Most of us mere mortals can’t even solve a Rubik’s cube – at the very least it’d take us a bloody long time – but this young lad got the job done in less than six seconds!
Aussie teenager Feliks Zemdegs completed the complex task in just 5.69 seconds to win his second Rubik’s Cube World Championship in a row in Sao Paulo, Brazil, over the weekend.
His incredible time was just shy of the world record of 5.25 seconds held by American Collin Burns.
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Posted by SBS News on Monday, 20 July 2015
The win was also really nice as well. Because I won last time, I was sort of less nervous this time because I had already won one so that sort of helped a bit, but yeah it was obviously really cool.
This guy is basically a puzzle solving God. We salute you, Sir!