Oakridge student bags 4th position at world memory meet
Breaking all the memory boundaries, a 12-year-old student of Oakridge International School, Avinash Sai Gogineni proved his impeccable skills at the...
Hyderabad: Breaking all the memory boundaries, a 12-year-old student of Oakridge International School, Avinash Sai Gogineni proved his impeccable skills at the 26th World Memory Championships in Shenzhen, China held recently.
He along with 17 other teammates represented India and made the country proud by winning the 4th position in the world. Memorising is not just a knack but a skill that can be learned with meticulous effort and that is exactly what Avinash has done and prepared himself for the world memory championship.
“With my record-breaking scores, I was amongst the top competitors in the Indian team,” said Avinash. He has ranked third position in the memory test in India and then qualified for internationals. “My school teachers have always encouraged me to do better and the school has been very supportive, which has helped me to put-in more training hours when needed” says Avinash. “We are extremely proud of Avinash's achievement and are convinced this is just the beginning of even greater things to come.” said ArjunRao, Principal of Oakridge International School.