The final sporting action of the Trinbago 2023 Commonwealth Youth Games takes place on 10 August, with a host of medals still to be decided in four sports across the two islands.
Sports Today: 4
Athletics and Para Athletics - Trinidad
Beach Volleyball - Tobago
Cycling - Track - Trinidad
FAST5 Netball - Tobago
Medal Events: 20
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Athletics - Port of Spain, Trinidad
Session: 16.00 (local time)
It’s final after final on the last day of Athletics and Para Athletics at Trinbago 2023.
Eleven gold medals are up for grabs in what will be an unmissable three hours of action.
Beach Volleyball - Black Rock, Tobago
Session 1: 11.00 - 11.45 (local time)
Session 2: 16.00 - 18.00 (local time)
After a thrilling week of action, the Beach Volleyball competition culminates in the hotly contested finals, with Canada facing Australia in the women’s final and Canada taking on England in the men’s match.
Cycling - Track - National Cycling Velodrome, Couva, Trinidad
Session 1: 13.00 - 14.15 (local time)
Session 2: 16.00 - 19.00 (local time)The Cycling - Track comes to a thrilling finale on the final day with seven gold medals waiting to be claimed up for grabs, including the women’s 2,000m individual pursuit, the men’s scratch race, and both keirin events.
FAST5 Netball - Shaw Park Cultural Complex, Tobago
Session 1: 14.15 - 18.00 (local time)
South Africa and Australia will meet in the final of the competition after proving themselves the strongest teams on display over the opening two days of action.
Neighbours England and Scotland will go head-to-head in the bronze medal match.