18 young athletes from across NI are getting ready to compete in the Commonwealth Youth Games in the Bahamas (18-23 July). Local athletes are involved in athletics, boxing, cycling, judo and swimming. Preparations included a comprehensive NI Commonwealth Games Council team induction course during which Sport NI delivered a Pure Winner workshop educating young athletes on clean sport. Getting ready for the Commonwealth Youth Games, Bahamas 2017 were, from left, Jack McMillan (Swimming), Rachel Bethel (Swimming), Kirstie Strouts-McCallion (Judo), Kian Bittles (Boxing) and Aaron Sexton (Athletics). Photo by Aaron McCracken

Commonwealth Youth Games
Photo by Aaron McCracken


18 young athletes from across NI are getting ready to compete in the Commonwealth Youth Games in the Bahamas (18-23 July).

Local athletes are involved in athletics, boxing, cycling, judo and swimming.

Preparations included a comprehensive NI Commonwealth Games Council team induction course during which Sport NI delivered a Pure Winner workshop educating young athletes on clean sport.

Getting ready for the Commonwealth Youth Games, Bahamas 2017 were,  from left, Jack McMillan (Swimming), Rachel Bethel (Swimming), Kirstie Strouts-McCallion (Judo), Kian Bittles (Boxing) and Aaron Sexton (Athletics).  Photo by Aaron McCracken

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