Organizers of the Universiade in Almaty shared their experience of conducting competitions with Russian colleagues.

From 20 to 26 of May in Russian Federation, Krasnoyarsk is the visit of delegation of the International University Sports Federation (FISU). Within the framework of the working visit, there is a debriefing following the results of the XXVIII World Winter Universiade-2017 with participation of the Organizing Committee of the Winter Universiade in Almaty. Continue reading

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

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The Kazakh ice hockey team beat the Czech team and get through the final of the Universiade.

7 February. Ice hockey. Men. Semifinal. Kazakhstan – Czech Republic – 4:1 (1:1, 2:0, 1:0). Continue reading

In men’s short track relay, a Kazakhstani athlete tripped and the Chinese team won.

February 7. Men’s short track speed skating. 5000m relay: 1. China - 7:04.443 2. Russia - 7:04.551 3. Kazakhstan - 7:13.799 Continue reading

Korean short track speed skating team won the relay race

February 7. Women’s short track speed skating. 3000m relay. Final A: 1. Korea - 4:13.630 2. China - 4:13.808 3. Kazakhstan - 4:18.369 Continue reading

Russia beat Canada in ice hockey and will compete in final

February 7. Ice Hockey. Men. Semifinal. Russia – Canada – 4:1 (1:0, 1:0, 2:1) Continue reading

Lim Kyoung Won from Korea won the 1000m short track speed skating race

February 7. Men’s short track speed skating. 1000m race. Final A: 1. Lim Kyoung Won (Korea) — 1:28.024 2. Park Ji Won (Korea) — 1:28.051 3. Denis Nikisha (Kazakhstan) — 1:28.189 Continue reading

Freestyle competitions ended at the Universiade-2017

7 February. Freestyle. Women. Ski-cross. 1. Anna Antonova (Russia) 2. Maya Averyanova (Russia) 3. Yekaterina Maltseva (Russia) 7 February. Freestyle. Men. Ski-cross: 1. Jiri Cech (Czech Republic) 2. Kirill Merenkov (Russia) 3. Fromm Enrico (Switzerland) Continue reading

The British men’s curling team became the champion of the Universiade-2017.

7 February. Curling. Men. Final: Great Britain – Sweden – 8:6 Continue reading