For many people the Torun WMAiC is a happy memory, and rightly so. The organisation and technical delivery were first class and a testimony to the quality of work undertaken
WMA President thanks you!WMA President thanks you!
WMACi 2023 is history. These championships went by too fast. We all have lasting memories of seven days of great emotions and a wonderful Masters Athletics competition in Toruń, which
Thank you, Toruń, for another great ChampionshipThank you, Toruń, for another great Championship
The city of Toruń once again organized and ran a fantastic championship! Thank you so much to the city of Toruń, organizers, officials and volunteers. Your facilities, professionalism, kindness and,
Powell and Del Grande have another thrilling race!Powell and Del Grande have another thrilling race!
Anyone expecting another fantastic final between Karla Del Grande, CAN, and Caroline Powell, GBR, in the W65 200m race were not disappointed. The two oldest athletes
2019 Champions Return to Win Again2019 Champions Return to Win Again
Same location, new age group, same results! Several athletes won at WMACi2019 and returned to win the event in a new age group. Repeat 800m Champions were Eva Trost, W55,
Records set at WMACi2023Records set at WMACi2023
Sumiko Yamakawa Imoto, BRA, set two W85 world records in Toruń Share on FacebookTweetFollow us
The Best Still the Best!The Best Still the Best!
Rietje Dijkman, W80, NED, 2005 WMA Best Female Athlete, Charles Allie, M75, USA, 2013 and 2018 WMA Best Male Athlete and WMA 2010 - 2019 Athletes of the Decade, Karla
Age Group World Champion…Again!Age Group World Champion…Again!
Masters Athletics has many exciting moments - another thing that makes these Championships special. It is great following athletes and witnessing them accomplishing great things. Emmanuelle McGowan, USA, ran 1:01.23
Top of Podium Again!Top of Podium Again!
Previous Next Live Results Photos One might wonder whether runners would run in 35 degrees Celsius or Fahrenheit. That was close to the conditions in Bathurst, Australia for the WMA
A Great Start for the 9th WMACiA Great Start for the 9th WMACi
The first race of the Championship was a good start with Margret Goettnauer, GER, leading all runners in the W70+ 3000m with a time of 13:11.95, a little over 40