Most of us can’t solve a Rubik’s Cube to save a life, let alone finish the puzzle in seconds.
Australian speedcuber Feliks Zemdegs certainly makes it look easy, especially when he broke the Rubik’s Cube world record (again) at the Cube for Cambodia competition in Melbourne, Australia on Sunday.
Zemdegs, who had previously held the world record, managed to solve a Rubik’s Cube at a frighteningly quick 4.22 seconds, beating a record of 4.59 which was both held by Feliks and South Korea’s SeungBeom Cho.
Correction: A previous version of this article stated that Patrick Ponce was the previous record holder, when it was both Feliks and Cho who simultaneously held the record. Read more…
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