Vanuatu women’s beach volleyball team’s spot is confirmed for the 2023 Youth Commonwealth Games in Trinidad & Tobago from August 4 to 11.
This was after the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) announced the line up for beach volleyball and nations selected for the team sports events.
Vanuatu, New Zealand and Australia are the only three participating Oceania teams in the sport.
Vanuatu team will be competing against 11 teams such as the host Trinidad & Tobago,Rwanda, Canada, Mozambique, CaymanbIslands, England, Australia, New Zealand, Scotland, Kenya and Bermuda.
Beach volleyball event will feature 18 Commonwealth Games Associations (CGAs) competing across a total of 56 games, over a six day period.
CGF President, Dame Louise Martin said: “We are thrilled to unveil the nations competing in the team sports at Trinbago 2023. The Beach Volleyball, FAST5 Netball and Rugby Sevens competitions are set to be highly competitive, with nations from across the Commonwealth vying for gold.
“It will be an unforgettable, inspiring experience for the young athletes involved and an opportunity for fans to see the stars of the future.”
Trinbago 2023 will see more than 1,000 athletes and para athletes, between the ages of 14-18, from the 72 nations and territories, participate in a total of seven sports.
SOURCE: VANUATU DAILY POST