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Pakistani Girl wins World Memory Championship

Emma Alam

Emma Alam broke several world records by winning the 29th World Memory Championship. She wins the global finals, beating over 300 competitors from all across the world. Participants from various countries such as Canada, China, United Kingdom, South Korea, India, Vietnam, United States, Malaysia, Algeria, Iraq, Hong Kong, Macau, Libya, Qatar, and Taiwan took part in the competition.

Emma competed in all ten disciplines in a three-day competition. It took place virtually, with the Chinese city, Sanya, as the base. The annual competition was first held in 1991 in London. It was created by an English author, Tony Buzan, to make the memory sports official. The championship has been held in several cities around the world since its inception.


Emma Alam, how Zahra from Pakistan broke several world records. “I plan to compete better next year,” said Alam

Competitions from around the world took part in the championship. Emma Alam from Pakistan has won the 29th World Memory Championship. Leaving behind more than 300 participants from around the world. Emma Alam won the three-day competition, competing in more than 10 disciplines. It included competitors from China, Canada, the United Kingdom, South Korea, Vietnam, India, Malaysia, Algeria, the United States, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, Libya, Qatar, and Iraq.

Emma Alam and Syeda Kassa Zehra from Team Pakistan also broke several world records in this year’s championship. World Memory Championships was founded in 1991 by world-renowned Tony Buzan and Raymond Keene. This was to shine a global spotlight on the incredible power of human memory. Raymond Keene is a grand-master of Chess and an appointed officer of the British Empire. By her majesty Queen Elizabeth. The late Tony Buzan was the world’s top five speakers reported by Forbes Magazine. He was the one who popularized the idea of mental literacy. As well as being the author/co-author of more than 80 books.

Founded by world-renowned Tony Buzan and Raymond Keene in 1991, the World Memory Championships aims to shine a global spotlight on the incredible power of human memory. The candidates with the best, fastest, and sharpest memory skills competed to demonstrate their intellectual power and to set new heights of what the human memory can truly achieve.


The championship has traveled to various high profile international destinations since 1991. These include the Kingdom of Bahrain, Kuala Lumpur, Oxford University, Imperial College London, Royal Festival Hall, Olympia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Hainan and Wuhan. Through the efforts of the World Memory Sports Council, the Asia-Pacific Memory Sports Council, the National Memory Sports Council of Pakistan, and Global Chief Mediator Lester Hee, the World Memory Championship 2020 went online and in sync. The global memory athlete community competed in 16 countries and regions with synchronization.

Candidates with the best, fastest and fastest memory skills competed to demonstrate. Setting new heights of their intellectual power and the human memory they can actually achieve. “The bright exception was the 29th World Memory Championship. It was a miracle of organization and global harmony, which our dedicated team successfully combined. The Chinese city of Sanya as its foundation.” Raymond Kane, world president of the World Memory Sports Council, said in an official statement.


Raymond Kenny, world president of the World Memory Sports Council, said in an official statement: “The field includes an impressive 300 competitors from 16 countries. The winner from this wide field, World Champion from the 29th World Memory Championship. It came from the Pakistani team, which Sania Alam trained and mastered. Congratulating Emma Alam, she said, “One of the greatest achievements of sports for Pakistan. A unique heroin addict suffering from epidemic diseases in 2020, and Supreme Grand World Memory Champion for 2020.”

Emma Alam said she is very excited to win. “I intended to do my best at WMC 2020. I have supported a lot of practice every day for the last two years. It was possible through my coach and the institute.” The winner said he was still amazed at how powerful the human memory mechanism was. And the brain’s unlimited information storage system.

“I look forward to competing again next year with even better performance. I congratulate all the amazing competitors who have competed around the world,” he added.


Emma Alam is a dedicated young girl from Pakistan. He has competed in various memory championships. This includes the 3rd Asia Pacific Memory Championship in Malaysia, and the 28th World Memory Championship in China. After winning innumerable medals and trophies through his excellent performances. She is currently completing her education through home schooling. Emma Alam and Team Pakistan were trained under the Institute of Human Memory Development International (IHMD). Abira Athar, another member of Team Pakistan. He finished 7th in the 2020 world rankings.


The World Memory Sports Council (WMSC) is the governing body for Mind Sport of Memory worldwide. The World Memory Championship is a prestigious brain sports tournament. In which the skills of intellectual abilities are measured in comparison to physical sports. Mind sports is a unique form of sport compared to the Olympic Games. One celebrates by taking the lead in sports performance, and the other celebrates the best minds on earth. Mind Sports is one of the most elite and prestigious sports in the world today.

Only the WMSC Championship is recognized and accepted by the Guinness World Records.

Last year, the 28th World Memory Championship was held in China. The overall champion was Ryo Song, a young girl from DPR Korea’s incredible team.

The World Memory Championship was founded in 1991 by world-renowned Tony Buzan and Raymond Kenny. Highlighting the incredible power of human memory globally. Candidates with the fastest and fastest memory skills compete to demonstrate their intellectual power. It was to set new heights for what human memory can really achieve.



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