Thanksgiving PBQ Tour - Lava Hot Springs 2022
- Nov 27, 2022
- Lava Hot Springs, Idaho, United States
Lava Hot Springs Inn
- 94 East Portneuf Avenue, Lava Hot Springs, ID
- Organization team
- Brendan Bakker, Calvin Nielson, Isaac Myers, and Samuel Baird
- WCA Delegates
- Calvin Nielson, Samuel Baird, and Stone Amsbaugh
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This competition is part of the Thanksgiving PBQ Tour, below can be found a list of all competitions included in the tour.
Date Competition Competitor limit Events 23 Nov Thanksgiving PBQ Tour - Saratoga Springs 2022 16 Clock, 4x4 Blindfolded, 5x5 Blindfolded, Multi-Blind 24 Nov Thanksgiving PBQ Tour - Lehi 2022 30 Fewest Moves 25 Nov Thanksgiving PBQ Tour - Burley 2022 20 3x3 Blindfolded, 4x4 Blindfolded, 5x5 Blindfolded, Multi-Blind 26 Nov Thanksgiving PBQ Tour - Rexburg 2022 20 3x3 Blindfolded, Fewest Moves, 4x4 Blindfolded, 5x5 Blindfolded, Multi-Blind 27 Nov Thanksgiving PBQ Tour - Lava Hot Springs 2022 20 3x3 Blindfolded, Fewest Moves, 4x4 Blindfolded, 5x5 Blindfolded, Multi-Blind
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Calix Tang won with a single solve of 20.20 seconds in the 3x3x3 Blindfolded event. Brendan Bakker finished second (26.52) and Stone Amsbaugh finished third (42.26).