A 20-year-old Indian sets world record by solving puzzle underwater
On 20th May 2019, a 20-year-old Indian named Chinmay Prabhu has attempted a record of both physical and mental skill by solving nine pyraminx puzzles while holding his breath underwater in Mumbai. He has made it to the Guinness World Records by completing the feat in just one minute and 48 seconds.
The Guinness World Records website has documented the record as the 'Most Pyraminx(Rubik's cube) solved underwater. He has been solving Rubik's Cube puzzles since 2015 and now he owns nearly 80 different types of cubes and has attended around 12 national cubing competitions.
In 2017, he made it to Limca Book of Records for solving a mirror cube, which has the same color on all sides but needs to be brought into a cube's shape blindfolded. (Source: CGTN)
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