This Saturday, a 22-year-old Australian managed to break the record for the fastest time a person took to Solve a Rubik cube. Feliks Zemdegs calls himself a professional speedcuber, as he solved the cube in only 4.22 seconds. He beat his own record he established in 2017, the one of 4.59 seconds.
Zemdegs broke his own record at solving a Rubik cube
This weekend, Melbourne hosted a special ‘speedcubing’ event where people had to solve a Rubik cube as quickly as possible. The event, called Cube for Cambodia, welcomed a huge number of speedcubers who have earned different records over time. Among the participants, there was Feliks Zemdegs, the owner of the previous record.
So far, Zemdegs has held a series of other records. The average time he took for five solves of the Rubik cube was 5.8 seconds, and he earned this record in 2017. Also, the fastest time for one single solve was 4.59 seconds. Now, he managed to break his own record. He finished solving a 3x3x3 Rubik cube in only 4.22 seconds.
Zemdegs is a well-known speedcuber with thousands of followers and subscribers
The 22-year-old man offered no chance to the other participants. His impressive performance was caught on tape and it shows him sitting among other people and handling the Rubik cube. With swift moves, he moved all the colored squares until each face of the cube had one single color. Before you could see what he was doing, he was already reaching for the timer to slam it down.
People were somehow expecting Zemdegs to win. The speedcuber is one of the most important members of the World Cube Association. This brought him a huge number of fans who watch his competitions and his videos. On YouTube, he gathered around 300,000 subscribers, while on Facebook, over 90,000 people follow him.
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