Led by President Dame Louise Martin, the Board’s focus will be on finalising a new, 10-year strategy, as well as looking ahead to the 2023 Commonwealth Youth Games, to be held in Trinidad and Tobago from 4th-11th August.

Meetings for respective CGF committees, including Audit and Risk and Development will also take place throughout the week to continue to build upon the success of Birmingham 2022.

A key focus for the Development Committee in particular will include how Commonwealth Sport can continue to support CGAs, and athletes’ pathways from Youth Games to the high performing environment of Victoria 2026 with development programmes such as GAPS.

GAPS is a sport for development and peace programme, developed by the Commonwealth Games Federation and Griffith University, that supports the development of inclusive sport pathways throughout the Commonwealth. Click here to find out more.

Jeroen Weimar, CEO of Victoria 2026, will be in London this week, providing an update on progress of the planning and delivery of the next Commonwealth Games, taking place across the State of Victoria, Australia.

Find out more about the Commonwealth Games Federation, its Executive Board Members and more, please click here