RUBIK'S cube enthusiasts put their skills to the test at the weekend when the World Cube Association hosted a speedcubing competition in Horsham.
The two-day event at Horsham West and Haven Primary School saw more than 50 cubers of all ages.
World Cube Association delegate Ethan Pride said this was the second time there had been a competition in Horsham.
"The competition ran very smoothly - it was a nice, relaxed, country competition," he said.
"We had three regional competitions this year, in Horsham, Ballarat and Sale, but we are increasing the number of regional competitions each year."
Speedcubing competitions involve a range of categories, including fewest moves, one-handed, with feet, blindfolded, megamix, pyraminx and skewb.
"We are just people that have fun twisting plastic," Mr Pride said.
"People came from all over to the competition - we had six countries represented. Most people came from Melbourne, with a few locals as well."
Countries represented included Australia, China, Brazil, Spain, Vietnam and New Zealand.
Horsham's Oscar Watson won the 4x4x4 cube, with feet, pyraminx, and skewb categories.
Mr Pride said speedcubing competitions were completely run by volunteers.