Clarence-Rockland has its world record holder. In speedcubingcompetition, no one has ever solved a Rubik's cube one-handed faster than Antoine Cantin. The 15 year old cuber did the exploit in only 12.56 second time, to obtain the record this past weekend in Toronto.
That record represents the average of the 5 scrambles Antoine had to solve during that round: out the 5 solves, the fastest and slowest times are ignored; the average of the remaining three is the official time: 12.56 seconds. His fastest time recorded in that round was10.63 seconds. For almost a year, Antoine has been in the top-5 in the world for that event. He became second in the world last November, and then went down to third when Feliks Zemdegs beat his time. Saturday, Antoine beat the world record by more than a tenth of a second.
That world record was achieved during the Toronto Open Spring 2014 speedcubing competition, on April 26, 2014. The competition held 8 different events and more than a hundred competitors. Antoine won a top-3 certificate in each of the eight events.
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