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He attempted to get a 46/46 Multi-BLD WR three times at the [[World Championship 2017]], but was unsuccessful with a 31/46 60:00.00, 40/46 59:27.00, and 30/46 59:39.00. He took second place at this World Championship.
 
He attempted to get a 46/46 Multi-BLD WR three times at the [[World Championship 2017]], but was unsuccessful with a 31/46 60:00.00, 40/46 59:27.00, and 30/46 59:39.00. He took second place at this World Championship.
  
His record had been the second longest-standing world record in the [[WCA]] at 1,589 days, only after [[Minh Thai]]'s 7,749-day [[Rubik's cube]] world record, until it was taken by [[Mark Boyanowski]] on 24 March 2018 at [[Keep Portland Quiet 2018]].
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His record had been the third longest-standing world record in the [[WCA]] at 1,589 days, only after [[Minh Thai]]'s 7,749-day [[Rubik's cube]] world record, and [[Feliks Zemdegs]]' 1,617-day one-handed world record, before it was broken by [[Mark Boyanowski]] on 24 March 2018 at [[Keep Portland Quiet 2018]].
  
 
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Marcin Kowalczyk
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Marcin Kowalczyk
Background Information
Alias(es): Maskow
Country: Poland
Born:
Occupation(s):
Years Active: 2011-2018
WCA ID: 2011KOWA01
Claim to Fame: Multi-BLD and BLD WRs

Marcin Kowalczyk is a Polish speedcuber specializing in blindfolded cubing.

Marcin set the multi-blind world record of 41/41 in September 2013, at SLS Świerklany 2013. He set multiple other MBLD records before this.

He attempted to get a 46/46 Multi-BLD WR three times at the World Championship 2017, but was unsuccessful with a 31/46 60:00.00, 40/46 59:27.00, and 30/46 59:39.00. He took second place at this World Championship.

His record had been the third longest-standing world record in the WCA at 1,589 days, only after Minh Thai's 7,749-day Rubik's cube world record, and Feliks Zemdegs' 1,617-day one-handed world record, before it was broken by Mark Boyanowski on 24 March 2018 at Keep Portland Quiet 2018.

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