Q&A: Speed Cuber Feliks Zemdegs on breaking 100 world records, success mantras and more

43 quintillion. That’s the total number of possible configurations on the original 3×3×3 Rubik’s Cube. Actually, 43,252,003,274,489,856,000 (that’s 43 quintillion, 252 quadrillion, 3 trillion, 274 billion, 489 million, 856 thousand configurations).Before you can count all the 17 numbers in the quintillion, Feliks Aleksanders Zemdegs would have solved the cube. Faster than anyone else in the world. Exactly 38 moves in 4.22 seconds. That’s how brisk Zemdegs is with Rubik’s in his hand. After all, he is the best Speed Cuber ever.Having broken more than 100 world records, Zemdegs, 24, is the only two-time Rubik’s Cube World Champion ever and holds the 3×3 world record average. A Sagittarius and Melbourne resident, Zemdegs (also known as Faz) currently uses Gan 356 XS cube as his hardware of choice for competitions. He laughs off his old love for the alto saxophone and his ability to juggle 4 balls and do some 3 ball tricks. He calls them ‘outdated’ and now lists golf and running as his favourite hobbies. He dropped out of his Mechanical Engineering degree course at the University of Melbourne and now works for the Australian Government in investments.Close Just before the July 29 premiere of Netflix’s documentary The Speed Cubers… Read full this story

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