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New Zealand Masters Track & Field

The NZ Masters National Track & Field Championships are held every year in late February or early March. They were first held in 1975 in Christchurch. Hosting rotates between the eleven centres of the country.

Unlike the winter harrier events, Athletics New Zealand championships do not provide for masters. Masters can enter the ANZ Championships but only if they meet the qualifying threshold for senior athletes.

The NZ Masters Track & Field Championships are open to entry for all members with no qualifying performance thresholds. As with all masters championships, there is a high level of camaraderie.

From 2015 a new standard programme has been developed that allows the championship to run from Friday afternoon to Sunday afternoon. The main difference to previous years is the relocation of the throws pentathlon from Monday to Sunday.

Standard Championship Events

Sprints
60m 100m 200m 400m
Middle & Distance
800m 1500m 5000m 10000m
Barriers
Short Hurdles Long Hurdles Steeples
Walks
3000m Track Walk 10km Road Walk

Jumps

Long High Triple Pole Vault
Throws
Shot Put Javelin Discus Hammer Weight
Combined Events
Pentathlon Throws Pentathlon

Championships

Year Host Centre Location Photos
2022 Auckland tbc  
2021 Taranaki tbc  
2020 Hawke's Bay / Gisborne tbc  
2019 Canterbury tbc  
2018 Northland Whangarei  
2017 Tasman Nelson Day1 Day2 Day3 Dinner
2016 Otago Dunedin All Dinner
2015 Waikato / Bay of Plenty Tauranga Track: Day1 Day2 Day3
Field: Day1 Day2 Day3
Dinner
2014 Southland Invercargill Day1 Day2 Day3
2013 Wellington Wellington Day1 Day2 Day3
2012 Auckland Auckland  
2011 Hawke's Bay / Gisborne Hastings  
2010 Canterbury Christchurch  
2009 Waikato / Bay of Plenty Tauranga  
2008 Tarankaki Inglewood  
2007 Canterbury Christchurch  
2006 Manawatu/Wanganui Wanganui  
2005 ? ?  
2004 ? ?  
2003 ? ?  
2002 ? ?  
2001 ? ?  
2000 ? ?  
1999 Canterbury Christchurch  
1998 Manawatu/Wanganui Wanganui  
1997 Otago Dunedin  
1996 Waikato / Bay of Plenty Hamilton  
1995 Southland Invercargill  
1994 Wellington Wellington  
1993 Auckland Auckland  
1992 Canterbury Christchurch  
1991 Hawke's Bay / Gisborne Hastings  
1990 Otago Dunedin  
1989 Waikato / Bay of Plenty Hamilton  
1988 Canterbury Christchurch  
1987 Wellington Wellington  
1986 Auckland Auckland  
1985 Otago Dunedin  
1984 Wellington Wellington  
1983 Hawke's Bay / Gisborne Napier  
1982 Southland Invercargill  
1981 Waikato / Bay of Plenty Hamilton  
1980 Canterbury Christchurch  
1979 Auckland Auckland  
1978 Tasman Blenheim  
1977 Wellington Wellington  
1976 Waikato / Bay of Plenty Hamilton  
1975 Canterbury Christchurch  
These lists will be expanded if we can gather results for prior years.

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Last Updated 22 August 2017