15 September 2017
Time to stop thinking about it, and just do it! Entries for the 16th Australian Masters Games close for most sports in just one week on Friday, 22 September.
Don't miss out on Australia's greatest multi-sport festival, happening this October in Tasmania's North West.
CLICK HERE to enter for the Games.
Did you know that your registration fee covers multiple sports? No matter how many sports you enter you only pay the initial Games registration fee once. Why not try something new, like trail running through the Tarkine, or cycling down Old Coast Road, or tenpin bowling?
Follow the lead of Michael Bates of Upper Stowport, Tasmania who has entered in four sports - Footy 15s, Hillclimb, Trail Running and the Burnie Ten.
“I’m probably being a bit greedy going into four events but I went online and had a look and thought I may as well try a few different things.”
CLICK HERE to read more about Michael in The Advocate.
Take the stress out of figuring out lunch, or dinner for your team while in Tassie and order Subway ahead of time. With a variety of options on the menu there is something for everyone.
Start making plans now and call 0448 106 375 to place your order.
*Delivery is subject to availability and one-hour notice is needed.
Keep the party going after the Games closing on Saturday, 28 October with the Hoodoo Gurus at West Park Oval in Burnie.
Local events and promotions company, Skyfields, is putting on the concert and is offering Games participants a discounted ticket price of $59. To purchase, participants will need to enter their registration number under Competitors General Admission ticket.
CLICK HERE to buy tickets.
More than 10,000 athletes and spectators will come together in Adelaide in 2019 for the 17th Australian Masters Games.
Tasmania’s North West has put on a show during eight days of memorable Australian Masters Games action, according to Games general manager Scott Wade.
It is impressive for anyone to take up a sport in their later years and compete as a Masters athlete, but starting out as a gymnast at the age of 60 is a remarkable achievement by Alexander Beernink.