World Record Singles for Every Current WCA Event

3×3 Single world Record

Yusheng Du holds the current world record for fastest time to solve a Rubik’s cube with a time of 3.47 seconds. The solve occurred at Wuhu Open 2018. He beat Feliks Zemdegs‘ previous record by 0.73 seconds.

2×2 single world record

Maciej Czapiewski holds the current world record for the fastest time to solve a 2x2x2 Rubik’s cube with a time of 0.49 seconds. The solve occurred at Grudziądz Open 2016. He beat
Rami Sbahi‘s previous record by 0.09 seconds.

4×4 single world record


Sebastian Weyer holds the current world record for the fastest time to solve a 4x4x4 Rubik’s Cube with a time of 17.42 seconds. The solve occurred at Danish Open 2019. He beat his own previous record by 0.83 seconds.

5×5 single world record

Max Park holds the current world record for the fastest time to solve a 5x5x5 Rubik’s Cube with a time of 36.06 seconds. The solve occurred at CubingUSA Western Championship 2019 which took place in Los Angeles, California. He beat his own previous record by 1.22 seconds.

6×6 single world record

Max Park also holds the current world record for the fastest time to solve a 6x6x6 Rubik’s Cube with a time of 1:13.82. The solve occurred at WCA Asian Championship 2018. He beat his previous record by 1.04 seconds.

7×7 Single world record

Max Park in addition holds the current world record for the fastest time to solve a 7x7x7 Rubik’s Cube with a time of 1:40.89. The solve occurred at CubingUSA Nationals 2019 which occurred in Baltimore, Marlyand. He beat his own previous record by 3.13 seconds.

3×3 Bld single world record

Max Hilliard holds the current world record for the fastest time to solve a 3x3x3 Rubik’s Cube blindfolded with a time of 15.50 seconds. The solve occurred at CubingUSA Nationals 2019. He beat Jack Cai‘s previous record by 0.72 seconds.

4×4 Bld single world record

Stanley Chapel holds the current world record for the fastest time to solve a 4x4x4 Rubik’s Cube blindfolded with a time of 1:02.51. The solve occurred at Michigan Cubing Club Epsilon 2019. He beat his previous record by 3.72 seconds.

5×5 Bld single world record

Stanley Chapel also holds the current world record for the fastest time to solve a 5x5x5 Rubik’s Cube blindfolded with a time of 2:21.62. The solve occurred at Michigan Cubing Club Epsilon 2019. He beat his own previous record by 17.17 seconds.

3×3 Fewest Move count single world record

Sebastiano Tronto holds the current world record for the fewest moves to solve a Rubik’s Cube with a count of 16 moves. The solve occurred at MC 2019. He beat
Mark Boyanowski‘s previous record by one move.

3×3 One handed single world record

Max Park holds the current world record for the fastest time to solve a Rubik’s Cube one handed with a time of 6.82. The solve occurred at Bay Area Speedcubin’ 20 2019. He beat Feliks Zemdegs‘ previous record by 0.06 seconds

3×3 with feet single world record

Daniel Rose-Levine holds the current world record for the fastest time to solve a Rubik’s Cube with feet with a time of 16.96 seconds. The solve occurred at CubingUSA Heartland Championship 2018. He beat Jakub Kipa‘s previous record of 3.61 seconds.

clock single world record

Suen Ming Chi holds the current world record for the fastest time to solve a clock puzzle with a time of 3.29 seconds. The solve occurred at GDSY Open 2019. He beat Yunhao Lou‘s previous record by 0.11 seconds.

megaminx single world record

Juan Pablo Huanqui holds the current world record for the fastest time to solve a megaminx with a time of 27.22 seconds. The solve occurred at La Tienda Cubera Christmas 2019. He beat his previous record by 0.61 seconds.

pyraminx single world record

Dominik Górny holds the current world record for the fastest time to solve a pyraminx with a time of 0.91 seconds. The solve occurred at Byczy Cube Race 2018. He beat Yulun Wu‘s previous time by 0.18 seconds.

skewb single world record


Andrew Huang holds the current world record for the fastest time to solve a skewb with a time of 0.93 seconds. The solve occurred at WCA World Championship 2019 which occurred in Melbourne, Victoria (Australia). He beat Jonatan Kłosko‘s previous record by 0.17 seconds.

Square-1 single world record

Jackey Zheng holds the current world record for the fastest time to solve a Square-1 with a time of 4.95 seconds. The solve occurred at Brooklyn 2019. He beat Tijmen van der Ree‘s previous record by 0.03 seconds.

3×3 multi bld single world record

Graham Siggins holds the current world record for the most Rubik’s Cubes solve while blindfolded solving 59/60 cubes in 59:46. The solve occurred at OSU Blind Weekend 2019. He beat his own previous record, solving 53/57 cubes in 58:31.

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