15-year-old smashes world record for solving Rubik's Cube
An awesome video of 15-year-old Patrick Ponce who on Saturday smashed the world record for the fastest time to solve a Rubik's cube.
Ponce, who was competing at the Rally in the Valley tournament in Middletown, Virginia, solved the cube in just 4.69 seconds.
In the video of the impressive feat, Ponce drops the solved cube to stop the clock and can barely believe his eyes when he looks at the time.
When the other competitors realise what Ponce has just done, the whole hall erupts with excitement.
The previous record was held by an Australian named Feliks Zemdegs, with a time of 4.73 seconds.
Ponce has been "cubing" for more than five years.