🌪️ “Cubinado!” 🏆 Max Park, the Puzzle Whizz Kid, Destroys Rubik’s Cube World Record in Flash! ⚡️

🚀Max Park, our resident cubing overlord, has rocketed past the old record to solve a 3x3x3 Rubik’s cube in a brain-melting 3.13 seconds! His victory was so insane, some were brought to tears 😭. Who knew twisty-turny cubes could cause such high drama?

Hold on to your socks, folks, because the cubing world is losing its collective mind!💥 Max Park, an all-out puzzle-slaying, record-smashing prodigy from the good ol’ USA, has made the impossible possible. Max has blasted past the previous speedcubing world record by solving a 3x3x3 Rubik’s Cube in a face-melting, heart-stopping 3.13 seconds. Just think about it – in less time than it takes to say, “Wait, what?!” Max can turn a scrambled jumble of colours into a perfectly aligned little cube of joy. 🔥🌈🔥

The 21-year-old cubing champ was at the Pride in Long Beach 2023 event in California when he made this titanic achievement. As the cube fell into place, so did the jaws of everyone watching. 😮 It was a moment of pure, unadulterated cube magic that had the crowd erupting in cheers like a popped champagne bottle at a wedding. 🍾🎉

As described by Max’s father, Schwan Park, “The atmosphere was electric. Everybody knew that he had broken the record, and I think partially everybody was in shock.” 😲 Sure, we’ve all been there, right? Just your regular day breaking international records and turning the world of cubing on its head. No biggie!

The real question is, though: where were you when Max shattered the cubing glass ceiling? 🤔

But hold up, because this isn’t Max’s first rodeo. He’s been in the cube game for a hot minute, and he’s not just taking the 3x3x3 record for a spin. This king of cubes already holds the single solve and average solve world records for the 4x4x4 cube, 5x5x5 cube, 6x6x6 cube and 7x7x7 cube. In short, if it’s a cube and it’s colorful, Max is gonna solve it before you can blink.👀

Max shot to fame after his appearance in the 2020 Netflix documentary, The Speed Cubers, and he’s been a crowd favorite since. Fans worldwide were elated with his new record, with some even shedding tears of joy. I mean, who wouldn’t be moved to see such an inspiring champ dominating his sport? 🌍🥇👏

Max’s journey is as unique as his talents. Diagnosed with autism at the age of two, Max’s parents encouraged him to play with Rubik’s Cubes to help develop his fine motor skills. Little did they know, they were fostering the talents of a future world record holder. The cubing competitions even aided Max’s social development by teaching him valuable skills like taking turns and understanding social cues. 🎲🧩🌟

Now, think about this: how many of us picked up a Rubik’s Cube, scrambled it, tried to solve it, and then, frustrated, tossed it aside? 🙋‍♂️🙋‍