This kid may only be 13 years old, but he is already breaking some astonishing world records.
Que Jianyu from Fujian, China just beat the Guinness World Record for the fastest time solving three Rubik’s cubes at once… while juggling.
Before Que started the attempt, he was given fifteen seconds to observe the patterns of the cubes. Then, once he started juggling, his hands moved almost too quickly to see the cube rotations.
The youngster beat the previous world record in just 5 minutes and 6.61 seconds. Though Que has been training for the last two years to beat the record on Zhejiang’s TV show iDream, he has been playing with Rubik’s cubes since he was 6 years old.
This is not the first time that Que has made headlines for his talents with the toy, either – he and his mentor Ye Jiaxi, who is also the president of the Xiamen Magic Association, also beat the world record for fastest time solving a Rubik’s cube between two people. The dynamic duo clocked in at 25.63 seconds, which was three seconds faster than the previous record.
“Que Jianyu has a great gift and talent on Rubik’s cube, which requires a lot of practice. This is very difficult for a child. Friends in the circle all call him a ‘little child prodigy’,” Ye Jiaxi told Guinness World Records.
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