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.

“THIS is the place to be.” The Trinidad and Tobago Commonwealth Games Association (TTCGA) has promised an innovative, exciting and inspirational digital strategy that would generate significant youth engagement and participation among the Commonwealth community, if they are entrusted with hosting the Commonwealth Youth Games (CYG) 2021.

The Com­mon­wealth’s 53 mem­ber coun­tries have a com­bined pop­u­la­tion of over two bil­lion, and more than 60 per cent of these peo­ple are un­der 30 years of age.

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.

Trinidad and Tobago hope their focus on youngsters will boost their chances of staging the 2021 Commonwealth Youth Games.

Gibraltar and Trinidad and Tobago have received praise as an inspection team completed their visits to the respective bidders for the 2021 Commonwealth Youth Games.