ABOUT FELIKS ZEMDEGS
Feliks Zemdegs is an Australian young guy who made a
world record in solving Rubik’s cube. He is considered to be the most
successful and greatest speedcuber of all time. He was born and bought in
Melbourne, Australia. Feliks
Zemdegs height is
CURRENT PERSONAL RECORDS IN SPEEDCUBER
Feliks Zemdegs gain more than 200 gold medals and
break almost 78 cube world records in the category of-
3*3 Average WR NO.1,
3*3 One-handed average WR no.1.
4*4 Average WR NO.2,
5*5 average WR NO.1,
6*6 AVERAGE WR NO.1,
7*7 AVERAGE WR NO.1
Megaminx average we no.3.
He won the first competition
he attended during New Zealand’s championship held in July 2009 with an
average of 13.74s in the final round.
He also had an expert in all categories blindfolded as
well as one-handed match.
He also broke the 3*3 world record which was created
by Erik with a single of 7.08s at the Melbourne cube day in the year 2010, then
renewed the world again at the kubaroo open in 2011 with a single of 6.24s. Later
in the year 2011, he again breaks a record in the single of 5.66s.
REENT WORLD RECORDS OF FELIKS ZEMDEGS
CATEGORY OF SINGLES
Make first world record of 7.03s in
the category of singles on 3*3*3 Melbourne cube day in the year 2010 on 13th
November while the latest world record of 4.22s cube for Cambodia in the year
2018 on 6th May.
The next record in the singles category
of 2*2*2 is 35.55s In New Zealand champs in the year 2010 on 10th
July. While the latest world record is 2.12s on Melbourne cube day in the year
2010 dated 13th November.
The next record of the singles category
in 5*5*5 is1:02.93 in Australian nationals in the year 2010 held on 4-5
September while the latest world record is 1:20:03 in the world championship in
the year 2017 held on 13-16 July.
SUCCESS MANTRAS OF SPEED CUBER FELIKS ZEMDEGS ON
BREAKING 100 WORLD RECORDS
Feliks Zemdegs said that the total number of possible
configurations on the original 3*3*3 Rubik’s cube is 43 quintillion, 252
quadrillions, 3 trillion, 274 billion, 489 million, 856 thousand configurations.
The most interesting part of the story is before you
count all the 17 numbers in the quintillion, Feliks Aleksanders Zemdegs would
have solved the cube. Exactly 38 fucking moves in only 4.22 seconds. The broken
records prove it right for the world championship ever and hold a 3*3 world record
average. He calls them outdated and now lists golf and running as his favourite
hobbies. He dropped out of his mechanical engineering degree course at the
University of Melbourne and works for the Australian government in investment.
Just before releasing of Netflix documentary the speedcubers featuring zemdegs
and max park, rubik’s cube world champion he talks of the beginnings of his
speed cubing journey. The techniques and methods of being a super speed cuber
and his current life.
Feliks Zemdegs always said that speed cubing is not
extremely difficult, anyone can learn and easily how to solve it and anyone
can learn speedcubing techniques and the latest methods. Since from beginning it
has given me enormous number of opportunities to travel around the world and
compete with different players and gain a lot of experience and skills regarding
solving of speedcuber.
He also attended university in a very
professional manner and interact with many types of students from all over the world.
Absolutely, that hard work can be very rewarding and
lead to great things. Nothing will come easy during human life.