HEAD of the local organising committee Ephraim Serrette believes the Commonwealth Youth Games TT (CYGTT) 2023 is an opportunity to showcase the quality of local venues which will support this country’s sport tourism drive.

Read more: Commonwealth Youth Games to push Trinidad and Tobago's sport tourism drive | Sports | newsday.co.tt

CHAIRMAN of the Sport Company of Trinidad and Tobago (SporTT) Douglas Camacho said all local sporting venues will be ready for the 2023 Commonwealth Youth Games, including the Dwight Yorke Stadium, Bacolet which will stage the track and field events.

Read more: Venues will be ready for Commonwealth Youth Games, says Camacho | Sports | newsday.co.tt

Ephraim Serrette, the newly appointed chairman of the organising committee of the T&T Commonwealth Games Association (TTCGA) for next year's hosting of the Commonwealth Youths Games (CYG), has stated the budget for the event to be hosted both in Trinidad and Tobago will surpass $35 million.

Read more: Serrette: Commonwealth Youths Games to cost $35 million plus | Trinidad Guardian

Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee President Diane Henderson heralded the signing of the official host contract for next year’s Commonwealth Youth Games as a "momentous occasion".

Read more: Trinidad and Tobago signs host contract for 2023 Commonwealth Youth Games | insidethegames.biz

The Caribbean nation will retain the right to host the postponed edition of the Commonwealth Youth Games in 2023.

Read more: Trinidad and Tobago given second go at hosting Commonwealth Youth Games in 2023 | Infobae

Trinidad and Tobago has been confirmed as the host for next year's rearranged Commonwealth Youth Games at the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) General Assembly here, following the postponement of the seventh edition in 2021.

Read more: Trinidad and Tobago awarded 2023 Commonwealth Youth Games after 2021 postponement | inside the games