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Duquesne student breaks North American Rubuk’s Cube record |

Duquesne student breaks North American Rubuk’s Cube record

| Tuesday, December 21, 2010 12:00 p.m

Duquesne University senior Dan Cohen broke his own North American record in the Rubik’s Cube 4×4 speedcubing competition at a tournament in Jersey City, N.J.

The Allentown native on Saturday solved five 4×4 cubes with an average time of 43.15 seconds for each cube, besting the standard of 43.76 seconds he set in August at the U.S. Nationals in Cambridge, Mass.

The world 4×4 average record of 35.80 seconds is held by Australian teen Feliks Zemdegs, according to the World Cube Association.

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