These are some speedcubing websites. There not for complete beginners, but can help people who want to get faster. Many of these pages have lists of algorithms for more advanced method.
- Speedcubing.com - Lots of speedcubing information and unofficial world record lists.
- World Cube Association - Home of the WCA, the offical holder of competitions and records. It has the official rankings lists.
- Cubefreak - Shotaro "Macky" Makisumi set the former world record of 12.11, and was the first person to average sub-15 in a competition. He is still very fast. Lots of speedcubing tips and info.
- Jessica Fridrich's site - Jessica invented a very popular speedcubing method that is very fast.
- Dan's Cubestation - Dan Harris is the current UK record holder. He holds the weekly Fewest Move Challenge.
- Lar's Vandenbergh's Cubezone - He is the current Belgium record holder, and the world record holder for the square-1.
- Bob Burton's Rubik's Cube Page - Bob is the American record holder of the Rubik's Magic.
- Lars Petrus's site - Lars invented his own way of solving the cube, and finished 4th in the first world championships.
- Gilles and His Cubes - Gilles made his own method and can average under 15 seconds with it. He has made some really amusing and random cube videos.
- Stefan Pochmann's Cube Corner - Stefan has his own way of solving the Rubik's Cube blindfolded. There's a lot of other stuff on his site too.
- Jon's Rubiks's Cube Page - Jon is really fast. He won the US Nationals of 2004 and was named the US Champion. (Actually he was second, Macky, who won first place, was not a US citizen so he could not get that title.)
- stiff_hands cube page - Olly has many many many tips of speedcubing and a great section on how to solve the cube blindfolded.
- StrangePuzzle.com- Chris Hunt's site lets people upload videos of themselves solving the cube or other puzzles. There are some really fast ones. Check it out!