Teenager claims victory at Rubik's Cube World Championships

 

Tuesday 30 July 2013 17:04
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A teenager from Australia has become the Rubik's Cube speedsolver World Champion after he completed the puzzle in under eight seconds.

Feliks Zemdegs, 17, from Melbourne was taking part the competition in Las Vegas over the weekend and managed to figure out the puzzle in 7.36 seconds.

However he did not break the world record which is held by Mats Valk of the Netherlands. Valk broke the record back in March by completing the cube in just 5.55 seconds.

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