A Renton man set a world record in the 6x6 Rubik's cube over the weekend.
Kevin Hays, 19, solved the puzzle in 1 minute, 40 seconds in the competition in Vancouver, B.C.
"The previous weekend I won the Rubik's Cube World Championships in the 5x5, 6x6, and 7x7 events," he said.
The "normal" Rubik's cube has 9 squares on each side. The 6x6 has 36 squares on each side.
Watch the video (BELOW) of Hays solving the puzzle and you'd think it was sped up - it's not. "Cubers" use complex algorithms to solve the puzzle.
Hays has traveled across the U.S. and even to Thailand for competitions.
“When I started it was a pretty nerdy thing to do,” he said. "But when I started winning things, people were like, OK."
Follow Hays on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Kt_Hays