SAO PAULO, BRAZIL - The annual Rubik's Cube World Championship was held this July. Feliks Zemdegs, 19, of Australia, won the world title for the second time in a row, with a time of 5.695 seconds! But that is not the world record. That is held by American Collin Burns, a home-schooled 15-year-old, who in April solved it in 5.253 seconds! Collin also beat out Feliks in the 2014 Rubik's Cube US Nationals, when he was 14.
With no major injuries, Autumn followed a creek which led to a river, drinking only small amounts of flowing water. She spotted a trail the next day which led to a road. Two men driving down the road stopped and picked her up and drove her to safety. Autumn was immediately taken to the hospital for minor injuries and dehydration. She said that she learned how to survive the elements by watching the show Survivor. Jeffrey Lustick of the Civil Air Patrol said of real-life survivor Autumn, "It's a miracle, no question about it!"