It’s a jam-packed sports day in Trinidad and Tobago today with new sports FAST5 Netball and Cycling - Track getting underway, the conclusion of the Rugby Sevens competition and more medals available in Swimming and Athletics, all kicking off with the Triathlon mixed relay event.
Sports Today: 7
- Athletics and Para Athletics - Trinidad
- Beach Volleyball - Tobago
- Cycling - Track - Trinidad
- FAST5 Netball - Tobago
- Rugby Sevens - Tobago
- Swimming - Trinidad
- Triathlon - Tobago
Medal Events: 20
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?: The first Commonwealth Youth Games was held in Edinburgh in 2000.
Athletics - Port of Spain, Trinidad
Session 1: 16.00 (local time)
Athletics and Para Athletics continue at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, with nine gold medals up for grabs.
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 quarter-final stage for both men and women.
Rugby Sevens - Shaw Park Cultural Complex, Tobago
Session 1: 09.00 - 11.15 (local time)
Session 2: 13.00 - 15.45 (local time)
The medallists will be decided on the final day of action, with Fiji’s men and Australia’s women topping the pool games..
Swimming - National Aquatics Centre, Trinidad
Session 1: 10.00 - 12.30 (local time)
Session 2: 18.00 - 19.50 (local time)
Nine more medal events take place in Session 2 at the pool on the penultimate day of action in Couva.
Triathlon - Buccoo Beach, Tobago
Mixed relay: (8.30 local time)
The Triathlon comes to a close at Buccoo Beach, with the exciting mixed relay over the super-sprint distance.
Cycling - Track - National Cycling Velodrome, Trinidad
Only session: 1pm - 3pm (local time)
Cycling - Track makes its first appearance at the Games, with one medal event, the women's points race, rounding out the opening day.