute 10 secondsPeter Sandorn/a20061019
6661 minute 11.26 secondsSamuel Tran1:12.07 (1:20.13) 1:11.69 1:19.55 1:05.86 1:05.60 (1:01.24) 1:08.65 1:08.99 1:16.75 1:15.88 1:07.58
Very consistent. Need to work on F2L to reach sub 1 minute.
20060308
6671 minute 11.57 secondsBen BartleyStill trying to break the one minute mark using my own solving style20070326
6681 minute 12.00 secondsLucas Hafneri am practicing and now i try to solve the 4x4x4 cube20060329
6691 minute 12.14 secondsJoshua Li 21:21.36 (57.94) 1:01.80 1:10.70 1:24.91 (1:25.33) 1:10.83 1:15.72 1:04.42 1:08.34
First timing I have ever done on average of 10 solves. JNetCube used.
20080801
6701 minute 12.34 secondsNick ConnBest out of 12. Best and worst time dropped. No pops needed.20060224
6711 minute 13 secondsDan Smithn/a20060625
6721 minute 13.64 secondsBen Delaneyn/a20080301
6731 minute 13.69 secondsDaniel McCollumUsed intermediate Petrus method, still getting faster, but definitely not approaching world-class standards. 
6741 minute 14 secondsElias El Khouryn/a20070312
6751 minute 14.03 secondsDevin Ridgway78.66 75.11 78.05 69.38 76.55 68.92 76.48 73.67 68.95 74.55 (86.20) (49.81)
this is when i got my new record!!!!
20070710
6761 minute 14.54 secondsTim PrusnickI just got a new cube yesterday, and while breaking it in, I got an average of 75.54 seconds using the beginner's layer-by-layer solution20070711
6771 minute 15.03 secondsRune Zedeler1:25.42 1:24.69 1:08.93 1:00.45 1:09.58 (1:40.55) 1:16.76 1:08.72 1:04.04 1:14.53 (0:54.75) 1:37.24
Guess I have to learn a faster algorithm, now.
 
6781 minute 15.17 secondsKevin Lemayn/a20080329
6791 minute 15.64 secondsGelo Gamboa:D !!20071221
6801 minute 15.80 secondsErin AllenI'm gonna rule the WORLD!20060314
6811 minute 16.91 secondsAdam Hillyer1:16.75 1:00.28 (0:55.06) 1:25.23 1:16.84 1:26.62 1:20.79 1:03.81 1:16.68 1:05.68 (1:33.03) 1:19.67
Horrible times. HUGE deviation. Loving that sub-60 though. First Sub-60 ever :).
20080331
6821 minute 17.05 secondsGary BethersI am using a program I made to time myself. I need to add more features though. Like keeping my scrambles with the times, lucky case "*", removing best and worst time, saving to a file. It maybe useful to others someday.20060416
6831 minute 17.50 secondsStefan YapUsing basic solving style20080206
6841 minute 18.73 secondsArturo Diocton1:10.52 1:12.77 1:27.32 1:07.88 1:43.75 1:04.64 (POP) 1:06.07 1:17.22 1:24.53 (1:01.62) 1:32.60 (1:45.12)
13 Attempts, 1 POP, 0 Discard. Using "The ultimate Rubik's Cube timer ver 2.1" Attempted last March 25, 2004 0835hrs at work.
20040325
6851 minute 18.86 secondsHakop GoorjiAverage 10 out of 1220081119
6861 minute 20.15 secondsPhilip AndersonAverage of 10 solves taking away the best & worst result. Best time is 56 secs. 20071112
6871 minute 20.27 secondsMizuki Nakahara(1:44.03) 1:34.76 1:17.65 1:35.82 1:10.48 1:17.26 1:15.25 1:39.34 1:05.12 (1:02.81) 1:16.00 1:21.0520060830
6881 minute 20.33 secondsHoward Huang1:17.93 1:12.28 1:05.91 54.54 1:13.32 1:33.09 1:24.52 1:51.94 48.22 1:31.12 1:37.87 1:33.15
first avg!
20050410
6891 minute 20.41 secondsTim CordesI am new, this time well come down.20060222
6901 minute 21.40 secondsChuck Briggs1:09 1:25 1:19 1:13 114 1:30 1:15 1:29 1:26 1:35. On the 1:09 I did a 'H' OLL & a 'G' PLL. My Single time is 1:06. Been learning Fredrick for 3 months. Still have C Large Lighting bolt Knight and Awkward to perfect in OLL's. I got a C on the 1:35 which caused 10 sec of pauses as I tried to remember it.20080903
6911 minute 24.46 secondsAjit Burad79.45 84.89 78.17 91.15 92.57 92.78 (92.96) 78.93 79.20 83.15 (69.23) 84.35
My first average in hundreths of seconds.
My website
20051008
6921 minute 24.71 secondsFrançois Côtéfrancoiscote.net20060329
6931 minute 25.39 secondsJoseph KimIt's amazing what the Internet can teach you20080720
6941 minute 26.29 secondsCaleb Kin/a20071023
6951 minute 27.38 secondsBlue Bradleyn/a20050111
6961 minute 28 secondsPeter Conradn/a20060413
6961 minute 28 secondsMichael Barrowmann/a20070706
6981 minute 28.19 secondsAltair DonatoMy personal record in 12th solve..
i need to solve faster :(
20060228
6991 minute 29 secondsBrandon King1.32 1.34 1.36 1.29 1.32 1.29 1.16 1.29 1.31 1.21
im only 11 yrs. old
thanks vin
1.16 is my personal fastest time
20080626
7001 minute 31.00 secondsSam WilliamsI've been working on the Rubik's cube for about 3 months and now I can complete it anywhere from 1min22sec-1min46sec. The part that usually impresses people is that I'm 11years old.20070923
7011 minute 31.91 secondsLorenzo La CognataAt my 6th day of cubing :D20080626
7021 minute 32.44 secondsDarren LawesBeen cubing for a little while fastest average yet.20070222
7031 minute 32.59 secondsTyler YarnelliThis is pretty good for me.20070903
7041 minute 32.99 secondsVanessa Morgann/a20060314
7051 minute 33.95 secondsMegumi Konichin/a20080519
7061 minute 35.68 secondsBen Rohrig1:49.85 1:39.44 1:29.59 1:25.12
1:35.87 1:40.48 1:34.87 1:33.96 1:23.62 1:44.05.
how do you guys get so low in time! could someone please email me about how your solution works i do the layer by layer. my times were. lol i'm slow
20060629
7071 minute 37.43 secondsAndy Biondin/a20080330
7081 minute 38.57 secondsFabrice Millot1:30.96 1:45.21 1:45.60 1:35.62 1:33.24 1:51.23 (1:55.49) 1:44.20 (1:22.84) 1:36.58 1:38.74 1:24.29
use official timing method and "corners-first" methode.
20060107
7091 minute 44.22 secondsJoe MoonDan Harris: "This was Joe's first average, performed on a StackMat, approximately 3 weeks after he learnt to solve the cube by attending my cube workshops at university. I am very proud!" - Cubestation.co.uk ==> UEA Cube Club20050228
7101 minute 44.67 secondsJonathan Helmus1:52.60 1:31.86 1:31.58 1:52.89 2:06.38 (1:22.60) 1:39.25 1:42.74 (2:05.77) 1:35.91 2:04.81 1:29.31
Used timer at www.rubiks.dk.
 
7111 minute 47.63 secondsRobert GillespieI love this thing!20060321
7121 minute 49.20 secondsMichael Strelan1:10.99 1:53 POP 2:45.3 1:19.52 1:49.63 1:35.66 1:53.33 1:49.91 1:34.08 1:48.06 1:55.63 1:30.1420050703
7131 minute 50.64 secondsDanie ViljoenUsing the Leyan Lo method, with a few shortcuts of my own.20080809
7141 minute 56.56 secondsHideaki Konishin/a20080519
7151 minute 58.40 secondsGreg TroutmanI'm a high school gifted teacher from Pennsylvania and use the cube as a teaching tool. Just got a grant from Wal-mart to purchase 200 3x3 Cubes!20060418