Solving a Rubik’s Cube puzzle is not for everyone, which is the reason why only a select few get the chance to compete in the annual Rubik’s Cube World Championships in Sao Paolo, Brazil.
19-year old Aussie Feliks Zembegs destroyed all his opponents after solving a 3 x 3 x 3 Rubik’s Cube puzzle in 5.695 seconds.
He slams the puzzle cube on the mat and breathes out a sigh of relief after bagging the crown and defending his 2014 title. However, he fell short in beating current world record holder Collin Burns, who solved a Rubik’s Cube in just 5.25 seconds at a competition held at a Pennsylvania high school.
These guys are unreal.
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