The eleventh Pan Pacific Masters Games (Pan Pacs) are being held from 02-11 November on the Gold Coast, with teams from across Australia and New Zealand set to compete in volleyball.
Volleyball Queensland Life Members, Roy Bruynius and Peter Marr will run the volleyball competition with 52 teams competing across men’s and women’s, and 25+ to 60+ age divisions.
The volleyball competition is being held at the Gold Coast Sports and Leisure Centre, Cararra from 02-04 November 2018. The volleyball community is invited to come along and be apart of the atmosphere with games starting on Friday at 5:30pm.
The draw can be viewed on the volleyball page of the Pan Pacs website.
The Pan Pacs hosts more than 13,000 athletes from over 30 countries to compete in the world’s biggest, and best, biennial masters games. The Gold Coast’s famous celebration of masters sport will showcase competition in more than 40 sports at some of the best sporting facilities in the world, and feature a jam-packed nightly entertainment program at the Games Village.
Find out more about the Pan Pacific Masters Games.
Image courtesy of Pan Pacific Masters Games.