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One look at this video of a teenager solving a Rubik’s Cube in 5.77 seconds will blow your mind.

Via Mashable, Australian Feliks Zemdegs takes a quick once over at the cube, then snaps it into place, tossing it in what could be a considered an awesome drop-the-mic-like moment of triumph in this YouTube video.

The feat was accomplished during the Rubik’s Cube China Championship. You can follow all the scoreboards on the championship competitions held globally and the puzzle-solvers’ standings here.

The record of 5.25 seconds is still held by American Colin Burns, which you can see below:

 

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