We all enjoy to cube at home, and to push ourselves to get faster. But going to a competition adds a whole new dimension to the hobby.
Competitions are not just for finding out who is the fastest. At competitions we have the possibility to meet, learn from each other, and have a good time together.
Everyone is welcome to compete, whether you solve in seconds or minutes. Everyone competes against everyone, there are no age classes or age limits.
When you compete at an official competition you will get a WCA profile where all your results and personal bests are collected. You will also be seen on the Worldand National Ranking.
If you want some extra inspiration, we recommend watching the video "Just Go" linked below, where famous cubers tell us about their first competitions.
Find a competition and register
You can find all coming competitions in Sweden on the page Upcoming competitions here on our website.
All competitions can also be found on the WCA website. Där kan du även filtrera på andra länder, se tidigare tävlingar, med mera.
You can find all the information about the competition's WCA page, which is also where you can register. Note that you need to create an account on the WCA website before you can register.
Also don't forget to register as a SveKub member to enjoy a 25% discount on registration fees, and also support us (the membership is free!).
How do competitions work?
The WCA Regulations govern how competitions are run. As a competitor you should be familiar with the regulations so that you know the competition procedures, can avoid time penalties, etc.
We have also translated the regulations to Swedish, but keep in mind that the English version holds priority if there are any differences in wording.
To aid new competitors there is also a Competitor Tutorial which summarizes the regulations and explain the competition process.
We can also recommend watching this video which explains the competition process.
At competitions there is usually no dedicated staff, we all help out with judging, scrambling, and running for the groups we are not competing in.
When you arrive at the competition you will receive a personal schedule where you can find which groups you are competing in, and which groups you need to help out with staffing.
It is very important that everyone follows their personal schedules, and help out when they are scheduled to. If you can't help out in some round you have to inform about this as early as possible, so that someone else can fill your spot.
There are only personal schedules for the first round of each event, since we don't know who will advance beforehand. In subsequent rounds everyone needs to help out. Listen to the organizers when they ask for help!
If you have any question you are always welcome to contact the organizer, delegate, or SveKub. We are happy to help!