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Hong Kong Open Memory Championship – 7th October, 2017

Celebrate 20th anniversary of Hong Kong’s return to motherland In 2017, the Hong Kong Open Memory Championship will be held in Tsimshatsui Hong Kong. All over the world, the world intellectual sports candidates would gather in Hong Kong, in order to compete for the strongest memory championship. Prizes and awards values over HK$200,000. On this competition, we are honored […]

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The World Rankings – Clarification

The Official World Rankings are the results of all WMSC competitions over the past 26 years. It enables competitors to compare their performance to other competitors around the world. All of the events in the World Rankings were independently arbited by an approved WMSC arbiter and each event was organised in the same way using […]

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3rd Egyptian Memory Championships Results

The Egyptian National Open championship in its 3 rd edition was held on Saturday, August 19 th , 2017. The event was organized in the beautiful city “Cairo”, precisely in the lecture hall of the hotel “Dar El-Fostat”. The tournament was under the supervision of Dr Riadh Bensaoucha -founder of the Arabian Memory Championship and […]

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Asia Pacific Championships Royal Opening

The first Asia Pacific Open Memory Championships has successfully finished in Guangzhou, China. The event was declared open on Saturday by Malaysian Princess Tengku Faizwa Razif. Overseas guests include WMSC Global President Raymond Keene OBE and Dr Jorge O Castenada, WMSC Regional President  for the Latin America Region. The entire event is being staged and organised […]

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Record entry at Pan European Championships

Record Entry at Pan European Championships Congratulations to everyone taking part in the 2017 Pan European Championships in London’s prestigious Devonshire Club. Sarah Moshe UK;  Azan Ahmed Pakistan; Danielle Brakus UK;  Iryna Fucci Trofimova Italy; Alisha Flintham UK;  Mariela Fronza Argentine; Paige Wilson UK;  Jessica Wilkes UK;  Henry Morris UK; Rosa Lewandowski UK;  Lois Brookes UK;  Dominic O’Brien UK;  Harvey […]

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Can your memory get better with age – not worse?

Eight times World Memory Champion Dominic O’Brien, believes it can IF you use the simple techniques that memory competitors use in the World Memory Championships. To prove this, he is coming out of retirement as a memory competitor, to demonstrate that at the age of sixty, he can still break memorisation records he set thirty […]

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Indian National Open Memory Championships – 2017

15 October 2017, Sunday in Hyderabad (India) Squadron Leader Jayasimha, President, World Memory Sports Council for India announces that the 8th Indian National Open Memory Championships – 2017 will be held on 15th October 2017, Sunday in Hyderabad (India). This Indian National Memory Championship is open to Indian and Foreign Memory athletes. The Prize money […]

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