The Info List - 2019 Winter Universiade

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The 2019 Winter Universiade, the XXIX Winter Universiade, is scheduled for Krasnoyarsk, Russia.


1 Host selection 2 Venues

2.1 Sport 2.2 Village 2.3 Health care

3 Symbolics 4 Sports 5 Preparations 6 References 7 External links

Host selection[edit] There were two candidates cities including Krasnoyarsk in Russian Siberia. The city has received official confirmation of its status as Russia's representative the bidding to host the 2019 Winter Universiade. This attempt is supported by Dmitry Medvedev, who ordered the Russian Prime Minister (Vladimir Putin) to start dealing with the implementation of concrete projects pertaining to the Games, and by Sergei Gurov, the minister of sports, tourism and youth policy of the Krasnoyarsk region. Russia will be the host country to a number of upcoming major sport events: 2013 Summer Universiade in Kazan, 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, from 2014 Formula One will visit Russia (Sochi) and the 2018 FIFA World Cup.[1] Also Valais, Switzerland, was as the candidate but pulled out in September 2013. Thus, Krasnoyarsk became the only candidate city for the Games. FISU announced Krasnoyarsk as the host city in November 9, 2013.[2] This will be the first time Russia that will host the Winter Universiade. On 3 April 2013, FISU, officially confirmed two candidate cities:[3]

Krasnoyarsk, Russia Valais, Switzerland

On 9 November 2013, FISU attributed Krasnoyarsk as host city of the 2019 Winter Universiade after Valais withdraw its bid in September 2013.[4] Venues[edit] Sport[edit]

Krasnoyarsk Central Stadium Bobrovy Log Alpine Skiing Complex Fun Park Yenisei Ice Stadium Ivan Yarygin Sports Palace Biathlon Academy Multi-purpose Complex Winter Sports Academy Regional Sports and Training Complex Arena Sever Ice Palace Crystal Ice Arena Pervomaisky Ice Arena Platinum Arena Ice Arena Rassvet Ice Palace


Perya Dormitory Complex for Students Dormitory Complex for Students and Educators with a Service Unit Multifunctional Center

Health care[edit]

Medical Centre in Universiade Village Clinical Hospital of Emergency Medical Care Named After N.S. Karpovich

Symbolics[edit] The Universiade logo features the colours of the Russian flag with a predominantly pure white polyhedron with red and blue solid and dashed edges. Below are the Olympic stars, symbolising the five continents. The Universiade slogans are: "Real Winter", "Welcome to Winter" and "100% Winter". The mascot is "U-Laika", a Siberian Husky standing on its hind legs with a salutating right front paw and a red scarf around his neck. It symbolised energy, joy, friendship and loyalty. Sports[edit] There will be events in eleven sports. In one of them, bandy, it will be in form of demonstration,[5] meaning medals be awarded but will not count in the overall standing. In 2017 International University Sports Federation made bandy a recognised sport.[6]

Alpine skiing (10) (details) Bandy (2) (details) Biathlon (9) (details) Cross-country skiing (11) (details) Curling (2) (details) Figure skating (6) (details) Freestyle skiing (4) (details) Ice hockey (2) (details) Short track speed skating (8) (details) Ski orienteering (5) (details) Snowboarding (8) (details)

Preparations[edit] An inspection visit in October 2017 caused optimism about the upcoming event.[7] References[edit]

^ "Krasnoyarsk ready to host Universiade 2019". Olga Pshenitsyna, Vladimir Koretsky. english.ruvr.ru. 2012-01-29. Retrieved 2013-02-02.  ^ Brasilia and Krasnoyarsk to host 2019 Summer and Winter Universiades ^ "Candidate cities for 2019 Summer and Winter Universiade unveiled". gamesbids. gamesbids. 2013-04-03. Retrieved 2013-04-03.  ^ "Attribution of the 2019 Winter and Summer Universiades". FISU. FISU.net. 2013-11-09. Retrieved 2013-11-29.  ^ SPORT TYPES ^ FISU recognises four more sports - Powerlifting, Kickboxing, Finswimming and Bandy are now FISU recognised sports ^ Roger Roth, FISU: "Winter Universiade 2019 in Krasnoyarsk will be the best Universiade ever held”

External links[edit]

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Summer Universiade

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Winter Universiade

Chamonix 1960 Villars 1962 Špindlerův Mlýn 1964 Sestriere 1966 Innsbruck 1968 Rovaniemi 1970 Lake Placid 1972 Livigno 1975 Špindlerův Mlýn 1978 Jaca 1981 Sofia 1983 Belluno 1985 Štrbské Pleso 1987 Sofia 1989 Sapporo 1991 Zakopane 1993 Jaca 1995 Muju-Chonju 1997 Poprad-Tatry 1999 Zakopane 2001 Tarvisio 2003 Innsbruck 2005 Turin 2007 Harbin 2009 Erzurum 2011 Trentino 2013 Granada-Štrbské Pleso 2015 Almaty 2017 Krasnoyarsk 2019 Lucerne 2021 Lake Placid 2023

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