Australian Masters Athletics National Championships

Friday 10 March 2023 to Monday 13 March 2023

Overview

NSW Masters Athletics is delighted to be hosting the next Australian Masters Athletics National Championship in Sydney on March 10-13 2023, and looks forward to welcoming athletes over 30 (from both…

NSW Masters Athletics is delighted to be hosting the next Australian Masters Athletics National Championship in Sydney on March 10-13 2023, and looks forward to welcoming athletes over 30 (from both Australia and from overseas) to compete in the premier athletics venue in New South Wales, the Sydney Olympic Park Athletics Centre.

Masters athletics is all about participation, and there are no qualification standards required for any master's event held worldwide. Competition runs in five-year age groups (eg: W30=ages 30-34, M45=ages 45-49), and there will be four days of events, across all track and field, walks and cross-country disciplines.

Event information and entry requirements are all located at the event website at www.sydney2023.com.au

This is a wonderful opportunity to be involved in a national athletics event, at the best athletics venue, to meet other like-minded people and make new friends, and to also take some time to sightsee around the Olympic Park precinct in Sydney, and add on some time in regional NSW while here.

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