Survey Analysis of the WWMG 2010 in Bled • Have you ever competed in a Masters Event of any kind before? • Have you heard about the IMGA before this event? • Would you participate in other Masters Events ? Such as Masters Summer Events ? • How did you hear about the Games ? • How often have you visited the Games website ? • How long have you been active in competitive sport? • Where do you live? • How did you get to Bled/Slovenia ? • How many nights, in total, are you spending in Bled during this trip? • In what types of accommodation will you stay during the Games? • Are you travelling with family or partner ? Sales Austr. Masters Games NZ Masters Games National Masters Games WM X-C Championships WMG 85 WM Ski World Cup Canadian Masters Races Carha Edmonton 05 World Masters Championships in Ski Jump&Nordic None Sales Yes No Sales Yes No Sales Medias (TV, Radio, Newspaper) Internet Previous Masters Games/Competitions Word of mouth Sales More than once a week Once a week Once a month Once every 3 months Never Sales More than 30 years 20 to 30 years 10 to 20 years 5 to 10 years Less than 5 years Sales Bled and around Slovenia Slovakia Europe Australia North America Canada Other Countries Sales Car Plane Bus Train Sales Less than 7 days 10 days 14 days 3 weeks Length of the Games Sales Hotel Motel Family Other Sales Family Partner Nobody Conclusion • Most of the participants had already competed in Masters Events before. • Almost all the participants had never heard about the IMGA before. • Most of the participants wouldn’t participate in Summer Games. • The participants heard about the Games from previous Masters Events, the internet, the medias and word of mouth. • A majority of the participants visited the Games website at least once a week. • The majority of the participants have competed in their sport for more than 30 years. • The majority of the participants live in Europe. • Participants travelled mostly by plane or by car. • All the participants came mainly for the Games. • They stayed the length of the Games, mostly in hotels. • The majority of the participants travelled with their family or partner.