PI MATRIX RECORDS
Rules :
Each line of PI is numbered and there are 50 digits on each line in blocks of five. The candidate is given a number of a line of PI and then has to either recite the line forward or backwards. Or he will be asked to name a certain digit on that line. He also may have to multiply two certain digits on different lines. The candidate has to answer 50 tests and get them all correct.
On 09 October 1999, Creighton Carvello of England was able to pass all these tests on the first 10,050 digits of PI. His attempt took place at the Royal Holloway, University of London, Egham, Surrey, England. Two official witnesses were present.
The following performances have not yet been verified :
G. Uday Shankar, 7,000 digits
Bishwaroop Roy Chowdhury, 4,200 digits
Professor Aitkin, 2,000 digits
EVEREST OF MEMORY TESTS
Rules :
The first 10,000 digits of Pi are divided into 2,000 5digit blocks. The testers call out one of these 5digit sequences, and the candidate must reply with the 5digit numbers on either side of the number chosen. This happens 50 times.
Ranking List:
1 
Lars Christiansen 
15 March 2024 
13 min 34,77 sec 
World Record 2024 
2 
Martin Nilsson 
05 October 2019 
14 min 33.60 sec 
World Record 2019 
3 
Kevin Horsley 
14 March 2013 
16 min 38.35 sec 
World Record 2013 
4 
Mark A. Nissen 
29 March 2019 
16 min 51 sec 

5 
12 February 2008 
17 min 39 sec 
World Record 2008 

6 
Jan Harms 
27 July 2007 
20 min 30 sec 
World Record 2007 
7 
Philip Bond 
28 June 2004 
29 min 51 sec 
World Record 2004 
8 
28 Aug 1999 
39 min 
World Record 1999 

9 
Philip Bond 
18 May 1994 
53 min 
World Record 1994 
OLYMPUS MONS OF MEMORY TESTS
Rules :
The first 100,000 digits of Pi are divided into 1,000 pages, containing 10 rows with 9 digits and 1 row with 10 digits each. The testers call out one of these 9 or 10digit sequences, and the candidate must reply with the 9 or 10digit numbers on either side of the number chosen. This happens 50 times.
Jonas von Essen from Sweden was the first to pass this test on 10 March 2020 in a time of 33 minutes and 00,63 seconds.