CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - The Greater Cleveland Sports Commission on Thursday announced the Pan-American Masters Games will be Cleveland the summer of 2024.
Over 7,500 athletes from 50 different countries will participate in the games, according to the commission’s announcement.
There are nearly 20 medal-contending sports in the Pan-American Masters Games, which occur every four years.
Athletes can compete in track and field, tennis, basketball, pickle-ball, cycling and more.
The competitors must be over 30 years old, but there is no age limit - the Greater Cleveland Sports Commission said past games have included athletes over 100 years old.
Watch a video message from the Greater Cleveland Sports Commission below.