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2015 Summer Universiade. Sport Events Congress Ottawa April 16, 2009. What is the Universiade?. A multi-sport competition—summer and winter Staged every odd year by the International University Sports Federation (FISU) Open to student-athletes aged 17 to 28 Edmonton hosted in 1983

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2015 summer universiade

2015 Summer Universiade

Sport Events Congress

Ottawa

April 16, 2009

what is the universiade
What is the Universiade?
  • A multi-sport competition—summer and winter
  • Staged every odd year by the International University Sports Federation (FISU)
  • Open to student-athletes aged 17 to 28
  • Edmonton hosted in 1983
  • Cities bidding to host the 2015 Summer Universiade
    • Edmonton, Canada
    • Gwangju, Korea
    • Taipei City, Chinese Taipei
universiade by the numbers
Universiade by the Numbers
  • 10,000 athletes, coaches & team officials
  • 10,000 volunteers
  • 1,250 technical officials
  • 1,000 media
  • 500 dignitaries
  • 170 countries
  • 12 days of competition
sport overview compulsory
Sport Overview - compulsory
  • 12 Compulsory Sports
    • Athletics (track and field)
    • Basketball
    • Diving
    • Football (soccer)
    • Gymnastics (artistic)
    • Gymnastics (rhythmic)
    • Judo
    • Swimming
    • Table Tennis
    • Tennis
    • Volleyball
    • Water Polo
sport overview optional
Sport Overview - optional
  • Up to three optional sports will be selected
    • Badminton
    • Cycling
    • Golf
    • Rugby Sevens
    • Taekwondo
    • Wrestling
benefits for edmonton
Benefits for Edmonton
  • Up to $400M to the Alberta economy
  • Creation of more than 6,000 jobs
  • Attract the world’s best student-athletes
  • Showcase Edmonton and Canada to the world
legacy
Legacy
  • Enhance legacy programs from 1983 Universiade
    • 1983 Scholarship program ($1.3 M for 850+ student-athletes)
      • Triple the size
    • The Universiade Pavilion (Butterdome)
      • Construct a second multipurpose field house on south campus
    • Increase Edmonton’s volunteer and sport administration capacity
      • Expect to see a similar impact
    • 1983 Universiade Grant Program
      • Increase funding to this sport & culture grant program
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Legacy
  • New Facilities
    • Universiade Village
    • New and upgraded Sport Facilities
      • National Training Centres in Western Canada
  • Sports Equipment Legacy
  • Canadian Interuniversity Sport Legacy Fund
  • Ambassador Program
  • Sport Development
    • Youth , Aboriginal and Masters
  • Corporate Sponsorship Matching Program
  • Other FISU Legacies
competition venues
Compulsory Sports

Athletics

Foote Field

Aquatics

Kinsmen Sports Centre

Basketball

Rexall Place (finals)

Go Community Centre

Clare Drake Arena

NAIT

Football (soccer)

Commonwealth Stadium

Clarke Park

TELUS Field

Multi-Sport Tournament Recreation Site

Edmonton Soccer Association Complex

Jasper Place Bowl

Victoria Soccer Park

Competition Venues
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Compulsory sports (continued)

Gymnastics

Rexall Place (artistic)

Northlands (rhythmic)

Judo

Northlands

Table Tennis

Universiade Pavilion

Tennis

University of Alberta Tennis Centre

Michener Park

Volleyball

Rexall Place

University of Alberta Main Gym

Clare Drake Arena

MacEwan College

St. Francis Xavier Field House

Bill Hunter Arena

Competition Venues
renovation projects under 1 million
Renovation Projects (under $1 million)
  • Commonwealth Stadium
  • Rollie Miles Athletic Park
  • Multi-Sport Tournament Recreation Site
  • U of A Main Gymnasium
  • Universiade Pavilion
  • Saville Sports Centre
renovation projects more than 8 million
Renovation Projects (more than $8 million)
  • Clarke Park
  • Foote Field
  • Kinsmen Sport Centre
new construction
New Construction
  • Go Community Centre
  • South Campus Field House
  • Physical Activity and Health Complex
  • Student-Athlete Housing
cultural program
Cultural Program
  • Opening & Closing Ceremonies
  • Kaleidoscope 2015
  • Medal Ceremonies
fisu conference
FISU Conference
  • FISU Conference
  • FISU Executive Meetings
  • FISU General Assembly
timeline domestic
Timeline (domestic)
  • 2003
    • Edmonton begins to explore hosting the Summer Universiade
  • June 2008
    • Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) chooses Edmonton as Canada’s bid to host the 2015 Summer Universiade
  • October 2008
    • All three orders of government support Edmonton’s bid
timeline international
Timeline (international)
  • March 14, 2009
    • Final bid package submitted to International University Sports Federation (FISU)
  • April 30 to May 4, 2009
    • FISU site evaluation committee visits Edmonton
  • May 23, 2009
    • Final presentations and FISU’s attribution of 2015 Summer Universiade (Brussels, Belgium)
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