Max Park wins World Rubik's Cube Championship 2017, in Paris, France

Announced by Luis J. Iáñez on

Max Park won the World Rubik's Cube Championship 2017 with an average of 6.85 seconds. Seung Hyuk Nahm (남승혁) finished second (7.02) and Lucas Etter finished third (7.24).

World records: Drew Brads Pyraminx 2.04 (average), Feliks Zemdegs 5x5x5 Cube 38.52 (single), 5x5x5 Cube 46.24 (average), 6x6x6 Cube 1:20.03 (single), 6x6x6 Cube 1:27.79 (average), 7x7x7 Cube 2:06.73 (single), 7x7x7 Cube 2:15.07 (average), Max Park 3x3x3 One-Handed 10.31 (average).

African records: Moez Boussarsar Pyraminx 4.78 (average).

Asian records: Seung Hyuk Nahm (남승혁) 5x5x5 Cube 46.36 (single), 5x5x5 Cube 51.21 (average), 5x5x5 Cube 45.54 (single), 5x5x5 Cube 49.51 (average), Yulun Wu (吴宇伦) Pyraminx 2.48 (average).

Oceanian records: Jack Cai 3x3x3 Blindfolded 23.44 (single), Jayden McNeill Pyraminx 2.10 (single), Square-1 10.36 (average), Square-1 7.47 (single), Square-1 10.07 (average), Tom Nelson 5x5x5 Blindfolded 5:43.86 (single).

European records: Charlie Stark Square-1 9.07 (average), Ciarán Beahan 6x6x6 Cube 1:45.57 (average), Jules Desjardin Pyraminx 2.32 (average), Oscar Roth Andersen Megaminx 45.07 (average), Sebastian Weyer 5x5x5 Cube 50.88 (average).

North American records: Bill Wang 4x4x4 Cube 20.69 (single), 4x4x4 Blindfolded 2:09.94 (single), Max Park 5x5x5 Cube 45.38 (single), 5x5x5 Cube 48.09 (average), 5x5x5 Cube 42.63 (single).