ASIA PACIFIC MASTERS GAMES 2023 JEONBUK KOREA

2023 jeonbuk korea

ASIA PACIFIC
MASTERS GAMES

  • 05.12.-20.
  • 2023.
    Fri-Sat
2023 jeonbuk korea

ASIA PACIFIC
MASTERS GAMES

  • 05.12.-20.
  • 2023.
    Fri-Sat

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)

Implementing Plans

  • A festival that allows others to harmonize with the people of Jeonbuk

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  • Contributing to the vitalization of sports-for-all through the continuous use of sports venues

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  • Globalizationof the Jeollabuk-do’s brand

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  • Strengthening global friendships_

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  • Revitalization of the local economy through the convergence of sports and tourism

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  • Diversification of leisure and recreation

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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.
Rounding The Summer
World Masters Games
The Winter
World Masters Games
Continents
Europe America Asia-Pacific
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