Trinibago 2023

Chef de Mission: Ericca Frederick

The 7th Commonwealth Youth Games will take place on the Islands of Trinidad and Tobago August 4-11, 2023.

1000+ athletes and para athletes between the ages of 14-18 will participate in seven sports managed by 500+ officials.

The Commonwealth Youth Games is an invaluable springboard for the stars and leaders of tomorrow, contributing to the further development of youth sport throughout the Commonwealth. The Games have traditionally taken place every four years with the first event being hosted in Edinburgh, Scotland in 2000. 

Trinidad and Tobago were initially awarded the 2021 Commonwealth Youth Games in June 2019, but the Games were postponed due to the impact of the pandemic on the international sport calendar. 

The sports will take place across Trinidad and Tobago, bringing a diverse perspective of the twin island country to the nations of the Commonwealth, as well as showcasing a festival of the country’s activities.

The 7 sports that will feature at the Trinbago 2023 Commonwealth Youth Games include aquatics, athletics, beach volleyball, cycling (road racing and track), Fast5 netball, rugby 7s, and triathlon.

Read more about Tinibago 2023 CWYG here.