Commonwealth Youth Games

Athletes during the 2017 Commonwealth Youth Games in the Bahamas.

2023 Commonwealth Youth Games

England Athletics and Commonwealth Games England have announced the athletics team for the 2023 Commonwealth Youth Games in Trinidad & Tobago.

The Games take place from 4 – 11 August and past participants have included Jessica Ennis-Hill, Jazmin Sawyers, Dina Asher-Smith, Harry Aikines-Aryeetey and Lawrence Clarke.

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Selection for the Commonwealth Youth Games is open to athletes 16 – 17 years of age who are eligible to compete for England to be considered for selection. Para athletes gained selection for the Commonwealth Youth Games through direct invitation from the Commonwealth Games Federation and through nomination from England Athletics.

Our 2023 team

The 31 athletes (16 female and 15 male) selected to represent Team England were announced on 4 July 2023. The team includes four para-athletes through the Para nomination process – signifying the first time the competition schedule at the Youth Games will deliver a fully integrated programme.

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Previous Commonwealth Youth Games

The 2017 Commonwealth Youth Games took place in the Bahamas from 18 to 23 July. The Games saw athletes from 71 nations and territories gathering on the island of New Providence.

Find out more about Commonwealth Youth Games history