The 2016 Italian Open Memory Championships
Adults Open: Robert Reulke -> 49 years (Germany)
Adults Italy: Matteo Cianni -> 28 years
Senjor Open: Soren Damtoft -> 62 years (Denmark)
Kids Open: Tobias Achleitner -> 11 years (Germany)
Kids Italian: Giuseppe Vincenzo Giannopolo -> 12 years
Junior Open: Anne Reulke -> 15 years (Germany)
Junior Italy: Paolo Giancola -> 14 years
Overall Winner Open -> Anne Reulke (Germany)
Italian Championship winner -> Matthew Cianni
– Open division – open to competitors from all over the world
– National Division – For Italian citizens only
See current World Rankings for Italian Competitors
2nd Italian Memory Championships – 22nd March, 2014
A HUGE thanks to Phil Chambers for all his amazing support and to everyone else who supports those who support the event!! Great Job!
1st Italian Memory Championships – 23rd March, 2013
Congrats to Matteo Salvo, Phil Chambers and the team for making the first ever Italian Memory Championships such a success.
Winner was Ms. Mara Bresciani – not only did she compete for the first time, but won the National Event!!
Johannes Mallow WMChampion won overall – 8523 points
The World Record for 5 minute Binary numbers stood at 930 digits since UK Open 2008 (held by Ben Pridmore GMM) was broken 3 times
Germany Johannes Mallow WMChampion 975 digits
Sweden Jonas Von Essen GMM 962 digits
Norway Ola Kåre Risa GMM 940 digits
Simon Reinhard GMM was pipped at the post – he set the new world record for 5 Minute Random Words at 118 words.
He was beaten by 1 word when Boris Nikolai Konrad, GMM beat his own world record of 114 words with a score of 119 words.
Johannes Mallow WMChampion set the new World Record for 15 Minute numbers – Was 819 digits held by Ben Pridmore since 2008 – now 912 Digits
Johannes also beat his own World Record for Abstract Images from 434 points to 440 points.
Congratulations to Mara Bresciani and Paolo Carnicelli equaled Italian Record for 5 Minutes Names and Faces
Mara Bresciani set new Italian record for 5 Minute Words – 40 words
Simon Reinhard GMM set a new German Record for 10 Minute cards with a score of 339 cards (6.5 Decks)
Ola Kåre Risa GMM increased his Norwegian record for:
-15 Minute numbers by a impressive 87 digits from 537 to 624 digits
-15 Minute Abstract Images by 59 points – 173 to 232 points
– 5 Minute Binary to 940 digits
– 5 Minute Random words to 66 words
– 5 Minute Numbers to 284 digits
– Spoken Numbers to 100 digits
Jonas Von Essen GMM – smashed his previous Swedish National Record for Binary Digits from 624 digits to 962 digits
– Increased his record for 15 minute numbers to 632 digits
Jerome Lacroix from France became the new French Record Holder for
– 15 Minute Digits to 110 digits
– 10 minute cards to 93 cards (1+ decks)
and increased his French records for
– 5 Minute Random Words to 32 words
– 15 minute Abstract Images to 130 points
– Speed Cards to 99.93 seconds
The Italian Memory Championships are usually held the last weekend in March and is open to all.
For more information on competing at the event, email firstname.lastname@example.org