KOMPAS.com – Solve the cube rubik is not an easy thing. Many people who try to complete it lose their temper or interest after failing repeatedly.
However, a boy named Jayadharshan Venkatesan from Chennai, India managed to break the game with incredible speed.
In fact, not only was he able to complete the Rubik’s Cube in seconds, but he did so while riding a bicycle, earning him a Guinness World Record.
Guinness World Records also shared a video of Jayadharshan on Instagram saying that he completed the Rubik’s Cube in just 14.32 seconds.
The video also shows Jayadharshan riding a bicycle and solving the Rubik’s Cube with both hands. Then, immediately after completing the challenge, he raised his hand.
“speed cubing on a bike in just 14.32 seconds by Jayadharshan Venkatesan (of India),” according to Guinness World Records in the joint caption.
Guinness World Records added that Jayadharshan practiced his Rubik’s Cube solving ability for two years until he was convinced he was capable of earning the title.
The video, uploaded to social media, was seen by 262,000 views and several comments congratulated the boy.
“Surprised at his young age but was able to finish the dice game quickly while riding his bike through some practice,” wrote one commenter.
“It’s fun to do, but the combination of activities people do to break the world record is just amazing,” said another user who also shared a comment.
Two years ago, another person from Chennai also set a world record by solving the most Rubik’s cubes underwater.
Illayaram Sekar entered the Guinness World Records by solving six Rubik’s Cubes. He spent 2 minutes and 17 seconds underwater, beating the previous record of five Rubik’s Cubes broken underwater.
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