Trinidad and Tobago's bid for the 2021 Commonwealth Youth Games is set to be inspected this week ©Getty Images

An inspection team is travelling to Trinidad and Tobago to inspect their bid for the 2021 Commonwealth Youth Games after completing a site visit last week to Gibraltar.

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Trinidad and Tobago have submitted a bid to stage the 2021 Commonwealth Youth Games ©Getty Images

Bids have been received from Gibraltar and Trinidad and Tobago for the 2021 Commonwealth Youth Games, it has been announced.

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GEORGE COMMISSIONG, assistant chef de mission of the Trinidad and Tobago 2017 Commonwealth Youth Games contingent, commended the team’s commitment and camaraderie when this country returned home on Tuesday night with their best-ever medal haul at the Games.

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TT Commonwealth Games Association (TTCGA) president Brian Lewis.

TTCGA president Lewis:

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MEDAL STARS: Trinidad and Tobago's four individual medal winners and the captain of the gold medal-winning Girls beach soccer team pose with their Commonwealth Youth Games hardware at the VIP Lounge at Piarco International Airpot Tuesday night upon the team's return home from the Nassau, Bahamas event. From right are Tariq Horsford (silver) Jeron Thompson (bronze), Nia Honore (gold), Adell Colthrust (gold) and Jabari Grey (silver). —Photo: STEPHEN DOOBAY

Trinidad and Tobago's Commonwealth Youth Games athletes were given a rousing heroes' welcome at Piarco on Tuesday night with loud cheers ringing out as they exited the airport following their stellar performance at the Commonwealth Youth Games in the Bahamas which saw T&T walk away with two gold, two silver and a bronze medal.

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The Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC) and  Commonwealth Games Association of Trinidad and Tobago (CGATT) on the occasion of International Youth Day (IYD) is calling on the Trinidad and Tobago Olympic and Commonwealth Sport Movement to take urgent measures and actions to ensuring that sport on the twin Island Republic is a safe space for children, youth and young people.

Read more: Make Sport A Safe Space For Youth

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