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6th Italian Open Memory Championships 2018

It has just been announced that the 6th Italian Open memory Championships will be held in Milan. Once again the event will be artbited by the Chief Arbiter, Phil Chambers. This is an official WMSC competition and the results will appear in the World Ranking table. International competitors are welcome For further information contact

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2nd Malaysia Memory Championships Results

Overall Winner: Champion:Soh Wee Teng、1st Runner-up:Leong Thin Seng、2nd Runner- up:Low Chee Fai The 2nd Malaysia Memory Championship held in 11th & 12th November 2017 in Ipoh, Perak. Ms Soh Wee Teng beating all the men to be the No 1 in Malaysia Memory Sports Ranking-List. She is the FIRST female absolute achieved Malaysia Number 1. […]

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Team India achievements in the WMC recognised by Indian Government

Young Indian Memory Team bags 4th Place At The World Memory Championships 2017  6th to 9th December, Shenzhen, China  Report by Squadron Leader Jayasimha, President World Memory Sports Council for India This is Squadron Leader Jayasimha, President World Memory Sports Council for India. I had the privilege of leading the 17 Member Young Indian Memory Contingent for […]

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Welcome to the new Memory Sports Council of Pakistan

Congratulations to Sania Alam who has just been authorized by the WMSC to officially launch the National Memory Sports Council of Pakistan. Sania has been trained by Dominic O’Brien as Licensed Instructor of Memory and Chief Arbiter Phil Chambers as a Licensed Arbiter of Memory. She is qualified as a Tony Buzan Licensed Instructor in […]

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3rd Taiwan Memory Championships 2017

The 3rd Taiwan Memory Championships, 2017, have rewritten numbers of national record! The 3rd Taiwan Memory  Championships were the most age range group participated over the past few years. Players come from 8 years old to 73 years old. They are dare to challenge themselves in memory power. They performance were very good, many players […]

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World Memory Championships unexpected results

The twenty sixth world memory championship which finished last night in the city of Shenzhen, PRC, will go down in the history of Mind Sports as the best ever….so far. The championship was marked by a number of truly memorable elements…a magnificent $100,000 US dollar prize fund, a shattering of the speed cards record , […]

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9th World Mind Mapping Championships

Following the huge success for the World Memory Championships,  the next competition for our Mental Athletes is in Mind Mapping. This will be followed with the final competition for Speed Reading. Speed Reading Each competitor is given the time they need to actually read the book (but not more than two hours). The reading speed […]

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