Welcome to Masters Events - a brand new vision
Welcome to Masters Events, a site designed for sports participants of any ability over the age of 35. Our aim is to promote events across all sports and to be an essential resource for anyone interested in participating in multi-sports events such as the 2015 European Masters Games and the 2017 World Masters Games, or individual sport events such as the World Masters Athletics in Lyon 2015, etc.
We aim to work closely with the National Bodies of the various sports to bring you as much information as possible and we invite all Masters Sports organisers, stakeholders, media, commercial partners and, most of all participants to engage with us. We are also at work in our local community in Kent, UK, promoting sport participation and health improvement for all.
Masters Events now has over 1,000 registered interested participants for 2015 European Masters Games in Nice. Schedule and Full Event Listing now available. Book your discounted accommodation now as this is in short supply.
We are a partner of SPORT - Get Inspired - http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/get-inspired
This large multi-sport competition always brings together more than 10,000 veteran and senior athletes from all over the world. 26 sports are offered and include Archery, Athletics (track and road), Badminton, Basketball, Beach Volleyball, Canoe-Kayak (ocean racing), Cycling (road and criterium), Fencing, Football, Handball, Judo, Karate, Orienteering, Sailing, Sea Rowing, Softball, Squash, Swimming, Table Tennis, Tennis, TouchRugby, Weightlifting and Wrestling. Disability sports are Athletics and Tennis.
With around 25,000 participants expected from all over the world to compete in some 30 different sports, the Auckland 2017 World Masters Games is one event not to be missed. The 16 core sports are:• Archery • Athletics • Badminton • Basketball• Canoeing / Kayaking • Cycling • Football • Hockey• Orienteering • Rowing • Shooting • Softball• Squash • Table tennis • Triathlon • Weightlifting.To make up the 30 sports, Auckland will select up to 14 additional sports to complement the core programme.
Lyon will hold the next edition of the World Masters Athletics following the successful Porto Alegre event in Brazil 2013.