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The 2024 FISU World Academic Championships roster has been unveiled

The 2024 FISU World Academic Championships roster has been unveiled

May 16, 2023 | at the FISU World Academic Championships

The 2024 FISU World Academic Championships roster has been unveiled

Delegates from the FISU World Championship Organizing Committees recently met at FISU Headquarters in Lausanne to exchange plans and strategies ahead of the 2024 FISU World Academic Championships season.

During the 3-day seminar, in the presence of Marian Dymalski, President of the FISU International Technical Committee, the Organizing Committees successively presented their event, the level of its preparation and the schedule of the competition.

Each presenter also provided detailed explanations of the venues, installations and equipment to be used, as well as the cultural activities and heritage associated with their championships.

Juan-Martin Delgado, FISU Sports Director, and his team provided guidance and suggestions to the delegates, who also enjoyed the presentation by Julia Pinggera and Gernot Huphauf, member of the Organizing Committee of the 2022 FISU World Championships in Sport Climbing in Innsbruck, one of the best organized FISU Championships last year .

The variety of projects presented also allowed for interesting discussions on the importance of volunteers, the role of universities, the need for greater sustainable development and media support in organizing such global events.

So far, 19 championships are planned for 2024 – 11 in Europe, 3 in Asia, 3 in the Americas and 2 in Africa. The season will start on January 12, 2024 with the FISU World Ski Orienteering Championships in Lenzerheide (SUI).

Championships in 2024:

Ski orienteering – January 12 in Lenzerheide (SUI)

Cross Country – February 17-18 in Muscat (OMA)

Speed ??skating – February 22-25 in Hamar (NOR)

Finswimming – April 26-27 in Manizales (COL)

Cycling – May 29 – June 2 in Cartago (CRC)

Sailing – June 6-10 in Desenzano del Garda (ITA)

Futsal – June 10-16 in Shanghai (CHN)

Mind Sports – June 25-30 in Kampala (UGA)

Squash – July 1-7 in Johannesburg (South Africa)

Rowing – July 4-6 in Rotterdam (NED)

Powerlifting – July 23-27 in Tartu (EST)

Orienteering – August 1-5 in Bansko (BUL)

Cheerleading – August 2-4 in Split (CRO)

Golf – August 27-30 in Kuortane-Seinäjoki (FIN)

Triathlon – 30-31 in Gdansk (POL)

Sport Climbing – September 5-8 in Koper (SLO)

Shooting Sport – November 9-13 in New Delhi (India)

Modern Pentathlon – June (dates to be determined) in Kaunas (LTU)

Beach Volleyball – September (dates to be determined) in Maceió (BRA)

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