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Dame Louise Martin, President of the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF), urges its 72 nations and territories to support and celebrate young people on Commonwealth Day, Monday 13 March.
The CGF is excited to announce the nations selected for the team sports events at the Trinbago 2023 Commonwealth Youth Games, taking place in the twin island nation of Trinidad and Tobago from 4-11 August.
With 150 days to go until the Trinbago 2023 Commonwealth Youth Games, the Organising Committee has announced the winner of its mascot design competition.
The Trinbago 2023 Organising Committee has launched its appeal for volunteers to be Sport Ambassadors for the Commonwealth Youth Games, taking place 4-11 August.
The eqUIP programme offers Commonwealth youth a skills development and employment opportunity that supports CGA capacity building and empowers young leaders to make positive change in sport and their communities. Since 2018, the eqUIP programme has delivered a total of 83 internships in Africa, Americas, Asia, Caribbean, Europe & Oceania.
GAPS is a unique multi-stakeholder partnership programme developed for the purpose of offering emerging athletes and coaches access to additional skills, knowledge and resources with the aim of advancing coach education, removing barriers to participation, and supporting the development of inclusive sport pathways that promote positive social change in sport and communities. Through GAPS numerous…