The Trinidad and Tobago Commonwealth Games Association (TTCGA) has promised an "innovative, exciting and inspirational digital strategy" if the country is awarded the hosting rights to the 2021 Commonwealth Youth Games.
Trinidad and Tobago hope their focus on youngsterswill boost their chances of staging the 2021 Commonwealth Youth Games.
Trinidad and Tobago next to have bid for 2021 Commonwealth Youth Games inspected after Gibraltar visit
An inspection team is travelling to Trinidad and Tobago to inspect their bid for the 2021 Commonwealth Youth Games after completing a site visit last week to Gibraltar.
A site visit to Gibraltar will begin tomorrow as the search for a replacement host for the 2021 Commonwealth Youth Games intensifies.
CGF to conduct site visits to 2021 Youth Games candidates in New Year as process to select host continues
Officials from the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) will conduct site visits to Gibraltar and Trinidad and Tobago in the first quarter of next year after the Executive Board voiced its approval for the two candidates in the running to host the 2021 Youth Games.
Bids have been received from Gibraltar and Trinidad and Tobago for the 2021 Commonwealth Youth Games, it has been announced.
Trinidad and Tobago are considering a bid for the 2021 Commonwealth Youth Games following Northern Ireland being stripped of the event.
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.
A political row has broken out in Northern Ireland after it was confirmed that Belfast 2021 will not take part in the Closing Ceremony of the Commonwealth Youth Games here on Sunday (July 23).
Belfast 2021 will not play any part in the Closing Ceremony of the Commonwealth Youth Games here due to the current political deadlock in Northern Ireland.
Northern Ireland have missed a deadline to sign off funding for the 2021 Commonwealth Youth Games after the country's political parties failed to agree terms that would see a Government restored.