The Project "Intergenerational Olympics 2015! For a more inclusive sport without borders, age or gender" was
co-funded by the Erasmus + programme of the European Union, in the strand "Not-for-profit European sport events"
related to the 2015 European Week of Sport.
In November 2016 the Intergenerational Olympiads returned, maintaining the essence of social and sporting interchange of
the Olympics4All 2015 project. The challenge was relaunched in the ten municipalities of Alto Minho, and four
municipalities - Melgaço, Vila Nova de Cerveira, Caminha and Viana do Castelo accepted the challenge with a
total of about 100 participants.
In the 3rd edition of the Intergenerational Games, were maintained some modalities and new sports modalities were introduced
with the aim of disseminating their practice. Thus, the following modalities were disputed: Basketball, Boccia,
adapted Volleyball, Rope Game, Petanque, Quoits, Swimming and Athletics.