2013 World University Games
Courtesy of: FISU
KAZAN, Russia, July 1. FISU, the governing body of international university sport, will launch Live Streaming programme at the upcoming 27th Summer Universiade in Kazan (July 6th to 17th) at www.livefisu.tv.

The Universiades, Winter & Summer, are held every two years. Gathering student-athletes aged 17-28, Universiades are second only to the Olympic Games in terms of number of participating athletes and countries represented. In Kazan, more than 10,000 student-athletes from more than 160 countries will compete in 27 sports.

Starting with the Opening Ceremony of the 27th Summer Universiade in Kazan, Russia on July 6th, to the Closing Ceremony of the Games on July 17th, more than 200 hours of live streaming and Video-on-Demand (VoD) content will be available on www.livefisu.tv, showing a selection of live events and highlights from the majority of the 27 sports in the programme.


The selection will include athletics, basketball, volleyball, football, aquatics (swimming, diving, water polo), gymnastics (artistic & rhythmic), judo, wrestling, sambo, boxing, canoe sprint, rugby, weightlifting, rowing, and beach volleyball.

FISU continues its partnership with PERFORM, one of the biggest players in the field of live streaming.

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