Australian Teen Wins 2015 Rubik’s Cube World Championship in 5.695 Seconds

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Australian Teen Wins 2015 Rubik’s Cube World Championship in 5.695 Secondsby Roxy-Publishingon.Australian Teen Wins 2015 Rubik’s Cube World Championship in 5.695 Seconds19-year-old Feliks Zemdegs just won his second Rubik’s Cube World Championship title in a row Australia is looking into reports one of its teen was fighting alongside ISIL and carried out a suicide bombing in Iraq. The deadly attack happened in Ramadi this week. Australia’s Foreign Minister says that, if confirmed, the teenager would be […]

19-year-old Feliks Zemdegs just won his second Rubik’s Cube World Championship title in a row

Australia is looking into reports one of its teen was fighting alongside ISIL and carried out a suicide bombing in Iraq. The deadly attack happened in Ramadi this week. Australia’s Foreign Minister says that, if confirmed, the teenager would be yet another young Australian caught in the terror organization’s web. CCTV’s Greg Navarro reported this story from Sydney.
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  1. Rafael ReyesDecember 16, 2015 at 10:13 am

    The 5.69 solve time along with the slowest time were actually thrown out of the 5-solve average of the round (standard WCA procedure), and the score is based on the average of the remaining three solves. Zemdegs won the title because he scored the lowest average of the final round- so the fact that news threads keep reporting as if that one solve earned him the title is incorrect.