Quick Memory Records for Digits

Speed Memory World Championships: see www.speed-memory.com

The Rules

(If you want to break a record that is published in a record book or governed by an international authorithy, there may be other or additional rules. See here for more information.)
  1. The record is for the greatest
  2. memorised and recalled
  3. The numbers should appear simultaneously to the competitor on a screen.
  4. It is not allowed to write down anything while the numbers are displayed. However, the competitor can write down numbers from memory AFTER they have flashed up.
  5. The numbers must be recalled in the correct order without errors. If a wrong digit is called and this is corrected immediately and spontaneously without prompting then this would not count as an error.

The Records: Decimal Numbers, 1 Second

13 Creighton Carvello (Great Britain)
14 Ramón Campayo (Spain) on 9 November 2003
15 Ramón Campayo (Spain) on 9 November 2003
16 Ramón Campayo (Spain) on 9 November 2003
17 Ramón Campayo (Spain) on 4 September 2004
18 Ramón Campayo (Spain) on 7 November 2004
19 Ramón Campayo (Spain) on 6 November 2005
20 Ramón Campayo (Spain) on 18 December 2010
21 Miguel Ángel Vergara (Spain) on 5 October 2013

The Records: Decimal Numbers, 2 Seconds

23 Ramón Campayo (Spain) on 21 June 2009

The Records: Decimal Numbers, 3 Seconds

25 Ramón Campayo (Spain) on 21 June 2009

The Records: Decimal Numbers, 4 Seconds

19 Creighton Carvello (Great Britain)
22 Gert Mittring (Germany)
25 Ramón Campayo (Spain) on 29 May 2006
26 Ramón Campayo (Spain) on 8 June 2006
27 Ramón Campayo (Spain) on 22 December 2007
29 Ramón Campayo (Spain) on 14 June 2008
30 Ramón Campayo (Spain) on 4 December 2008
31 Miguel Ángel Vergara (Spain) on 6 October 2013

The Records: Binary Numbers, 1 Second

24 Ramón Campayo (Spain) on 9 November 2003
27 Ramón Campayo (Spain) on 9 November 2003
30 Ramón Campayo (Spain) on 9 November 2003
33 Ramón Campayo (Spain) on 4 September 2004
40 Ramón Campayo (Spain) on 7  November 2004
42 Ramón Campayo (Spain) on 8 June 2006
44 Ramón Campayo (Spain) on 29 April 2007
46 Ramón Campayo (Spain) on 8 June 2007
48 Ramón Campayo (Spain) on 25 July 2009
49 Michel Rivera (Spain) on 5 October 2013
50 Miguel Ángel Vergara (Spain) on 24 May 2014
52 Miguel Ángel Vergara (Spain) on 5 October 2015

The Records: Binary Numbers, 2 Seconds

33 Ramón Campayo (Spain) on 9 November 2003
36 Ramón Campayo (Spain) on 9 November 2003
39 Ramón Campayo (Spain) on 9 November 2003
42 Ramón Campayo (Spain) on 9 November 2003
43 Ramón Campayo (Spain) on 7  November 2004
44 Ramón Campayo (Spain) on 10 June 2005
46 Ramón Campayo (Spain) on 6 November 2005
48 Ramón Campayo (Spain) on 29 May 2006
50 Ramón Campayo (Spain) on 3 November 2006
52 Ramón Campayo (Spain) on 4 November 2006
54 Ramón Campayo (Spain) on 8 June 2007
56 Ramón Campayo (Spain) on 1 July 2009

The Records: Binary Numbers, 3 Seconds

27 Gert Mittring (Germany) on 6 Nov 1999
30 Gert Mittring (Germany) on 7 July 2000
32 Ralf Laue (Germany) on 29 September 2001
35 Jedrzej Cytawa (Poland) on 13 October 2002
36 Ramón Campayo (Spain) on 9 November 2003
39 Ramón Campayo (Spain) on 9 November 2003
42 Ramón Campayo (Spain) on 9 November 2003
45 Ramón Campayo (Spain) on 9 November 2003
48 Ramón Campayo (Spain) on 9 November 2003
50 Ramón Campayo (Spain) on 10 June 2005
52 Ramón Campayo (Spain) on 8 June 2006
62 Ramón Campayo (Spain) on 4 November 2006
64 Ramón Campayo (Spain) on 21 June 2009
68 Ramón Campayo (Spain) on 1 August 2009

The Records: Binary Numbers, 4 Seconds

64 Ramón Campayo (Spain) on 22 December 2007
72 Ramón Campayo (Spain) on 14 June 2008
80 Ramón Campayo (Spain) on 14 June 2008
88 Ramón Campayo (Spain) on 25 July 2009
96 Ramón Campayo (Spain) on 18 December 2010

Program (JavaScript) for Record Attempts

HERE you can simulate record attempts with random numbers.


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