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"The deepest Rubik's cube" - Poles go for the record

A team of Polish divers associated with the H2O Academy has decided to attempt an extremely interesting diving record. Their goal is to lay the legendary Rubik’s cube at a depth, far beyond the limits of recreational diving. The date for which the entire event is scheduled is November 3-17, 2015 at the Blue Hole
Published: October 6, 2015 - 16:45
Updated: July 22, 2023 - 11:54
“The deepest Rubik’s cube” – Poles go for the record

A team of Polish divers associated with the H2O Academy has decided to attempt an extremely interesting diving record. Their goal is to lay the legendary Rubik’s cube at a depth, far beyond the limits of recreational diving.

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The date for which the entire event is scheduled is November 3-17, 2015 at the Blue Hole location in Dahab, Egypt.

An H2O Academy instructor and trimix diver Wojtek Tecław will attempt to lay the cube at a depth of 100 metres. On the surface, it takes him 60 seconds to roll the dice. I wonder what time he will manage to achieve at such a great depth?

“We want to show the diving community that by pursuing ambitious, slightly crazy goals, such as the Guinness World Record, it is possible to popularise diving as a demanding, but also fascinating sport. This sport allows you to experience moments that are given to very few on earth,” write the originators of the entire project on their home page.

On the surface, the Rubik’s cube will be mixed according to the rules of the record and each face will be shown in front of the camera to document the colour combinations. The cube must be mixed on the surface due to the very limited time at depth 100 (approx. 8 min).

At the target depth, the cube will be taken in a black bag. After reaching the planned 100 metres, it will be taken out of the bag and presented in front of the camera again. The record attempt will be recorded by 2 cameras.

The diver will present the depth displayed on his computer before starting to stack. The time of the trial is measured from the moment the diver starts laying the cube until the moment he releases it. It will then be presented again in front of the camera lens. The ascent is scheduled for 70-80 minutes.

Source: Organiser

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Tomasz Andrukajtis
Editor-in-chief of the DIVERS24 portal and magazine. Responsible for obtaining, translating and developing content. He also supervises all publications. Achived his first diving certification – P1 CMAS, in 2000. Has a degree in journalism and social communication. In the diving industry since 2008.
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