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The infuriating Rubiks Cube has puzzled a generation.
Apparently it's easy when you know how, impossible when you don't.
In Basingstoke today, James Wilson has been putting a new twist on the Rubiks Cube, attempting a world record while suspended in mid air. Divya Kohli saw him in action.
He's done it!
A man from Surrey has broken the world record for the quickest time to complete a Rubik's cube while indoor skydiving.
James Wilson did it in 3 minutes and 16 seconds.
The challenge will now be recorded in the Guinness Book of World Records.
A man from Hampshire is try to break the world record for the quickest time to complete a Rubik's cube while indoor skydiving.
James Wilson, 47, is currently at the Airkix Indoor Skydiving centre in Basingstoke.