A 20-year-old Rubik’s cube expert has broken a Guinness World Record by solving 6,931 of the puzzles in 24 hours.
George Scholey livestreamed his attempt from a London hotel room as he took on the record for most rotating puzzle cubes solved in 24 hours.
Scholey’s new record easily passed the previous record of 5,800, which was set by Eric Limeback of Canada in 2013.
Scholey is the reigning cubing champion in Britain and is ranked as one of the top-rated speedcubers in the world by the World Cube Association.
Scholey said he was disappointed to not make it to 7,000.