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Nelson Dellis Interview

Steady as a rock he is climbing the highest mountains, raising awareness for Alzheimer disease. And in the meantime he is the most successful US memory athlete of all times. I talked with Nelson Dellis about physical and mental mountains and how to overcome them.

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Boris Konrad Interview

There is one memory athlete who seems to love competition more than anything: The German neuroscientist and physicist Boris Nikolai Konrad. He managed to break world records in the two difficult disciplines Random Words and Names & Faces several times. And his amount of #37 memory championship participations is only beaten by the former World Memory Champion Ben Pridmore.

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Andy Fong Interview

Countries like China, Mongolia, the Philippines and India are booming, pruducing many marvelous memory athletes. One of them is Andy Fong from Hong Kong who is doing this sport a favor from four different angles: as a memory athlete, memory arbiter, championship organizer and last but not least putting memory techniques in an astonishing practice.

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Marcin “Maskow” Kowalczyk Interview

The young polish mnemonist Marcin “Maskow” Kowalczyk can solve 41 Rubic’s Cubes blindfolded in an hour. This colorful brain twister toy became highly popular again in the last decade and people from all over the world are training to solve it in an instant. But Marcin is striving for a bigger challenge: The eternal blindfolded crown.

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Jonas von Essen Interview

In only one year the young Swedish memory athlete Jonas von Essen wiped the memory sports scene clean, winning eight memory championships and shooting himself up the world rankings to number four. The sportive Swede is prepairing himself now for the World Memory Championship 2013 in London.

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Ben Pridmore Interview

In the last decade memory sports most valuable player was by far the bold bearded man with the black hat. He has the fastest memory in the world and probably the best humor among all athletes of his kind. Memory-Sports.com spoke with the self-appointed “Geek” about his roots, role models and rivals.

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Oddbjørn By Interview

He is the tripple Norwegian Memory Champion and author of the international bestseller book “Memo”. The 28 years old Oddbjørn By is famous for his memory in Skandinavia. Memory-Sports.com spoke with him about his book, speed exams and other creative ways to use memory techniques.

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