The Pyraminx is basically a regular tetrahedron puzzle in the style of Rubik’s Cube, divided into 4 axial pieces, 6 edge pieces, and 4 trivial tips that can be twisted along its cuts to permute its pieces. Just like it’s cube counterpart, the goal is to scramble the colors, and then restore them to their original configuration. Chinmay Prabhu, a 20-year-old from India, managed to achieve the record title for the Most Pyraminx (Rubik’s Cubes) solved underwater and all in a single breath. How did he prepare for this record setting run? He’s been solving Rubik’s cube puzzles since 2015. Read more for the video and additional information.
“I like cubing and swimming, so I thought of mixing the two and creating a new title. I had to ask Guinness to create a new title for underwater cubing as there was no such title on their list earlier,” said Prabhu.