Rubik’s Cube solved in seven seconds

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Australian boy Feliks Zemdengs has won the 2013 Rubik’s Cube World Championship after completing the puzzle in the event’s fasted time of 7.36 seconds. The three-day event at Las Vegas saw scores of competitors battling it out for the $3,000 prize.

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