How fast can you solve a Rubik’s Cube? The reigning world champ did it in 5.695 seconds — that’s a decimal point, not a comma.
It’s the second time the Australian has taken the title and Zemdegs said winning it before prevented him from being as nervous in this year’s competition.
Believe it or not, Zemdegs’ time wasn’t fast enough to set a new record — that’s still 5.25 seconds flat.
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