The 11TH annual Australian Open Memory
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Memory Athletes from Australia,
Philippines, Japan, and Hong Kong participated in
the 2013 Australian Open Memory Championship in Melbourne on
24-25th August 2013, at Oaks on Collins, 480 Collins St, Melbourne
event is organised and convened by
Jennifer Goddard, member of the World Memory Sports
Council and Deputy Chief Arbiter at the World Memory
being held in London starting 30 November 2013.
Watch this video on the 2012 Australian
Open Memory Championship on Youtube.
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Mindwerx International started the Buzan Centre in Australia
and New Zealand in 2000, and has organised the Australian Memory
Championship since 2001. With each event, Mindwerx is
the key organiser and any questions on the competition can be
directed to email@example.com.
Oaks on Collins
is offering AOMC organizers, competitors and guests a
special rate on rooms for the competition.
eMail Jess Wigans at
VICGroups@theoaksgroup.com.au and she will organize things for
Thanks to all our great sponsors, and if you would also like
to support the sport of Memory in Australia or on the World stage
email us anytime -
Current world ranking of top 13 Australian
competitors (as at 1st July 2013, based
World Rankings of 1600 competitors)
1. 84 Simon Orton
2. 166 Tansel Ali
3. 186 Nathan Walk
4. 295 Metin Hassan
5. 305 Russell Bauer
6. 314 Justin Hartley
7. 328 Chris Lyons
8. 325 Daniel Kilov
9. 411 Simon Chalmers
10. 414 Nathan Companez
11. 433 Shani Flynn
12. 525 Chad Sidler
13. 532 Danielle Kung
This year's participants will be advised shortly, but here's a shot of
the 2012 competitors.
2012 Australian Open Memory Championship
Those who compete in a
National Championship may be eligible to participate in the World Memory
www.worldmemorychampionships.com which will be held in
London, starting on 30 November 2013.
Jennifer is Convenor of the
Australian competition, Senior Arbiter at the World Memory
Championships and Member of the World Memory Sports
As Deputy Chief Statistician, Jennifer manages the
If you would like to talk to Jennifer about the
competitions email her anytime.
The whole 2012 Australian Open Memory
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STUFF FROM THE ARCHIVES
Age Proof Your
Brain Tour - Australia Feb 2008
Watch the Slide Show
World Mind Mapping Conference - Singapore 14-15 Nov,
Watch the Slide Show
of World's Largest Mind Map and the Global Mind Map Conference -
Featuring Tony Buzan, Jennifer Goddard, Henry Toi, Jorge Castaneda, Hilde
Jaspaert, Dr. Kirpal Singh, Dr. William Tan and many more.
Slides for Jennifer's Keynote and Break-out session handouts also
The World's Largest Mind Map - Putting Singapore on the Map
The creation of the World's Largest Mind Map, which depicts
Singapore's history, pays tribute to Singapore's success as well as the powers
and wonders of the Mind. Launched by Tony Buzan, Henry Toi and KC Lee CEO,
Singapore Institute of Management, more than 1600 school children were
involved in the creation of this truly fabulous Mind Map.
Check out a few Hints and Tips to Improve Your Fantastic Memory