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Boy, 12, breaks Guinness record with 'Star Wars' Lego set

Haddon Haste, 12, of Louisville, Ky., broke a Guinness World Record by assembling a Lego "Star Wars" Millennium Falcon micro fighter kit in 1 minute, 59.72 seconds. Photo courtesy of Guinness World Records
Haddon Haste, 12, of Louisville, Ky., broke a Guinness World Record by assembling a Lego "Star Wars" Millennium Falcon micro fighter kit in 1 minute, 59.72 seconds. Photo courtesy of Guinness World Records

Jan. 29 (UPI) -- A 12-year-old Lego enthusiast in Kentucky broke a Guinness World Record by building a Star Wars Millennium Falcon micro fighter kit in under 2 minutes.

Guinness said Haddon Haste, 12, of Louisville, assembled the Millennium Falcon micro fighter kit in 1 minute, 59.72 seconds, setting a record for the fastest time to build the model.

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Matthew Haste, the boy's father, said Haddon wanted to break a Guinness World Record while stuck at home amid the COVID-19 pandemic and found a record that combined his love of Lego building with his love of Star Wars.

"I am proud of my son for his hard work on this record attempt and I am grateful for your organization for encouraging him to pursue something meaningful in the midst of an otherwise difficult year," Matthew Haste told Guinness officials.

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