President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin

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President of the
Russian Federation
Vladimir Putin
You know that one of our large Siberian cities - Krasnoyarsk - is going to host
Winter Universiade 2019. Unquestionably, Krasnoyarsk deserves it. First of all,
people certainly expect to have city transport infrastructure, airport, roads and
sports infrastructure developed.
Of course, for a city that is located in the centre of Siberia, the Winter Universiade,
no doubt, will become not only a big international event but also an additional
impetus to get into winter sports, which are in high favour throughout our whole
country, but especially in Siberia. The event will ensure creation of the winter
sports national centre of an international level and, in general, will set the stage
for comprehensive development of the whole territory.
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First Vice Prime Minister
of the Russian Federation –
Chairman of the Organising Committee Igor Shuvalov
Dear friends!
After the successful hosting of the Summer Universiade in Kazan and the
Olympics in Sochi our country has taken on the preparation for the 29th Winter
Universiade in Krasnoyarsk. We are grateful to the International University Sports
Federation for granting Russia the right to host such a status sports event and
we will do whatever it takes to hold the competitions at the highest level.
The Organising Committee has developed a large-scale plan for creation of the
corresponding infrastructure in Krasnoyarsk. There will be constructed a number
of sports venues, namely modern ice arenas, ice palaces, a ski stadium, roller ski
tracks, a covered ice rink, snow-park, Halfpipe complex and sports and training
units as well as the venues of medical and social amenities infrastructure. Most
of the focus is on accommodation and security of the Universiade guests and
participants so that their stay on the Siberian land is comfortable, interesting and
unforgettable. I am sure that the 29th Winter Universiade will be the brightest
in its history. It will be remembered as a genuine festival of winter, youth and
sports. And Krasnoyarsk as one of the largest university cities of Russia will
realize its full potential in the sphere of sports, culture and economy. It will
become the recognized international winter sports center.
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Minister of Sports
of the Russian Federation
Vitaly Mutko
University sports in the Russian Federation have a distinct line of confident wins:
active lifestyle is getting more popular among young people, young athletes
perform triumphantly at world tournaments, volunteer movement is developing.
It is gratifying that our success in this area has received a worthy assessment of
the international sports community.
The Russian Federation has been selected once more as a host country of the
University Sports Games merely six months after the end of the Universiade in
Kazan.
I extend my appreciation to the colleagues from International University Sports
Federation for their trust and afforded opportunity to acquaint the world with
glorious sports traditions of the Krasnoyarsk Territory and Siberian region.
Today we are at the beginning of large-scale and serious work. All participants of
the project are set to give the student fraternity a spectacular and unforgettable
holiday of winter sports not inferior, in terms of organization, to the Universiade
in Kazan and the Olympic Games in Sochi.
I am sure that by 2019 Krasnoyarsk will become a powerful international sports
cluster with modern social infrastructure and high investment potential.
See you at the Winter Universiade!
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President of Russian
Students Sport Union
Oleg Matytsin
Our country has a long tradition of university sports. University sports are an
important part of educational system. It is a training stage for our national
teams’ reserve and one of the most important areas of the state youth policy.
In this regard, we can speak about national significance of the university sports.
Russia currently holds a leading position as an active initiator and organizer
of international university sport events. Today the central project in the field
of university sports in Russia is preparation and delivery of the 29th Winter
Universiade of 2019 in the city of Krasnoyarsk.
I am confident that Krasnoyarsk-2019 Project will continue the tradition of
international student sports forums and will become a grand celebration of youth
and sports – the embodiment of young people’s desire to move forward, a strong
impetus for the development of student movement, combining sport, education
and culture for both harmonious personal development and formation of civicmindedness of young people in Russia and in the world.
Universiade Legacy will allow keeping the positive trend of sustainable city
development, will contribute to the development of educational and sports
cluster as well as of sports and tourism infrastructure and will further improve
the investment attractiveness of Krasnoyarsk.
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Governor of the Krasnoyarsk Territory
Viktor Tolokonsky
The Krasnoyarsk Territory is actively getting prepared for the Winter University
Games of 2019. For us, five-year preparation for the Universiade is not only the
time of large scale work in development of sports infrastructure. We recognize
the Universiade as an excellent chance to achieve a new quality of life, to change,
to modernize social and cultural environment, to take our international and
interregional contacts to a higher level, to enhance reputation of the region and
its capital.
A strategically important initiative of the Universiade delivery in the biggest
Siberian region will certainly attract to the Krasnoyarsk Territory a new flow of
investments, open new opportunities for small and medium-sized businesses and
give a new impetus to the development of not only the capital - Krasnoyarsk, but
also other areas of the territory and Siberia in general.
I am confident that the Universiade legacy will work for a huge territory: it will
allow launching new economic and infrastructure projects as well as making the
appearance of Siberia even more modern and attractive. This is important for
our whole country.
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Mayor of Krasnoyarsk city
Edkham Akbulatov
Dear friends!
The words «Siberia» and «winter» are practically synonyms. This already makes
the centre of Siberia - Krasnoyarsk - the most suitable and the best place indeed
to hold the first Winter Universiade of 2019 in the Russian history.
We, natives of Krasnoyarsk, strive to make our city the best in terms of modern
sports infrastructure corresponding to the prestige and the status of international
competitions as well as in terms of urban environment quality in general.
The Universiade opens new prospects for Krasnoyarsk, sets fundamentally
different standards. It is a unique chance and a wonderful inspiring impetus for
active, groundbreaking development and for implementation of many significant
investment projects that predetermine the future of the city.
Undoubtedly, we are to perform a big and serious job and the responsibility
that was entrusted to us is enormous. But we are ready to make every effort to
conduct the University Games at an honourable, high level.
Dear friends! «Welcome to Winter» is the slogan of the 29th Winter Universiade.
Welcome to Winter! Welcome to Siberia! See you in Krasnoyarsk in the year of 2019!
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THE 29th WINTER UNIVERSIADE 2019
IN THE CITY OF KRASNOYARSK.
In 2019 Russia for the first time in its history will host the Winter Universiade. On
November 9, 2013, in a panel session of the Executive Committee of International
University Sports Federation (FISU), which took place in Brussels, Krasnoyarsk
was unanimously elected as the host city of the 29th Winter Universiade of 2019.
Almost 2 years of active bidding campaign preceded this event resulting in broad
support of the idea to hold the Universiade in Siberia from both Krasnoyarsk
citizens and the governments of the state and the region.
For Krasnoyarsk a successful organization and delivery of the Universiade is
not only a large-scale sports event and opportunity to develop modern sports
infrastructure in the city but it is also a project that will induce a new development
cycle in the region related to transformation of its social life and alteration of
appearance and image of the city.
Delivery of the Winter Universiade 2019 is an investment into the future of
Krasnoyarsk establishing the basis for positive development of Russia; it is
introduction of positive long-term social and economic changes and new
standards of life quality.
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KRASNOYARSK AS THE HOST CITY
Krasnoyarsk is the capital of the Krasnoyarsk Territory (which is the second
largest territorial entity of the Russian Federation, the area of the Krasnoyarsk
Territory is 2,339.7 thousand sq.km.). The Krasnoyarsk Territory is rightly called
the geographical centre of Russia: the geographical centre of the country is
located within its territory in the vicinity of Lake Vivi. The city is located on both
banks of the Yenisei River. The total area of the city amounts to 353.9 sq.km.
Krasnoyarsk is a beautiful northern city of continental climate with hot summer
and genuine Russian winter. It is the place where one can fully enjoy winter
sports in modern and comfort conditions.
The population of Krasnoyarsk is 1,017,226 people, 41% of which are young
people under the age of 30 (the data as of January 01, 2013). The population
growth by the moment of the Universiade delivery is estimated at 70,000 people,
including 6% of the youth.
More than 20% of Krasnoyarsk population actively do sports and physical trainings.
There are over 150 sports developing in the region, about 80 Sports Federations,
120 Youth Sports Schools and about 1.9 thousand of sports facilities. Four
sports academies are located in the city being training centres for the athletes
of national teams. The total number of people attending sportsmanship high
schools is 64 thousand people. The coaching staff size is 2.1 thousand people.
Traditional winter sports in the Krasnoyarsk Territory are biathlon, bob-sleigh,
Alpine skiing, speed skating, Nordic combined, cross-country skiing, ski jumping,
luge, snowboarding, freestyle skiing, ice hockey and bandy.
Krasnoyarsk regularly hosts major national and international competitions. It
already has an experience of hosting two national Universiades: All-Union Winter
Universiade of 1990 and All-Russian Winter Universiade of 2010.
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Universiade
Concept
Universiade 2019 will be the third Universiade hosted by Russia. The first
Universiade took place in Moscow in 1973; the second - in Kazan in 2013. In the
modern history of Russia, it was the Kazan Universiade that set a high delivery
standard of major international sports events, which later on was in larger scale
applied to the Olympic Games in Sochi.
The Winter Universiade in Krasnoyarsk may become a unique sports arena where
world powers will come to Russia leaving ideological controversy behind to take
part in a sincere sport festival the key value of which is to unite people and
states.
In 2019 Russia may hold the most friendly University Games for the whole history
of the Universiade movement.
Key messages are the following:
▶▶ Sport as a world that unites guests and participants of the
Universiade in order to position the openness and friendliness
of Russia;
▶▶ Sport as a world that unites different cultures and values;
▶▶ Sport as a world that is beyond time;
▶▶ Sport as an international symbol;
▶▶ Sport inspiring discoveries, first of all, of
infinite possibilities of a human.
Legend
Located in the heart of Siberia, Krasnoyarsk can
become the host city of the most friendly and
open University Games for a good reason.
Friendliness and openness are in the blood of
the Siberians. This is a special community of
people that has been evolving for centuries in
this harsh land. The Siberians have a versatile
ethnic background - they are descendants
of the Slavs, the Mongols, Caucasian and
European nationalities. But they all share
some common traits: they are the people of
big hearts; they are kind, sympathetic people
able to endure any adversity. Everybody
note their love of life and optimism, their
strength and fortitude. These are people
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who know how to be friends. They are always ready to help and are altruistic
in their thoughts. Such personal qualities of the Krasnoyarsk natives are
caused by the region history itself and its climatic and geographical features.
Taiga fortifies people and teaches them to appreciate the present moment.
Mutual support and mutual help are the principles Siberian might is based on.
Thus, Krasnoyarsk can become a true capital of the Universiade that reflects
the philosophy and humanistic values of FISU to the fullest extent, which are
to promote sports values through friendship, partnership, fair play, purity and
cooperation among students, who will one day take responsibility and occupy the
key positions in politics, economy and culture.
The Universiade in Krasnoyarsk will be a powerful communication channel for
reconciliation of different communities, the variety of which often becomes a
source of modern conflicts
Mascots
The Winter Universiade is an energizing festival of winter, youth and sport. All this
variety of meanings is reflected in the developed mascots and the overall visual
concept of the Universiade. The mascot of the Krasnoyarsk Winter Universiade
is U-laika - Siberian laika, a symbol of loyalty, friendliness, joy and indomitable
energy, a friend who is always ready to help in difficult times.
Mission
Successful delivery of the Universiade that will open to the world the Siberian
friendliness and limitless possibilities for implementation of bright ideas in one of
the most mysterious places of Russia at a level that exceeds expectations.
The Universiade is a welcome and positive event in Siberia, changing the region
development vector, improving the quality of life and developing a promising
environment.
Slogan
Real winter!
Welcome to winter!
Winter Universiade 2019 provides both Russia and FISU with the opportunity to
deliver the most friendly University Games to emphasize the main value of sport
and fair competition which is to overcome all barriers: state borders, national
and religious dogmas, contradictions between metropolis and peripheral areas.
Despite the cold climate, the Winter Universiade in Krasnoyarsk will be
remembered by participants and organizers as the warmest one.
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Universiade
Management System
The Universiade 2019 in Krasnoyarsk is officially supported by:
President of the Russian Federation;
Government of the Russian Federation;
Governor of the Krasnoyarsk Territory;
Mayor of Krasnoyarsk city;
Olympic Committee of Russia;
Russian Student Sports Union;
Sports Federations of the Russian Federation;
Sports Federations of the Krasnoyarsk Territory;
Board of Rectors of the Krasnoyarsk Territory.
The Universiade 2019 Management System consists of three main levels - the
Organising Committee, the Supervisory Board and the Executive Directorate.
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Organising Committee
The Organising Committee for preparation and delivery of the 29th Winter
Universiade of 2019 in Krasnoyarsk was established by the Decree of Russian
Government No 219-р dated February 18, 2014. Igor I. Shuvalov being First
Vice Prime Minister of the Russian Federation is the Head of the Organising
Committee.
The Organising Committee is comprised of representatives of governmental
authorities of the Russian Federation and the Krasnoyarsk Territory.
The Organising Committee shall make major decisions concerning preparation
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for the Universiade: it has approved the plan of organizational arrangements
and the list of the Universiade venues.
Ministry of Sports of the Russian Federation is to provide organizational and
technical support for the Organising Committee.
Autonomous non-profit organization
«The Executive Directorate
«Krasnoyarsk-2019»
Below are the founders of ANO «The Executive Directorate of the 29th Winter
Universiade 2019 in the city of Krasnoyarsk»:
▶▶ On behalf of the Russian Federation - Ministry of Sports of the Russian Federation;
▶▶ On behalf of the Krasnoyarsk Territory – Government of the Krasnoyarsk Territory;
▶▶ On behalf of the Krasnoyarsk municipal unit - Krasnoyarsk City Administration;
▶▶ All-Russia Public Organization “Russian Students Sports Union”.
The Executive Directorate is to perform the FISU Relations function as well
as the function of International Sports Federation Relations to cover all the
issues related to preparation and delivery of the Universiade 2019. For FISU the
Directorate is the main coordinator of such preparation and delivery processes
of the Universiade 2019, as:
▶▶ Development, conformation and approval of the Universiade Sports
Programme with FISU and Sports Federations;
▶▶ Development of the Master Plan for the Games preparation subject to
approval of FISU Executive Committee; reporting on the Plan implementation to
FISU Executive Committee twice a year;
▶▶ Provision of the Universiade venues with all the required sports, medical,
technical and other equipment in accordance with the requirements of FISU and
international sports federations;
▶▶ Technical preparation, TV broadcasting to any part of the world and protection
of broadcasting rights.
▶▶ Coordination of medical and anti-doping issues;
▶▶ Development of operational budget for the Games preparation and delivery;
▶▶ Implementation of marketing programs and copyright;
▶▶ Searching and attracting sponsors to the Games;
▶▶ Development and implementation of the ticketing programme;
▶▶ Information support, carrying out promotional and PR-campaigns aimed at
popularization of ideas of the Universiade, students’ fellowship and University
sports.
▶▶ Participation in development of the required regulatory and legal acts by state
authorities and local self-regulatory bodies;
▶▶ Organization and equipment of the Universiade Village.
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Supervisory Board
The Supervisory Board is the highest governing board of the Executive Directorate.
It ensures that the Directorate adheres to the purposes it was established for. It
is also in charge of supervision over the financial and administrative activities of
the Directorate.
The Supervisory Board shall perform the following functions.
▶▶ Modification of the Directorate Charter;
▶▶ Identification of the Directorate functional areas of priority;
▶▶ Approval of financial plan and annual reports on financial and administrative activities;
▶▶ Appointment of the Director General, Audit Commission members, etc..
The Supervisory Board comprises representatives of the founders and of the
General Executive Directorate. Sports Minister of the Russian Federation Vitaly
L. Mutko was elected the Chairman of the Supervisory Board.
Coordination Council
The Coordination Council for the preparation and delivery of the 29th Winter
Universiade 2019 in the city of Krasnoyarsk was formed in February 2015. The
Council is headed by the Governor of the region Victor Tolokonsky and includes
representatives of the executive and legislative authorities of the region, sports
veterans, heads of the regional winter sports federations, outstanding athletes
of the region and leaders of the youth programmes.
The Council is to coordinate collaboration of different bodies, organizations and
establishments involved into the Universiade preparation, as well as to develop
suggestions on the organization of the future competitions and etc.
Master Plan
of the 29th Winter Universiade of 2019
in the city of Krasnoyarsk
The Master Plan for preparation and delivery of the 29th Winter Universiade
2019 in Krasnoyarsk (hereinafter, the Master Plan) is one of the main
documents of strategic planning and the main instrument for communications
and reporting to the International University Sports Federation (FISU).
The Master Plan is an integrated plan of long-term development and operation of the
Executive Directorate of the 29th Winter Universiade 2019 in the city of Krasnoyarsk
in the course of preparation and delivery of the Universiade 2019, specifying the
main directions and tasks, due dates and responsible functional areas.
The Master Plan is a planning and control tool for preparation and delivery of
the Universiade 2019 in Krasnoyarsk. This is a fundamental document that is
the basis for the Directorate operational activity and functional control, as well
as for keeping records of both internal and external tasks during preparation
for the Universiade.
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The Master Plan is based upon the key strategic objectives of Krasnoyarsk
and the Krasnoyarsk Territory, the achievement of which will ensure
implementation of the stated Games concept. Siberian State University is
the Directorate’s general partner on the development of the Master Plan. The
work will also involve leading international experts and FISU consultations.
Functional areas
of the Universiade 2019 Master Plan
The Universiade Master Plan provides for definition of the 49 functional
areas such as: Accommodation, Accreditation, Doping-Control, Broadcasting,
Communications, Ceremonies, Construction, Coordination and Overlays, Sports,
Licensing and Merchandising, Marketing and others.
A number of functional areas have formed working groups with the participation
of representatives of the Krasnoyarsk Territory ministries and the Legislative
Assembly, experts of Krasnoyarsk City Administration, professional community,
the youth and the Directorate.
The final draft of the Master Plan Version 1.0 was successfully presented and
defended FISU Executive Committee in the Korean city of Qwangju in October
2014. The document includes a strategic section containing key statistical
information about the host city, principles and methodology for the document
development, the Games sports programme, client groups, control system, risk
management, concept of the Universiade 2019 in Krasnoyarsk, its mission,
goals, objectives, legacy, etc. It also spesifies functional areas of preparation
and delivery of the Universiade both separately and cross-functionally.
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Sports.
Disciplines
The 29th Winter Universiade will be held in Krasnoyarsk from 2nd to 12th of
March 2019.
According to a preliminary estimation, 2,800 sports delegates and 10,000 guests
from all over the world will take part in the Universiade 2019. The Sports Programme
of the Universiade 2019 in the city of Krasnoyarsk shall include 10 sports.
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Compulsory sports
The following sports are included in the compulsory programme
of Winter Universiades by International University Sports Federation.
1. Biathlon: Individual (men, women), Sprint (men, women), Pursuit (men, women),
Mass-start (men, women), Mixed Relay.
2. Alpine skiing: Downhill or Super Combined (men, women), Super G (men,
women), Slalom (men, women), Giant Slalom (men, women).
3. Snowboarding: Snowboard Cross (men, women), Parallel Giant Slalom (men,
women), Half Pipe (men, women), Slopestyle (men, women).
4. Cross-Country Skiing: Sprint (men, women), Individual Start (men, women),
Pursuit (men, women), Mass-start (men, women), Relay (men, women), Mixed
Sprint Relay.
5. Curling: Team tournament (men, women).
6. Short Track Speed Skating: Individual races and Relays (men, women).
7. Figure Skating: Men, Ladies, Pairs, Ice Dance, Synchronized Skating.
8. Ice Hockey: Team tournament (men, women).
Optional sports
These were included into the sports programme upon the initiative of the host
country.
1. Ski Orienteering: Middle distance (men, women), Sprint (men, women), Relay
(men, women), Mixed relay.
2. Freestyle Skiing: Moguls (men, women), Aerial Acrobatics (men, women), Ski
Slopestyle (men, women), Ski Cross (men, women), Ski Halfpipe (men, women).
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Venues List of 29th
Winter Universiade of 2019
in the city of Krasnoyarsk
In order to deliver competitions and ensure safe and comfortable stay of the
Universiade participants and guests, the following infrastructure is required.
Minutes of the Organising Committee meeting on the preparation and delivery of
the 29th Winter Universiade of 2019 in Krasnoyarsk No.1-пр. dated 22.07.2014
approved the list of capital constructions necessary for the preparation and
delivery of the University Games of 2019 in the city of Krasnoyarsk.
Sports Infrastructure Venues
I. Construction
1.Regional sports and Training
1.Complex “Winter Sports Academy”.
Location: Oktyabrsky District, Nikolaevskaya Sopka.
Commencement of construction: 2012.
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The Complex shall include:
1.1. Multi-functional Sports Complex «Sopka».
Dedication: Snowboard competitions.
Requirements: Section I, Articles 9.1 and 9.8, Section H and Section P
of FISU Minimum Requirements for Winter Universiade of 2019.
Description: In order to meet the requirements above, two functional buildings
of Sopka Sports Complex connected to each other with a passage will be built.
The first building shall have an acrobatic hall (for training of freestyle skiing
athletes performing in such disciplines as Aerials, Halfpipe and Snowboard),
fitness and strength training hall (for training athletes of all disciplines in
Snowboard), two conference-halls with stands administrative (to accommodate
the staff of Sopka Complex, as well as coaching staff, technical officials, media
representatives, FISU delegations, representatives of sports delegations,
medical and team service staff during the Universiade) and auxiliary rooms (to
accommodate technical services of household and sanitary purpose and to be
used for storing any sports gear and equipment for slopes). The second building
is to accommodate Medical and Convalescent Hospital of Russian FMBA to
provide prompt help if a participant gets injured.
Total venue area is 30,827,42 sq. m.
Estimated venue completion date is 2017.
1.2. Sports and training block «Snezhny»
Dedication: Snowboard competitions.
Requirements: Section I, Article 9.1, Section Н of the FISU Minimum Requirements
for Winter Universiade of 2019.
Description: In order to meet the requirements above, a building will be
constructed. It will have a number of administrative rooms (to accommodate
staff of the Complex, as well as coaching staff, technical officials, media
representatives and teams technical personnel during the Universiade), trainers’
rooms (to accommodate competition judges), sports equipment maintenance
room (to accommodate servicemen), and auxiliary rooms (to accommodate
technical services of household and sanitary purpose and to be used for storing
any sports gear and equipment for slopes). The complex will be used to conduct
Snowboard competitions and to organise technical maintenance and preparation
of athletes’ sports equipment and outfit.
Total venue area is 3,492,9 sq. m.
Estimated venue completion date is 2017.
1.3. Halfpipe Complex
Dedication: Snowboard and freestyle skiing competitions.
Requirements: Section I, Article 9.8 of the FISU Minimum Requirements for
Winter Universiade of 2019.
Description: In order to meet the requirements above, a Halfpipe complex will
be built and will consist of a flat bottom of the pipe, quarterpipes, copings and
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decks and also corresponding transitions between these elements equipped with
a pipe entry and finish. Maximum capacity of spectators’ free placement is not
regulated for such structures. According to International Ski Federation (FIS)
requirements, all tracks will be equipped with a system of artificial light and
snow generation.
Estimated venue completion date is 2017.
1.4. Piste Complex
Dedication: Snowboard competitions.
Requirements: Section I, Article 9.1 and 9.8 of the FISU Minimum Requirements
for Winter Universiade of 2019.
Description: In order to meet the requirements above, a set of pistes will be built
and equipped with chairlifts for training sessions. Some of the pistes will also have
provisions for such discipline as Slopestyle and different Snowboard disciplines.
Estimated venue completion date is 2014, 2017.
1.5. Administrative and training block “Freestyle”
Dedication: Snowboard and freestyle skiing competitions.
Requirements: Section Н and Section P, Art. 3.5 and 3.7 of the FISU Minimum
Requirements for Winter Universiade of 2019.
Description: In order to meet the requirements above, a building will be
constructed. It will comprise a sports and coaching block of 12 trainers’
rooms (to accommodate judges of the competitions, representatives of sports
delegations, FISU representatives, technical delegations, media representatives),
sports equipment maintenance rooms (to accommodate teams servicemen),
administrative rooms (to accommodate staff of the Complex and teams service
staff), medical block, universal sports hall (for training) and methodical offices
to instruct both judiciary establishment and athletes immediately prior to the
competitions.
Total venue area is 2,163.1 sq. m.
Estimated venue completion date is 2016.
1.6. Snow Park
Dedication: Freestyle skiing and snowboard competitions.
Requirements: Section I, Article 9.8 of the FISU Minimum Requirements for
Winter Universiade of 2019.
Description: In order to meet the requirements above, a complex of tracks for
Parallel Giant Slalom, Moguls and also for Slopestyle, Halfpipe and Ski cross
(Snowboard Cross) will be built. According to International Ski Federation (FIS)
requirements, the tracks will be equipped with a rope way, systems of artificial
light and snow generation.
Estimated venue completion date is 2017.
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1.7. Multi-functional Sports Complex «Raduga»
Dedication: Cross-country skiing and ski orienteering competitions.
Requirements: Section Н, Section I, Article 9.3 of the FISU Minimum Requirements
for Winter Universiade of 2019.
Description: In order to meet the requirements above, a sports complex will be
built. It will have several sports halls of different functionality to train and prepare
athletes prior to the competitions, a swimming pool, administrative rooms (to
accommodate staff of Raduga Complex, as well as coaching staff, technical
delegates, media representatives, FISU delegations, representatives of sports
delegations, medical and teams service staff during the Universiade) and auxiliary
rooms (to accommodate technical services of household and sanitary purpose and
to be used for storing any sports gear and equipment for trails). Within Universiade
purpose, the complex will be used to prepare for cross-country skiing competitions
ski orienteering, for placement of any judicial equipment and technical materials,
for carrying out briefings among judges, participants, volunteers and team
representatives, it will also be used as a warm-up zone.
Total venue area is 37,237.3 sq. m.
Estimated venue completion date is 2017.
1.8. Sports and training block «Lyzhny»
Dedication: Cross-country skiing and ski orienteering competitions.
Requirements: Section I, Article 9.3, Section Н of the FISU Minimum Requirements
for Winter Universiade of 2019.
Description: In order to meet the requirements above, a building will be
constructed. It will have 12 trainers’ rooms (to accommodate judges, teams
representatives, FISU representatives), sports equipment maintenance rooms (to
accommodate team’s servicemen), administrative (to accommodate staff of the
Complex, as well as coaching staff, technical delegates, media representatives
and FISU delegations, representatives of sports delegations, medical and teams
service staff during the Universiade) and medical blocks, universal sports hall
and methodical offices.
Total venue area is 2,059.5 sq. m.
Estimated venue completion date is 2016.
1.9. Start-complex with Ski Stadium, roller ski trails, systems of light and snowgeneration
Dedication: Cross-country skiing and ski orienteering competitions.
Requirements: Section I, Article 9.3 of the FISU Minimum Requirements for
Winter Universiade of 2019.
Description: According to International Ski Federation (FIS) requirements, the
start-complex shall include a Ski Stadium with an organised start and finish of
the roller ski trails, equipped with systems of artificial light and snow generation.
A two-storey Start-complex with a press-centre is provided for organising the
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work of the Jury and judges and for conducting on-the-spot press-conferences
summarizing results of the competitions.
Total venue area is 1,158.0 sq. m.
Estimated venue completion date is 2017.
1.10. Sports and training block «Gorny»
Dedication: Freestyle skiing and snowboard competitions.
Requirements: Section H of the FISU Minimum Requirements for Winter
Universiade of 2019.
Description: Currently Gornyi Complex is designed for accommodation of 14
teams. Every team is to be assigned with a set of premises (a training block)
comprising the following: a trainers’ room, two changing rooms, a room for
storing and drying sports equipment and recreation room to conduct instructions.
There are also 10 offices for administrative staff.
Total venue area is 2,744.9 sq. m.
Estimated venue completion date is 2017.
2.Sports block of the All-season Sports and Leisure Fun Park «Bobrovy Log»
Location: Sverdlovsky District, 96 Sibirskaya St.,
Dedication: Alpine skiing competitions (disciplines: Downhill/ Super Combined,
Super-G, Giant Slalom, Slalom, possibly snowboarding­­competitions).
Requirements: Section I, Articles 9.1 and 9.8, Section H of the FISU Minimum
Requirements for Winter Universiade of 2019.
Description: Fun Park Bobrovy Log was put into operation in 2006. It has 14
pistes of variable difficulty with a total length of 10 km and 350 m elevation.
Eight of the pistes have successfully passed certification which conforms their
compliance to the world standards set by International Ski Federation (FIS). A
throughput in winter is up to 5,000 people.
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In order to meet the requirements above, the following will be built:
A sports and training block which is to consist of 12 trainers’ rooms (to
accommodate judges, coaching staff, team representatives, delegations,
FISU), sports equipment maintenance rooms (to accommodate servicemen),
administrative (to accommodate staff of the complex as well as coaching staff,
technical delegates, media representatives, FISU delegations, representatives
of sports delegations, medical and teams service staff during the Universiade)
and auxiliary rooms (to accommodate technical services of household and
sanitary purpose and to be used for storing any sports gear and equipment
for pistes). According to FISU regulations, the pistes which are to be used for
competitions will be equipped with a modern video broadcasting system.
Total venue area is 2,059.5 sq. m.
Estimated venue completion date is 2017.
3.Tikhie Zori Ice Arena
Location: Sverdlovsky District, Tikhie Zori residential estate
residential micro-district.
Dedication: Figure Skating and Short Track Speed Skating competitions.
Requirements: Section I, Articles 9.5 and 9.7 of the FISU Minimum Requirements
for Winter Universiade 2019.
Description: Ice arena of 60x30m, 10 separate changing rooms for men and
women, rooms for technical delegates, judges, service staff, well-equipped
Reporters’ Gallery. Sitting capacity is 3,500 people.
Total venue area is 22,759.1 sq. m.
Estimated venue completion date is 2017.
4. Ice Arena in Sovetsky District
Location: Sovetsky District,
42 Partizana Zheleznyaka St.
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Dedication: Ice Hockey competitions (men).
Requirements: Section I, Article 9.6, Section H of the FISU Minimum Requirements
for Winter Universiade of 2019.
Description: Section I, Article 9.6, Section H of the FISU Minimum Requirements for
Winter Universiade of 2019.
Description: Ice arena of 60x30m, 10 separate changing rooms for men and women,
rooms for technical delegates, judges, service staff, well-equipped Reporters’ Gallery.
Sitting capacity of the arena is 3,500 people.
Total venue area is 26,539.8 sq. m.
Estimated venue completion date is 2017.
II. Refurbishment
1.Multi-purpose Complex “Academy of Biathlon”
Location: Oktiabrsky District, 37 Biatlonnaya St.
Dedication: Biathlon.
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Dedication: Biathlon competitions.
Requirements: Section Н, Section I, Article 9.2 of the FISU Minimum Requirements
for Winter Universiade of 2019.
Description: The venue was started up in full in 2011. It has a sports complex
with a hotel (87 rooms), shooting area with 30 targets and 12 km of a crosscountry trail system.
Building capacity at any one time is 106 people. In 2013 the complex obtained
a Category B licence of International Biathlon Union, granting the right to hold
international competitions. Apart from modernisation, there is the capital repairs
of the building to be made by 2015.
At the present moment the complex already includes a main building, an
administrative building, a car park (90 cars), an open sports area, roller ski
trails (of 4,207.57 m), spectator stands. To provide an access to the building for
people with disabilities there is a wheelchair ramp system.
According to the set requirements, the complex will be equipped with an artificial
snow generating system, with a lightening system and LED screen extra stands.
Currently the complex comprises a training class, equipment storage and trainers’
rooms, Medical and Convalescent hospital, sports halls to conduct trainings.
There is a set of changing rooms with showers and sanitary arrangements.
The capital repairs necessity is caused by normative period of planned repair and
the need to ensure safety of the venue.
Total venue area is 13,819.0 sq. m.
Estimated venue completion date is 2015.
2.Ice Palace «Arena Sever»
Location: Sovetsky District, 74 Deviatogo Maya St..
Dedication: Women’s ice hockey tournament.
Requirements: Section I, Articles 9.5, Section H of the FISU Minimum Requirements
for Winter Universiade 2019.
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Description: The Palace was built in 2011. It has an ice arena of 60x30 m,
complying with the requirements of International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF)
and a sports game hall. The Palace also has a choreographic hall, multi-purpose
games hall, trampoline hall, alpinism hall with an artificial climbing wall, Media
Centre, cafes/ bars, training classes, massage room, judge and trainers’ rooms.
Capacity - 2500 seats.
Total venue area is 25,472.73 sq. m.
Estimated venue completion date is 2017.
3.Central Stadium
Location: 5 Ostrov Otdikha.
Dedication: The Universiade 2019 Opening and Closing ceremonies.
Requirements: Sections Q, I and H of the FISU Minimum Requirements for Winter
Universiade of 2019.
Description: Currently the complex includes a big sports arena comprising a
heated football field (grass court), grand stands for 25 thousand spectators,
some rooms located under the grand stands and a hotel complex with 105 rooms.
In accordance with the requirements, the engineering constructions of the
stadium will be reinforced, all seats will be replaced, and there will also be some
interior decoration and interior space replanning to satisfy the needs of the
Universiade Ceremonies.
Total venue area is 29,532.0 sq. m.
Estimated venue completion date is 2017.
4.I. S. Yarygin Sports Palace
Location: 12 Ostrov Otdikha.
Dedication: Curling tournament.
Requirements: Section I, Article 9.4, Section H of the FISU Minimum Requirements
for Winter Universiade of 2019.
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Description: The palace was put in operation in 1981.
It hosted numerous World Championships and international tournaments of
Sport Dance and different wrestling sports. Modernisation and installation of
new ice equipment are scheduled.
In accordance with the set requirements all utility systems will be replaced and
modernised, cold supply system will be installed and the capital repairs of all
Palace rooms will be performed. The Sports Palace used to have an ice rink which
could be easily transformed into a pit until 1995. In 1995 the rink was removed
and replaced with parquet work.
Total venue area is 25,636.9 sq. m. Estimated venue completion date is 2017.
III. Capital repairs
1. Ice Palace «Sokol»
Location: Sovetsky District,
22d Metallurgov Ave,
Dedication: Training venue.
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Requirements: Section I, Article 9.6, Article 9.7, Article 9.5, Section H of the FISU
Minimum Requirements for Winter Universiade of 2019.
Description: Construction finished in 2012. The Palace has a full-sized ice rink.
The capacity is up to 200 people. The capital repairs is required to conduct
the Universiade. The building, containing an inside skating rink, consists of
3 functional blocks - a block of ice arena, covered with long-span structures.
Appearance wise, the ice rink is a facility of 66x42m having 61x30m ice hockey
rink. The buildings comprise a training hall of 145 sq. m, methodical office,
administration offices, 9 changing rooms, medical room, etc.
The necessity of the capital repairs is caused by normative period of planned
repair and the need to ensure the venue safety.
Total venue area is 5,742.3 sq. m.
Estimated venue completion date is 2017.
2.Ice Palace «Rassvet»
Location: Oktyabrsky District, 2a Vysotnaya St.
Dedication: Training venue.
Requirements: Section I, Article 9.6, Article 9.7, Article 9.5, Section H of the FISU
Minimum Requirements for Winter Universiade of 2019.
Description: Built in 2013. The Palace has a full-sized ice rink (61x29 m).
The capacity is up to 300 people. The building consists of two blocks: one-storey
block with Arena-skating rink and an adjacent two-storey block of administrative
building. The buildings have an ice rink, a strength training hall, acrobatics hall,
choreography hall, auxiliary rooms and administration offices.
The necessity of the capital repairs is caused by normative period of planned
repair and the need to ensure safety of the venue.
Total venue area is 7,347.4 sq. m.
Estimated venue completion date is 2017.
3.Skating rink «Pervomaisky»
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Location: Leninsky District, 19 Parkovaya St.
Dedication: Training venue.
Requirements: Section I, Article 9.6, Article 9.7, Article, 9.5, Section H of the FISU
Minimum Requirements for Winter Universiade of 2019.
Description: Opened in 2011 and has a full-sized ice rink. Grand stand capacity is
up to 200 people. Requires capital repairs to host the Universiade. Currently the
venue comprises an artificial ice rink of 60х30m, grand stands for spectators of
200 seats, general physical training hall, 2 changing rooms for 25 people each,
trainers’ rooms, sports equipment storage, medical, administrative and technical
rooms, canteen.
The necessity of the capital repairs is caused by normative period of planned
repair and the need to ensure safety of the venue.
Total venue area is 3,596.0 sq. m.
Estimated venue completion date is 2017.
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Universiade Village Venues
Construction
Winter Universiade 2019 Village shall be located in the Siberian Federal University
campus in close proximity to Nikolaevskaya Sopka and the majority of the Alpine
skiing venues. It is planned to complete the existing infrastructure with three
new venues.
Residential Complex “Perya”
Location: Oktyabrsky District, Borisova St.
Requirements: Section A, Section М of the FISU Minimum Requirements for
Winter Universiade 2019.
Description: the residential complex, comprising four 18-storeyed buildings, a
complex of auxilary premises and a sports stadium, will comply with the FISU
Minimum Requirements, namely, it will allow locating more than 1,700 sleeping
accommodations in close proximity to the Universiade Village for volunteers and
support staff. The facility layout is designed to accommodate no more than 3
people in a room.
Residential premises will have bathrooms and a necessary set of stock and
furniture. The venue provides for shops, hairdresser’s saloons, leisure centres
and auxiliary rooms including the technical ones.
Total venue area is 73,110.0 sq. m.
Estimated venue completion date is 2018.
Residential Complex “Universitetsky”
Location: Siberian Federal University campus territory.
Requirements: Section A, Section M of the FISU Minimum Requirements for
Winter Universiade of 2019.
Description: The venue, comprising three 18-storeyed buildings and a complex
of auxilary premises, will comply with the FISU Minimum Requirements,
namely, it will allow locating in the Village territory, inclusive of the existing
residential infrastructure of the university campus, more than 3,000 sleeping
accommodations for athletes and accredited persons. The facility layout is
designed to accommodate no more than 3 people in a room. Residential premises
will have bathrooms and additional necessary services for a comfortable stay.
The venue provides for shops, hairdresser’s saloons, leisure centres, and auxiliary
rooms including the technical ones to ensure activities of the delegations and
service specialists.
Total venue area is 35,283.0 sq. m.
Estimated venue completion date is 2018.
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Siberian Federal University Multi-Functional Centre
Location: Siberian Federal University campus territory.
Requirements: Section M of the FISU Minimum Requirements for Winter
Universiade of 2019.
Description: The Multi-functional centre will comply with the FISU Minimum
Requirements and consist of a sports training block with a food production
facility, gymnastic areas, training and game halls, mobile spectators stands for up
to 200 seats in each one.
One of the halls shall be easily transformed into a dining hall for 700 people
(capacity at any one time is minimum 1/3 of the expected participants number). In
addition, the venue provides for a sports hall for athletes warm up and trainings.
Total venue area is 29,500.0 sq. m.
Estimated venue completion date is 2017.
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Medical Venues
I. Refurbishment
Krasnoyarsk City Clinical Hospital of First Aid
named aster N.S. Karpovich
Location: Oktyabrsky District, 17 Kurchatova St.
Requirements: Section P, Article 3.5 and 3.8 of the FISU Minimum Requirements
for Winter Universiade 2019.
Description: In order to meet the requirements, department of admission and
diagnostics is to be modernised and a surgical facility is to be built. Emergency
operating systems will be equipped with digital navigation, optical imaging and
multimedia technologies.
Upon the completion of modernisation process, the Hospital will provide a full
range of services, including intensive care and injuries treatment.
Total venue area is 15,335.7 sq. m.
Estimated venue completion date is 2017.
Krasnoyarsk Territory Clinical Hospital
(a territorial government-owned publicly funded health care institution)
Location: Sovetsky District,
3, 3a, 3b Partizana Zheleznyaka St.
Requirements: Section P, Articles 3.5 and 3.8 of the FISU Minimum Requirements
for Winter Universiade 2019.
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Description: to meet the requirements a new surgical facility will be built. Its
capacity will amount to 615 surgical and 108 intensive care beds, 28 operating
rooms functioning in 3 shift pattern, where up to 8 open surgeries will be held
daily in every operating room among which 4 surgeries on emergency medical
care with the use of digital navigation systems, optical imaging and multimedia
technologies. Hospital service will include a full range of services, as well as
intensive care and injuries treatment. In addition a new hospital admission will
be built.
Total venue area is 77,954.6 sq. m.
Estimated venue completion date is 2017.
II.Construction
Medical Centre of the Universiade Village
Location: Svobodny Ave, on the territory of SibFU.
Requirements: Section P, Article 3.6, Section M of the FISU Minimum Requirements
for Winter Universiade of 2019.
Description: The medical centre in the Universiade Village will ensure twenty-fourhour primary medical care to the Universiade guests and participants.
It will have an emergency care block, an infection block, traumatology centre, and
a room for roentgen and functional diagnostics. The Centre capacity will be 400
visits per shift.
Total venue area is 9,000 sq. m.
Estimated venue completion date is 2016.
Helicopter decks for ambulance aircraft
Location: Oktyabrsky District, Nikolaevskaya sopka, Fan Park Bobrovy Log, 92
Sibirskaya St.
Requirements: Section P, Article 3.7 of the FISU Minimum Requirements for
Winter Universiade of 2019.
Description: In order to meet the requirements 2 helicopter decks for ambulance
aircraft shall be built within the competition locations (in the premises of both
Fun Park
Bobrovy Log and Winter Sports Academy sports and training centre). This will
ensure achievement of the FISU recommended time of transportation an injured
to a specialized medical care place.
Estimated venue completion date is 2016.
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Construction of Transport
infrastructure Venues
Automobile Road along Dubrovinskogo street,
from the 4th bridge crossing exit and up to Kirenskogo St. in Krasnoyarsk
Requirements: Section C, Article 3 of the FISU Requirements for Winter
Universiade of 2019.
Description: the road will connect the main Winter Universiade 2019 Sports
Venues located in Sverdlovsky District (Alpine skiing complex Bobrovy Log) and
Oktyabrsky District (near Nikolaevskaya Sopka and Winter Sports Academy).
Estimated venue completion date is 2017.
Automobile Road along Volochaevskaya street starting from Dubrovinskogo St.
till Kopylova St
Requirements: Section C, Article 3 of the FISU Requirements for Winter
Universiade of 2019.
Description: The project is the second stage of the project for construction of
the 4th bridge crossing over The Yenisei river. By the end of construction, the
access to the major Universiade sports facilities will be provided in Sverdlovsky
and Oktyabrsky Districts.
Estimated venue completion date is 2017.
Road interchange in Tikhie Zori district
Requirements: Section C, Article 3 of the FISU Minimum Requirements for Winter
Universiade of 2019.
Description: Transport interchange will be constructed at the exit from the 4th
bridge crossing on the right bank of the Yenisei river in order to ensure an access
to the location of one of the main Universiade Venues that is Tikhie Zori Ice
Arena. Estimated venue completion date is 2017.
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Contact
Ministry of Sports of the Russian Federation
Address: 18 Kazakova St. Moscow, 10504
Tel.: 007 (495) 720-53-80
e-mail: [email protected]
Government of the Krasnoyarsk Territory
Address: 110 Mira Ave, Krasnoyarsk, 660009
Tel.: 007 (391) 249-30-40
e-mail: [email protected]
All-Russia Public Organization “Russian Students Sport Union”.
Address: Offices. 203, 296; 8 Luzhnetskaya emb., Moscow, 119270
Tel.: 007 (499) 245-17-94
e-mail: [email protected]
Ministry of Sports of the Krasnoyarsk Territory
Address: 3 Krasnoi Armii str., Krasnoyarsk, 660017
Tel.: 007 (391) 211-46-80
Fax: 007 (391) 211-46-37
e-mail: [email protected]
Ministry of Construction, Housing and Utility of the Krasnoyarsk Territory
Address: 14 Zavodskaya str., Krasnoyarsk, 660075
Tel.: 007 (391) 211-05-39
Fax: 007 (391) 211-08-97
Autonomous Nonprofit Organization “Executive Directorate
of the 29th Winter Universiade 2019 in Krasnoyarsk”
Address: Bld. 1, 19, Mira av., Krasnoyarsk, 660049
Tel.: 007 (391) 291-80-80
e-mail: [email protected]
Siberian Federal University
Address: 79, Svobodny Ave, Krasnoyarsk, 660041
Tel/fax: 007 (391) 244-86-25
e-mail : [email protected]
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/universiada2019
Twitter: https://twitter.com/Universiade2019
VK: http://vk.com/krsk2019universiade
Instagram: http://instagram.com/krasnoyarsk2019universiade
YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXCD6Bxsxc_Ly2sVwgNO5hQ
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“Arena Sever”
Ice Arena
6
Krasnoyarsk Territory
Clinical Hospital
10
“Rassvet” Ice Palace
Krasnoyarsk City Clinical
Hospital of First Aid
named aſter N.S. Karpovich
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14
Winter Sports Academy
1
20
Multi-Functional Centre
7
5
Medical Centre of
the Universiade Village
16
13
“Universitetskyi”
Residential Complex
8
12
15
Academy of Biathlon
Sports Palace named
aſter I.S. Yarygin
“Perya”
Residential Complex
17
3
“Tikhie Zori” Ice Arena
for 3,500 seats
2
Sports block of the
All-season Sports and Leisure
Fun Park "Bobrovy Log"
Central Stadium
of Krasnoyarsk
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“Sokol” Ice Palace
9
4
Ice Arena in Partizana
Zheleznyaka Street
for 3,500 seats
11
“Pervomayskyi”
Covered Skating Rink
SPORTS VENUES
1 Winter Sports Academy
1.1. “Sopka” Multi-Functional Sports Complex
1.2. “Snezhnyi” Multi-Functional Complex
1.3. Half-Pipe Complex
1.4. Ski Trails of the Snow Park
1.5. “Freestyle” Multi-Functional Complex
1.6. Freestyle Trails of the Snow Park
1.7. “Rainbow” Multi-Functional Sports Complex
1.8. “Lyzhnyi” Multi-Functional Complex
1.9. Ski Stadium with roller ski trails, lighting system
and snow-generation system
1.10. “Gornyi” Multi-Functional Complex
2 All-season Sports and Leisure Fun Park "Bobrovy Log"
3 “Tikhie Zori” Ice Arena for 3,500 seats
4 Ice Arena in Partizana Zheleznyaka Street for 3,500 seats
5 Academy of Biathlon
6 “Arena Sever” Ice Arena
7 Central Stadium of Krasnoyarsk
8 Sports Palace named aſter I.S. Yarygin
9 “Sokol” Ice Palace
10 “Rassvet” Ice Palace
11 “Pervomayskyi” Covered Skating Rink
UNIVERSIADE VILLAGE VENUES
12 “Perya” Residential Complex
13 “Universitetskyi” Residential Complex
14 Multi-Functional Centre (Accreditation centre,
Press-centre and the dining facility of the Village)
TRANSPORTATION INFRASTRUCTURE
15 Automobile Road along Dubrovinskogo street
16 Automobile Road along Volochaevskaya street
17 Road interchange in the Tikhie Zori district
MEDICAL VENUES
18 Krasnoyarsk Territory Clinical Hospital
19 Krasnoyarsk City Clinical Hospital of First Aid
named aſter N.S. Karpovich
20 Medical Centre of the Universiade Village
Helicopter decks:
– in Winter Sports Academy;
– in Bobrovyi Log Alpine Ski Complex.
– automobile roads
– Ice Hockey
– Ski Orienteering
– Curling
– Cross-Country Skiing
– Figure Skating
– Freestyle
– Short Track Speed Skating
– Snowboarding
– Biathlon
– Alpine Skiing
– Ceremony of Opening / Closing
– Training Venues
ОФИЦИАЛЬНАЯ ПРОДУКЦИЯ ЗИМНЕЙ УНИВЕРСИАДЫ 2019 В Г. КРАСНОЯРСКЕ
OFFICIAL PRODUCTOF KRASNOYARSK 2019 WINTER UNIVERSIADE
www.krsk2019.ru