Sri Vyshnavi Yarlagadda is a 21 year old International Master of Memory representing India. She is the first Indian to win an open category medal at the World Memory Championships. She achieved this feat by winning the Gold medal in Names and Faces event at the 20th World Memory Championship – 2011 in Guangzhou, China. She is the first Indian to set a Junior World Record and also the first Indian Woman to win a Gold medal in World Junior Memory Championships. She completed a hat-trick in 2012 by winning the gold medal at the World Memory Championship in London. She is the youngest Indian, first and the only woman in India to achieve the International Master of memory title.
She was honoured by the President of India, Shri. Pranab Mukherjee as one of the top 100 women achievers of India on 22 January 2016 at Rashtrapati Bhawan. She was one of the five sportspersons to have won the award.
From winning a Gold Medal at her Debut World Memory Championships to winning a gold medal yet again in Singapore at the World Memory Championship – 2016, She has come a long way by breaking records and making history with over 50+ National and International Medals in memory sports.
Vyshnavi has successfully managed to not let her passion interfere with her academics and life. Despite being home schooled, She is a graduate in psychology and is pursuing her masters in Clinical Psychology. She has also studied fashion Designing and is an avid artist. She spends her free time indulging in learning new activities like Kathak and Tai chi.
|Indian National Memory Championships||Names and Faces||Gold|
|World Junior Memory Championship||Names and Faces||Gold|
|Indian Open Memory Championships||Names and Faces||Gold|
|Indian Open Memory Championships||Random Words||Bronze|
|Indian Open Memory Championships||Historic/Future Dates||Bronze|