Speed cubing champion Anthony Brooks is used to racing the clock when he’s solving a Rubik’s Cube puzzle, but since we’re in the middle of the 2016 Olympics, he decided to challenge the world’s fastest man, running the 100 meters, to a head-to-head race.

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As fast as Usain Bolt is on his feet, he’s no match for Brooks who solved this cube well ahead of the 9.81 seconds it took Bolt to complete the 100 meters. But it’s Bolt who gets to go home with a gold medal, at least until speed cubing is made an Olympic sport.

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