The Trinidad and Tobago Commonwealth Games Association (TTCGA) has launched the Queen's Baton visit to Trinidad and Tobago.

The Queen's Baton arrived in Trinidad and Tobago on Sunday night at the Piarco International Airport.

Novelette Harris, Member Relations Manager at the Jamaica Olympic Association, presented it to the British High Commissioner Harriet Cross.

It was then presented to TTCGA President Brian Lewis along with TT VP Diane Henderson, and Advisor to the Minister of Sport and Community Development, Ephraim Serrette.

Birmingham 2022 hosts the 16 official Queen's Baton Relay, a journey across the 72 national and territories of the Commonwealth.

The Queen's Baton will travel through the entire Commonwealth for 294 days before returning to Birmingham after covering more than 140,000 kilometers.

The 2022 Commonwealth Games run from 28 July to 8 August.

Trinidad and Tobago won two gold medals and one silver medal at the 2018 Commonwealth Games.

Sprinter Jereem Richards won the men's 200 while Michelle-Lee Ahye won the women's 100m.

Dylan Carter tool a silver medal in the 50m butterfly.