By Sarah Begley
July 21, 2015

Australian teen Feliks Zemdegs is once again the winner of the Rubik’s Cube World Championships, solving a standard 3x3x3 puzzle in less than six seconds at the competition in São Paolo, Brazil.

Zemdegs defended his 2014 title, but his time of 5.695 seconds did not beat the current world record: American teenager Collin Burns still holds onto that glory with a solve time of 5.25 seconds. Burns did not compete at the World Championships in Brazil.

Watch how Zemdegs unscrambled the cube in under six seconds:

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