A Day to Remember
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 in Australia.
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. To read more about the World Memory Championships Click here .
Memories from the 2013 AMC