United States at the Universiade

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United States at the Universiade
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Flag of the United States
IOC code  USA
NOC United States Olympic Committee
Website www.teamusa.org
Universiade history
Summer Universiade
Winter Universiade

The United States has participated in all editions of the Summer Universiade held since the fourth edition of 1965 Summer Universiade.[1]

Medal count[edit]

Summer Universiade[edit]

The United States has won 1195 medals in 24 appearances at the Summer Universiade and are in first place on the all-time Summer Universiade medal table.

     Host nation

Edition Gold FISU.svg Silver FISU.svg Bronze FISU.svg Medals FISU.svg
Italy Turin 1959 did not participate
Bulgaria Sofia 1961
Brazil Porto Alegre 1963
Hungary Budapest 1965 14 10 9 33
Japan Tokyo 1967 31 21 6 58
Italy Turin 1970 22 18 11 51
Soviet Union Moscow 1973 19 15 18 52
Italy Rome 1975 2 4 0 6
Bulgaria Sofia 1977 20 11 10 41
Mexico Mexico City 1979 21 14 16 51
Romania Bucarest 1981 29 18 9 56
Canada Edmonton 1983 12 20 22 54
Japan Kobe 1985 23 22 24 69
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zagreb 1987 27 20 24 71
West Germany Duisburg 1989 9 9 8 26
United Kingdom Sheffield 1991 28 24 23 75
United States Buffalo 1993 31 23 19 73
Japan Fukuoka 1995 24 27 18 69
Italy Sicily 1997 20 19 22 61
Spain Palma de Mallorca 1999 28 17 15 60
China Beijing 2001 21 13 13 47
South Korea Daegu 2003 5 13 18 36
Turkey Ízmir 2005 17 12 14 43
Thailand Bangkok 2007 10 10 14 34
Serbia Belgrade 2009 13 13 13 39
China Shenzhen 2011 17 22 11 50
Russia Kazan 2013 11 14 15 40
Total 454 389 352 1195

Winter Universiade[edit]

The United States has won 128 medals at the Winter Universiade and are in eleventh place on the all-time Winter Universiade medal table.

     Host nation

Edition Gold FISU.svg Silver FISU.svg Bronze FISU.svg Medals FISU.svg
France Chamonix 1960 did not participate
Switzerland Villars 1962
Czech Republic Špindlerův Mlýn 1964
Italy Sestriere 1966 0 2 1 3
Austria Innsbruck 1968 4 3 3 10
Finland Rovaniemi 1970 5 4 1 10
United States Lake Placid 1972 1 2 4 7
Italy Livigno 1975
Czech Republic Špindlerův Mlýn 1978
Spain Jaca 1981 0 0 1 1
Bulgaria Sofia 1983 0 0 2 2
Italy Belluno 1985 3 6 2 11
Czech Republic Štrbské Pleso 1987 0 1 6 7
Bulgaria Sofia 1989 0 5 8 13
Japan Sapporo 1991 2 7 3 12
Poland Zakopane 1993 5 4 6 15
Spain Jaca 1995 4 2 6 12
South Korea Muju/Jeonju 1997 0 1 4 5
Slovakia Poprad Tatry 1999 0 2 0 2
Poland Zakopane 2001 1 0 0 1
Italy Tarvisio 2003 0 1 1 2
Austria Innsbruck/Seefeld 2005 1 2 0 3
Italy Turin 2007 1 1 3 5
China Harbin 2009 0 0 0 0
Turkey Erzurum 2011 4 2 0 6
Italy Trentino 2013 1 1 2 4
Total 32 46 54 132

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "First Universiade". fisu.net. Retrieved 21 December 2012. 

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