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VIDEO: Swim ace does 'Pool Rubik's Challenge'

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VIDEO: Swim ace does 'Pool Rubik's Challenge'
Norwegian swimming junior champion Marius Solaat Rødland. Photo: Facebook
09:17 CEST+02:00
Watch the unmissable moment a top Norwegian swimmer solved three Rubik's Cubes, underwater, in one breath.

The "Ice Bucket Challenge" may be sweeping Norway and the world, but surely this feat accomplished by Norwegian professional swimmer Marius Solaat Rødland is even better.

17-year-old Rødland has from Askøy, south-west Norway, found fame after he posted a video on the web where he solved three Rubik’s Cubes, underwater, in one breath.

The achievement is some compensation for the teenager after missing the European Championship due to a back injury this year.

Rødland swam at the 2014 European Junior Championship, where he was 14th in the 50 meter fly, said website SwimSwam.

Watch Marius complete the "Underwater Rubik's Cubes Challenge":

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