I wish. I love my Rubik's cube, but I haven't been able to pass 44 seconds, nor have I learnt the Friedrich method yet, although I'm getting there. I have no chance of ever landing well in a competition, considering I only started doing the cube some 10 months ago. My cube is stickerless and pretty smooth too, and I have one of those fancy ''hands on'' timers.
Also guys, can you recommend a good and smooth rubiks cube, along with something to oil it with?
My fastest time for the 3x3 (recorded) is 53 seconds, but that was in a Fredrich/Standard hybrid and it was a lucky one at that.
I have a 4x4 (Lanlan tiled ones are really good) and a 5x5, but I cannot do the edge error algorithms and just restart the cube until I get a way without the error.
I have never solved the Rubiks 360. It has no method. I just shake it around until the balls fall in the holes.