The fastest time to solve a Rubik's Cube blindfolded

The fastest time to solve a Rubik's Cube blindfolded
Charlie Eggins learned how to solve a Rubik’s cube in 2019 at the age of 10, using his dad’s bluetooth connected cube called the GoCube. Charlie entered his first competition in December 2019. He has since started a YouTube channel, ‘Swift Cubing’, and learned how to solve many other size and shape puzzles, including solving various sized cubes blindfolded.


In July 2022, at just 13 years old, he broke his first Australian and Oceanic records in his favourite event - 3x3 Blindfolded.


Charlie then broke his own records for single and average solves multiple times for the remainder of the year, his current records stand at:


• Australian (and Oceanic) records for 3x3 Blindfolded (Single Solve) - 14.26 seconds (World Rank #2) at the Oceanic Championships in Melbourne.


• 3x3 Blindfolded (Average - Mean of 3 Solves) - 16.45 seconds (World Rank #3) at the Australian Nationals in Perth WA.


• Australian (and Oceanic) records for 3x3x3 Blindfolded (Single Solve) – 13.71 seconds (World Rank #2) at Northside Christian College for Please Be Quiet Brisbane 2023.


• Australian (and Oceanic) records for seconds (World Rank #3) at Northside Christian College, for Please Be Quiet Brisbane 2023. 

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