Australia entered the record books as the first nation to win a Commonwealth Youth Games beach volleyball gold medal as Rebecca Ingram and Carrie Van Rensburg beat New Zealand's Ella Akkerman Jasmine Pepi-Milton in straight sets today.
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Kenya continued their rich distance racing pedigree as they swept the boys' and girls' 3,000 metres titles on the penultimate day of athletics finals at the 2017 Commonwealth Youth Games here.
Bendere Oboya led home an Australian one-two as she timed her late surge for the line to perfection to overtake Australian counterpart Ella Connolly and clinch a thrilling victory in the girls' 400 metres at the Commonwealth Youth Games here tonight.
Quah Jing Wen of Singapore was the star of show as she secured two gold medals to bring her overall total to four as South Africa dominated the third night of swimming finals here tonight.
Australia successfully defended their girls Commonwealth Youth Games title with a commanding win over Canada as Samoa outfought England to secure the boys gold medal on the final day of rugby sevens action here.
Wallace produces superb run as Colthrust makes Commonwealth Youth Games history for Trinidad and Tobago
Scotland's Erin Wallace stole the show on the opening night of athletics as she won the gold medal in the girls' 1500 metres with a superb performance here tonight.
New Zealand's Lewis Clareburt capped off another fine display in the pool by clinching two gold medals to extend his haul at the 2017 Commonwealth Youth Games to three on the second evening of swimming finals here today.
England's Layla Black successfully defended her Commonwealth Youth Games 200 metres breaststroke title with a commanding display on a thrilling opening night of swimming finals here today.
Bermuda's Matthew Oliveira secured his country's first Commonwealth Youth Games gold medal with an emphatic victory in the boys' time trial event as Madeleine Fasnacht of Australia took the girls' honours amid searing heat today.
A political row has broken out in Northern Ireland after it was confirmed that Belfast 2021 will not take part in the Closing Ceremony of the Commonwealth Youth Games here on Sunday (July 23).
Athletes competing at the Commonwealth Youth Games were given a good luck message by Her Majesty The Queen before Bahamas Prime Minister Hubert Minnis declared the event open during a fun-filled Ceremony here tonight.
England enjoyed a dominant start to the 2017 Commonwealth Youth Games as they claimed four of the eight gold medals on offer in judo on the first day of competition here today.
Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) President Louise Martin praised organisers of the Commonwealth Youth Games for their "tremendous" work and claimed the venues were "second to none" on the eve of the event here.
Organisers of the Commonwealth Youth Games have been given a financial boost after the Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) announced they had provided a cash injection of $250,000 (£192,000/€218,000) to help support the event here.
Belfast 2021 will not play any part in the Closing Ceremony of the Commonwealth Youth Games here due to the current political deadlock in Northern Ireland.