12th Australian Open Memory
The 2015 Australian Open
Memory Championship powered by Optimem
draws competitors from
all over the country to compete to be named as having the best memory
As an ‘Open’ national competition the event is open to memory athletes
from anywhere in the world.
The competition includes memorizing in ten events:
- Names and Faces
- Binary Numbers
- Random Numbers
- Abstract Images
- Speed Numbers
- Historic / Future Dates
- Playing Cards
- Random Words
- Spoken Numbers
- Speed Cards
To learn more about the events and watch instructional videos click here
The 2015 Championship will be held 7 & 8th of November in Melbourne
at RMIT University.
The Championship is open to competitors of all ages from Australia and
overseas – international competitors can win the Open, but not the
Australian champion title.
Ten events are held over two days with time restrictions. Competitors
are awarded points for each event and the winner with the most points
is named the champion.
Participants in the Australian Memory Championship can represent
Australia at the 24th World Memory Championship in China between 5th
and 15th December 2015.
Register Now www.memorychampionship.com.au
Thanks to Mental Athlete
who is the main sponsor for 2015 mentalathlete.com.au
Short Video on 2012
Australian Open Memory Championship
Mindwerx International started the Buzan
Centre in Australia and New Zealand in 2000, and has organised the Australian
Memory Championship since 2001.
Current world ranking of top 13
Australian competitors (as at 1st September 2015, based on World
1 152 Simon Orton
2 269 Tansel Ali
3 292 Nathan Walk
4 519 Metin Hassan
5 522 Russell Bauer
6 554 Justin Hartley
7 559 Chris Lyons
8 601 Daniel Kilov
9 702 Chad Sidler
10 727 Simon Chalmers
11 741 Nathan Companez
12 794 Shani Flynn
13 963 Danielle Kung
2012 Australian Open Memory
Those who compete in a National Championship may be
eligible to participate in the World Memory Championships
For information on the Australian
Open Memory Championship please email
Jennifer is Convenor of the Australian competition, fomerly Senior
at the World Memory Championships and past Member of the
Memory Sports Council.
In her former role as Deputy Chief Statistician, Jennifer managed the World Memory Statistics
The whole 2012
Australian Open Memory Championship Team
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to discuss how Improving Your Memory can make you and your team more
successful, see our public
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about tailoring our programs for your organisation:
Improve Your Memory
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our sister site www.mindwerx.com
we have released a series of 10 videos to provide
insight into how a National Memory Championships is run.
3-4 minute on-line presentations show examples of the 10 Disciplines and
are suitable for people
interested in competing in a memory event, volunteers who help
adjudicate and journalists and others.