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Teen solves Rubik’s Cube in under six seconds, is probably a god

Our own unfinished Rubik's Cubes are green with envy.

 

Michelle Jaworski

Internet Culture

Posted on Jul 21, 2015   Updated on May 28, 2021, 7:53 am CDT

Most of us couldn’t complete a Rubik’s Cube without cheating, but Feliks Zemdegs did it in just six seconds, an almost godlike record for such a complex task.

The Australian teen won his second Rubik’s Cube World Championship in a row in Sao Paulo, Brazil, over the weekend, completing a 3x3x3 cube in 5.69 seconds, just under the world record.

His moves are practically seamless, and the video certainly has us looking over at our own Rubik’s Cubes with envy.

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His sigh of relief after completing the task is one well-deserved sound.

“The win was also really nice as well,” Zemdegs said. “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.”

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*First Published: Jul 21, 2015, 10:02 am CDT