LONDON: A young girl from Pakistan has won the 29th World Memory Championships global finals, beating more than 300 competitors from all over the world.

Emma Alam competed in over 10 disciplines in three-day competition which included participants from China, Canada, United Kingdom, South Korea, Vietnam, India, Malaysia, Algeria, United States, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, Libya, Qatar and Iraq.

Emma Alam and Syeda Kisa Zehra from Team Pakistan also broke multiple world records in this year’s championship.

The World Memory Championships was founded in 1991 by world-renowned Tony Buzan and Raymond Keene with the aim to shine a global spotlight on the incredible power of human memory.

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