Top 10 Rubik’s Clock Speed Clockers sinngles 2016

Records Included

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1 Nathaniel Berg 3.73 Sweden Danish Open 2015
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2 Evan Liu 4.61 USA Exeter Open 2016
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3 Niko Ronkainen 4.81 Finland Doge Open 2016 (

4 Wojciech Knott 4.88 Poland Hungarian Nationals 2016
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5 Jurgens Filiaggi 4.91 Venezuela ULA Rubiks 2016

6 Yunho Nam 5.19 Korea Good Cube Show Korea 2015

7 Daniel Wallin 5.20 Sweden Danish Open 2016
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8 Zijia Feng 5.20 China Shantou Open 2015
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9 Hubert Hanusiak 5.24 PolandPolish Championship 2015
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10 Ilya Tsiareshka 5.26 Belarus MCO 2016

Rubik’s Cube World Records

1 – Rubik’s Cube – Lucas Etter – 4.90
2 – 4×4 Cube – Feliks Zemdegs – 21.54
3 – 5×5 Cube – Feliks Zemdegs – 44.83
4 – 2×2 Cube – Maciej Czapiewski – 0.49
5 – 6×6 Cube – Kevin Hays – 1:33.55
6 – Rubik’s Cube: One-handed – Feliks Zemdegs – 6.88
7 – Rubik’s Cube: With feet – Jakub Kipa – 20.57
8 – Rubik’s Cube: Blindfolded – Kaijun Lin – 21.05
9 – 4×4 Cube: Blindfolded – Oliver Frost – 2:02.75
10 – Rubik’s Cube: Multiple Blindfolded – Marcin Kowalczyk – 41/41 54:14
11 – Pyraminx -Drew Brads – 1.32
12 – Megaminx – Nicolas Naing – 35.94
13 – Rubik’s Clock – Nathaniel Berg – 3.73
14 – Rubik’s Cube: Fewest moves – Tim Wong,Marcel Peters – 19
15 -Square 1 – Tommy Szeliga – 6.84
16 – 7×7 Cube – Feliks Zemdegs – 2:23.55
17 – Skewb – Jonatan Kłosko – 1.10
19 – 5×5 Cube: Blindfolded – 5:01.85 – Roman Strakhov

Records

Single time: The current world record for single time on a 3×3×3 Rubik’s Cube was set by lucas etter of the USA in november 2015 with a time of 4.90 seconds done at River Hill Fall 2015 in Clarksville, Maryland

Average time: The world record for average time per solve was set by Feliks Zemdegs at the Melbourne Cube Day 2013, with a 6.54 second average solve time.

One-handed solving: The fastest single time of solving the cube with one hand is 6.88 seconds by Feliks Zemdegs at the Canberra Autumn 2015. The fastest average time of 10.87 seconds was made by Antoine Cantin

Feet solving: Jakub Kipa solved a Rubik’s Cube with his feet in 20.57 seconds at the Radomsko Cube Theory 2015.

Blindfold solving: The record for blind solving is held by Kaijun Lin of China, who solved a cube blindfolded in 21.05 seconds (including memorization) at China Championship 2015

Multiple blindfold solving: The record is held by Marcin Kowalczyk of Poland, who successfully solved 41 of 41 cubes blindfolded at the SLS Swierklany 2013.

Fewest moves solving: Tim Wong(USA) and Marcel Peters(Germany) holds the record of 19 moves .

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43 Comments

KC

June 2, 2020

Eww Clock

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Soccer Gaming123

June 2, 2020

My pb for the clock is I don’t have a clock

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NESHALAN FIGHTER MAX PRO

June 2, 2020

I eternity

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Sameer Jatana

June 2, 2020

1.22 seconds!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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LLCwr41th

June 2, 2020

What brand are they using, mine is real crap.

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Critlent

June 2, 2020

Clock PB Is 10.364

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NaluXV1

June 2, 2020

avg is 9.8 and single is 6.03

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Eetu Kajan

June 2, 2020

Hey finland!! Niko Ronkainen are in list

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Silas the Champion

June 2, 2020

My clock PB is 3 minutes
Because.. i use a simulator

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Noah Engel

June 2, 2020

2 hours

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Lim Wee Beng

June 2, 2020

haha one day

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Raghav Kamath

June 2, 2020

Rip clock record you have been beaten by 3×3 record with 3.47 now

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Gaming with Everyone

June 2, 2020

1,98s

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SYED ALI AJWAD RAZA

June 2, 2020

My pb for 3x3x3 is 34.5. Still learning a lot of new algs.
My favorite cubers are Feliks and #.

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Luis lopez

June 2, 2020

mi PB 4.97 :v

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捷姊

June 2, 2020

要破世界記錄可能難了,因為第一名的成績遠遠超越了上一屆的冠軍

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The Degrodants

June 2, 2020

Ооооо Илья Тсиарешка он уже успел саб 5 сделать))

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kaviyamudan ramesh

June 2, 2020

7 seconds

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CGC

June 2, 2020

my best was 5.11

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Ft T

June 2, 2020

My son was practicin and got 3.728

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Ft T

June 2, 2020

Nathaniel Berg

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DUX ROMANORUM

June 2, 2020

My best time is 0,000000000000000001 seconds

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Tee Evon

June 2, 2020

Where's my 3.967

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vivek gupta

June 2, 2020

My record is 7.165

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Cos Its 167

June 2, 2020

I was given one of these as a kid. I just looked at it occasionally. It had a nice weight to it.

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Linda Allan

June 2, 2020

How to break in a clock
1.push the pins down and up 71727 times
2.slide the wheels 617881 times
3.why are you still reading this?

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Eenie Games

June 2, 2020

no

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Sednas

June 2, 2020

Eyy I met Evan Liu

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AIRLINE 101

June 2, 2020

3.38 seconds

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Haardik Sagar

June 2, 2020

0.59 mili second

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Alyssa Yu

June 2, 2020

Could you please update the rankings now? I wanna see new people on the list! :3 Thanks~!

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Beem

June 2, 2020

Mah best was 1:38

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Anang _Tan

June 2, 2020

My time is 8.12

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Chander Moorjani

June 2, 2020

My personal best is 3.53 and my average is 7 seconds

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X kid Gaming xD

June 2, 2020

My personal best is

Let's calculate…

About a year

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Asha's Inventions

June 2, 2020

like 28 sec

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fitz 01

June 2, 2020

acutal first place
me
3:34
(no video)

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grace john ariffin

June 2, 2020

R.I.P chair

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Janiru Rathnapriya

June 2, 2020

My average is… oh wait, I don't have a clock. I can't find out the time it took me to solve it

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PRO GUY

June 2, 2020

3.36 seconds

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CUBE COLLECTOR 25

June 2, 2020

i don't have a clock oh wait it's on the wall

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william deng

June 2, 2020

worst invention of all time

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Baconerd

June 2, 2020

i wonder… who the hell even does the clock

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