A thirteen-year-old teenager set a World Record by solving three Rubik’s cubes simultaneously using both hands and feet. He achieved this feat in just 1 minute and 39 seconds.
Que Jianyu from Xiamen, China, also created a record by becoming the fastest to solve a Rubik’s cube upside down, managing the feat in 15.84 seconds. When asked about the most difficult part of his upside down attempt, Que said he would need to strengthen his legs for such tricks in the future.
Que further said Rubik’s cubes had changed his way of thinking and allowed him to make more friends. He has been playing Rubik’s cube since he was six years old.
Earlier this year, he featured on the Guinness World Records’ channels for solving three Rubik’s cubes whilst juggling in a record time (5 minutes 6.61 seconds) and also for being the fastest to solve a Rubik’s cube by a team of two (25.63 seconds).
Que, who is believed to be a master of Rubik’s cubes, said, “Guinness World Records is a fair platform for challengers from all over the world. Once you set up your mind and you can accomplish anything.”