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Australian Memory Championships 2016

A Day to Remember The 2016 Australian Open Memory Championship powered byMindwerx draws competitors from all over the country to compete to be named as having the best memory in Australia. As an ‘Open’ national competition the event is open to memory athletes from anywhere in the world. The competition includes memorizing in ten events: Names […]

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News update from President, Ray Keene OBE

  Greetings to you all! World Memory Sports Council Global activity continues both to thrive and expand. Our mission is to bring the advantages of Memory Power to everyone on the planet. To this end the growth in WMSC membership and the burgeoning national Memory championships are key elements in teaching Memory Power to the […]

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5th Arabian Memory Championships

Congratulations to Riadh Bensaoucha for so successfully organising the 5th Arabian Memory Championships. The 5th Arabian Memory Championship this year was with International standards for the first time, it was held on August 29th-30th, 2016 in Algiers, Algieria at the Higher School of Sport and its technologies, Organized by Dhaka Train for Training and coaching the representative of […]

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China Memory Championships 2017

The WMSC would like to announce that we have awarded the exclusive rights to organise the pre-qualifying memory championships in China to Guangzhou World Mind Education and Technology Co Ltd. for the 26th World Memory Championships in 2017. All competitors in mainland China should register to take part in the pre-qualifying competition for their entry […]

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UK Open Memory Championships latest

The UK Open Memory Championships commenced on Thursday 23rd of August under the personal supervision of Chief Arbiter Phil Chambers, joint founder of the sport, President Raymond Keene OBE and eight times World Memory Champion Dominic O’Brien. This was the second year that the event has been in the iconic L’Escargot Restaurant in Greek Street […]

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Australian Memory Championships

News just in from Jennifer Goodard in Australia confirming that the dates of the Australian Open Memory Championships. These are now confirmed as November 19th- 20th.  Full details of the venue will be confirmed shortly, but in the meantime, do make a note of the dates in your diary. The competition will be an ideal […]

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Hong Kong Open Memory Championship 2016

  The Hong Kong Open Memory Championship was successfully held on 13 and 14 August. We had more than 120 competitors coming from seven countries participated in the championship. Three kids’ world record have been broken, which are Abstract Images, 10 min cards, and 15 min numbers. Two of the three records (10 min cards […]

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2nd Libyan Memory Championship report

Report from Riadh Bensaoucha The 2nd Libyan Memory Championship was held on August 06th, 2016 in Tripoli, Libya at El Mahary Radisson Blu Hotel, Organized by the Libyan Memory Championship Foundation, Sponsored By Libyana Mobile Phone, and Managed by Mr. Abdelgadir ALFASY the representative of the Arabian Memory Championship Foundation in Libya. The Championship was managed by two […]

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WMSC Memory Certification system

Over the last twenty five years of the Mind Sport of Memory, the publicity surrounding the World Memory Championships, and the achievements of all of our competitors has inspired people of all ages and in all countries, to want to improve their own memories.   As a result, there is now a big demand for certified […]

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