FMC Europe 2019
- Mar 23, 2019
- Multiple cities (see website), Multiple Countries (Europe)
Multiple venues; Registered locations
- Multiple locations throughout Europe (see competition website)
- FMC Europe 2019 website
- Laura Ohrndorf, Linus Frész, and Sébastien Auroux
- WCA Delegates
- Adam Polkowski, Alberto Pérez de Rada Fiol, Anders Berggren, Andreas Pung, Andrey Robota, Antoine Piau, Bogdan Grigoruţă, Daniel Sheppard, Daniel Vædele Egdal, Daniel Wallin, David Lim, Dominik Vidaković, Gianluca Placenti, Henrik Buus Aagaard, James Molloy, Jernej Omulec, Laura Ohrndorf, Linus Frész, Lorenzo Vigani Poli, Mihai Căpăţinescu, Nathan Dwyer, Niki Placskó, Oleg Gritsenko, Petra Kobal Vogrinec, Piotr Trząski, Sam Spendla, Serhii Koksharov (Сергій Кокшаров), Simone Cantarelli, Stepan Dzhurylo (Степан Джурило), Sébastien Auroux, Tomi Ronkainen, Ulrik Bredland, Vasily Stasyev, and İskender Aznavur
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The competition will be held in multiple locations, throughout Europe. Please pay attention to the time zone of your location! For more details, check out the competition website!
- Main event
- Registration period
Online registration opened and closed .
- Registration requirements
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There is no competitor limit.
No on the spot registrations will be accepted.
To register successfully, fill out the registration form and enter the city of the location you want to compete at in the comment field. Please do not write anything else in this field! To see a list of all FMC Europe 2019 locations, please have a look at our competition website.
Registration fees are different depending on which location you sign up for and will be listed on the website. If there is a registation fee, it will be payed at the venue of your location.
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Harry Savage won with a mean of 26.33 moves in the 3x3x3 Fewest Moves event. Daniel Sheppard finished second (26.33) and Karam Al-Robaie and Matěj Grohmann finished third (27.67).