As our week comes to a close, make sure you check out some of the highlights from Day Eight.
Entertainment Hub Gallery
Check out some of the highlights from the Entertainment Hub on Queens Wharf!
Check out some of the highlights from Day Seven of the Games.
Day Six saw a lot of action across the field, forest, greens and water. Click below to see some highlights.
Halfway through the Games already! A few less sports in action on ANZAC Day, but it was full of excitement none the less! Follow the link below to see a few highlights from Day Five.
Click to see the images from Day Four!
It was a full on day with 25 sports being played across 37 competition venues throughout Auckland. Day Three also saw the opening of Toi Ora - A Living Gallery, where The Cloud became alive with Maori arts and culture.
Twelve more sports kicked off today including – athletics, basketball, football, hockey, rugby, shooting, surf life saving, table tennis, touch and volleyball. The Entertainment Hub at Queens Wharf was also in full swing, with a highlight being Superhero Saturday and the participant party in the Cloud.
Five sports kicked off today – badminton, softball, baseball, canoe and swimming - as well an amazing Opening Ceremony at Eden Park. See all the action from Day One of World Masters Games 2017.
Six months to go celebration
The World Masters Games family came together on 20 October 2016 to celebrate the 6 months to go milestone at The Cloud on Queen's Wharf.
2 Years to Go
The World Masters Games family came together on 30 April 2015 to celebrate the 2 years to go milestone at the Auckland War Memorial Museum.
on December 5 World Masters Games 2017 announced the 45 sports competition venues at the top of SKYCITY in Auckland City.
on June 26 World Masters Games 2017 announced the official event programme consisting of 28 sports.
World Masters Games 2017 announced its first five ambassadors. Find out who they are.
3 Years to Go
WMG2017 and its community of stakeholders celebrated 3 years to go on 30 April, 2014.