2002 days ago,
The official WCA Rubik’s Cube Single World record was broken on the River Hill Fall 2015 competition which was held in Clarksville, Maryland (USA) on the 21st of November 2015. Keaton Ellis broke the World Record of Collin Burns (5.25) first, with an amazing 5.09 result but since Lucas Etter beat this time at the same competition on the same day, this one never counted as a record. To be more precise, there were 3 WRs in one day. Collin Burns broke his own record with 5.21, but this one turned out to be a misscramble, and he got an extra attempt. After that followed Keaton Ellis with 5.09 and finally Lucas Etter with 4.90. Lucas Etter is now officially the new World Record holder for the Rubik’s Cube single with a 4.90 solution time.