Hasely Crawford Stadium will witness an historic moment today when the first ever para sport event to be held at a Commonwealth Youth Games takes to the stage!
Sports Today: 5
- Athletics and Para Athletics - Trinidad
- Beach Volleyball - Tobago
- Cycling - Road Race - Trinidad
- Rugby Sevens - Tobago
- Swimming - Trinidad
Medal Events: 19
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?: Para athletes have been part of the national teams at the Commonwealth Games since 2002
Athletics - Port of Spain, Trinidad
First session: 9.00 (local time)
Second session: 16.00 (local time)
Athletics and Para Athletics get underway at the Hasely Crawford Stadium.
The first ever para athletics medal to be awarded at a Commonwealth Youth Games will be won in the evening session, with five other medal events on display.
Beach Volleyball - Black Rock, Tobago
Session 1: 9.00 - 12.20 (local time)
Session 2: 16.00 - 18.10 (local time)
The competition moves into the final 16 stage.
Cycling - Brian Lara Cricket Academy, Trinidad
Women’s Race: 9.00 (local time)
Men’s Race: : 13.00 (local time)
The action returns to the Brian Lara Cricket Academy, as riders take on the 55km course for women and 65km course for men.
Rugby Sevens - Shaw Park Cultural Complex, Tobago
Session 1: 09.00 - 11.15
Session 2: 13.00 - 15.15
Day two of the Rugby Sevens competition sees the group stage heat up, as the teams look to secure final placings.
Swimming - National Aquatics Centre, Trinidad
Session 1: 10.00 - 12.30
Session 2: 18.00 - 19.50
After an historic first night of action in the pool, there are a further nine gold medals up for grabs in the evening session.