In this day and age, solving the Rubik’s Cube can be considered to be child’s play by many. In fact, completing the puzzle in under a minute is no big deal at all for those who already know how to solve it, and it is considered to be very slow if you were to take the world record into consideration – all of just 5.25 seconds by 15-year-old Collin Burns. Having said that, how about adding an element of courage to the entire deal by solving the Rubik’s Cube in a free fall jump? Skydiver Chris Walker had the intestinal fortitude to do so in which you can view in the video above.

Walker the daredevil leapt from an airplane, and thankfully, it looks as though that there is enough altitude from which he had to work work, as he went about solving the puzzle in a calm and calculated manner. When complete, he then opened up his parachute in order to glide to safety as his feet hit terra firma eventually. Do bear in mind that this is not the first time such a thing has been done, and neither is it the fastest. Back in 2010, Ludwig Fichte did such a feat in 31.5 seconds as he sat inside a free falling rubber dinghy.

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