For the majority of ordinary people, it takes many hours to figure out the Rubik's Cube. If you're like Heidi Klum,

If you are frustrated, you could decide to rearrange or rearrange the colored cube's sticker anger. However, the same cannot be said of California residents Ethan Jan.

The student at high school was able to set the Guinness World Record for solving the puzzle piece in a recording time of 8.91 seconds, while upside down!


Ethan is a 17-year-old senior in high school who is from Redlands, California. He started solving Rubik's Cubes in the fourth grade.

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When he introduced himself to the judges from 'AGT, Ethan revealed that it took him only one week to master the art of solving the difficult puzzle.

Through the years, Ethan began including showmanship in solving the cubes so that it could be more fun.

To solving the puzzle hanging upside down, to playing with the cubes and working on the puzzle, Ethan has plenty of tricks to play with in his pocket.

"AGT" seems like the teenager is ready to become a major name in the near future. When Ethan first took to the stage and announced his goal was to solve Rubik's Cubes to prepare for his audition

The judges were undoubtedly disappointed. He gave a cube to all the judges then asked them to arrange the cube in a way they liked.

Ethan showed off his unique skills in solving the cubes riding on a bike as well as juggling and solving the cubes with his head towards them, not just looking to the cubes!