Please be aware that there are limited spaces available in the Orienteering competition and it will likely sell out before registrations close on 3 March 2017. If you know of people that have still not entered, let them know to avoid disappointment.
Friday 3 March is the deadline to register for most sports in World Masters Games 2017. So if you’re not signed up, it’s your last chance! Note that after this date, a late entry fee of $50 may apply to registrations, so it pays to get in now.
Sports are reaching capacity quickly. Archery, Football, Golf, Hockey, Softball, Squash and Tennis are sold out. In other sports, disciplines and grades are now limited. There are still plenty of sports open – like Netball, Touch, Road Cycling and Mountain Biking, the 10k and Half Marathon road races, Lawn Bowls, Table Tennis, Surf Life Saving, Open Water Swimming and Triathlon.
Many sports take place in the weekends, so there’s no need to take time off work. And remember that all registered athletes and supporters can attend the Opening Ceremony at Eden Park, which is not open to the public. Behind the high energy show is New Zealand’s pre-eminent event producer, Mike Mizrahi. The Opening Ceremony will celebrate the spirit of the World Masters Games by combining visual effects and live performance as well as the celebratory athletes’ march.
So visit the World Masters Games 2017 website and sign up now, it’s your last chance!