In Alberta, Canada, 17-year-old Jesse Bradford has earned himself a spot in the Guinness World Records Book after solving 300 Rubik's cubes while riding a unicycle. Bradford said, "They just sent me an email and I checked their website and I was up on it. I couldn't really believe it. It was crazy!" Bradford, a senior at Brooks Composite High School, beat the previous record of 250. The feat took him about 2 hours and 13 minutes. (UPI)
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