PHOTO: Rubiks Cube world champion Feliks Zemdegs poses for a photo on July 31, 2013 in Melbourne, Australia.

Ever spent weeks or even years trying to solve the Rubik’s Cube?

Well, an Australian teen Feliks Zemdegs won the world title for the puzzle game in 5.695 seconds, according to the BBC.

The teen competed in the championships in São Paulo, Brazil and the video is impressive.

The crowd erupted in applause as he finished the cube.

The runner-up came in at just over 7 seconds.

Just FYI, this wasn’t the world record — Collin Burns previously accomplished the feat in just 5.25 seconds .


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