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.

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.

You said it!

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

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.

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.

African competitor takes his passion the distance

Henok Redo, 34, has travelled an incredible 12,000km from Ethiopia to the Gold Coast to compete in taekwondo at his first Pan Pacific Masters Games.

Judokas’ toss themselves onto international stage

Judo’s star is on the rise after it was recently announced as a sport in the 2020 Commonwealth Games to be held in the UK.

Amazing Pan Pacs age record set in pool

They are four nonagenarians who have just set a Pan Pacific Masters Games 50m freestyle relay record (5:18:54), their combined ages are 365 years and they have vowed to be back in 2020 to defend the gold medals they snared in the 360-399 division under blazing sunshine at the Gold Coast Aquatic Centre on Saturday.

Oldest rider the dark horse of the competition

As the oldest Pan Pacific Masters Games equestrian competitor at 72, Dr Peter Ewing has a strong chance of winning gold despite competing against riders 20 years his junior.

PNG hockey players shed tears over Pan Pacs players’ generosity

Papua New Guinea-born Brisbane resident Dawn English (46) was brought to tears when she learned the Gold Coast Hockey Association was arranging donations of playing equipment to PNG children.