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Wilton man helps U.S. team to 5th place in World Memory Championships

Brad Zupp poses in London before competing  in the 21st annual World Memory Championship.
Brad Zupp poses in London before competing in the 21st annual World Memory Championship.
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Brad Zupp, the 44-year-old Wilton man with remarkable memory skills, helped the United States team place fifth in the World Memory Championships in England. This is the highest finish ever for an American team at the world championships, which featured competitors from 24 countries Friday through Sunday in Kennington, a suburb of London. Zupp said he wasn’t able to reach his goal of becoming a grand master of memory at the championships. “I had a ...


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