The Australian Commonwealth Games Association (ACGA) is the national body responsible for Commonwealth Games operations, publicity and development in Australia, specifically providing and organising funding, clothing, travel, accommodation and accreditation of athletes and officials to each Commonwealth Games.

Watch highlights of the Australian Team at the 2015 Commonwealth Youth Games in Samoa: https://youtu.be/eUl-6zTINSE


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November 09, 2015 | LATEST NEWS

Australian swimming legends gather to donate rare 1954 film to National Film and Sound Archive of Australia

Two of Australia’s greatest swimmers, Olympic champions Jon Henricks and Lorraine Thurlow (nee Crapp), will gathered at the North Sydney Olympic Pool on Thursday 5 November, to present the National Film and Sound Archive of Australia (NFSA) with a never-before-seen film shot during their 1954 North American tour – including rare footage of the Australian team’s participation in the British Empire and Commonwealth Games in Vancouver, Canada.

To watch the videos and read more visit: http://bit.ly/1MI6vwd
  • November 05, 2015 | Latest News

    Commonwealth Games aspirants to benefit from experience of Ken Green, the new Gold Coast GOLD Endurance Coach

    Athletics Australia High Performance Director, Simon Nathan, has today confirmed the appointment of experienced coach Ken Green as the Gold Coast GOLD Endurance Coach.

    To be based full-time at the New South Wales Institute of Sport (NSWIS), the role will see Green coach his personal squad and help support other endurance coaches across the nation, with the aim of ensuring green and gold success at the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast (Qld) in 2018. Read More
  • November 04, 2015 | Latest News

    Basketball Australia welcomes Commonwealth Games support

    Basketball Australia and the Australian Commonwealth Games Association (ACGA) have announced that as a part of the “Gold Coast GOLD” 2018 Team Preparation Program, both the Australian Boomers and Opals have received grants from the ACGA.

    These grants will be used to support the men’s and women’s teams as they prepare to defend their Commonwealth Games gold medals from the 2006 games held in Melbourne.

    Basketball has been reinstated to the Commonwealth Games program for the 2018 Games to be held on the Gold Coast and Basketball Australia is thrilled to have the opportunity to defend their titles.Read More
  • October 06, 2015 | Latest News

    Griffith University announced as GC2018 ‘Official University Partner’

    Up to two hundred and fifty students will get first-hand experience working as interns at the biggest event in Australia this decade, thanks to a unique partnership between Griffith University and the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Corporation (GOLDOC).Read More
  • September 23, 2015 | Latest News

    Lawn Bowler Ellen Ryan awarded 2016 Sport Australia Hall of Fame Scholarship

    Five of Australia’s brightest young stars will receive mentoring from five of Australia’s greatest athletes, as part of the 2016 Sport Australia Hall of Fame Scholarship and Mentoring Program.

    The Sport Australia Hall of Fame Scholarship and Mentoring Program aims to help talented young Australians achieve at the highest level of sport, by providing support and funding for a period of 12 months.

    Lawn bowler Ellen Ryan (NSW) will have the experience of a lifetime as she is mentored by Sport Australia Hall of Fame inaugural female Inductee and official Legend of Australian sport – Dawn Fraser MBE.
    Read More
  • September 11, 2015 | Latest News

    Rugby Sevens medals cap fine week for Australia at CYG in Samoa

    The Australian team representing the country at the 2015 Commonwealth Youth Games in Samoa has finished top of the medal standings.

    The boys and girls rugby sevens concluded proceedings at Apia Park earlier today. The girls team romped home to a 38-5 win over Canada to win the team's 25th gold medal at these Games, while the boys took silver after losing the gold medal match 31-20 in a thriller to South Africa.
  • September 10, 2015 | Latest News

    Australia secures top spot on medal table with a day to spare at Commonwealth Youth Games

    The Australian team representing the country at the Commonwealth Youth Games ensured top spot on the medals table with a day after another successful day in Apia, Samoa.

    The team, led by Matthew Cowdrey OAM, secured six gold medals, five silver and three bronze to take its overall medal tally to 60 over the four days of competition.
  • September 09, 2015 | Latest News

    Australia strengthens grip on medals table at 2015 Commonwealth Youth Games

    The Australian team competing at the 2015 Commonwealth Youth Games enjoyed yet another golden day in Apia, Samoa with medals secured in swimming, athletics and boxing.

    After three days of competition to date, the green and gold has won 18 gold medals, 12 silvers and 17 bronze. Second-placed South Africa has 10 golds to their name.



G S B Total
AUS 25 19 19 63
RSA 13 7 15 35
ENG 12 16 16 44

Click here for a list of Australian CYG 2015 Medal Winners

Click here for a detailed list of results from Samoa CYG 2015