News ID: 272518
Published: 0808 GMT August 05, 2020

Indian man attempts to break Guinness World Record by solving most Rubik’s cubes underwater

Indian man attempts to break Guinness World Record by solving most Rubik’s cubes underwater
UPI
25-year old Illayaram Sekar successfully solved six Rubik’s cubes in 2.17 minutes underwater.

25-year-old Illayaram Sekar has attempted to break the Guinness World Record of solving most Rubik’s cubes underwater in a single breath.

Sekar successfully solved six Rubik’s cubes in 2.17 minutes against the previous record of five Rubik’s cube solved underwater in 2014.

After attempting Guinness World Record for solving most Rubik’s cube underwater in a single breath, Illayaram Sekar said, “I finally broke the record after six years. I am the first person to attempt this record in Asia. I am working in a school currently in Chennai.”

“I want to inspire my students to do more. Pandemic will come and go but our mind and spirit should reach a higher level to face anything in life.”

While solving the 3D combination puzzle Rubik’s cube one has to get even colors on each side of the cube.

 
   
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