How long does it take you to solve a Rubik's Cube?

Teenager Collin Burns just set a new world record on Saturday by solving it in 5.25 seconds during the final round of a Rubik's Cube competition. 

Burns was competing at an official event held by the World Cube Association (WCA) at Central Bucks West High School in Doylestown, PA.

According to Mashable, a representative from the WCA confirmed that Burns broke the record and the information will be soon uploaded to the official database. 

Mats Valk, from the Netherlands, held the previous record of solving the 3x3x3 cube in just 5.55 seconds.

Watch the video above to see Burns work his magic on the colorful cube. 

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