High schooler solves Rubik's Cube in a record 5.2 seconds

Pennsylvania high school student Collin Burns set a new world record for fastest time restoring a Rubik’s Cube by solving it in 5.25 seconds. The previous record stood at 5.55 seconds.

A representative from the World Cube Association told Mashable that “we can confirm that this is … the new official WCA world record for the 3x3x3 single solve category.” 

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