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You in all probability do not recognise the title Que Jianyu, however you could recognise his work.
Any time a ridiculous Rubik’s dice feat has been accomplished, there is a good probability it was this Chinese language teenager who did it.
Earlier this month, on Guinness World Information (GWR) Day, he set information within the some extremely particular classes, together with one he created.
The 13-year-old set the quickest time to resolve three Rubik’s cubes concurrently with each arms and ft — a file that, maybe unsurprisingly, has by no means been tried earlier than — at 96.39 seconds.
He additionally broke the file for the quickest time to resolve a Rubik’s dice whereas hanging the other way up, doing so in 15.84 seconds to higher the earlier mark by greater than a second.
By comparability, the file for fixing a Rubik’s dice whereas upright is 4.22 seconds and really held by Aussie Feliks Zemdegs.
The inverted file was extra of a bodily feat than Jianyu anticipated, admitting he would wish to work on his leg and core power sooner or later.
Jubilation … Que Jianyu set two Rubik’s records on Guinness World Record Day. (Supplied: Guinness World Records)
That is removed from the primary time Jianyu’s dice completions have captured international consideration.
In 2015 he appeared on German tv program Superkids and solved a measly two Rubik’s dice together with his arms and ft.
However his piece de resistance got here final 12 months on Chinese language TV, when he solved three of the Hungarian puzzles … whereas juggling them.
Subsequent on the docket? Extra of the identical, however sooner.
“After I was youthful, I might hardly perceive what [having a] dream actually meant,” Jianyu instructed GWR.
“It’s Rubik’s cubes which have made my dream extra concrete, and I imagine that I’ve the facility to try for higher outcomes sooner or later.”