Cleveland is proud to host the 2024 Pan-American Masters Games (PAMG), a flagship event of the International Masters Games Association (IMGA), on July 12-21 in Northeast Ohio. The event will bring together more than 7,500 athletes and thousands more spectators from around the world for a multisport event expected to be the largest international gathering in the city's history. It is estimated to provide nearly $18 million in direct spending into the local economy.
PAMG is a quadrennial celebration of vibrancy and sportsmanship featuring athletes from more than 50 countries to compete in up to 30 medal-contending sports including track and field, tennis, basketball, pickle-ball and cycling.
A full list of sports and disciplines will be announced in early 2023.
This event showcases perseverance, vigor, health and vitality at any stage of life. Masters athletes are designated as 30 years or older, with some competitors more than 100 years of age. With a multitude of cultures coming together for fun and sport, it offers an opportunity for worldly, friendly competition.
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