Exciting News in April Newsletter

This month’s newsletter (click to read) includes: Coming in April – Age Best Performances! – Rex Harvey’s wish. Memberships for less in April To thank you for your help ensuring MastersRankings continues to benefit our sport and Masters Athletes worldwide, we offer reduced minimum contribution for membership. Anyone contributing a…

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A Message from WMA President Margit Jungmann

Dear Masters Athletics Family, I hope you and your loved ones are healthy and safe during these challenging times. Our deep sympathies to family and friends of those who have passed. It is with great sadness that I confirm that the Toronto2020 WMA Stadia Championships is cancelled for July. It…

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2019 WMA Best Athletes are here!

Congratulations athletes! There were many exceptional accomplishments making our selections difficult. My gratitude to the WMA Regions for your support in nominations and selections. Also, thank you to the WMA Members and WMA Regions who helped create this announcement. It is my great honor to present the 2019 WMA Best…

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EMAC 2019 & EMA Welcome World Masters Rankings

EMAC 2019 & European Masters Athletics’ hospitality to welcome World Masters Rankings, also known as MastersRankings.com, to Venice clearly demonstrates their commitment to Masters Athletes. Thank you Kurt Kaschke, Helena Pires de Carvalho, Jean Thomas, Marta Rossi, Linda Interlandi, Moreno Beggio, and the EMAC team. MastersRankings is excited to meet…

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Wow, What a Championship!

The 2019 World Masters Athletics Championships Indoors in Toruń, Poland between 24 and 30 March was historic. Most athletes registered (4,345) for a WMA Indoor Championship; 37 World Records; amazing country, city, Local Organizing Committee, facility, officials, and volunteers. The greatest moment of the championship, and arguably any championship, was the…

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David Pain, Masters T&F Promoter, Passes

David Pain – 1922 to 2019 Several people were instrumental in starting Masters Athletics but David Pain was the pioneer for our international sport. “As a then 44 year old not very fit lawyer, I thought competing against 20 year olds just didn’t seem right. I had been exposed to…

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It will not take much!

It won’t take much to have up-to-date Rankings lists including everyone; have complete All-Time lists; expand news site and have 1-3 articles per day; have complete Upcoming Competition lists; everything else you have requested plus fund MastersRankings.com. With your help, all of this will happen and your rankings site will…

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It’s been a while

Thank you to everyone reaching out over the past several months. Sorry there haven’t been many posts or newsletters (click to subscribe). You may know that, since taking on compiling World Rankings in 2014, I have been working on many things at once like developing relationships, increasing awareness for the…

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15 World Records Set at USATF Masters Championships!

The USATF Masters Indoor Championships in Landover, Maryland contested between March 16th and 18th was arguably the smoothest run meet in USATF Masters history. The process used to organize and run this meet will be used going forward so athletes participating will have exceptional competition experience. A huge thank you…

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