ULTIMATELY SUCCESSFUL MEETING: In this photo taken in February, Trinidad and Tobago bid representatives Rheeza Grant, left, Kwanieze John, centre, and Chanelle Young, right, pose with members of the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) inspection team during their visit to Trinidad. The CGF announced on Friday that T&T won the bid to host the 2021 Commonwealth Youth Games. Gibraltar was the other contender.

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CYG bid reps stress youth, Trinbago culture and e-sports

TWO of the three-member successful Commonwealth Youth Games 2021 bid team have emphasised the execution of their pillar points: Youth, e-sports and Trinbago culture, if Trinidad and Tobago is to host a successful Games.

Rugby North America (RAN) programme manager Kwanieze John and TTOC project officer, athletes services and programmes Rheeza Grant were ecstatic and elated at the prospect of this country hosting the CYG 2021, the seventh edition of the Games.

Former TTOC project officer, marketing and communications, Chanelle Young, currently working with Pan Am Sports, completes the team which conceptualised and put together the Trinidad and Tobago Commonwealth Games Association (TTCGA) bid entitled “Trinbago 2021”.

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Team TTO in CYG 2021