2017 Canadian Memory Championships Saturday September 2, 2017

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#1 8 August, 2017 - 09:52
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2017 Canadian Memory Championships Saturday September 2, 2017

There is less than a month before the competition, now. The registration is still open for both locations. We expect that this will be the biggest and strongest ever memory competition in Canada. I will be Chief Arbiter in Montreal and Hua Wei Chan will be the Chief Arbiter in Edmonton.
The BC, Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec Memory Champions have all confirmed that they plan to attend this competition.
The Canadian Memory Championships is pleased to introduced the first ever tandem Canadian Memory Championships.

Admission:$10 at the door.

The competition will occur simultaneously both in Montreal (1pm) and Edmonton (11am).

We feature 4 Memory Disciplines:
-15 minutes Random Words, with choice of either French or English words
-5 minutes Names and Faces, the faces will be in black and white only.
-5 minutes Speed Numbers
-Speed Cards


Sponsors: / Commanditaire: brainmagic.ca

Prizes:/ Prix à gagner:

New Canadian Memory Champion : $100, 2n and 3rd overall, $50 and $50 respectively.

Champion(ne) de mémoire canadien(ne) 2017: 100$. Le 2e et 3e recevront 50$.

Venues: / Locations:

Montreal: 200 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, room SH-3620 (The front door may have to be kept locked. If it is locked, please wait and we'll come down every 5 minutes or so to let people in.)

Edmonton: Aspen Conf. Centre, #202, 10104 - 103 Avenue

2 September, 2017 - 14:29
Joined: 2 years 4 months ago

Good luck, guys and girls!

11 September, 2017 - 08:23
Joined: 5 years 11 months ago

In the end, the Quebec Provincial Memory Champion, Francis Blondin won it by establishing 3 new canadian memory records (in Speed Numbers, Words and Speed Cards). In second place, the BC Provincial Memory Champion, Braden Adams smashed the Canadian Names and Faces record (which was 30, held by Valerie Grenon) with 32 Names. (But Darren Michalczuk did the same thing with an even greater score of 36!) In third place, the Ontario Memory Champion Eric Li would have finished first at last year's Canadian Memory Championship had he managed to obtain the same scores as he obtained this year, and he managed to win the Western Competition in Edmonton, ahead of Braden Adams on a tie braker.

For all the scores pictures and video, please visit canadianmemorychampionships.ca

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