On 3rd January 2018, the Northern Ireland Commonwealth Games Council unveiled their Team for the XXI Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, Australia from 4th- 15th April. The event took place at the Theatre at the Mill, Newtownabbey.
For more information on the Team travelling to Gold Coast, click the link below or follow us on Twitter and Instagram @GoTeamNI.
Queen's Baton Relay
The Northern Ireland Commonwealth Games Council welcomed the Queen's Baton Relay for 3 days beginning on 28th August. Below shows a few highlights from the trip. The Relay is a call for Commonwealth nations and territories to gather in Gold Coast next April for the XXI Commonwealth Games.
Click on each image to get the latest news on the following events.
Bahamas 2017 VI Commonwealth Youth Games
Winter is here, but for many young NI athletes it means that the Bahamas 2017 Commonwealth Youth Games is just around the corner. The sixth edition of Youth Games - now just over 200 days away - will be hosted in the capital Nassau from the 18-23 July 2017.
The NICGC will be represented in 5 sports; athletics, boxing, cycling, judo and swimming. Following the team's success in the Samoa 2015 Youth Games with a haul of 12 medals, we look forward to working with all the relevant governing bodies in the build up to the Youth Games to best deliver a strong Team NI.
XXI Commonwealth Games Gold Coast
From 4 to 15 April 2018, Queensland’s Gold Coast will host the 21st Commonwealth Games. it is expected that 6500 athletes and team officials from more than 70 nations will come to Australia to compete in the Gold Coast’s Commonwealth Games.
For more information about the Gold Coast 2018 and how to get involved, please click here to go to the Gold Coast 2018 website.