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I also have seen Ciaran's 2-7 relay time listed on his pb sheet a while back (like 2023 . . . or 2022...)
but here is the link from Max's YT video for his pb relay:

I think it's possible. Here's a plausible breakdown:
2x2: 0:03
3x3: 0:06
4x4: 0:22
5x5: 0:39
6x6: 1:09
7x7: 1:40
Total: 3:59
These times are all higher than his official averages. He would need to get lucky on 6x6 and 7x7. In 2024, 44% of his official 6x6 solves were sub-1:10, and 8% of his official 7x7 solves were sub-1:40.

I think it's possible. Here's a plausible breakdown:
2x2: 0:03
3x3: 0:06
4x4: 0:22
5x5: 0:39
6x6: 1:09
7x7: 1:40
Total: 3:59
These times are all higher than his official averages. He would need to get lucky on 6x6 and 7x7. In 2024, 44% of his official 6x6 solves were sub-1:10, and 8% of his official 7x7 solves were sub-1:40.

I know this isn’t really a good way of measuring the best of Max’s abilities, but if you add up all his best official times for 2x2-7x7, it would be 3:28.03, let’s assume that transitioning from one cube to another would add 3 seconds per cube (which I think is a lot, but still) that would put the possible limit at like 3:46.03

I know this isn’t really a good way of measuring the best of Max’s abilities, but if you add up all his best official times for 2x2-7x7, it would be 3:28.03, let’s assume that transitioning from one cube to another would add 3 seconds per cube (which I think is a lot, but still) that would put the possible limit at like 3:46.03