Skewb (Average of 10)
PlaceResultNameQuoteDate
18.84 secondsHideki Niina10.71 6.84 6.16 7.90 8.63 9.80 (12.56) (5.91) 8.05 12.47 7.40 10.44
None of these times were lucky cases.
20080302
29.95 secondsMike Tryczak10.03 (8.46) 8.82 10.82 (11.56) 10.68 10.10 8.48 9.51 9.39 11.54 10.09 => 9.946
I've been trying for a long time to get sub ten seconds, but I finally did it! With the help of a skewb solver I wrote, I was able to replace a few of my finishing patterns with much shorter ones. None of these times were lucky cases.
 
312.59 secondsJacob Rueth11.54 14.57 10.56 15.51 14.09 (16.42) 11.37 13.23 10.46 13.08 11.47 (9.73)
I'm catching back up to
 
412.6 secondsStefan Pochmann(9) 12 11 (15) 12 9 11 14 15 12 13 12 => 12.1 + 0.5
The 12s and 11s in the beginning were slightly lucky but what happened is expected to happen in 1 out of 9 cases and it doesn't save much. No other lucky cases (i.e. skipped steps) but I think more often than usual I had easier steps.
 
514.90 secondsTatsuya Ookubo12.08 (9.36) 21.43 15.65 12.10 14.13 10.66 15.17 20.94 13.66 (22.62) 13.1620071218
616.06 secondsKåre Krig13.96 16.26 11.42 23.78 19.06 15.32 15.49 19.55 (08.95) (25.10) 11.10 14.6620050202
716.70 secondsCasey Mihaloew14.18 16.48 17.54 18.54 18.9 15.76 (20.21) 15.82 (9.06) 16.37
The lucky one (9.06) i didn't skip any steps, but all steps were at their least possible position.
20070127
817.50 secondsPeter BabcockIt's 9:52 pm right now. now it's 9:53. 
918.45 secondsShota IharaMy site20080426
1019.66 secondsMattias Berglund20.70 14.55 (10.43) 17.08 19.05 (29.32) 26.08 16.31 14.61 12.29 26.69 29.21
Made some mistakes.
 
1121.65 secondsTobias DaneelsVery good average for me.
I like this puzzles, but it hurts my wrists.
20080206
1223.02 secondsSyoji Takamatsu9.28 22.66 25.25 24.61 (7.96) (66.96) 28.78 21.13 39.86 24.58 21.96 12.0820080109
1325.19 secondsOlivér Nagymy times: 15.26 29.54 14.36 28.93 (11.52) 28.22 29.18 30.6 27.64 (31.09) 23.98 24.14
there was two lucky: 14.36 and 11.52, but the others were non-lucky!
I made some video during the solve, you can find them at my homepage: Rubikkocka.hu
20060426
1425.25 secondsYi Renn/a20090214
1527.11 secondsChui-Hsien Lin18.488 30.486 18.338 20.401 31.167 [37.67} 32.298 36.825 30.936 (14.443)
result 27.105
20080626
1634.49 secondsJoe WallaceMy skewb pops all the time.20060313
1735.35 secondsYannick Martin37.75 29.23 58.71 32.28 25.31 41.46 23.54 (60.98) 33.18 36.51 35.48 (15.34)
Sunday after noon, with beer and chips. My first and propably my last average of 10.
20080407
1835.57 secondsAlex Kumaki(52.22) 43.13 42.45 (14.41) 25.11 40.86 32.91 29.3 33.5 40.14 33.16 35.16 The 14.41 was extremely lucky20080116
1940.18 secondsBob Burton31.37 33.34 33.78 41.98 36.21 34.43 (1:20.82) 59.95 41.59 31.62 (28.18) 57.51
Actually, I lie! It was a Valentine's Day present! :) Visit my site.
20070511
2052.65 secondsArthur Adams49.34 33.26 58.02 1:07.84 1:08.35 (17.96) 1:02.18 (2:16.77) 1:02.31 49.93 29.09 46.18
I haven't tried this puzzle in a while.
My S.D. was 29.78. I should be more consistent.
20070709
211 minute 15.76 secondsLucas Garron49.69 (2:40.59) 59.34 2:15.18 1:06.43 59.13 44.77 1:35.69 2:11.91 (42.10) 1:01.56 53.88
Not really an informative average; with all those 2's the standard deviation is 33 seconds.
20060922