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Ottawa-area teen sets one-handed Rubik's Cube world record

A 15-year-old boy from a small town outside of Ottawa, Ont., has set the world record for solving Rubik's Cubes using only one hand.

Antoine Cantin, from Clarence-Rockland, averaged 12.56 seconds in Toronto this past weekend

Antoine Cantin, 15, has set the world record for one-handed Rubik's Cube solving. 2:20
Antoine Cantin, 15, set the world record on Saturday for solving Rubik's Cubes with one hand. (Claude Cantin)
A 15-year-old boy from a small town outside of Ottawa, Ont., has set the world record for solving Rubik's Cubes using only one hand.

Antoine Cantin, from Clarence-Rockland, averaged 12.56 seconds at the Toronto Open Spring 2014 competition on Saturday.

Cantin solved five Rubik's Cubes, and the average was calculated after eliminating the fastest and slowest times.

Watch Cantin set the record by clicking here.

Antoine currently holds seven Canadian records. His family says he's planning on going to the world's largest Rubik's Cube competition in New Jersey this July.