Did you know this about Speed Cubes?
Speedcubing (also known as speedsolving or cubing) is a competitive sport that involves solving a variety of combination puzzles, the most well-known of which is the 3x3x3 puzzle (also known as the Rubik's cube), as quickly as possible
A person who competitively solves combination puzzles is called a speedcuber (when solved specifically focusing on speed), or a cuber
To solve most puzzles, the contestant has to perform a series of moves, called algorithms, that transform a scrambled puzzle into a solved state.
Competitive speedcubing is mainly regulated by the World Cube Association (WCA)
Currently, the WCA recognizes 17 speedcubing events: the cubic puzzles from the 2x2–7x7, the Pyraminx, Megaminx, Skewb, Square-1, and Rubik's Clock, as well as the 3x3, 4x4, and 5x5 Blindfolded, 3x3 One-handed, 3x3 Fewest Moves, and 3x3 Multi-blind.As of July 2023, the 3x3x3 world record single in competition is 3.13 seconds, set by Max Park at Pride in Long Beach 2023
The 3x3x3 world record for an average of five solves is 4.48 seconds, set by Yiheng Wang at Mofunland Cruise Open 2023.
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