TURNS OUT THERE ARE SEVERAL SURPRISING AND COMMON ACTIVITIES PEOPLE DO THAT MAKE THEM MORE FORGETFUL. BY STEPHANIE VOZZA You can’t find your phone. You don’t remember if you answered your client’s email. And you forgot the question you wanted to ask your colleague when you bump into her in the hallway. If you’re feeling […]
Congratulation to Lia Yolanda Freeman Austen who was crowned the UK Schools Memory Champion. Lia, from Invicta Grammar School in Maidstone Kent was awarded her certificate at the school assembly on Thursday 21st January by the General Secretary of the World Memory Sports Council, Chris Day. A big thank you to Carrie, Kirsty and all […]
The World Memory Sports Council is pleased to announce that following the great success of the 2015 World Memory Championships in China, David Zhang, President of the China Memory Sports Council has been promoted to Deputy President of the WMSC Asia Pacific Region. He is responsible for the growth of the Mind Sport of Memory and […]
The 2016 Jubilee World Memory Championships will take place in Singapore on the 14th to 18th of December. Further announcements will be made in due course about the venue and the programme.
The 4th Arabian Memory Championship 2015, was held in Marrakech (Morocco) the 26th 27th December 2015, With the participation of 105 competitors from 8 Arab countries (Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Sudan, Egypt, Mauritania, Syria, Libya). This Arabian Championship was the biggest in participation and the best in organization and the most powerful in results since the […]
Andy Fong and Angel Lai met at Halifax West and are now arbiters at the International Memory Championships By Phlis McGregor, CBC News Posted: Jan 11, Andy Fong and Angel Lai met when they were attending Halifax West High School and now live in Hong Kong. (Zhang Bo) To keep up his memorizing chops, Andy Fong […]
News Story from The Canadian Press Nova Scotia student Evan Xie memorized more than 1,180 random digits in under an hour at 2015 World Memory Championships in China, awarded International Master of Memory. Evan Xie, a Grade 10 student at King’s-Edgehill School in Windsor, N.S., received an International Master of Memory designation. By: Robin Levinson […]
Synapsia magazine was founded a quarter of a century ago by Tony Buzan as the official publication of the international Brain Clubs which later metamorphosed into the Brain Trust charity. Many noted intellectuals contributed including Garry Kasparov the world chess champion, Howard Gardner of multiple intelligence fame and Director of the Institute for Brain Chemistry […]