The big drawing 15th of February at 16:00

The 28th World Winter Universiade-2017 in Almaty is over, but many exciting events are still ahead. Didn’t you forget about the ticket lottery? The drawing will be broadcasted live 15th of February at 16:00 on our YouTube channel! Continue reading

For the attention of fans!

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The Universiade-2017 is acknowledged as the most visited for the whole history of winter student's Games

Almaty, on February 10, 2017 – 28 World winter Universiade is — an event for which Almaty has prepared for the last 5 years came to the end on February 8. Games in Almaty were acknowledged as the most visited for the whole history of winter Universiades. Continue reading

February 8. Results of the day

The amazing student event that has been cheering sport fans from many countries of the world for the past two weeks ended. Today, the official Closing Ceremony of the 28th World Winter Universiade took place in Almaty. Continue reading

Goodbye, Almaty! Hello, Krasnoyarsk!

The 28th World Winter Universiade has been declared officially closed. Continue reading

Farewell words to the Universiade-2017

The athletes leaving the Athletes village have shared their impression about the winter students Games. Continue reading

Russia ice hockey team became the Universiade champion

February 8. Men’s ice hockey. Final. Kazakhstan – Russia – Россия – 0:1 (0:0, 0:0, 0:1). Continue reading

I love Universiade

The installation that consists of 3D letters saying “I Love Universiade” became a part of the Sport Unites the World art festival. The festival has commenced on the same day as the Universiade. It was not easy to prepare the installation. PVC was used in creating the letters, which were later set up at the Medal Plaza. Another task was to convince the visitors of the square in front of the Palace of the Republic to paint the letters. Continue reading

Canada ice hockey team won bronze at the Universiade

February 8. Men’s ice hockey. Game for place 3-4: Canada – Czech Republic – 4:3 (3:1, 1:2, 0:0). Continue reading