Australia's Feliks Zemdegs was reigning champion with an average solve of 7.56 seconds

Rubik’s Cube World Championships results announced

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.

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