If you like mental calculation, then this is an ideal test. You can see here, how fast you really are. But even if you are already very good, you can get a lot better with some consequent training.
Mathletics is also very effective, if you want to calculate quicker. An average calculater can double up his or her speed.
Of course you can also use an electronic calculator - but with that you won't have a chance to reach real good results, besides maybe in the shot put and in the hammer throw. This is why a single good result in one of these disciplines is not enough to automatically reach the Top-10-List. Any objections or complaints, marked "Mathletics" to the webmaster.
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|Some of the participants in Mathletics also compete in the Mental Calculation World Cup, in order to challenge the best calculators of the world. Often they reach outstanding results:
2012 in Gießen: Leif Silverein (former Carlsson) from Sweden was 10th overall
2014 in Dresden: Wenzel Grüß (only 12 years old) from Germany was 10th overall
2014 in Dresden: Georgi Georgiev from Bulgaria was 3rd in Calender Calculation
2016 in Bielefeld: Wenzel Grüß from Germany was 5th overall
2016 in Bielefeld: Georgi Georgiev from Bulgaria was 6th overall
2016 in Bielefeld: Georgi Georgiev from Bulgaria WON the Calender Calculation
2016 in Bielefeld: Nodas Boukovalas from Greece was 3rd in Calender Calculation
2016 in Bielefeld: Georgi Georgiev frpm Bulgaria was 3rd in Square Roots
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