Please Be Quiet WPI Spring 2019
- May 4 - 5, 2019
- Worcester, Massachusetts, United States
- 100 Institute Road, Worcester, Massachusetts, United States
Salisbury Labs 105 (SL 105)
- James Quinn and Paul Taylor
- WCA Delegates
- JP Bulman and Matthew McMillan
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3x3x3 Fewest Moves is the main event of this competition!
This is a quiet events competition. We will NOT be holding usual events like 3x3. If you are a new competitor or are in a regular competition, this probably isn't for you, and you may want to check out other local competitions. Spectators may attend for free, but you are likely to get bored very quickly as the events held are quite slow.
Other local competitions:
Stay on the lookout for others as well in the coming months!
The competition will be held in Salisbury Labs 105 (SL 105), this building is across the fountain from the campus center. Parking can be found in any of the visitors lots on Institute Rd or on Boynton St.
- Main event
- Registration period
Online registration opened and closed .
- Registration requirements
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There is a competitor limit of 30 competitors.
Registering for this competition is free.
No on the spot registrations will be accepted.
We have a cap of 30 competitors. In order to register, you must register on this website, and that's all! If you are still on the waitlist a few days after registering, please contact the organizers. When registering, please be sure to indicate any needs that require special accomodations you may have in the comments section. If we know this in advance, we are better able to serve you.
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Mark Boyanowski won with a mean of 26.33 moves in the 3x3x3 Fewest Moves event. James Quinn finished second (26.67) and Paul Taylor finished third (35.33).