The IAM european memory championships 2019 will be held in Sweden

Lund, Sweden, 16.-17. of november 2019
REGISTRATION

Frequently asked questions

Do i have to qualify for the European Memory Championships?
No, everybody can participate without qualification. The only thing you have to do is, to follow the registration and show up.
How much does it cost to participate?

50 euros for adults and seniors, 30 euros for juniors, 10 euros for children, students and retired and if it is your first competition, it is free of charge.

Can i get on the world ranking list?
Yes, after your first IAM competition you will be registeret on the IAM World Ranking List.
How to memorize?
There is tons of information about that on the internet. You could start here: www.artofmemory.com
I am not 18 yet - can i participate?
Yes, children and juniors are very welcome as well.
Are you allowing spectators?
Yes. Just make sure, that you especially in the memorization phase are completely silent.
I am representing a media and would like to film or write an article about the European Memory Championships. Who should i contact?

Please contact the swedish memory counsil here.

10 MEMORY EVENTS

European record:

Katie Kermode, England (224 names), 2018

World record:

Katie Kermode, England (224 names), 2018

European record:

Marwin Wallonius, Sweden (5040), 2015

World record:

Munkhshur Narmandakh, Mongolia (6270 digits), 2017

European record:

Andrea Muzii (353 images), 2019

World record:

Yanjaa Wintersoul, Mongolia (413 images), 2018

European record:

Marwin Wallonius, Sweden (520 digits), 2015

World record:

Alex Mullen, USA (568 digits), 2017

European record:

Johannes Mallow, Germany (132), 2011

World record:

Prateek Yadav, India (139 dates), 2018

European record:

Andrea Muzii, Italy (896 cards), 2019

World record:

Munkhshur Narmandakh, Mongolia (1092 cards), 2017

European record: 

Katie Kermode, England (318), 2016

World record:

Katie Kermode, England (318), 2016

European record:

Marwin Wallonius, Sweden (1800), 2015

World record:

Alex Mullen, USA (1933 digits), 2016

European record:

Jonas von Essen, Sweden (380 digits), 2014

World record:

Lance Tshirhart, USA (456 digits), 2015

European record:

Simon Reinhard, Germany (20.44 seconds), 2015

World record:

Shijir-Erdene Bat-Enkh, Mongolia (12.74 seconds), 2018

THE VENUE

LUND

Sweden

16.-17. of november 2019