ASIA PACIFIC MASTERS GAMES 2018

7-15 SEPTEMBER 2018 . 9 DAYS . 22 SPORTS

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Unity and Strength Will Be Burn Bright With The APMG Torch Run 2018!

It is a bold project that covers 3,908km, expecting to involves 15,000 participants. The torch will be carried by running, cycling, swimming, para-gliding, paramotor, speedboat, sea-walking etc. around whole Malaysia. The Torch Run will take 99 days to reach Penang for the Opening Ceremony of APMG 2018 on 8 September 2018.

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APMG TORCH RUN 2018 SCHEDULE

START KM START END DAYS  REMARK  SUNRISE
 Sabah 481.8 28-04-2018 07-05-2018 10 06:02 – 18:21
 Labuan 48.8 07-05-2018 07-05-2018 1 06.05 – 18.25
 Sarawak 731.3 18-06-2018 28-06-2018 11 Reach Miri 14/5, Ramadan 16/5 continue on 4th day Hari Raya 06.12 – 18.28
 Kedah – Langkawi 50.4 29-06-2018 29-06-2018 1 Fly from Kuching to Langkawi on 28/6 06.12 – 19.38
 Perlis 104.6 30-06-2018 02-07-2018 3 07.08 – 19.37
Kedah 194.8 03-07-2018 07-07-2018 5 07.04 – 19.32
 Kelantan  252.3 08-07-2018 13-07-2018 6 07.06 – 19.35

Unity and Strength Will Be Burn Bright With The APMG Torch Run 2018!

It is a bold project that covers 3,908km, expecting to involves 15,000 participants. The torch will be carried by running, cycling, swimming, para-gliding, paramotor, speedboat, sea-walking etc. around whole Malaysia. The Torch Run will take 99 days to reach Penang for the Opening Ceremony of APMG 2018 on 8 September 2018.

START KM START END DAYS  REMARK  SUNRISE
 Sabah 481.8 28-04-2018 07-05-2018 10 06:02 – 18:21
 Labuan 48.8 07-05-2018 07-05-2018 1 06.05 – 18.25
 Sarawak 731.3 18-06-2018 28-06-2018 11 Reach Miri 14/5, Ramadan 16/5 continue on 4th day Hari Raya 06.12 – 18.28
 Kedah – Langkawi 50.4 29-06-2018 29-06-2018 1 Fly from Kuching to Langkawi on 28/6 06.12 – 19.38
 Perlis 104.6 30-06-2018 02-07-2018 3 07.08 – 19.37
Kedah 194.8 03-07-2018 07-07-2018 5 07.04 – 19.32
 Kelantan  252.3 08-07-2018 13-07-2018 6 07.06 – 19.35

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APMG TORCH RUN 2018 SCHEDULE

Unity and Strength Will Be Burn Bright With The APMG Torch Run 2018!

It is a bold project that covers 3,908km, expecting to involves 15,000 participants. The torch will be carried by running, cycling, swimming, para-gliding, paramotor, speedboat, sea-walking etc. around whole Malaysia. The Torch Run will take 99 days to reach Penang for the Opening Ceremony of APMG 2018 on 8 September 2018.

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APMG TORCH RUN 2018 SCHEDULE

APMG 2018 Closing Ceremony Penang Asia Pacific Masters Games 2018 added 1,154 new photos.
APMG 2018 Opening Ceremony Check out on our Opening Ceremony pictures!
More to come!
Penang Asia Pacific Masters Games 2018 added 397 new photos.
Spirit of Beyond The Games by CUN Abudant memories brought by CUN with the spirit of "beyond the games". Together with APMG 2018 Torch, CUN left his footprint at all the states in Malaysia since 28th April 2018 during the Torch Run. It was a welcome return to Penang island back on 2nd Sept, warmly greeted by our Chief Minister, YAB Chow Kon Yeow, Mayor of Penang Island City Council, Dato' Ar. Yew Tung Seang, President of APMG 2018, YB Chong Eng and CEO of APMG 2018, Ms. Linda Geh and all the Penangites and the tourists!
Watch the short trailer of CUN in Penang island! Let's preserve the spirit of Masters Games!
We believe all of you are back to your homeland safe and sound and we hope you have had a great one in Penang. The Secretariat of APMG 2018 would like to thank everyone for the participation and assistance in making this inaugural Asia Pacific Masters Games 2018 a success. We apologise for any hiccups or shortcomings that happened during the games. We are pleased to announce most of the issues have been sorted out. We greatly thank you for your understanding and support! Cheers!

"Beyond the games!"
CUN has been travelling all around Malaysia for the longest APMG 2018 Torch Run! Any message to leave to CUN before he left? 😝Share your photo taken with CUN here in the comment to keep it memorable.

Photo credited: Anddrew Loh
Have yet to engraved your name on your medal? Last chance! Get it engraved before you heading home!

Last round of engraving-
Date: 16th Sept 2018 (Today)
Time: 12pm - 4pm
Venue: City Stadium

Make your medal even more meaningful!
Majlis Bandaraya Pulau Pinang - MBPP It was indeed a great night with APMG 2018 participants with their medals on! We are happy to have all of you in Penang! See you again!
UPACARA PENUTUPAN ASIA PACIFIC MASTERS GAMES PENANG 2018

Asia Pacific Masters Games Penang 2018 (APMG 2018) melabuhkan tirai dengan rasminya hari ini (15 September 2018) dengan penuh meriahnya di Setia SPICE, Bayan Baru, Pulau Pinang.

Acara penutupan telah diserikan dengan persembahan pembukaan Boria APMG dan beberapa persembahan video khas sempena penganjuran APMG 2018 di Pulau Mutiara serta persembahan kebudayaan seperti joget lambak.

Turut hadir semasa upacara penutupan ialah YB. Chong Eng selaku Presiden APMG Penang 2018, Mr. Kai Holm iaitu Presiden International Masters Games Association (IMGA), Datuk Bandar Majlis Bandaraya Pulau Pinang, Ybhg. Dato' Ar. Yew Tung Seang; Ahli-ahli Majlis dan Ketua-ketua Jabatan.

Selepas ini World Masters Games akan diadakan pula di Kansai, Jepun pada 15 sehingga 30 Mei 2021.

Di kesempatan ini, pihak Majlis Bandaraya Pulau Pinang ingin mengucapkan ribuan terima kasih kepada semua pihak yang banyak mencurahkan tenaga dan sokongan semasa 9 hari penganjuran temasya sukan antarabangsa ini di Pulau Pinang.

Tidak dilupakan juga jutaan ucapan tahniah kepada semua peserta yang telah bertanding dan memenangi pingat di temasya ini.

ASIA PACIFIC MASTERS GAMES PENANG 2018
Penang Asia Pacific Masters Games 2018 shared Majlis Bandaraya Pulau Pinang - MBPP's post.
The 9 days long Asia Pacific Masters Games 2018 with 22 sports has officially come to an end! We are proud to have the participation of over 5,500 participants from 64 countries and more than 3,000 of officials, crews and volunteers to make the inaugural APMG 2018 happened! Congratulations to all the masters athletes! We thank you from the bottom of our heart for your participation and the spirit of beyond the games to make it possible! 🌟
Photo credited: Majlis Bandaraya Pulau Pinang - MBPP
Penang Asia Pacific Masters Games 2018 is with Suresh Kumar.
Penang Asia Pacific Masters Games 2018 Last chance to engrave your name on your medal!!! Due to overwhelming response, the engraving service will be available for the last time today (16th Sept) at City Stadium from 12pm to 4pm. Don’t missed it!
Tomorrow is the last day of APMG 2018! Don't missed out the last chance to engrave your name on your podium medal! Get the engraving service at City Stadium from 8.30am - 5.00pm and 6.00pm onwards during the Closing Ceremony at SPICE Rooftop Garden!
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Photos from Penang Asia Pacific Masters Games 2018's post By JOHN MICHAEL
The Swiss Volley Masters team from Switzerland were pleasantly surprised to have won the gold medal in the Asia Pacific Masters Games 2018 Volleyball competition mixed 40 years and above category.
The Switzerland team thought they did not stand a chance in the final against Western Wallabies on Saturday. Swiss Volley Masters had already lost to the Australians once earlier in the competition.
However, it were the Swiss outfit which came out on tops with a four-sets victory at the Azman Hashim USM Sports Arena.
Swiss Volley Masters player Hans Grossenbacher admitted that his team were under-strength in Penang.
“Several key members of the team could not get time off from work, and were unable to come to Penang. They are a strong team, they beat us in the earlier round, so I was surprised we won today,” said Grossenbacher.
The 61-year-old sales manager from Zurich said the team which was competing in Penang had only been playing together since June.
Prior to victory in the APMG 2018, the Swiss Volley Masters had clinched gold in the mixed category and silver in the men’s category in the World Masters Games in Auckland, New Zealand last year.
They aim to maintain their golden streak at the 2021 World Masters Games in Kansai, Japan.
Penang Asia Pacific Masters Games 2018 added 3 new photos.
By DAKSHINA RASAKANU
The switch from aquatics to athletics has failed to dampen the winning spirit of ex-India national athlete Rachna Singh.
India’s ex-national swimmer and diver Rachna, 40, is competing in athletics at the Asia Pacific Masters Games 2018 in Penang.
She won a silver in the women’s 40 years and above category 10,000m race at the City Stadium.
During her younger days, Rachna was attracted to the swimming pool. She started swimming when she was 10 and started competing in age-group competitions at the age of 13.
She is a nine-time state swimming champion in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh and also achieved five Indian national records as well during her swimming career. Rachna represented India in swimming until she was 19 and then stopped due to a medical reason.
She was diagnosed with a pancreatic disease and was advised to undergo surgery. But she refused surgery, and insisted on taking medications to cure her illness.
“I am greatful that I did not have to undergo surgery,” said Rachna. “In the end, it turned out my disease was curable with medications after all.”
Rachna Singh looks up to her mother for inspiration as the latter was also a swimmer in her younger days.
Today, both mother and daughter run a private swimming pool mainly for women in Lucknow. The pool has been operational for the past 15 years.
“In our state, women prefer to swim in a female only pool as they want their privacy. So, I started a private swimming pool with the help of my mom and husband,” she said.
Rachna Singh has started this private swimming pool for the women to train for past 15 years and she and her husband runs that as their business.
She stared running on the insistence of her daughter's athletics coach Vikram Singh, a former India national triple jumper.
He saw her performance and asked whether she wants to participate in running competitions or tournaments.
“As a swimmer, I actually need to do more running to keep my muscles stronger. As I'm used to do running, I was interested in running as well,” Rachna said.
“I have been running in competitions for the past two years now, and I am really enjoying it.”
By FAEZATUL HASANAH
An extraordinary athlete at her current age, 45-year-old Neeru Kakkar symbolises strength and determination of a professional sports player.
Neeru, who has been active in athletics since small, was a three-time podium finisher in the 100m at the national level during her college days.
Due to professional and personal commitments after marriage, she had to stop competing in athletics.
“I had to do domestic chores, and when I became pregnant, sports took a backseat. But that does not stop my passion in athletics in any way,” she said.
It was only in 2015, when she was 42, that Neeru joined the Big Chandigarh Distance Running Club to rekindle her love for athletics. Her first race was an event to raise environmental awareness as well as a charity programme. She easily won the race for the women’s 45 years and above category and managed to raise Rs12000 for the charity event. She considers the event as one of her proudest achievements in life.
Neeru did not look back after that, taking part in short distance runs as well as 11 half marathons and one full marathon since.
Her main inspiration throughout her experience as a professional athlete was her closest friend Bimla Singh, 60. Bimla was Neeru’s motivator who was always with her throughout her journey as a runner.
They used to participate in national state championships together and have won finisher awards. Unfortunately, Bimla had a major car accident and died due to severe head injury .
“It is sad knowing that she is not here around me anymore but that does not stop me from running because Bimla will be disappointed if I stopped running.
“In some ways, I feel Bimla is the reason why I am still running right now and knowing that she is always going to be a part of me and I will never forget her,” added Neeru.
In the APMG 2018 in Penang, Neeru won a gold medal in the 10km road race for the women’s 45 years and above category.
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Day 4 result.
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Penang Asia Pacific Masters Games 2018 UPDATE:
LAST CALL!!! Lucky Draw entry submission at 15th Sept on 8.00pm!

Remember to submit your entry before it's too late!

Lucky winner will be announced at 10.15pm during the Closing Ceremony. Good luck!
To open up more chances for participants arrived in Penang before the last day of APMG 2018, Malaysia Airlines extended the lucky draw submission date to 15th Sept, on the Closing Ceremony! Just pass us your boarding pass for the draw!

How to participate:
1. Email your Malaysia Airlines e-boarding pass to hello@apmg2018.com; or drop your boarding pass at City Stadium lucky draw box; or drop at the entrance of Setia SPICE Rooftop Garden on Closing Ceremony
2. Only valid for flight to/from Penang for APMG 2018
3. Only valid for travel period: 1 – 22 Sept 2018
4. Closing date: 15 Sept 2018, 7.00pm

Good luck!
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Tomorrow is the last day of APMG 2018! Don't missed out the last chance to engrave your name on your podium medal! Get the engraving service at City Stadium from 8.30am - 5.00pm and 6.00pm onwards during the Closing Ceremony at SPICE Rooftop Garden!
Photos from Penang Asia Pacific Masters Games 2018's post By JOHN MICHAEL

It was meant to be a joyous occasion as the Kharkiv Masters football team stepped up to receive their gold medal for winning the Asia Pacific Masters Games 2018 football men’s 55 years and above open category yesterday morning, but it turned out to be a somber and emotional affair.
Tears flowed as the Kharkiv Masters team members, led by team captain Oleksandr Luhanskyi received their medals from Deputy Dewan Rakyat Speaker Datuk Rashid Hasnon on Friday morning. Just a day before, their team-mate and goalkeeper Oleksandr Shcherbinin had passed away after suffering a cardiac arrest in his hotel room.
The Ukrainian side put up a brave front at the University Science Malaysia as they had a short ceremony to pay respect and honour their team-mate before the prize giving ceremony.
Although they were already assured of the gold medal as the only team in their category, Kharkiv Masters were allowed to compete in the men’s 50 years and above recreation category.
They were supposed to face Mongol50 this morning (Friday) in their final fixture, but the Mongolians gave a walkover out of respect to the mourning Ukrainians. Kharkiv Masters ended their campaign in Penang with a record of two victories, one draw and a single defeat.
Datuk Rashid presented a framed photograph of Shcherbenin earlier and at the prize giving ceremony, the former placed the gold medal on the photo frame held by one of the players.
For the record, Datuk Rashid was a team member of Kharkiv Masters as he had registered individually and was placed with the Ukrainian squad. APMG CEO Linda Geh presented him with his gold medal.
“I am getting help from my office to work with the Ukraine Embassy to help expedite the process of sending Shcherbinin’s body home to Kiev.
“I registered for the APMG 2018 table tennis and football competitions while I was the Deputy Chief Minister of Penang. I played in the table tennis competition on Sunday, but unfortunately could not feature in the football competition as I had some work commitments in Kuala Lumpur,” said Datuk Rashid.
Luhanskyi, 60, could not hold back his tears as he spoke about his friend Shcherbinin.
“He loved life. He was always optimistic and he was the mental leader of the team,” said Luhanskyi.
“The team have been going around the world playing in various Masters Games since 2005. This is our tenth Masters Games together. I will present Oleksandr’s gold medal to his wife and daughters.
“I want to thank the Games committee who have done a great job, not only for the competition but also in fully assisting us after Oleksandr’s death,” said Luhanskyi.
Penang Asia Pacific Masters Games 2018 added 6 new photos.
By JOHN MICHAEL

IT is a truly remarkable comeback story by former national athlete N. Sanmuganathan who has resurrected from a has-been and a nasty motorcycle accident, to return to the tracks after 16 years at the Asia Pacific Masters Games 2018 in Penang to win three gold and one silver.
The 43-year-old Penangite, who still holds the Malaysian national record of 8:59.10 for the men’s 3000m steeplechase which he clocked at the 1998 Commonwealth Games in Kuala Lumpur, saw his athletics career come to an end when he was dropped for the Bangkok Asian Games the same year.
Disillusioned, he quit athletics soon after that.
His life was further shattered when in February 2015, he met a motorcycle accident which left him with a serious head injury and in a coma for 14 days.
It took the Penangite more than a year to regain full memory,
It was then he decided that he would turn things around for himself.
“Instead of wallowing in self-pity, I wanted to prove that I have what it takes to make a comeback and do what I love most, which is running,” said Shan.
After one year and eight months of training, he managed to shed 20kg to compete at the APMG 2018.
“Many people asked me ‘how can you compete again’ because after my accident my weight was 97kg. I just told them I will.
“My only mission was to prove that I am capable of getting back to where I was before the accident. With these victories in the APMG 2018, I have proven that I can walk the talk,” said Shan.
Indeed, he has once again regained his champion status.
He bagged gold medals in the 10km road race, 3,000m steeplechase and 5,000m and silver in the 1,500m events while competing in the 40 and above age category at the City Stadium.
And the icing to his comeback story was when he was selected to read the oath on behalf of the participants at the APMG 2018 opening ceremony last Saturday.
“I was shocked when asked to read the oath. It was a last-minute call up to read the oath. I received the call on the eve of the opening ceremony to come for the rehearsal. I must thank (Sports Commissioner) Datuk Zaiton Othman for recommending me to the organisers for the oath reading.
“I believe things are turning around for me and I am determined to make amends for all my mistakes earlier and start afresh.”
By AIMAN MUZZAMMIL
Matthew Howard had a hip operation about a month ago. But that did not stop the 47-year-old from Melbourne, Australia from reaching the final of the Asia Pacific Masters Games 2018 Squash 57 (racquetball) men’s 45 years and above category.
Although this is only the first time that Howard, who works as a builder, has entered a high-profile competition outside of Australia, he did not display any big game jitters in making it all the way through to the final.
“I normally just play in Masters tournaments held at the state and national level in Australia. This is my first experience competing in an international field,” said the father of the three children.
On Friday, Howard defeated Lim Shyang Huei 13-11, 11-4, 11-3, 11-8 in the semi-finals to reach the gold medal match.
He is enjoying every moment of being in Penang and playing at the Nicol David International Squash Center.
“It is really good to be here. Everyone is really nice. I love it so much.
“The organisers have successfully put together a wonderful Asia Pacific Masters Games 2018 in Penang.”
Asia Pacific Masters Games 2018 Cycling ***Take note to APMG 2018 riders***
UCI rules and regulations stipulate that all athletes need to have a license in order to compete in an international Cycling competition that is organized or supervised by the UCI, UCI Continental confederation, UCI member federations (MNCF). To compete in any events in the Cycling competition at the Games, each athlete must hold a license issued by their national federation.

MALAYSIAN require one of the followings:
− a ‘Special Event License’ (valid for APMG2018 Cycling events only)
− 2018 Malaysian National Cycling (MNCF) Adult License
A ‘Special Event License’ (RM15) will be available for Malaysian competitors who do not hold an annual MNCF adult cycling license. This is a license that enables participation in the APMG2018 only and does not require additional club membership. This license is also not covered under any form of insurance or whatsoever.
For the non – Malaysian who resided in Malaysia, he or she may apply to MNCF for the “Cycling for All” license (RM150).

INTERNATIONAL Competitors require a minimum of a National level license from their national federation. International licenses from your national federation are also accepted. All International Competitors are required to ensure they have the appropriate liability and medical insurance that cover training and racing while in Penang, Malaysia.

License can be obtained and applied at accreditation centre @ Setia SPICE Convention centre open from 5th Sept - 10th Sept
Asia Pacific Masters Games 2018 | Lion Dance | 13-15 Sept 2018 The lion dance is the newest sport in the Asia Pacific Masters Games 2018 Penang calendar.
It is the first time that the Asian traditional sport is contested at a multi-sport Masters Games events.
The APMG 2018 Lion Dance competition WILL NOT takes place at the Gurney Paragon Mall but had changed to Setia Spice Convention Centre.
Asia Pacific Masters Games 2018 | Athletics | 7-15 Sept 2018 It's time to get faster, get stronger, and run with APMG 2018. APMG 2018 Athletics competition consists of two disciplines: Road events and Track & Field events.
Runners who complete the race within the stipulated time are entitled to a Finisher medal!
Asia Pacific Masters Games 2018 | Hockey | 7-13 Sept 2018 Time to dust off the cobwebs from your hockey sticks and start training now!
Asia Pacific Masters Games 2018 | Weightlifting | 7-12 Sept 2018 It's time to train insanely and go heavy during the APMG 2018 weightlifting competition!
Asia Pacific Masters Games 2018 | Volleyball | 7-15 Sept 2018 Get ready to spike the ball Masters!
The Indoor volleyball will be played at Tan Sri Azman Hashim Sports Arena inside the University of Science Malaysia campus.
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***TAKE NOTE that beach volleyball venue had changed and will be held at the Hard Rock Hotel Beach (300 meters up north from Golden Sand Beach) along the popular Batu Ferringhi stretch of shoreline.
Asia Pacific Masters Games 2018 | Netball | 7-10 Sept 2018 The best is yet to come!
Netball competition for APMG 2018 offers Competitive for MEN and WOMEN, and Recreational for only WOMEN.
What is the reason not to be part of this 1st-ever Masters Games in Asia?!
Register now as registration is closing real soon!
Asia Pacific Masters Games 2018 | Pencak Silat | 10-13 Sept 2018 Pencak Silat will appear for the first time ever in a multi-sport Master Games event. The traditional martial arts sport will definitely be a hit, especially for South East Asian Masters.
Share this to other traditional martial arts Masters you know!
Find out more about Pencak Silat: https://www.apmg2018.com/pencak-silat/
Asia Pacific Masters Games 2018 | Football | 7-14 Sept 2018 Behind every pass and kick in football, there is a lot of thought process involved.

Grab this opportunity to experience the 1st-ever Masters Games in Asia by competing against football players from all over the world.

There will be a round robin early round, followed by knockout matches to determine the medal positions for all age categories.

The APMG 2018 Football competition will be held at the University Science of Malaysia, ground for USM FC, and one of the venues for Malaysia's Premier and FA League.

Sign up for the games today at www.apmg2018.com as there are limited berths available!
 
 

 
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