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Touch

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Judo

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Rugby League

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Swimming

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Indoor Netball

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Live Nightly Entertainment

Madison Kat

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Killer Queen

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The Soul Men – Blues Brothers Show

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Emma Lancaster (DJ)

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Whitenoise

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World-Class Venues

Coomera Indoor Sports Centre

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Gold Coast Sports and Leisure Centre

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RACV Royal Pines Resort

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Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre

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Nerang Mountain Bike Trails

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LATEST NEWS

11

Nov

It’s not goodbye, it’s see you in 2020!

The curtain has officially dropped this afternoon on the 11th biennial Pan Pacific Masters Games on the Gold Coast and was rated by organisers, participants and officials as the biggest and most successful in its history.

11

Nov

Canadian women dive into the Gold Coast

The Gold Coast’s warm weather and open-air diving venue have attracted three women from over 13,000 kilometres away for this year’s Pan Pacific Masters Games.

11

Nov

You said it!

You said it! A collection of golden quotes from the 2018 Pan Pacific Masters Games.

11

Nov

Heather breaks world record in road walk

New South Wales masters athlete Heather Lee broke the world record in the 10km road race walk this morning on the final day of competition at the Pan Pacific Masters Games on Australia’s Gold Coast.

10

Nov

Farmer Ken back on track to good health

Gunnedah’s Ken Crawford (70) is back tossing the discus and shotput after taking a half century sabbatical to tend his cattle farm.

He’s crediting his return to sport to lifting him from a very dark place.