Commonwealth Youth Games 2023-The Commonwealth Youth Games have started on Saturday 5 August 2023 in Spain, Trinidad and Tobago.
The 7th edition of the Commonwealth Youth Games is witnessing a host of sports, with athletes, beach volleyball, cycling, netball fast 5, rugby sevens, swimming and triathlon all competing for medals to their name.
Commonwealth Youth Games 2023 Schedule
|Athletics||August 7-10||Hasely Crawford Stadium, Port of Spain|
|Swimming||August 6-9||National Aquatic Centre in Couva, Trinidad|
|Beach Volleyball||August 5-10||Pigeon Point Beach Facility, Tobago|
|Cycling (track and road)||August 5-10||Couva, Trinidad (road)/ National Cycling Velodrome, Couva, Trinidad (track)|
|Fast5 Netball||August 8-10||Shaw Park Cultural Complex, Scarborough, Tobago|
|Rugby Sevens||August 6-8||Shaw Park Cultural Complex, Scarborough, Tobago|
|Triathlon||August 6-8||Tobago Buccoo Beach, Tobago|
As per reports, the Commonwealth Youth Games in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago will be played at the Hesley Crawford Stadium.
Bapi Hansda, the first Indian athlete to take silver in the toughest 400m race in history so far.
Palak Joshi, Hashika Ramachandra, Ridhima Veerendrakumar, Shoan Ganguly, Utkarsh Patil, Vedaant Madhavan
Jitendra Vedant Jadhav, Srimathi Jesudasan, Aakshar Tyagi, Aashirwad Saxena, Priyamvadha Dhanyadha, Gargi Bishnoi
Shireen Ahluwalia (relay), Abhay Singh (men’s 200m), Asha Kiran Barla (women’s 800m), Navpreet Singh (men’s 400m), Bapi Hansda (men’s 400m hurdles), Arjun (men’s javelin throw), Anupriya Sasi (women’s shot put)
Keerthi Sakthivel, Telheiba Soram, Dolly Devidas Patil, Yajat Aiyappa Kandanda Praveen
Commonwealth Youth Games 2023 Where To Watch
The Commonwealth Youth Games has started. To watch the live, you can watch the Commonwealth Sport YouTube page for free. The live streaming of the Commanwealth Youth Games starts at 4:00 PM.