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New South Wales Masters Athletics caters for male and female athletes aged 30 and over, who live in New South Wales. We are the State Association for Masters athletes, as well as a Club affiliated with Athletics NSW, and we promote, encourage and host events specifically for those age groups.

Our governing body is the Australian Masters Athletics Association (AMA). Our competitions run in 5 year age groups (eg: W30=ages 30-34, M45=ages 45-49) across all track and field events, and we represent fitness, fun and friendship across a range of athletic events and activities.

Masters athletics is all about PARTICIPATION, so there are no qualification standards required for any masters event held worldwide. If you're joining your local Athletics NSW club as a masters age athlete, by joining our State Association as well will give you  many additional benefits and opportunities, like setting masters records and competing at many different levels of competiton around the world.  Read More

Click here for more information on how to register
Registration is coming soon for the 2023/24 season: 1 Oct 2023 to 30 Sep 2024

Latest News

Festival of Athletics

NSW Masters will be hosting a Festival of Athletics in the month of September inviting athletes, new and old to get involved.

AMA Athletics Championships - August Update

Tassie is hosting the 2024 Australian Masters Athletics Championship from 29th March to 1st April.

  • Less than 250 days to go!

  • Check out the draft program on the official website

  • Final program will be released Saturday 10th March 2024.

  • Registrations will open on Saturday 18th November 2023.

  • Early Bird registration is $70 plus $20 per individual event entered.

AMA Winter Throws Championships

AMA Winter Throws Championships will be held at QSAC - Kessels Road, Mount Gravatt QLD from 30 September to 2nd October.  Click read more for registration details and further information

Acknowledgement of Country

NSW Masters acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the various lands on which we run, walk, throw and jump. We pay our respects to Elders past and present, and recognise and celebrate the diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, and their ongoing cultures and connections to the lands and waters of NSW.

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