Antoine Cantin can solve a Rubik's Cube in under 11 seconds
16-year-old Antoine Cantin can solve a Rubik's Cube - with one hand - in under 11 seconds
Antoine Cantin, 16, from Rockland, Ont., can solve a Rubik's Cube with one hand in under 11 seconds and he'll share some tips and tricks on CBC's Our Ottawa this week.
In April at the Toronto Open Spring 2015 Rubik's Cube competition, Cantin solved a Rubik's Cube, one-handed, with an average time of 10.87 seconds.
This week on Our Ottawa, Lucy van Oldenbarneveld speaks with Cantin about his new record and he demonstrates how he did it.
Cantin will travel to South America for the World Championships in July.
Our Ottawa, CBC Television's weekly magazine program, airs Saturday at noon, Sunday at 11 a.m. and Monday at 1 p.m.
Also on Our Ottawa this week
- Mental Health Videos: Students at Colonel By Secondary School make impressive videos about mental health as part of a province-wide competition.
- Out of Joint: A rare access to "hip-joint" surgery and how recovery has sped up.
- Sickle Cell Disease: An awareness campaign about this debilitating blood disorder.