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Cypriot student aims at breaking Guinness World Record for solving Rubik’s cube

Michael Eleftheriades is a 17-year old student from Cyprus who aims to break a Guinness World Record for solving the Rubik’s cube while being upside down in the fastest time.

Eleftheriades has managed to win 40 national records so far in his four-year engagement with this mental sport.

He recently solved the Rubik’s cube while being in an upside-down position in just 13.22 seconds!
The young Cypriot is now waiting for the World Guinness Record committee to approve his record, making him the holder of the fastest-solved Rubik’s cube while in an upside-down position.
Eleftheriades began playing with this cube four years ago, he was only 13 years old when he bought a cube from a kiosk. Since then, hours of practice and natural talent have made him one of the best Rubik cubes’ players in the world.

Source: greekreporter