Trinidad and Tobago will host the 2021 Commonwealth Youth Games after being selected as the host to replace Belfast, it was announced here today.
Double Commonwealth Youth Games award not on the cards as Gibraltar and Trinidad and Tobago wait on 2021 decision
A double award of the Commonwealth Youth Games has been ruled out because of lack of financial certainty with either Gibraltar or Trinidad and Tobago set to be chosen to host the 2021 edition.
Exclusive: Shooting set to be overlooked for Birmingham 2022 as women's cricket, beach volleyball and Para-table tennis to be added
Shooting will tomorrow be told that its campaign to be added to the programme for the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham has failed, but women's cricket, beach volleyball and Para-table tennis are set to be included.
Dame Louise Martin to run unopposed for CGF President as it is confirmed 2026 Commonwealth Games will be awarded in 2020
Dame Louise Martin will return for a second spell as President of the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) after it was confirmed she will not be challenged at the organisation's General Assembly in Kigali.
Commonwealth Games Federation remain confident over Birmingham 2022 Aquatics Centre after presentation
Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) officials claim they have been "very reassured" that the new Aquatics Centre being built for Birmingham 2022 will be ready in time following a visit here.
Preparations for Birmingham 2022 will go under the microscope this week when the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) Coordination Commission conducts its second inspection visit to the English city.
Gibraltar and Trinidad and Tobago praised for quality of bids as 2021 Commonwealth Youth Games vote nears
Gibraltar and Trinidad and Tobago have been praised for the quality of their respective 2021 Commonwealth Youth Games bids as a contest opened after Belfast was stripped of the hosting rights nears its conclusion.
Exclusive: CGF could award 2026 Commonwealth Games next year as organisation targets right fit and partner
A host for the 2026 Commonwealth Games could be announced a year later than normal, with the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) stressing the need to find the right partner.
Exclusive: CGF write to IAAF over controversial new regulations affecting double Commonwealth Games champion Semenya
Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) chief executive David Grevemberg has written to the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) with the view to holding discussions with the governing body over their differences in sexual development (DSD) regulations.
James Diamond: Transformation or revolution? The changing state of the Commonwealth Games Federation
It is a sad indictment of the state of global sports governance that everywhere you look, a bad news story seems to rear its ugly head.
CGF mark one-year anniversary of Gold Coast 2018 as Queensland Government claim $2.5 billion economic boost
The Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) has marked the one-year anniversary of the Gold Coast 2018 Opening Ceremony as the Queensland Government claimed the Games had delivered an AUS$2.5 billion (£1.3 billion/$1.7 billion/€1.5 billion) boost to the state’s economy.
Commonwealth Games Federation "extremely concerned" as Brunei introduces death by stoning for homosexuality
Commonwealth Games Federation chief executive David Grevemberg says the organisation is "extremely concerned" after Brunei announced punishments including death by stoning for homosexuality and adultery would be brought in from next week.
An ambition to host the Commonwealth Games in Sunderland has been revealed by members of the City Council.
UK Sport communications manager Tom Degun has been appointed media and communications manager at the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF).
Commonwealth Games Federation vice-president Robertson awarded Canada’s Sovereign’s Medal for Volunteers
Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) Executive Board member Bruce Robertson has been awarded Canada’s Sovereign’s Medal for Volunteers in recognition of his contributions to sport in his home country and internationally.