This weekend saw São Paulo, Brazil, host the Rubik’s Cube World Championship, where Feliks Zemdegs was the reigning champion.
At Colégio Etapa, a school in the centre of São Paulo, Zemdegs of Australia was announced the winner with an average time of 7.56 seconds, winning the championship trophy and a selection of Rubik’s Cube prizes.
Feliks also performed the fastest Single Solve of the competition in 5.60 seconds.
Zemdegs won by a margin of one second, narrowly beating Mats Valk of the Netherlands who finished with an average time of 8.56 seconds.
Top five in 3 x 3 Rubik’s Cube final:
- Feliks Zemdegs, Australia: 7.56 seconds
- Mats Valk, Netherlands: 8.56 seconds
- Jakub Kipa, Poland: 8.63 seconds
- Michal Pleskowicz, Poland: 8.82 seconds
- Sayed Mohammad Hossein, Israel: 8.82 seconds
To see Zemdegs achieve his world championship, click here.