World Memory Championship Results

Published on Tuesday, August 16, 2005 in , ,

The official results from last weekend's 2005 World Memory Championships are being released. Here are the winners and their amazing feats:

Katharina Bunk: Memorized the most cards in 5 minutes

Corinna Draschl: Memorizing an unpublished poem

Dr. Gunther Karsten: Memorized the order of 3570 binary digits (1s and 0s), Memorized the order 941 card (18.1 packs!) in one hour, Memorized 1949 numbers in 1 hour,

Ram Kolli: Memorized the most names & faces correctly

Boris Konrad: Memorized the most random words in 15 minutes

Clemens Mayer:Memorized the most spoken numbers

Ben Pridmore: Memorized 333 digits in 5 minutes, Memorized the most historic dates correctly

Full details of all contestant's score are available on the 2005 World Memory Championship Results Page.

Aug. 18, 2005, 6:40 PM Update: Clemens Mayer has been announced as the overall winner of the 2005 World Memory Championship! Full details on the results of each of the competitions are now available.

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1 Response to World Memory Championship Results

Mel Dyson
2:24 PM

Dear Scott,

Since you are memory techniques enthusiast for memory techniques, why don't you then visit MEMORIAD website at http://www.memoriad.com. Memoriad is an olympiad for mentathletes. It is a kind of combination of world memory championships, world mental calculation cups and photographic speed reading competitions.

Memoriad is the first mental calculation and memory games where winners, the first, the second and the third places of all categories receive money prizes in addition to titles and medals. You can see the detais at;


Memoriad 2008 will be held in Istanbul, Turkey on 1st and 2nd of November. The country / city of Memoriad - 2012 has not been determined yet. But there are already some sponsors inviting Memoriad - 2012 to USA, Mexico, Malaysia and Cuba. It seems there will be more invitations to come.

Who knows perhaps we can meet at the next memoriad olympics.