Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) President Louise Martin praised organisers of the Commonwealth Youth Games for their "tremendous" work and claimed the venues were "second to none" on the eve of the event here.
Organisers of the Commonwealth Youth Games have been given a financial boost after the Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) announced they had provided a cash injection of $250,000 (£192,000/€218,000) to help support the event here.
Athletes from England, Wales and South Africa were among those to arrive here today as they prepare to compete at the Commonwealth Youth Games.
World Boxing Organisation (WBO) heavyweight title holder Joseph Parker and a number of Olympians have issued messages of support to athletes representing New Zealand at the Commonwealth Youth Games.
A squad of 72 athletes, aged between 14 and 18, have been selected to represent England at this year’s Commonwealth Youth Games in The Bahamas.
A programme of athlete engagement activities has been revealed for next month's Commonwealth Youth Games (CYG) in The Bahamas.
Only four athletes will represent Kenya at the 2017 Commonwealth Youth Games in The Bahamas after the country's Sports Ministry reportedly pulled out of their sponsorship deal.
South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (SASCOC) have named their team for the Commonwealth Youth Games in Nassau.
A 28-strong team has been picked by the National Olympic Committee of Sri Lanka (NOCSL) for the 2017 Commonwealth Youth Games in Nassau in The Bahamas.
Australian Chef de Mission Matt Cowdrey believes the 2017 Commonwealth Youth Games in The Bahamas will act as an important pathway for the country's swimmers as they start their careers.
Commonwealth Games Wales has announced a squad of 39 athletes that will represent the country at The Bahamas 2017 Commonwealth Youth Games.
Commonwealth Games Australia (CGA) has announced a squad of 75 athletes that will represent the country at The Bahamas 2017 Commonwealth Youth Games.
The New Zealand Olympic Committee (NZOC) has named a team of 34 athletes aged between 14 and 18 to represent the country at The Bahamas 2017 Commonwealth Youth Games.
The Organising Committee of The Bahamas 2017 Commonwealth Youth Games have made a series of key appointments.
The 48 international sides invited to compete at the 2017 Commonwealth Youth Games have been unveiled today as The Bahamas braces itself to host the event’s largest-ever programme of team sports.