Anyone else going?
Minimum age varies by sport - I'm sailing for which the minimum age is 35.
More about the event at www.wmg2017.com
28 sports and 45 disciplines have now been confirmed into the official programme of the 9th World Masters Games in Auckland, New Zealand.

They are: archery, athletics, badminton, baseball, basketball, canoe, cycling, football, golf, hockey, lawn bowls, netball, orienteering, rowing, rugby, sailing, shooting, softball, squash, surf life saving, swimming, table tennis, tennis, touch, triathlon, volleyball, water polo, and weightlifting.

Archery, football, golf, hockey and softball have all reached current capacity. Athletes can still register their interest by adding their name to the waitlist and organisers will contact you direct.

All sports competitions are run to international federation rules and guidelines. Many sports offer different grades of competition from competitive to social. This presents participants of all levels of skill the opportunity to compete against athletes of similar capability and win medals.

Each sport offer mens and womens competitions except baseball which is mens only. As is customary, two sports – weightlifting and orienteering – will hold their annual World Masters Championships at World Masters Games 2017.