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UK CHAMPIONSHIPS 2019 – Report by Chief Arbiter, Phil Chambers

Congratulations to all competitors who took part in the UK / Pan-European / Open memory Championships held at London’s L’Escargot restaurant on 7th June. This year saw the largest, most internationally diverse UK competition ever. Entrants from Austria, China, England, Italy, Pakistan, Russian Federation, Slovenia, Turkey and Wales. Following final ratification of results I can […]

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WMSC Ruling

WORLD MEMORY SPORTS COUNCIL / GOMSA RULING Since Kalyanlaxmi Kudikyala and Kanakamahalaxmi Kudikyala were unable to achieve scores comparable to their performance in the 2018 Indian National Championships, under strictly monitored conditions, their results will be nullified and revised championship positions and rankings published on the World Memory Statistics website: Position Competitor Points 1 Prateek YADAV […]

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Sad News. We have lost a great mind.

Tony Buzan died at 3am on 13th April 2019 after complications arising from a fall at home. Obituary: Professor Tony Buzan was one of our pre-eminent thought leaders in Human Intelligence. His legacy – The Mind Map Tony Buzan died at 3am on 13th April 2019 after complications arising from a fall at home. Professor Tony […]

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8th Algerian National Open Championships

The Algerian National Open championship in its 8th edition was held on Saturday, March 30th, 2019. The event was organized in the beautiful city of “Laghouat”, precisely in the lecture hall of “El Khaima” in the city center.The Championship was under the supervision of Dr Riadh Bensaoucha founder of the Algerian Memory championship, founder of […]

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10th Indian National Open Memory Championships – 2019

New telephone numbers: 9866018989 / 9885157228 / 8328258445 12th and 13th October 2019 (Saturday & Sunday), Bengaluru, India Squadron Leader Jayasimha, The President World Memory Sports Council for India announced that the 10th Indian National Memory Championship-2019 will take place on 12th and 13th October 2019 (Saturday &  Sunday) at SJC Institute of Technology, Chickballapur in Bengaluru (India). Squadron Leader […]

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28th World Memory Championships 2019

Dear Friends of Memory Sport worldwide I am delighted to announce that the official schedule for the 28th World Memory Championship, originally founded by Professor Tony Buzan in London 1991, has now been confirmed for Wuhan China. Please see schedule below. I very much look forward to everyone giving this important announcement maximum publicity and […]

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UK Open Speed Reading and Mind Mapping Championships June 6th

Thursday 6th June – L’Escargot (Salon Vert) 9:00am – 12:00pm Speed Reading Championships 12:00pm – 1:00pm Lunch 1:00pm – 1:30pm Mind Map Lecture  1:30pm – 1:50 Complete tidied up Mind Map of Lecture 2:00pm – 5:00pm Freestyle Mind Map 7:30pm Awards ceremony and photos 8:30pm Close Speed Reading Rules *          Competitors read an unpublished novel […]

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UK Open Memory Championships – June 7th

Friday 7th June – L’Escargot (Library) National Format Memory Championships. Closing ceremony at 7:00pm     Memorisation Recall 9:00 Welcome and introduction 9:15 Random Words 5 mins 15 mins 9:45 Binary Numbers 5 mins 15 mins 10:15 Break 10:30 Names and Faces 5 mins 15 mins 11:00 Random Numbers 15 mins 30 mins 12:00 Lunch […]

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New Arbiter Levels

The Role of the Arbiter Arbiter: An independent person having the power of judging and determining the results of a tournament. The Guild of Mind Sports Arbiters (GOMSA) accredits Official Memory Sports Arbiters at four levels on behalf of The World Memory Sports Council. Arbiter status is at the sole discretion of GOMSA and may […]

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