I am a speedcuber, someone who practices to solve a Rubik’s Cube as fast as possible. Specializing in one-handed cubing, I can solve a completely randomized cube in 18.0 seconds on average. I started cubing back in 2007 when my friend brought one to our class together. During my time at Harvard, I helped run the Harvard College Cube Club, acting as vice president, organizing official biannual competitions, and being a generally visible advocate of cubing.
My peak national rankings:
- 5th in Fewest Moves Contest. 29-turn solution (Oct. 2013)
- 18th in One-Handed Single. 14.61 seconds (May 2013)
- 31st in One-Handed Average of 5, 17.76 seconds (Nov. 2013)
Check out the Cubing section of my website, complete with algorithm libraries and articles for cube enthusiasts.
And this is me solving a Rubik’s Cube while playing piano.