Mon. Mar 1st, 2021

Chris Mills speaks to BBC Breakfast after he won a title at the Rubik’s Cube World Cup.

the teenage engineering student , aged 18 and from East Hoathly, East Sussex, beat opponents from around the world in the re-scramble category.

This sees competitors presented with a solved cube, which they then have to match to a randomly-generated pattern.

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5 thoughts on “Meet teenage engineering student won a gold at the Rubik’s Cube World Cup – BBC News”
  1. Well you see what happened is because he is in Lockdown, with no drugs or pornography (allegedly) he had nothing to do, I mean it really is difficult to do those things with you parents around of course, anyway like a dog with a ball he just kept at it, wouldn’t give up you see he was committed, it’s all he could do to keep his mind of the fact the next door neighbour committed suicide

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