Health and Wellbeing Queensland has thrown their support behind the 2024 Pan Pacific Masters Games (PPMG) coming on board as the first event partner for the 1-10 November sporting spectacular.

Competitors in the biennial event hail from all corners of Australia and more than 30 countries with entries on track to surpass the 13,591 who competed in PPMG 2022.

This event is the perfect fit for Health and Wellbeing Queensland with competitors making the positive choice to get out and active and contest their chosen sport in a fun and friendly environment, Events Management Queensland (EMQ) CEO Ben Mannion said.

“PPMG encourages people to continue to enjoy the spirit of sporting competition at a master’s level without the pressure of qualifying standards and surrounded by likeminded people.

“The event embraces being healthy and active at any age and supports Health and Wellbeing’s vision and mission to achieve greater health through more movement.”

Health and Wellbeing Queensland Chief Executive Officer, Dr Robyn Littlewood said the Pan Pacific Masters Games encourages people of all fitness levels in every community across the state to have a go at boosting their physical activity.

“The benefits of sport and exercise go beyond the physical. It builds social connections, self-esteem, discipline and empowerment and most of all, you can have fun.

“From archery to water polo, these Games are a wonderful opportunity to not only create some legendary moments, but to bring people together in a social, positive and active environment.”

Mr Mannion welcomed Health and Wellbeing Queensland to the PPMG partner team and assured them they would be inspired in their mission by the athletes of all ages and walks of life pursuing sporting glory as a master’s competitor.

People wanting to join in can visit to register or get more information.


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