10. - 19. January 2020
35-plus; the best age for competition? Of course! The Winter World Masters Games make it possible. While many professional athletes are already enjoying their retirement, this sports event is just beginning. The lower age limit is 35, but the sky is the limit for anyone older. The games will be carried out across twelve winter sports, with 3,000 participants giving their best and battling for victory at the 'Senior Olympics'.
Help out as a volunteer
Do you want to be live behind the scenes at the greatest sporting events? Become a volunteer! Our voluntary helpers work in many different areas including guest relations, transport, ceremonies and much more. If you wish to be a part of future sports events, simply register on the volunteer platform, where you can select your chosen area and receive information about upcoming events.
Everyone can take part!
From ambitious athletes to passionate amateurs, everyone is welcome to take part in the Winter World Masters Games. If you’re old enough to compete then we look forward to hearing from you. The minimum age varies de-pending on your sport. There is no maximum age limit. True to its mottos “sport for everyone” and “sport for life”, the International Masters Games Association (IMGA) – which is recognised by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) – aims to encourage people of all ages to be active and do sport.