The winner of the first Reynolds Cup, Reinhard Kleeberg, volunteered to organized the second Reynolds Cup competition in 2004. Funding for the second competition was primarily from the TU Bergakademie Freiberg, German Research Council, and IUCr CPD. The winner was Dipo Omotoso of Natural Resources Canada, orgon, Alberta. In second place was Douglas McCarty of Chevron, Houston, USA and tied for third were Stephen Hillier of the Macaulay Institute, Scotland and Michael Plotze of IGT Claylab, ETH Zurich, Switzerland. Results of the competition were published in the 2005 IUCr CPD newsletter 30.