China at the Universiade

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China at the
Universiade
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China at the Summer Universiade has participated from the 1979 Summer Universiade.[1]

Medal count[edit]

China won 965 medals in 20 appearances at the Summer Universiade and are at the 2nd rank in 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
Japan Tokyo 1967
Italy Turin 1970
Soviet Union Moscow 1973
Italy Rome 1975
Bulgaria Sofia 1977
Mexico Mexico City 1979 1 1 4 6
Bulgaria Bucarest 1981 10 8 3 21
Canada Edmonton 1983 5 5 3 13
Japan Kobe 1985 7 7 6 20
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zagreb 1987 11 8 10 29
West Germany Duisburg 1989 4 2 5 11
United Kingdom Sheffield 1991 21 18 13 52
United States Buffalo 1993 17 6 5 28
Japan Fukuoka 1995 13 10 16 39
Italy Sicily 1997 10 9 7 26
Spain Palma de Mallorca 1999 9 5 11 25
China Beijing 2001 54 25 24 103
South Korea Daegu 2003 41 27 13 81
Turkey Ízmir 2005 21 16 12 49
Thailand Bangkok 2007 33 31 28 92
Serbia Belgrade 2009 22 21 15 58
China Shenzhen 2011 74 40 32 146
Russia Kazan 2013 26 29 22 77
South Korea Gwangju 2015 34 22 16 72
Flag of Chinese Taipei for Universiade.svg Taipei 2017 9 6 2 17
Italy 2019 Naples
China 2021 Chengdu
Total 423 296 246 965

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "History of the Universiade". fisu.net. Retrieved 21 December 2012.

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