About Isle of Man 2011
The fourth Commonwealth Youth Games were held in the Isle of Man in 2011.
The Isle of Man has competed in the Commonwealth Games since 1950 and has hosted a number of international events including the multi-sport Island Games and the annual TT motorcycle race.
There was a maximum of 1000 athlete places for the 2011 Youth Games, allocated to countries on a pro-rata basis of their athlete numbers in the 2010 Commonwealth Games. Scotland was allocated 50 places, including a Rugby 7s squad.
- No. Sports 7
- No. Countries 63
- No. Athletes 804
- Gold Medals Awarded 112
Team Scotland’s Isle of Man 2011 Medal Count:View Medallists
- Total: 22
Did You Know?
Isle of Man was the first small nation to host the Commonwealth Youth Games, leading the way for the Youth Games in Samoa in 2015 and Bahamas in 2017.