Feliks Zemdegs

Feliks Zemdegs (Tv Personality), born on December 20, 1995 in Melbourne, Australia. Feliks Zemdegs's age 22 years & Zodiac Sign Sagittarius, nationality Australian (by birth) & Race/Ethnicity is White. Let's check, How Tall is Feliks Zemdegs?

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  • Birth Name:Feliks Zemdegs
  • First Name: Feliks
  • Last Name: Zemdegs
  • Age: 22 years
  • Birth Date: December 20, 1995
  • Birth Place: Melbourne, Australia
  • Country: Australia
  • Nationality: Australian
  • Birth/Zodiac Sign: Sagittarius
  • Ethnicity: White
  • Eye Color: Dark brown
  • Hair Color: Dark brown
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    What does Feliks Zemdegs do now?

    Feliks Zemdegs – Senior Analyst, Portfolio Strategy – Future Fund | LinkedIn.

    Is Feliks Zemdegs the best?

    Feliks Aleksanders Zemdegs is an Australian speedcuber from Melbourne, Australia. Feliks is the first to ever hold single and average records in every event from 3×3 to 7×7. He is widely considered to be the most successful competitive speedcuber in history.

    Who is the best Cuber in the world?

    World RankingSpeedcuberTime (Average – best of three)1Ruihang Xu (许瑞航)5.48s2Feliks Zemdegs5.53s3Tymon Kolasiński5.54s4Yezhen Han (韩业臻)5.57s

    Who is the greatest speedcuber of all time?

    Feliks Zemdegs is arguably the best speedcuber of all time. With world-dominating skill across almost all events offered by the WCA, he is a powerful opponent for anybody who challenges his records.

    Feliks A. Zemdegs is an Australian Rubik’s Cube speedsolver. His surname is Latvian, and his maternal grandparents are from Lithuania. Zemdegs bought his first speedcube in April 2008 inspired by speedcubing videos and tutorials on YouTube. The first unofficial time he recorded was an average of 19.73 seconds on 14 June 2008. He currently uses CFOP to solve the 3x3x3, the Yau method to solve the 4x4x4, the CLL method to solve the 2x2x2, and the Reduction method for 5x5x5 through 7x7x7. Zemdegs won the 3x3x3 event at the first competition he attended, the New Zealand’s Champs 2009 on 18 July 2009, with an average of 13.74 seconds in the final round. He also won 2x2x2, 4x4x4, 5x5x5, 3x3x3 blindfolded, and 3x3x3 one-handed. At his next competition, the Melbourne Summer Open 2010 on 30 January 2010, Zemdegs set his first world records for 3x3x3 average and 4x4x4 average, with times of 9.21 seconds and 42.01 seconds respectively. He held the 3x3x3 average world record continuously from then until 23 April 2017, improving it 8 times, eventually to 6.45 seconds. The most world records he has ever held at one time was after a competition in Melbourne in May 2011, when he held all 12 records listed in the first 12 columns of the table below. As recently as 28 January 2017, he held 11 of those records concurrently.

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