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Each sport will produce a Sport Technical Package which will outline all details related to the sport, including eligibility, event specifics, sport fee and sport contact details. Technical Packages are typically available approximately 8 months prior to the Games and can be found on the Alberta Masters Sport Information webpage under each sport icon/listing.
There will be no qualifying or selection process for the Alberta Masters Games. Participants must only meet the required membership affiliations and age requirements set by the respective Sport Organizing bodies as indicated in each Sport Technical Package. In order to register for the Alberta Masters Games, participants will be required to complete an online registration that includes a registration fee and accepting Waiver of Liability and Release. The Waiver indicates that you have read the Code of Conduct and will abide by the rules of the Games. Registration Typically will open 4 months prior to the start of the games.
The registration fee for the Alberta Masters Games is $35.00 per participant, plus any respective sport fees as listed in each Sport Technical Package.. This includes:
- Games accreditation
- Welcome or Closing supper
- Participation in social events (some events may require admission for entry)
- Take away keepsake from the AMG
- Games experience and memories that will last a lifetime!
Athletes participating in the Master Games are responsible for the following:
- Accommodation: Participants are required to arrange their own accommodation (if required) while in the host community. Hotel/motel or RV opportunities will be available.
- Transportation: Participants are responsible for all of their own transportation – both to and from the Host Community, and throughout the Games.
- Meals: One dinner will be included as part of the participant registration fee, but all other meals will be the responsibility of each participant
The Alberta Masters Games are typically four days long, including travel days to and from the host community. Most sports will compete two or three days, while some are single day events. Sport Technical Packages will outline the general schedule for each sport. Participants must arrive in the host community in time to pick up their accreditation prior to their event starting, and are encouraged to stay following the end of their event to further experience and explore the host community.
Once the games have started all of the results will be available online at Alberta Masters Games Results. Current and Past results can be found at Alberta Masters Games under Results.
Sports are approved following the awarding of the Games to the host community, and may change from Games to Games. Interested participants are encouraged to check the current Games sport list on the website for the more information:. The following sports were hosted at the 2019 Alberta Masters Games:
- Hockey (M & F)
- Ice Curling
- Indigenous Games
- Slo-Pitch (mixed)
- Trail Run