The final cut of the footage taken at the Rubik’s Cube World Championship 2017, held at the Dock Pullman, Paris, from Thursday 13 July to Sunday 16 July, is now available.
The championship, which saw 1,100 competitors from 67 countries assemble to crack the iconic puzzle, was won by speedcuber Max Park from San Diego, CA, with a blistering solving average of 6.85 seconds.
On a dramatic final day of competition, the American surpassed the score of Seung Hyuk Nahm of Korea by a mere 0.17 seconds. Third place was taken by a second American, Lucas Etter, with an average solve time of 7.24 seconds.
The top ten speedcubing competitors were all within two seconds of each other, as shown below:
Ordered by name, best single solve (seconds), average solve time (seconds) and nationality.
1 Max Park --- 5.87 --- 6.85 --- United States