Sunday 6 August sees the sporting action at the Trinbago 2023 Commonwealth Youth Games really start to heat up.
Swimming, Rugby Sevens and Triathlon all kicking-off, and the Beach Volleyball entering its second day.
Sports Today: 4
- Triathlon - Tobago
- Swimming - Trinidad
- Rugby Sevens - Tobago
- Beach Volleyball - Tobago
Medal Events: 11
Please note the Road events (Cycle - Road, Cycle - Time Trial and Triathlon) will be available as highlight packages at the conclusion of the events.
Did you know?: Australia (women) and Samoa (men) won the the Rugby Sevens at the last Commonwealth Youth Games
Triathlon - Buccoo Beach, Tobago
Women’s race: 8.30am
Men’s race: 10.30am
Medal ceremony: 11.45am
The individual Triathlon medal events for both men and women take place at Tobago’s Buccoo Beach, where the athletes will be competing over the sport’s ‘super sprint’ distance - comprising, in order, a 400m swim, 10km bike and 2.5km run.
Both races are open for spectators at what will be the first Triathlon event at Commonwealth Youth Games. A highlights package will be available post-event on YouTube.
Beach Volleyball - Black Rock, Trinidad
Session 1: 10.00 - 12.30
Session 2: 15.30 - 18.00
After a brilliant opening day of action, there is plenty still to play for in the group stages of the competition.
In the women’s event, hosts Trinidad and Tobago need a victory to reach the final16, while England women are hoping that Australia beat Rwand in order to progress.
For the men, New Zealand, Australia, Canada and the hosts also know that victory in their second match will ensure they progress as group winners, after picking up victories on the opening day.
Rugby Sevens - Shaw Park Cultural Complex, Tobago
Session 1: 09.00 - 11.15
Session 2: 13.00 - 15.15
Tobago will also get to experience the thrills of the three-day Rugby Sevens competition, where six competing teams for both men and women begin their battle at Shaw Park.
Defending women’s champions Australia take on hosts Trinidad and Tobago in the final match of the first session at 10.50am, before meeting Canada in the afternoon.
In the men’s competition, Fiji and South Africa are among the rugby powerhouses taking part as they attempt to win the title last held by Samoa.
Swimming - National Aquatics Centre, Trinidad
Session 1: 10.00 - 12.25
Session 2: 18.00 - 19.46
Meanwhile in Trinidad, the swimming stars will begin to emerge, with two sessions on a full day of action in the pool the day
There are eight finals in the evening session, where four men and four women will be crowned Commonwealth Youth Games gold medallists.