What is your favorite cubing memory? : Hangin out with Felik Zemdegs, Nahm Seung Hyuk and Cornelius Diekmann in Guangzhou China
Max started cubing at the age of 10 because his therapist thought it would be a good for his hands as he was suffering with fine motor skill problems and had trouble with daily tasks like opening up a soda bottle cap. In 2012, Max entered his first competition at Nisei Week where he finished 43rd. At his next competition, Max finished 1st place in the 6x6 event that launched his love for the world of speedcubing. In just 3 short years, Max has become a contender with some of the best cubers in the world. Max is currently home schooled and is particularly interested in computer binary code programming.