Following much anticipation, the Queen’s Baton Relay arrived in to the Bahamas from the Cayman Islands, ready to celebrate the VIth edition of the Commonwealth Youth Games.
Team Fiji to the Commonwealth Youth Games presented their itatau today at Borron House this morning to say their formal goodbyes and to seek the blessing of the nation from the Head of State, H.E President Jioji Konrote.
Being the only one in her family to represent the country, Heleina Young is determined to leave her mark in her chosen sport of athletics when she participates at the 2017 Commonwealth Youth Games in the Bahamas later this month.
Despite this being his first trip overseas, Kolinio Radrudru hopes to make his trip to the Commonwealth Youth Games in the Bahamas, a trip to remember forever.
Chef de mission to the 2018 Commonwealth Games Patrick Bower wants fair selection criteria that all athletes should be aware of before making the Fiji team to participate overseas.
Gospel High School staff and students have showed their support for the One Million Stars to End Violence concept created by Samoan artist Maryann Talia Pau for the Commonwealth Games at the Gold Coast in 2018.
The 2018 Commonwealth Games Queens Baton has been unveiled in Gold Coast, Australia.
Team Fiji will need a very strong dose of dedication and commitment to achieve good results come Tokyo 2020 Olympics said Rio 2016 Olympic Deputy Chef de Mission Wayne O'Connor.