July 10-12, 2015

University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, MI 48109

The venues are different for each day, check the travel page for more detailed information on the venues.

Registration Fee:
This competition will be free of charge to all competitors, however to ensure that the list of pre-registered competitors accurately reflects the number of people attending the event, we will be collecting a $15 deposit via PayPal which can be refunded the day of the competition, or donated to the organizers. This deposit will not be refunded if you find that you cannot attend the event.

NOTE: If you are not competing on a given day, you do not need to show up on that day. For example, if you are only doing events that are held on Saturday, you do not need to show up on Friday or Sunday if you don't want to.

There will be a 110 competitor limit for this competition, and registration will close either when this cap is reached, or by the end of the day July 5th.  As long as there is space, at-the-door Registration will be allowed, and will be free of charge, but competitors will only be allowed to compete in 2x2 speedsolve and 3x3 speedsolve.

UPDATE: As there are 107 competitors registered before the deadline, there are only 3 spots remaining for walk-ins.  We will register walk-in competitors during the normal registration time on Saturday until those spots are taken.  Once they are taken, any further walk-ins will not be able to compete.

Sponsorship will be sponsoring all prizes for the event winners of this competition.  Be sure to check out their selection of puzzles at competitive prices!

Prize Information:

Winners of all events will recieve a $10 gift card to Cubes4Speed, except for the 3x3x3 Speedsolve, where first place recieves a $25 gift card, second place recieves a $15 gift card, and third place recieve a $10 gift card. You must be present at the awards ceremony to be eligible for these non-gift card awards!

This competition is recognized as an official World Cube Association competition. Therefore, all competitors should be familiar with the WCA regulations. If you are new to competing, you may want to look at CubingUSA's Competitor Tutorial and watch this quick tutorial video.