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Speedcubing Timeline

After the invention of the Rubik’s Cube in 1974 by a Hungarian professor named Erno Rubik, the Cube took off and gained a worldwide following. 

1974
Rubik's Cube invented by Hungarian Proffesor Erno Rubik

Rubik's Cube invented by Hungarian Professor Erno Rubik

1980
David Singmaster publishes the first layer by layer method

David Singmaster publishes the first layer by layer method

1982
The first Rubik's Cube World Championship in Budapest

The first Rubik's Cube World Championship in Budapest

1997
Jessica Fridrich's solving methos published online

Jessica Fridrich's solving methos published online

2003
World Championship resumes. Dan Knight wins with a time of 20.00 seconds

World Championship resumes. Dan Knight wins with a time of 20.00 seconds

2005
Jean Pons wins in Lake Buena Vista with a time of 15.10 seconds

Jean Pons wins in Lake Buena Vista with a time of 15.10 seconds

2007
Yu Nakajima wins The World Championship in Budapest with a time of 12.46 seconds

Yu Nakajima wins The World Championship in Budapest with a time of 12.46 seconds

2007
Thibaut Jacquinot

Thibaut Jacquinot claims the first sub-10 second solve at the Spanish Open

2009
Breandan Vallance wins in Dusseldorf with a time of 10.74 seconds

Breandan Vallance wins in Dusseldorf with a time of 10.74 seconds

2011
Michal Pleskowicz wins in Bangkok with a time of 8.65 seconds

Michal Pleskowicz wins in Bangkok with a time of 8.65 seconds

2013
Feliks Zemdegs wins in Las Vegas with a time of 8.18 seconds

Feliks Zemdegs wins in Las Vegas with a time of 8.18 seconds

2015
Rubik's Cube World Record 2015 Brazil

Feliks Zemdegs wins again at São Paulo with an average time of 7.56

2015
rubiks cube

Two World Records in one day, by two different people, at two different competitions. Collin Burns (5.21 seconds) & Keaton Ellis (5.09 seconds)

2015
etter 2015

Lucas Etter storms to take the crown with a 4.90 second solve

2016
valk 2016

Mats Valk breaks new boundaries with a 4.74 second solve

2016
feliks rubiks 2016

Feliks Zemdegs secures a 4.73 second solve

2017
erno rubik

Ernő Rubik launches the Rubik’s Cube Speedsolving Association (RCSA) to support the phenomenon of speedcubing

2017
max park 2017

Max Park wins the World Championship competition in Paris

2017
patrick ponce 2017

Patrick Ponce makes World Record history with a 4.69 solve at Rally in the Valley!

2017
Seung Beom

Seung Beom Cho sneaks in front of Patrick with a time of 4.59 seconds!

2017
rubiks cube record

Feliks Zemdegs ties with Seung Beom Cho's time of 4.59 seconds. Wowzers!

2018
Zemdegs2018

Feliks Zemdegs New World Record: 4.22 seconds!!!

Speed Cube

The Best Speed Cube Yet?

Speedcubing needs quick fingers and an even faster brain. Plus, of course, the right tools.

Speedcubes are different to regular Rubik’s cubes. They look the same – but a speed cube is lighter and easier to turn, making it faster to use. If you want to solve the Rubik’s Cube in your fastest possible time, then a speed cube is for you. It’ll take you to the next level of speedcubing – and introduce you to a new dimension of fun!