The 2013 World Memory Championships just ended yesterday. Congratulations to the new World Memory Champion, Jonas von Essen, the new Grand Masters of Memory, and all the competitors! Here’s a video from the official website: Read more
Johann Abrina wrote a couple of blog posts with predictions for the winners of the 2012 World Memory Championship in London that begins tomorrow. Read more
I just saw a great video of Johannes Mallow on his blog: Read more
The dates for the 2011 World Memory Championships are December 6 to 11. It will be in China again, but in Beijing instead of Guangzhou.
Here is the schedule that was sent out: Read more
Yan linked to some videos of the World Memory Championships in Guangzhou. The videos are in Japanese, but there is a lot of footage.
Here are the videos: Read more
Does anyone have information on the 2011 World Memory Championships? I heard it was going to be in Guangzhou, China again, but the website doesn’t say anything about it.
Also, who is going? 🙂
The UK, Germany, and now China, have the highest number of record breaking mnemonists. The USA is still lagging behind. China had over 100 competitors in the last World Memory Championships, and the US had just one. Read more
I just found this video of the 2010 World Memory Championship from NTDTV:
The World Memory Championships are happening right now in Guangzhou, China. The promotional video in Chinese is the best memory video I’ve seen. Whoever made this video has great ideas about the potential of memory techniques.