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Innsbruck 2020

The Winter World Masters Games (WWMG) are the World’s Greatest Winter Sports Festival for 30+ Year Olds. In January 2020 more than 3,000 athletes will gather in Tyrol to compete in twelve sports in the Olympic spirit of performance, friendship and respect. A spectacular alpine setting, cultural highlights and state-of-the-art venues are the further ingredients for this unique festival of winter sports.

From ambitious athletes to passionate amateurs, everyone is welcome to take part in the Winter World Masters Games. If you’re old enough to compete then we look forward to hearing from you. The minimum age varies depending on the sport. There is no maximum age limit. True to its mottos “sport for everyone” and “sport for life”, the International Masters Games Association (IMGA) – which is recognised by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) – aims to encourage people of all ages to be active and do sport. The first World Masters Games (WMG) were held in Toronto, Canada in 1985. Since then they have grown to become the largest multisport event in the world based on the number of competitors taking part.


historic Olympic venues


shared community spirit


Innsbruck – capital of the Alps


genuinely warm hospitality
All WWMG share a common passion for sport. The event’s motto Spirit Together focuses on this common sense of community and shared love of sport at the 2020 Winter World Masters Games.
The logo of the 2020 Winter World Masters Games 2020 references a key symbol of Innsbruck: the apostrophe. For the event logo, five apostrophes have been placed on top of each other in a star shape reminiscent of the five Olympic Rings.

The colours, white and light blue, and the ice crystal form conjure up images of winter landscapes – a sight which can be enjoyed in Innsbruck by turning your eyes to the skies and admiring the majestic snowy mountains which surround the city on all sides.