What is the Asia-Pacific Masters Games?
International Sports-for-all FestivalWhat is the Asia-Pacific Masters Games 2023 Jeonbuk korea?
- 「Asia-Pacific Masters Games 2023 Jeonbuk Korea」 (APMG) is comparable to the Olympics, and everyone from all over the world can participate in the international multi-sport event regardless of gender, age, race, religion or status.
- The 1st Asia-Pacific Masters Games (Penang, Malaysia, 2018)
- Host City Selection : APMG is held every 4 years and is approved by the International Masters Games Association (IMGA)
A festival that allows others to harmonize with the people of Jeonbuk
Contributing to the vitalization of sports-for-all through the continuous use of sports venues
Globalizationof the Jeollabuk-do’s brand
Strengthening global friendships_
Revitalization of the local economy through the convergence of sports and tourism
Diversification of leisure and recreation
Types of Masters Game
- The World Masters Games were first held in Toronto, Canada in 1985, and a total of 9 events were held until 2017. Winter World Masters Games were held first in 2010.
- By continents, there are European, Pan-American, and Asia-Pacific Masters Games. In Jeollabuk-do, Korea, the 2nd Asia-Pacific Masters Games is scheduled to be held in 2023.
World Masters Games
World Masters Games
|1||Toronto, Canada8,305 people from61 countries in 1985||Bled, Slovenia6 sports 3,000 people from42 countries in 2010||Malmo, Sweden3,022 people from46 countries in 2008||Vancouver, Canada23 sports 5,002 people from50 countries in 2016||Penang, Malaysia22 sports 6,500 people from65 countries in 2018|
|2||Aalborg, Denmark37 sports 5,500 people from76 countries in 1989||Quebec, Canada9 sports 1,500 people from20 countries in 2015||Lignano, Italy19 sports 3,118 people from56 countries in 2011||Rio de Janeiro, Brazil24 sports expecting 15,000 people from 43 countries in 2022||Jeollabuk-do Korea 26 sports expecting13,000 people from 70 countries in 2023|
|3||Brisbane, Australia30 sports 24,500 people from74 countries in 1994||Innsbruck, Austria 12 sports 3,200 people from58 countries in 2020||Nice, France27 sports 2,918 people from76 countries in 2015|
|4||Portland, USA28 sports 11,400 people from102 countries in 1998||Turino, Italy31 sports 6,698 people from107 countries in 2019|
|5||Melbourne, Australia26 sports 24,886 people from98 countries in 2002||Tampere, Finland in 2023|
|6||Edmonton, Canada30 sports 21,600 people from89 countries in 2005|
|7||Sydney, Australia28 sports 28,676 people from95 countries in 2009|
|8||Turino, Italy30 sports 15,394 people from99 countries in 2013|
|9||Auckland, New Zealand28 sports 28,578 people from100 countries in 2017|
|10||Kansai, Japan35 sports and 59 disciplines An estimated 50,000 peoplein 100 countries in 2022|
|11||Taipei, Taiwanin 2025|