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    • Mnemonist

    • The title mnemonist (derived from the term mnemonic) refers to an individual with the ability to remember and recall unusually long lists of data, such as unfamiliar names, lists of numbers, entries in books, etc. Mnemonists may have superior innate ability to recall or remember, or may use techniques such as the metho ... Read »


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    • Garin Artem

    • Garin Artem Vladimirovich (Ukrainian: Гарін Артем Володимирович)(born August 29, 1990 in Dresden, Germany) — is a Ukrainian national memory champion, composer, founder and director of the Memory School at the Sumy State University. Artem Gar ... Read »


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    • Dominic Brian

    • Dominic Brian

      Dominic Brian is an Indonesian who broke a record by Guinness World Records for memorizing 76 combinations of numbers in 60 seconds. Brian is the youngest person in the world with a super memory in memorizing various combinations of numbers. ... Read »


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    • Dave Farrow

    • Dave Farrow

      David Andrew Farrow (born January 10, 1975) is a two-time Canadian Guinness World Record Holder for Most Decks of Playing Cards Memorized in a Single Sighting, entrepreneur, memory coach, speed reader and keynote speaker. He is best known for winning the Guinness World Records for Most Decks of Playing Cards Memorized ... Read »


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    • Gregor von Feinaigle

    • Gregor von Feinaigle (1760–1819), was a German mnemonist and Roman Catholic monk. Feinaigle was born in Ueberlingen (Margraviate of Baden) on 22. August 1760. Very little other is known of his early life except that he entered the Cistercian monastery at Salem located along Lake Constance. Obligated to flee t ... Read »


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    • Gunther Karsten

    • Gunther Karsten (born September 23, 1961) is a German memory sport competitor and author. Karsten graduated in chemistry and in microbiology. He runs a translation agency for patents as regular occupation. Besides, he is a leading memory coach and offers seminars on mental-, learning- and memory training. Gunther is m ... Read »


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    • Rajan Mahadevan

    • Rajan Srinivasan Mahadevan is a numerically gifted mnemonist born in Madras, India in 1957. Rajan moved to Mangalore in 1959. He discovered his exceptional ability to memorize numbers at the very young age of 5 during a party hosted by his family. During the party, Rajan wandered to a parking lot and committed the ... Read »


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    • Johannes Mallow

    • Johannes Mallow (born June 7, 1981 Brandenburg an der Havel) is a German memory sportsman. He studied successfully Communication Technology at the Otto-von-Guericke University of Magdeburg. He also works as a mind coach and scientific author. He currently uses the Method of loci. Many memory sportsmen use this met ... Read »


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    • Clemens Mayer

    • Clemens Mayer (born September 25, 1985 in Brannenburg) is a German memory sports person. He was World Memory Champion in 2005 and 2006. At the age of 19 years and 10 months, He became the youngest world memory champion in 2005. He uses the method of loci. He originally intended to be an Olympic runner, but decided to ... Read »


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    • Sathavathani Sheikh Thambi Pavalar

    • Sheikh Thambi Pavalar (Tamil: செய்கு தம்பி பாவலர்) (1874–1950) was a Tamil poet, scholar and an Indian independence activist. He was born on 31 July 1874 as the third son of Pakeer Meeran sahib and Ameena. He had his earlier educa ... Read »


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    • Astrid Plessl

    • Astrid Plessl (b. 1984) is an Austrian memory sports person. She is a national champion and Grand Master of Memory. She garnered international attention in the field in 2003 for scoring well across ten disciplines. ... Read »


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    • Shas Pollak

    • Shas Pollak were Jewish mnemonists who, according to the 1917 report of George Stratton in the Psychological Review, memorized the exact layout of words in more than 5,000 pages of the 12 books of the standard edition of the Babylonian Talmud. Stratton's report consists of accounts of and comments on testimonials of th ... Read »


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    • Solomon Shereshevsky

    • Solomon Veniaminovich Shereshevsky (Russian: Соломон Вениаминович Шерешевский; 1886–1958), also known simply as 'Ш' ('Sh'), 'S.', or Luria's S was a Russian journalist and mnemonist active in the 1920s. Shereshevsky p ... Read »


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    • Andriy Slyusarchuk

    • Andriy Tykhonovych Slyusarchuk (Ukrainian: Андрі́й Ти́хонович Слюсарчу́к, born 10 May 1971 in Zhytomyr) is a Ukrainian mnemonist who has claimed to be a general aviation pilot, a psychotherapist, a Doctor of Science in medicine, a psychiat ... Read »


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    • Wang Feng (mnemonist)

    • Wang Feng (born 1990) is a Chinese mnemonist, the two-time winner of the World Memory Championships and the first non-European to win the title. On December 5, 2010 he won the 19th World Memory Championships in Guangzhou, China with a record score of 9486 points, taking him to the top of the world rankings. In Decemb ... Read »


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    • Sri Vyshnavi Yarlagadda

    • Sri Vyshnavi Yarlagadda

      Sri Vyshnavi Yarlagadda 17 [WOMEN'S RANKING] Sri Vyshnavi Yarlagadda (born 6 December 1995) is an International Master of Memory. She attained her career best rank no. 2 in October 2013 in Names and Faces event by the World Memory Sports Council. She is the first Indian to win an open category medal at the World Memo ... Read »


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