Trinidad and Tobago are considering a bid for the 2021 Commonwealth Youth Games following Northern Ireland being stripped of the event.
Commonwealth Youth Games
Belfast has been stripped as host of the 2021 Commonwealth Youth Games with the race to hold the event now re-opened.
Belfast 2021 have been given more time to secure the funding they need to stage the Commonwealth Youth Games as political deadlock in Northern Ireland continues to threaten their hosting of the event.
CGF putting pressure on Government to release funds to ensure Belfast can host 2021 Commonwealth Youth Games
Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) officials have urged Northern Ireland's Government this week to end the political stalemate continuing to threaten Belfast's hosting of the 2021 Commonwealth Youth Games.
A deadline for politicians in Northern Ireland to show support for the 2021 Commonwealth Youth Games in Belfast has again been extended.
Northern Ireland has been given until December 15 to persuade the politicians there to support the 2021 Commonwealth Youth Games or they risk losing an event it has been claimed could play an important role in the peace process.
Northern Ireland warned not hosting Commonwealth Youth Games would be missed opportunity as Bahamas 2017 closed
It would be an "enormous missed opportunity" if Northern Ireland are unable to stage the Commonwealth Youth Games, it was claimed, after Belfast 2021 did not play a part in the Closing Ceremony of Bahamas 2017 here tonight.
The Bahamas ended their wait for a gold medal at their home Commonwealth Youth Games as they finished first in the mixed 4x200 metres relay on the last day of competition here today.
World Junior Championships medallist Charles Frankham spearheaded another golden day for England as the country won seven of the 11 boxing titles up for grabs at the Commonwealth Youth Games here.
England ended the swimming programme in dominant fashion by clinching six of the eight gold medals on offer as Scott McLay became Scotland's most decorated Commonwealth Youth Games athlete here tonight.
Australia entered the record books as the first nation to win a Commonwealth Youth Games beach volleyball gold medal as Rebecca Ingram and Carrie Van Rensburg beat New Zealand's Ella Akkerman Jasmine Pepi-Milton in straight sets today.
Kenya continued their rich distance racing pedigree as they swept the boys' and girls' 3,000 metres titles on the penultimate day of athletics finals at the 2017 Commonwealth Youth Games here.
Bendere Oboya led home an Australian one-two as she timed her late surge for the line to perfection to overtake Australian counterpart Ella Connolly and clinch a thrilling victory in the girls' 400 metres at the Commonwealth Youth Games here tonight.
Quah Jing Wen of Singapore was the star of show as she secured two gold medals to bring her overall total to four as South Africa dominated the third night of swimming finals here tonight.
Australia successfully defended their girls Commonwealth Youth Games title with a commanding win over Canada as Samoa outfought England to secure the boys gold medal on the final day of rugby sevens action here.