2019 Winter Universiade
|Nations participating||- 31|
|Opening ceremony||- 2 March|
|Closing ceremony||- 12 March|
|Officially opened by||-|
|Main venue||Arena-Sever (Arena-North)|
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.
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. Russia is the first time to host Winter Universiade.
On 3 April 2013, FISU, officially confirmed two candidate cities:
On 9 November 2013, FISU attributed Krasnoyarsk as host city of the 2019 Winter Universiade after Valais withdraw its bid in September 2013.
Universiade logo - designed in the colors of the Russian flag predominantly pure white snow-volume polyhedron with red and blue solid and dashed edges and matching labels with colorful Olympic stars of the five continents.
Universiade slogans-"Real Winter", "Welcome to winter" and "100% Winter". Mascot of Universiade is "U-Laika"-standing on its hind legs with a raised in salute right front paw with a red scarf around his neck white Siberian Laika, a symbol of energy, joy, friendship and loyalty.
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