Team Cuboss - sponsored speedcubers

Welcome to Team Cuboss! We are some of Europe’s best speedcubers. Together, we hold a substantial amount of the national records in different events at official WCA competitions. With many years of experience in speedcubing, we also collaborate with Cuboss to develop various special products, such as premium cubes and lubricants. Below you will find more information if you want to know more about us who make up team Cuboss. If you want to know which cubes we recommend for all WCA puzzles, there are purchase recommendations here.




My name is Daniel Wallin, and I specialize in 3×3 and blindfolded solving. During the more than 100 competitions I have participated in, I have so far won three Swedish Championship titles in the classic Rubik’s cube, and a total of 77 Swedish Championship medals in various events. At international championships, I have won 12 medals at European Championships or World Championships, and also managed to break the European record 10 times, mainly in the 4×4 blindfolded event.



Hi! My name is Jakob Gunnarsson, and I am a speedcuber from Gothenburg in western Sweden. I have competed in speedcubing since 2015, and in that time, I have managed to break more than 30 different Swedish records. I am top-10 in the world all round, and at the time of writing, I also hold the Swedish record for both single and average in the most prestigious event, the classic 3×3 Rubik’s cube. In addition, I have had two European records, in the events Rubik’s cube with one hand, and Rubik’s cube blindfolded.



Hi! Alexander Tosting here, I’m a 15-year-old speedcuber from northern Stockholm. I participated in my first speedcubing competition in the middle of 2017, but have already become one of Sweden’s absolute fastest in many events, for example 3×3, Skewb and Square-1. However, my main achievement in my cubing career is probably my previous Swedish record single in the classic 3×3 cube: 5.47s, from the European Championship in Copenhagen in July 2022. 3×3 is also the discipline I focus on the most, and I aim to soon also take over the Swedish record for the 3×3 average 😉



My name is Toni Beljo. I am 17 years old, come from Värnamo in Sweden, and I am in the third year of high school. My first speedcubing competition was Norrkubing in 2015 and I’ve been hooked ever since. My favorite events are 3×3-6×6 and Pyraminx, but the one I’m clearly the best at is 4×4, where I’m currently top 20 in the world. When I’m not cubing, I exercise a lot, play the guitar and watch some movies.




Hi! My name is Bence Barát and I’m specialized in big cubes. During my cubing career, I have attended more than 170 competitions and won more than 1300 medals, which is the most anyone ever had in WCA history. I have won the World Championship in the event of 7×7 once and the European Championship five times in various categories, while I’ve also broken the World Record 7 times and the European Record 9 times.



My name is Ábris Galler. I am studying International Business at University in Hungary, but more importantly, I am a speedcuber. I learned to solve the cube because I wanted to show off to my friends, but I ended up liking it so much that I stuck with it. I am a European Champion and a former European record holder in One-Handed solving and I am extremely proud of both. Fun fact is, that I am still not a Hungarian national champion, since our last championship was held 3 years ago. Apart from cubing I am really into calisthenics, and I also enjoy making videos a lot.




Hej, my name is Henri Gerber and I am a speedcuber from Oldenburg, Germany. I’ve been cubing for nine years and I am known for my all-rounder abilities. I took part in two world championships where I placed 3rd in 3x3x3 with feet twice. Over my career, I broke six European records in 3×3 with feet and Megaminx. I’ve been in the top10 in the world for sum of ranks for more than six consecutive years (since Oct. 2016) as well as first in Germany over the same period.




Hi! I’m Urho Kinnunen from Helsinki, Finland. I started speedcubing in 2018 and since then I’ve broken six national records in Skewb. I have also achieved top 10 in the world for Skewb single and average. I like to practice almost every event, and I’m currently ranked number one in Finland for Sum of Ranks. My favorite event changes pretty often, but Skewb and 3×3 have always been among my favourites.




Hey! My name is Remo Pihel and I’m from Tallinn, Estonia. I’d say that I’m mostly an allrounder, but specialize in Pyraminx, Square-1 and FMC. Although I’m not too good at them, my favourite events are actually Megaminx, 5×5 and 6×6. I started cubing in 2017 due to people cubing in my class. I have broken over 40 Estonian national records and don’t plan on slowing down. When I’m not cubing, I’m usually at a musical rehearsal.




Hello! My name is Mantas Urbanavičius I am a speedsolver from Lithuania. I started competing in 2017 since that moment I have broken 67 national records and currently I hold 15 of them. Right now I am ranked top 100 in the world in 3×3, 4×4 and 3×3 One-Handed events.




My name is David Vujasić and I’m a speedcuber from Zagreb, Croatia. I had my first cubing competition in 2015 and since then I’ve racked up countless national championships, close to a 100 NRs in all the events and even more competition podiums! Although I am an all-rounder and have the best national Sum of ranks by far, lately I’ve focused on NxN events and my all-time favourite event – Pyraminx! When I’m not cubing I can be seen training on a badminton court.

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