Video: Teen solves three Rubik's cubes underwater

Norwegian teen swimmer Marius Solaat Rodland's puzzling feat: Three Rubik's cubes solved underwater in less than one minute.
By Ben Hooper Contact the Author   |   Sept. 5, 2014 at 7:01 AM

ASKOY, Norway, Sept. 5 (UPI) -- A 17-year-old Norwegian swimmer is gaining international fame for an online video depicting him solving three Rubik's cubes underwater in a single breath.

Marius Solaat Rodland, a professional swimmer who placed 14th at the 50 meter fly event of the 2014 European Junior Championship, is being hailed as a champion of another sort for completing the "Underwater Rubik's Cubes Challenge."

The YouTube video shows the Askoy teenager completing three of the puzzles in less than a minute while submerged underwater with only a single breath of air.

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