PDX Cubing for Causes 2020
- Feb 8, 2020
- Portland, Oregon, United States
- 4555 N. Channel Ave. Portland, Oregon 97217
Rooms A-C, entrance on the right of the Daimler Lobby. Daimler HQ building is a large 10 floor building.
- Organization team
- Chris Brotzman, Kit Clement, Kris Greninger, and Lauren Clement
- WCA Delegates
- Chris Brotzman, Kit Clement, and Lauren Clement
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Proceeds from this competition will benefit the charities Oregon with Love and SchoolHouse Supplies. Daimler Trucks North America will make a 100% match of the donation made for this competition. This event is supported by PING (Parent In Networking Group) and STEM Employee Interest Groups.
This competition is recognized as an official World Cube Association competition. Therefore, all competitors must be familiar with the WCA regulations. If you are new to competing, please refer to the Competitor Responsibilities tab.
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- Main event
- Registration period
Online registration opened and closed .
- Registration requirements
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There is a competitor limit of 130 competitors.
The base registration fee for this competition is $20 (United States Dollar).
If your registration is cancelled before you will be refunded 100% of your registration fee.
No on the spot registrations will be accepted.
Your registration will not be confirmed (moved from the waiting list) until payment has been completed. Please note that even after payment, registrations need to be manually approved before appearing on the registration list.
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|1||Sameer Aggarwal||7.29||7.81||United States||7.46||7.29||9.31||8.19||7.78|
|2||Asher Kim-Magierek||7.49||9.11||United States||14.27||7.49||8.06||9.74||9.54|
|3||Ash Black||8.02||9.57||United States||8.73||10.74||9.25||11.26||8.02|
|1||Sameer Aggarwal||2.08||2.66||United States||2.94||2.76||2.28||DNF||2.08|
|2||Asher Kim-Magierek||1.75||3.08||United States||1.75||2.88||3.68||3.46||2.91|
|3||William Greninger||2.77||3.53||United States||3.17||4.49||3.68||3.73||2.77|
|1||Asher Kim-Magierek||30.57||35.93||United States||39.47||37.32||30.57||34.64||35.82|
|2||Sameer Aggarwal||31.34||36.69||United States||36.79||40.17||31.34||37.90||35.39|
|3||Dylan Raymond||34.70||38.35||United States||39.95||34.79||40.30||34.70||43.50|
|1||Jason White||30.05||DNF||United States||30.05||DNF||31.20|
|2||Sameer Aggarwal||1:12.12||DNF||United States||DNF||DNF||1:12.12|
|3||Kit Clement||1:17.51||DNF||United States||1:17.51||DNF||DNF|
|1||Sameer Aggarwal||13.42||13.80||United States||13.96||13.88||13.57||16.08||13.42|
|2||Asher Kim-Magierek||13.92||15.18||United States||15.60||13.92||14.71||16.65||15.24|
|3||Peter Greninger||16.07||17.05||United States||16.84||16.07||19.57||17.39||16.91|