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Month: March 2017

Interview with Katie Kermode

Katie Kermode is one of the most talented memory athletes of all time. She has broken the Names & Faces world record on her very first memory championship in 2008. Ever since then she has established herself a reputation of improving steadily in all disciplines. We spoke with her about her passion. Memory-Sports: Tell us a bit about yourself. Katie Kermode: I live near Manchester, UK, with my husband and our two young children. I’m a freelance translator and my work is in Dutch, German and French. I’ve always been interested in languages so it’s an ideal job for...

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French Open Memory Championship 2017 Review

Springtime has come to Paris, and the 2017 memory championship season has come to Europe! Our first European competition of the year, the French Open Memory Championship 2017, took place in the Espace Moncassin, just a short walk away from the Eiffel Tower, and nineteen brave memorisers came to town in the lovely sunny weather to take part in only the third memory championship ever held in France!

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Interview with Sri Vyshnavi Yarlagadda

In this century India is becoming one of the most influential countries in the world, with the biggest population and a thriving economy. They alreay have produced some of the finest memory athletes in the world. Sri Vyshnavi Yarlagadda is holding up the torch for memory sports in India and for inspiring women worldwide with her amazing achievements at memory competitions. We spoke with her about her ambitions, her training and her vision for the future of the sport.

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