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Универсиада 2017

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28 january
12:30
Ice Hockey
М
Ice Hockey
Halyk Arena

Ice Hockey

First ice hockey rules were formulated by the students of McGill University in Montreal, Canada. 1885 saw the foundation of Amateur Hockey Association in the same city. The first international match between two teams from Canada and England was organized a year later. Soon there was built the first indoor hockey stadium with an artificial ice rink.

Ice rink competitions were included for the first time in the Winter Universiade program in 1962 in Vilars, Switzerland. Four men teams took part in that competition. In 2009, during the XXIV Winter Universiade in Harbin, China the program included women competition with teams representing six countries.

Competition Format:

  • Men’s tournament (12 teams max)
  • Women’s tournament (8 teams max)

Sport Venue:

Men: Halyk Arena

Women: “Baluan Sholak” ice hockey arena

16:00
Ice Hockey
М
Ice Hockey
Halyk Arena

Ice Hockey

First ice hockey rules were formulated by the students of McGill University in Montreal, Canada. 1885 saw the foundation of Amateur Hockey Association in the same city. The first international match between two teams from Canada and England was organized a year later. Soon there was built the first indoor hockey stadium with an artificial ice rink.

Ice rink competitions were included for the first time in the Winter Universiade program in 1962 in Vilars, Switzerland. Four men teams took part in that competition. In 2009, during the XXIV Winter Universiade in Harbin, China the program included women competition with teams representing six countries.

Competition Format:

  • Men’s tournament (12 teams max)
  • Women’s tournament (8 teams max)

Sport Venue:

Men: Halyk Arena

Women: “Baluan Sholak” ice hockey arena

16:30
Ice Hockey
Ж
Ice Hockey
"Baluan Sholak" Ice Hockey Arena Main Arena

Ice Hockey

First ice hockey rules were formulated by the students of McGill University in Montreal, Canada. 1885 saw the foundation of Amateur Hockey Association in the same city. The first international match between two teams from Canada and England was organized a year later. Soon there was built the first indoor hockey stadium with an artificial ice rink.

Ice rink competitions were included for the first time in the Winter Universiade program in 1962 in Vilars, Switzerland. Four men teams took part in that competition. In 2009, during the XXIV Winter Universiade in Harbin, China the program included women competition with teams representing six countries.

Competition Format:

  • Men’s tournament (12 teams max)
  • Women’s tournament (8 teams max)

Sport Venue:

Men: Halyk Arena

Women: “Baluan Sholak” ice hockey arena

19:30
Ice Hockey
М
Ice Hockey
Halyk Arena

Ice Hockey

First ice hockey rules were formulated by the students of McGill University in Montreal, Canada. 1885 saw the foundation of Amateur Hockey Association in the same city. The first international match between two teams from Canada and England was organized a year later. Soon there was built the first indoor hockey stadium with an artificial ice rink.

Ice rink competitions were included for the first time in the Winter Universiade program in 1962 in Vilars, Switzerland. Four men teams took part in that competition. In 2009, during the XXIV Winter Universiade in Harbin, China the program included women competition with teams representing six countries.

Competition Format:

  • Men’s tournament (12 teams max)
  • Women’s tournament (8 teams max)

Sport Venue:

Men: Halyk Arena

Women: “Baluan Sholak” ice hockey arena

20:00
Ice Hockey
Ж
Ice Hockey
"Baluan Sholak" Ice Hockey Arena Main Arena

Ice Hockey

First ice hockey rules were formulated by the students of McGill University in Montreal, Canada. 1885 saw the foundation of Amateur Hockey Association in the same city. The first international match between two teams from Canada and England was organized a year later. Soon there was built the first indoor hockey stadium with an artificial ice rink.

Ice rink competitions were included for the first time in the Winter Universiade program in 1962 in Vilars, Switzerland. Four men teams took part in that competition. In 2009, during the XXIV Winter Universiade in Harbin, China the program included women competition with teams representing six countries.

Competition Format:

  • Men’s tournament (12 teams max)
  • Women’s tournament (8 teams max)

Sport Venue:

Men: Halyk Arena

Women: “Baluan Sholak” ice hockey arena

29 january
12:30
Ice Hockey
Ж
Ice Hockey
"Baluan Sholak" Ice Hockey Arena Main Arena

Ice Hockey

First ice hockey rules were formulated by the students of McGill University in Montreal, Canada. 1885 saw the foundation of Amateur Hockey Association in the same city. The first international match between two teams from Canada and England was organized a year later. Soon there was built the first indoor hockey stadium with an artificial ice rink.

Ice rink competitions were included for the first time in the Winter Universiade program in 1962 in Vilars, Switzerland. Four men teams took part in that competition. In 2009, during the XXIV Winter Universiade in Harbin, China the program included women competition with teams representing six countries.

Competition Format:

  • Men’s tournament (12 teams max)
  • Women’s tournament (8 teams max)

Sport Venue:

Men: Halyk Arena

Women: “Baluan Sholak” ice hockey arena

30 january
09:00
Curling
Общие
Curling
Almaty Arena (Small Arena)

Curling

Curling originated in XVI century in Scotland. In XIX century there already were a few different versions of curling: Scottish, German, and Swiss.

Kilsyth Curling Club claims to be the first club in the world, having been formally constituted in 1716. The first worldwide curling men championship was held in 1959 in Edinburgh, the first women championship – in 1979. Curling was included in the Olympic program in 1998 during the Nagano Winter Olympic games. Curling was included into Winter Universiade program as an additional discipline in 2003 in Tarvisio, Italy.

Competition Format:

  • Men’s tournament (10 teams max)
  • Women’s tournament (10 teams max)

Sport Venue:

Almaty Arena

09:00

Snowboard

Snowboard became a Winter Olympic Sport in 1998. Besides Olympic version there are other styles, for example freeriding (performed on un-groomed terrain) or jibbing (performing tricks and sliding).

Snowboard is considered among the youngest disciplines included into the Universiade program. During the 1995 XVII Winter Universiade in Spain it was included  into the competitive program for the first time. First competition united 29 contestants from 10 countries. Since then, snowboard became one of the main disciplines with a growing number of contestants. Snowboard competitions were included into the winter Universiade program 8 times since 1995. Competitions include several disciplines: parallel giant slalom, parallel slalom, slope style, and big air. Some of these disciplines are included into the official list of Olympic disciplines.

Competition Format:

  • Men: Snowboard Cross (SBX), Parallel Giant Slalom (PGS), Parallel Slalom (PSL), Big Air (BA), Slope Style (SBS)
  • Women: Snowboard Cross (SBX), Parallel Giant Slalom (PGS), Parallel Slalom (PSL), Big Air (BA), Slope Style (SBS)

Sport Venue:

“Shymbulak” Ski Resort and “Tabagan” Ski Resort

10:30

Alpline skiing

Alpine skiing combines several sports disciplines, comprising slalom, giant slalom, super giant slalom, downhill, as well as combined, which includes slalom and downhill.

The first international Alpine skiing competitions were held in 1911 in Montana. International Ski Federation (FIS) is responsible for the development of Alpine skiing. In 1931, Alpine skiing technical committee was established. In the same year, the first World Cup was held in Mürren, Switzerland.

Competition Format:

  • Men: Alpine Combined (AC), Super G (SG), Giant slalom (GS), Slalom (SL)
  • Women: Alpine Combined (AC), Super G (SG), Giant slalom (GS), Slalom (SL)
  • Parallel Nations Team Event

Sport Venue:

“Shymbulak” Ski Resort

11:00
Cross-country skiing
Медали Общие
Cross-country skiing
"Alatau" Cross-Country Skiing and Biathlon Complex

Cross-country skiing

Cross-country skiing encompasses skiing race contests on a specially prepared track.

In 1767, the first official championship of ski racers was held on the territory of modern Norway. Swedes and Finns followed Norwegians’ example. In the late XIX – early XX centuries national skiing clubs appeared in many countries.

Since 1924, cross-country skiing is an official Olympic sport. International Ski Federation (FIS) was established in the same year. The first World Cup in the history of cross-country skiing was held in 1925 in Czechoslovakia. FIS is responsible for the development of cross-country skiing, as well as ski jumping, alpine skiing, Nordic combined, freestyle skiing and snowboarding.

Competition Format:

  • Men:1,6 km Sprint (C); 10 km Individual (C); 10 km Pursuit  (F); 30 km Mass start (C); Relay 4×7,5 km (CCFF)
  • Women:1,2 km Sprint (C); 5 km Individual (C); 5 km Pursuit  (F); 15 km Mass start race  (C); Relay 3×5 km (CFF)
  • Mixed Team Sprint (F) 1W + 1M 1,2 km

Sport Venue:

“Alatau” Cross Country Stadium

11:30

Freestyle skiing

Freestyle skiing is a skiing discipline comprising aerials, moguls, ski cross, half-pipe and slope style as a part of the winter Olympics. The first freestyle skiing competitions were held in 1966 in USA. The first World Cup took place in 1978, eight years later Tignes, France held the first FIS Freestyle World Ski Championships.

Competition Format:

  • Men: Ski Cross (SX), Moguls (MO), Dual Moguls (DM), Ski Aerials (AE), Mixed Team Aerials
  • Women: Ski Cross (SX), Moguls (MO), Dual Moguls (DM), Ski Aerials (AE), Mixed Team Aerials

Sport Venue:

“Shymbulak” Ski Resort and “Tabagan Ski Resort

12:30
Ice Hockey
М
Ice Hockey
Halyk Arena

Ice Hockey

First ice hockey rules were formulated by the students of McGill University in Montreal, Canada. 1885 saw the foundation of Amateur Hockey Association in the same city. The first international match between two teams from Canada and England was organized a year later. Soon there was built the first indoor hockey stadium with an artificial ice rink.

Ice rink competitions were included for the first time in the Winter Universiade program in 1962 in Vilars, Switzerland. Four men teams took part in that competition. In 2009, during the XXIV Winter Universiade in Harbin, China the program included women competition with teams representing six countries.

Competition Format:

  • Men’s tournament (12 teams max)
  • Women’s tournament (8 teams max)

Sport Venue:

Men: Halyk Arena

Women: “Baluan Sholak” ice hockey arena

16:00
Ice Hockey
М
Ice Hockey
Halyk Arena

Ice Hockey

First ice hockey rules were formulated by the students of McGill University in Montreal, Canada. 1885 saw the foundation of Amateur Hockey Association in the same city. The first international match between two teams from Canada and England was organized a year later. Soon there was built the first indoor hockey stadium with an artificial ice rink.

Ice rink competitions were included for the first time in the Winter Universiade program in 1962 in Vilars, Switzerland. Four men teams took part in that competition. In 2009, during the XXIV Winter Universiade in Harbin, China the program included women competition with teams representing six countries.

Competition Format:

  • Men’s tournament (12 teams max)
  • Women’s tournament (8 teams max)

Sport Venue:

Men: Halyk Arena

Women: “Baluan Sholak” ice hockey arena

19:30
Ice Hockey
М
Ice Hockey
Halyk Arena

Ice Hockey

First ice hockey rules were formulated by the students of McGill University in Montreal, Canada. 1885 saw the foundation of Amateur Hockey Association in the same city. The first international match between two teams from Canada and England was organized a year later. Soon there was built the first indoor hockey stadium with an artificial ice rink.

Ice rink competitions were included for the first time in the Winter Universiade program in 1962 in Vilars, Switzerland. Four men teams took part in that competition. In 2009, during the XXIV Winter Universiade in Harbin, China the program included women competition with teams representing six countries.

Competition Format:

  • Men’s tournament (12 teams max)
  • Women’s tournament (8 teams max)

Sport Venue:

Men: Halyk Arena

Women: “Baluan Sholak” ice hockey arena

20:00
Ice Hockey
Ж
Ice Hockey
"Baluan Sholak" Ice Hockey Arena Main Arena

Ice Hockey

First ice hockey rules were formulated by the students of McGill University in Montreal, Canada. 1885 saw the foundation of Amateur Hockey Association in the same city. The first international match between two teams from Canada and England was organized a year later. Soon there was built the first indoor hockey stadium with an artificial ice rink.

Ice rink competitions were included for the first time in the Winter Universiade program in 1962 in Vilars, Switzerland. Four men teams took part in that competition. In 2009, during the XXIV Winter Universiade in Harbin, China the program included women competition with teams representing six countries.

Competition Format:

  • Men’s tournament (12 teams max)
  • Women’s tournament (8 teams max)

Sport Venue:

Men: Halyk Arena

Women: “Baluan Sholak” ice hockey arena

31 january
09:00

Snowboard

Snowboard became a Winter Olympic Sport in 1998. Besides Olympic version there are other styles, for example freeriding (performed on un-groomed terrain) or jibbing (performing tricks and sliding).

Snowboard is considered among the youngest disciplines included into the Universiade program. During the 1995 XVII Winter Universiade in Spain it was included  into the competitive program for the first time. First competition united 29 contestants from 10 countries. Since then, snowboard became one of the main disciplines with a growing number of contestants. Snowboard competitions were included into the winter Universiade program 8 times since 1995. Competitions include several disciplines: parallel giant slalom, parallel slalom, slope style, and big air. Some of these disciplines are included into the official list of Olympic disciplines.

Competition Format:

  • Men: Snowboard Cross (SBX), Parallel Giant Slalom (PGS), Parallel Slalom (PSL), Big Air (BA), Slope Style (SBS)
  • Women: Snowboard Cross (SBX), Parallel Giant Slalom (PGS), Parallel Slalom (PSL), Big Air (BA), Slope Style (SBS)

Sport Venue:

“Shymbulak” Ski Resort and “Tabagan” Ski Resort

10:00
Alpine skiing
Ж Медали
Alpine skiing
Shymbulak

Alpline skiing

Alpine skiing combines several sports disciplines, comprising slalom, giant slalom, super giant slalom, downhill, as well as combined, which includes slalom and downhill.

The first international Alpine skiing competitions were held in 1911 in Montana. International Ski Federation (FIS) is responsible for the development of Alpine skiing. In 1931, Alpine skiing technical committee was established. In the same year, the first World Cup was held in Mürren, Switzerland.

Competition Format:

  • Men: Alpine Combined (AC), Super G (SG), Giant slalom (GS), Slalom (SL)
  • Women: Alpine Combined (AC), Super G (SG), Giant slalom (GS), Slalom (SL)
  • Parallel Nations Team Event

Sport Venue:

“Shymbulak” Ski Resort

10:30
Biathlon / Cross-country skiing
Медали Общие
Biathlon / Cross-country skiing
"Alatau" Cross-Country Skiing and Biathlon Complex

Biathlon

Biathlon is a type of Olympic sport that combines cross-country skiing and rifle shooting. Since 1993, all official international biathlon competitions are held under the auspices of the International Biathlon Union (IBU).

For the first time contests reminiscent of a modern biathlon were included in major international competitions in 1924 during the first Winter Olympic Games in Charmonix, France. Their original name was “military patrol contests”. As demonstration contests, military patrol competitions were later presented during the Winter Olympic Games in 1928, 1936 and 1948.

Competition Format:

  • Men: Individual 20 km; Sprint 10 km; Pursuit 12.5 km; Mass-start 15 km;
  • Women: Individual 15 km; Sprint 7.5 km; Pursuit 10 km; Mass-start 12.5 km.
  • Mixed Relay 2×6 km (W) + 2×7.5 km (M)

Sport Venue:

“Alatau” Biathlon Stadium

11:00
Speed Skating
Медали Общие
Speed Skating
"MEDEU" High Mountain Ice Rink

Speed skating

The first speed skating club was opened in 1604 in Edinburgh, Scotland. The first international friendly match between UK and USA took place in 1763. The first speed skating rules were formulated in 1772 in England.

Speed skating has been featured as a sport in the Winter Olympics since the first winter games in 1924. Women’s events were added to the Olympic program for the first time in 1960. Competition included four events: on 500, 1000, 1500, 5000, and 10000 meters as well as all-round competition.

Competition Format:

  • Men: 500 m, 1000 m, 1500 m, 5000 m, 10000 m, Team pursuit, Mass start
  • Women: 500 m, 1000 m, 1500 m, 3000 m, 5000 m, Team pursuit, Mass start

Sport Venue:

“Medeu” high mountain ice rink

11:00
Nordic combined
Общие
Nordic combined
"SUNKAR" Ski Jumping Complex

Nordic combined

Nordic combined is a winter sport in which athletes compete in ski-jumping and cross-country skiing. It is included into Olympic program since 1924.

In recent years, the traditional Nordic combined program has undergone significant changes. Currently, the competition includes two individual events; ski jumping from normal (K-95) or large (K-125) hill followed by ten-kilometer cross-country race on the same day. Both disciplines are governed by common rules with minor additions: individual Gundersen and Gundersen team event on 4×5 distance.

In the team event, teams consist of four athletes who have one competition jump each. The total score of all four athletes determines the time disadvantages for the start of the ensuing 5 kilometer cross-country race.

Competition Format:

  • Individual Gundersen

Jump – K 95 (NH) + 10 km CC

  • Team Gundersen

2 Jump – K 95 (NH) + 3×5 km CC

  • Mass Start Race

10 km CC + Jump – K 95 (NH)

Venue:

“Sunkar” International Ski Jumping Complex

“Alatau” Cross Country Skiing and Biathlon Stadium

11:30

Freestyle skiing

Freestyle skiing is a skiing discipline comprising aerials, moguls, ski cross, half-pipe and slope style as a part of the winter Olympics. The first freestyle skiing competitions were held in 1966 in USA. The first World Cup took place in 1978, eight years later Tignes, France held the first FIS Freestyle World Ski Championships.

Competition Format:

  • Men: Ski Cross (SX), Moguls (MO), Dual Moguls (DM), Ski Aerials (AE), Mixed Team Aerials
  • Women: Ski Cross (SX), Moguls (MO), Dual Moguls (DM), Ski Aerials (AE), Mixed Team Aerials

Sport Venue:

“Shymbulak” Ski Resort and “Tabagan Ski Resort

12:30
Ice Hockey
М
Ice Hockey
Halyk Arena

Ice Hockey

First ice hockey rules were formulated by the students of McGill University in Montreal, Canada. 1885 saw the foundation of Amateur Hockey Association in the same city. The first international match between two teams from Canada and England was organized a year later. Soon there was built the first indoor hockey stadium with an artificial ice rink.

Ice rink competitions were included for the first time in the Winter Universiade program in 1962 in Vilars, Switzerland. Four men teams took part in that competition. In 2009, during the XXIV Winter Universiade in Harbin, China the program included women competition with teams representing six countries.

Competition Format:

  • Men’s tournament (12 teams max)
  • Women’s tournament (8 teams max)

Sport Venue:

Men: Halyk Arena

Women: “Baluan Sholak” ice hockey arena

16:00
Ice Hockey
М
Ice Hockey
Halyk Arena

Ice Hockey

First ice hockey rules were formulated by the students of McGill University in Montreal, Canada. 1885 saw the foundation of Amateur Hockey Association in the same city. The first international match between two teams from Canada and England was organized a year later. Soon there was built the first indoor hockey stadium with an artificial ice rink.

Ice rink competitions were included for the first time in the Winter Universiade program in 1962 in Vilars, Switzerland. Four men teams took part in that competition. In 2009, during the XXIV Winter Universiade in Harbin, China the program included women competition with teams representing six countries.

Competition Format:

  • Men’s tournament (12 teams max)
  • Women’s tournament (8 teams max)

Sport Venue:

Men: Halyk Arena

Women: “Baluan Sholak” ice hockey arena

19:30
Ice Hockey
М
Ice Hockey
Halyk Arena

Ice Hockey

First ice hockey rules were formulated by the students of McGill University in Montreal, Canada. 1885 saw the foundation of Amateur Hockey Association in the same city. The first international match between two teams from Canada and England was organized a year later. Soon there was built the first indoor hockey stadium with an artificial ice rink.

Ice rink competitions were included for the first time in the Winter Universiade program in 1962 in Vilars, Switzerland. Four men teams took part in that competition. In 2009, during the XXIV Winter Universiade in Harbin, China the program included women competition with teams representing six countries.

Competition Format:

  • Men’s tournament (12 teams max)
  • Women’s tournament (8 teams max)

Sport Venue:

Men: Halyk Arena

Women: “Baluan Sholak” ice hockey arena

20:00
Ice Hockey
Ж
Ice Hockey
"Baluan Sholak" Ice Hockey Arena Main Arena
Ice Hockey First ice hockey rules were formulated by the students of McGill University in Montreal, Canada. 1885 saw the foundation of Amateur Hockey Association in the same city. The first international match between two teams from Canada and England was organized a year later. Soon there was built the first indoor hockey stadium with an artificial ice rink. Ice rink competitions were included for the first time in the Winter Universiade program in 1962 in Vilars, Switzerland. Four men teams took part in that competition. In 2009, during the XXIV Winter Universiade in Harbin, China the program included women competition with teams representing six countries. Competition Format: Men’s tournament (12 teams max) Women’s tournament (8 teams max) Sport Venue: Men: Halyk Arena Women: “Baluan Sholak” ice hockey arena
1 february
10:00
Alpine skiing
М Медали
Alpine skiing
Shymbulak

Alpline skiing

Alpine skiing combines several sports disciplines, comprising slalom, giant slalom, super giant slalom, downhill, as well as combined, which includes slalom and downhill.

The first international Alpine skiing competitions were held in 1911 in Montana. International Ski Federation (FIS) is responsible for the development of Alpine skiing. In 1931, Alpine skiing technical committee was established. In the same year, the first World Cup was held in Mürren, Switzerland.

Competition Format:

  • Men: Alpine Combined (AC), Super G (SG), Giant slalom (GS), Slalom (SL)
  • Women: Alpine Combined (AC), Super G (SG), Giant slalom (GS), Slalom (SL)
  • Parallel Nations Team Event

Sport Venue:

“Shymbulak” Ski Resort

10:00
Snowboard
Общие
Snowboard
Shymbulak

Snowboard

Snowboard became a Winter Olympic Sport in 1998. Besides Olympic version there are other styles, for example freeriding (performed on un-groomed terrain) or jibbing (performing tricks and sliding).

Snowboard is considered among the youngest disciplines included into the Universiade program. During the 1995 XVII Winter Universiade in Spain it was included  into the competitive program for the first time. First competition united 29 contestants from 10 countries. Since then, snowboard became one of the main disciplines with a growing number of contestants. Snowboard competitions were included into the winter Universiade program 8 times since 1995. Competitions include several disciplines: parallel giant slalom, parallel slalom, slope style, and big air. Some of these disciplines are included into the official list of Olympic disciplines.

Competition Format:

  • Men: Snowboard Cross (SBX), Parallel Giant Slalom (PGS), Parallel Slalom (PSL), Big Air (BA), Slope Style (SBS)
  • Women: Snowboard Cross (SBX), Parallel Giant Slalom (PGS), Parallel Slalom (PSL), Big Air (BA), Slope Style (SBS)

Sport Venue:

“Shymbulak” Ski Resort and “Tabagan” Ski Resort

11:00
Speed Skating
Медали Общие
Speed Skating
"MEDEU" High Mountain Ice Rink

Speed skating

The first speed skating club was opened in 1604 in Edinburgh, Scotland. The first international friendly match between UK and USA took place in 1763. The first speed skating rules were formulated in 1772 in England.

Speed skating has been featured as a sport in the Winter Olympics since the first winter games in 1924. Women’s events were added to the Olympic program for the first time in 1960. Competition included four events: on 500, 1000, 1500, 5000, and 10000 meters as well as all-round competition.

Competition Format:

  • Men: 500 m, 1000 m, 1500 m, 5000 m, 10000 m, Team pursuit, Mass start
  • Women: 500 m, 1000 m, 1500 m, 3000 m, 5000 m, Team pursuit, Mass start

Sport Venue:

“Medeu” high mountain ice rink

12:30
Ice Hockey
М
Ice Hockey
Halyk Arena

Ice Hockey

First ice hockey rules were formulated by the students of McGill University in Montreal, Canada. 1885 saw the foundation of Amateur Hockey Association in the same city. The first international match between two teams from Canada and England was organized a year later. Soon there was built the first indoor hockey stadium with an artificial ice rink.

Ice rink competitions were included for the first time in the Winter Universiade program in 1962 in Vilars, Switzerland. Four men teams took part in that competition. In 2009, during the XXIV Winter Universiade in Harbin, China the program included women competition with teams representing six countries.

Competition Format:

  • Men’s tournament (12 teams max)
  • Women’s tournament (8 teams max)

Sport Venue:

Men: Halyk Arena

Women: “Baluan Sholak” ice hockey arena

16:00
Ice Hockey
М Ж
Ice Hockey
Halyk Arena

Ice Hockey

First ice hockey rules were formulated by the students of McGill University in Montreal, Canada. 1885 saw the foundation of Amateur Hockey Association in the same city. The first international match between two teams from Canada and England was organized a year later. Soon there was built the first indoor hockey stadium with an artificial ice rink.

Ice rink competitions were included for the first time in the Winter Universiade program in 1962 in Vilars, Switzerland. Four men teams took part in that competition. In 2009, during the XXIV Winter Universiade in Harbin, China the program included women competition with teams representing six countries.

Competition Format:

  • Men’s tournament (12 teams max)
  • Women’s tournament (8 teams max)

Sport Venue:

Men: Halyk Arena

Women: “Baluan Sholak” ice hockey arena

16:30
Ice Hockey
Ж
Ice Hockey
"Baluan Sholak" Ice Hockey Arena Main Arena

Ice Hockey

First ice hockey rules were formulated by the students of McGill University in Montreal, Canada. 1885 saw the foundation of Amateur Hockey Association in the same city. The first international match between two teams from Canada and England was organized a year later. Soon there was built the first indoor hockey stadium with an artificial ice rink.

Ice rink competitions were included for the first time in the Winter Universiade program in 1962 in Vilars, Switzerland. Four men teams took part in that competition. In 2009, during the XXIV Winter Universiade in Harbin, China the program included women competition with teams representing six countries.

Competition Format:

  • Men’s tournament (12 teams max)
  • Women’s tournament (8 teams max)

Sport Venue:

Men: Halyk Arena

Women: “Baluan Sholak” ice hockey arena

19:30
Ice Hockey
М
Ice Hockey
Halyk Arena

Ice Hockey

First ice hockey rules were formulated by the students of McGill University in Montreal, Canada. 1885 saw the foundation of Amateur Hockey Association in the same city. The first international match between two teams from Canada and England was organized a year later. Soon there was built the first indoor hockey stadium with an artificial ice rink.

Ice rink competitions were included for the first time in the Winter Universiade program in 1962 in Vilars, Switzerland. Four men teams took part in that competition. In 2009, during the XXIV Winter Universiade in Harbin, China the program included women competition with teams representing six countries.

Competition Format:

  • Men’s tournament (12 teams max)
  • Women’s tournament (8 teams max)

Sport Venue:

Men: Halyk Arena

Women: “Baluan Sholak” ice hockey arena

20:00
Ice Hockey
Ж
Ice Hockey
"Baluan Sholak" Ice Hockey Arena Main Arena

Ice Hockey

First ice hockey rules were formulated by the students of McGill University in Montreal, Canada. 1885 saw the foundation of Amateur Hockey Association in the same city. The first international match between two teams from Canada and England was organized a year later. Soon there was built the first indoor hockey stadium with an artificial ice rink.

Ice rink competitions were included for the first time in the Winter Universiade program in 1962 in Vilars, Switzerland. Four men teams took part in that competition. In 2009, during the XXIV Winter Universiade in Harbin, China the program included women competition with teams representing six countries.

Competition Format:

  • Men’s tournament (12 teams max)
  • Women’s tournament (8 teams max)

Sport Venue:

Men: Halyk Arena

Women: “Baluan Sholak” ice hockey arena

14:30
Figure skating
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Figure skating
Almaty Arena (Main Arena)

Figure skating

Figure skating emerged as a separate sport in the middle of the XIX century. In 1871, figure skating was recognized as a separate sport during the first Congress of skaters. In 1882, the first figure skating competitions were held in Austria.

Currently, figure skating is divided into five disciplines: men’s singles skating, women’s singles skating, pairs, ice dance and synchronized skating. The first disciplines are Olympic sports.

Figure skaters are judged for the elegance and expressiveness of performance, as well as precision, ease and naturalness of movements.

Competition Format:

Men: Short program, Free skating

Women: Short program, Free skating

Pairs: Short program, Free skating

Ice dance: Short program, Free skating

At the end of a competition the exhibition gala will take place with the medal winners of the event.

Sport Venue:

Almaty Arena

16:00
Ski jumping
Медали Общие
Ski jumping
"SUNKAR" Ski Jumping Complex

Ski jumping

Ski jumping competitions are held both in winter and summer. Winter competitions on hills with calculation point of 90 meters and more are considered the most important.

Initially, ski jumping were part of slalom. The first slalom competition took place in 1840. In the beginning of ski jumping history, the main achievement was the height of the jump as opposed to the distance.

The first registration of jump distance was in 1868 with the first registered result of 19 meters. The rules and scoring systems as well as distance measuring technology and immediate result demonstration have changed with time. Since 1945, jumps are judged based not only on distance, but also on style.

Competition Format:

Men: Individual K 95 (NH), Team K 95 (NH)

Women: Individual K 95 (NH), Team K 95 (NH)

Mixed Relay K 95 (NH) (1M+1W)

Sport Venue:

“Sunkar” Ski Jumping Complex

2 february
10:30
Biathlon / Cross-country skiing
Медали Общие
Biathlon / Cross-country skiing
"Alatau" Cross-Country Skiing and Biathlon Complex

Biathlon

Biathlon is a type of Olympic sport that combines cross-country skiing and rifle shooting. Since 1993, all official international biathlon competitions are held under the auspices of the International Biathlon Union (IBU).

For the first time contests reminiscent of a modern biathlon were included in major international competitions in 1924 during the first Winter Olympic Games in Charmonix, France. Their original name was “military patrol contests”. As demonstration contests, military patrol competitions were later presented during the Winter Olympic Games in 1928, 1936 and 1948.

Competition Format:

  • Men: Individual 20 km; Sprint 10 km; Pursuit 12.5 km; Mass-start 15 km;
  • Women: Individual 15 km; Sprint 7.5 km; Pursuit 10 km; Mass-start 12.5 km.
  • Mixed Relay 2×6 km (W) + 2×7.5 km (M)

Sport Venue:

“Alatau” Biathlon Stadium

10:30

Freestyle skiing

Freestyle skiing is a skiing discipline comprising aerials, moguls, ski cross, half-pipe and slope style as a part of the winter Olympics. The first freestyle skiing competitions were held in 1966 in USA. The first World Cup took place in 1978, eight years later Tignes, France held the first FIS Freestyle World Ski Championships.

Competition Format:

  • Men: Ski Cross (SX), Moguls (MO), Dual Moguls (DM), Ski Aerials (AE), Mixed Team Aerials
  • Women: Ski Cross (SX), Moguls (MO), Dual Moguls (DM), Ski Aerials (AE), Mixed Team Aerials

Sport Venue:

“Shymbulak” Ski Resort and “Tabagan Ski Resort

11:00
Speed Skating
Медали Общие
Speed Skating
"MEDEU" High Mountain Ice Rink

Speed skating

The first speed skating club was opened in 1604 in Edinburgh, Scotland. The first international friendly match between UK and USA took place in 1763. The first speed skating rules were formulated in 1772 in England.

Speed skating has been featured as a sport in the Winter Olympics since the first winter games in 1924. Women’s events were added to the Olympic program for the first time in 1960. Competition included four events: on 500, 1000, 1500, 5000, and 10000 meters as well as all-round competition.

Competition Format:

  • Men: 500 m, 1000 m, 1500 m, 5000 m, 10000 m, Team pursuit, Mass start
  • Women: 500 m, 1000 m, 1500 m, 3000 m, 5000 m, Team pursuit, Mass start

Sport Venue:

“Medeu” high mountain ice rink

12:30
Ice Hockey
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Ice Hockey
Halyk Arena

Ice Hockey

First ice hockey rules were formulated by the students of McGill University in Montreal, Canada. 1885 saw the foundation of Amateur Hockey Association in the same city. The first international match between two teams from Canada and England was organized a year later. Soon there was built the first indoor hockey stadium with an artificial ice rink.

Ice rink competitions were included for the first time in the Winter Universiade program in 1962 in Vilars, Switzerland. Four men teams took part in that competition. In 2009, during the XXIV Winter Universiade in Harbin, China the program included women competition with teams representing six countries.

Competition Format:

  • Men’s tournament (12 teams max)
  • Women’s tournament (8 teams max)

Sport Venue:

Men: Halyk Arena

Women: “Baluan Sholak” ice hockey arena

16:00
Ice Hockey
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Ice Hockey
Halyk Arena

Ice Hockey

First ice hockey rules were formulated by the students of McGill University in Montreal, Canada. 1885 saw the foundation of Amateur Hockey Association in the same city. The first international match between two teams from Canada and England was organized a year later. Soon there was built the first indoor hockey stadium with an artificial ice rink.

Ice rink competitions were included for the first time in the Winter Universiade program in 1962 in Vilars, Switzerland. Four men teams took part in that competition. In 2009, during the XXIV Winter Universiade in Harbin, China the program included women competition with teams representing six countries.

Competition Format:

  • Men’s tournament (12 teams max)
  • Women’s tournament (8 teams max)

Sport Venue:

Men: Halyk Arena

Women: “Baluan Sholak” ice hockey arena

19:30
Ice Hockey
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Ice Hockey
Halyk Arena

Ice Hockey

First ice hockey rules were formulated by the students of McGill University in Montreal, Canada. 1885 saw the foundation of Amateur Hockey Association in the same city. The first international match between two teams from Canada and England was organized a year later. Soon there was built the first indoor hockey stadium with an artificial ice rink.

Ice rink competitions were included for the first time in the Winter Universiade program in 1962 in Vilars, Switzerland. Four men teams took part in that competition. In 2009, during the XXIV Winter Universiade in Harbin, China the program included women competition with teams representing six countries.

Competition Format:

  • Men’s tournament (12 teams max)
  • Women’s tournament (8 teams max)

Sport Venue:

Men: Halyk Arena

Women: “Baluan Sholak” ice hockey arena

14:00

Snowboard

Snowboard became a Winter Olympic Sport in 1998. Besides Olympic version there are other styles, for example freeriding (performed on un-groomed terrain) or jibbing (performing tricks and sliding).

Snowboard is considered among the youngest disciplines included into the Universiade program. During the 1995 XVII Winter Universiade in Spain it was included  into the competitive program for the first time. First competition united 29 contestants from 10 countries. Since then, snowboard became one of the main disciplines with a growing number of contestants. Snowboard competitions were included into the winter Universiade program 8 times since 1995. Competitions include several disciplines: parallel giant slalom, parallel slalom, slope style, and big air. Some of these disciplines are included into the official list of Olympic disciplines.

Competition Format:

  • Men: Snowboard Cross (SBX), Parallel Giant Slalom (PGS), Parallel Slalom (PSL), Big Air (BA), Slope Style (SBS)
  • Women: Snowboard Cross (SBX), Parallel Giant Slalom (PGS), Parallel Slalom (PSL), Big Air (BA), Slope Style (SBS)

Sport Venue:

“Shymbulak” Ski Resort and “Tabagan” Ski Resort

14:30
Figure skating
Общие
Figure skating
Almaty Arena (Main Arena)

Figure skating

Figure skating emerged as a separate sport in the middle of the XIX century. In 1871, figure skating was recognized as a separate sport during the first Congress of skaters. In 1882, the first figure skating competitions were held in Austria.

Currently, figure skating is divided into five disciplines: men’s singles skating, women’s singles skating, pairs, ice dance and synchronized skating. The first disciplines are Olympic sports.

Figure skaters are judged for the elegance and expressiveness of performance, as well as precision, ease and naturalness of movements.

Competition Format:

Men: Short program, Free skating

Women: Short program, Free skating

Pairs: Short program, Free skating

Ice dance: Short program, Free skating

At the end of a competition the exhibition gala will take place with the medal winners of the event.

Sport Venue:

Almaty Arena

17:00
Figure skating
Ж Медали
Figure skating
Almaty Arena (Main Arena)

Figure skating

Figure skating emerged as a separate sport in the middle of the XIX century. In 1871, figure skating was recognized as a separate sport during the first Congress of skaters. In 1882, the first figure skating competitions were held in Austria.

Currently, figure skating is divided into five disciplines: men’s singles skating, women’s singles skating, pairs, ice dance and synchronized skating. The first disciplines are Olympic sports.

Figure skaters are judged for the elegance and expressiveness of performance, as well as precision, ease and naturalness of movements.

Competition Format:

Men: Short program, Free skating

Women: Short program, Free skating

Pairs: Short program, Free skating

Ice dance: Short program, Free skating

At the end of a competition the exhibition gala will take place with the medal winners of the event.

Sport Venue:

Almaty Arena

3 february
10:00
Biathlon / Nordic combined
Медали Общие
Biathlon / Nordic combined
"Alatau" Cross-Country Skiing and Biathlon Complex

Biathlon

Biathlon is a type of Olympic sport that combines cross-country skiing and rifle shooting. Since 1993, all official international biathlon competitions are held under the auspices of the International Biathlon Union (IBU).

For the first time contests reminiscent of a modern biathlon were included in major international competitions in 1924 during the first Winter Olympic Games in Charmonix, France. Their original name was “military patrol contests”. As demonstration contests, military patrol competitions were later presented during the Winter Olympic Games in 1928, 1936 and 1948.

Competition Format:

  • Men: Individual 20 km; Sprint 10 km; Pursuit 12.5 km; Mass-start 15 km;
  • Women: Individual 15 km; Sprint 7.5 km; Pursuit 10 km; Mass-start 12.5 km.
  • Mixed Relay 2×6 km (W) + 2×7.5 km (M)

Sport Venue:

“Alatau” Biathlon Stadium

10:00
Nordic combined
Медали Общие
Nordic combined
"SUNKAR" Ski Jumping Complex

Nordic combined

Nordic combined is a winter sport in which athletes compete in ski-jumping and cross-country skiing. It is included into Olympic program since 1924.

In recent years, the traditional Nordic combined program has undergone significant changes. Currently, the competition includes two individual events; ski jumping from normal (K-95) or large (K-125) hill followed by ten-kilometer cross-country race on the same day. Both disciplines are governed by common rules with minor additions: individual Gundersen and Gundersen team event on 4×5 distance.

In the team event, teams consist of four athletes who have one competition jump each. The total score of all four athletes determines the time disadvantages for the start of the ensuing 5 kilometer cross-country race.

Competition Format:

  • Individual Gundersen

Jump – K 95 (NH) + 10 km CC

  • Team Gundersen

2 Jump – K 95 (NH) + 3×5 km CC

  • Mass Start Race

10 km CC + Jump – K 95 (NH)

Venue:

“Sunkar” International Ski Jumping Complex

“Alatau” Cross Country Skiing and Biathlon Stadium

10:00
Alpine skiing
Ж Медали
Alpine skiing
Shymbulak

Alpline skiing

Alpine skiing combines several sports disciplines, comprising slalom, giant slalom, super giant slalom, downhill, as well as combined, which includes slalom and downhill.

The first international Alpine skiing competitions were held in 1911 in Montana. International Ski Federation (FIS) is responsible for the development of Alpine skiing. In 1931, Alpine skiing technical committee was established. In the same year, the first World Cup was held in Mürren, Switzerland.

Competition Format:

  • Men: Alpine Combined (AC), Super G (SG), Giant slalom (GS), Slalom (SL)
  • Women: Alpine Combined (AC), Super G (SG), Giant slalom (GS), Slalom (SL)
  • Parallel Nations Team Event

Sport Venue:

“Shymbulak” Ski Resort

10:30

Freestyle skiing

Freestyle skiing is a skiing discipline comprising aerials, moguls, ski cross, half-pipe and slope style as a part of the winter Olympics. The first freestyle skiing competitions were held in 1966 in USA. The first World Cup took place in 1978, eight years later Tignes, France held the first FIS Freestyle World Ski Championships.

Competition Format:

  • Men: Ski Cross (SX), Moguls (MO), Dual Moguls (DM), Ski Aerials (AE), Mixed Team Aerials
  • Women: Ski Cross (SX), Moguls (MO), Dual Moguls (DM), Ski Aerials (AE), Mixed Team Aerials

Sport Venue:

“Shymbulak” Ski Resort and “Tabagan Ski Resort

11:00
Speed Skating
Медали Общие
Speed Skating
"MEDEU" High Mountain Ice Rink

Speed skating

The first speed skating club was opened in 1604 in Edinburgh, Scotland. The first international friendly match between UK and USA took place in 1763. The first speed skating rules were formulated in 1772 in England.

Speed skating has been featured as a sport in the Winter Olympics since the first winter games in 1924. Women’s events were added to the Olympic program for the first time in 1960. Competition included four events: on 500, 1000, 1500, 5000, and 10000 meters as well as all-round competition.

Competition Format:

  • Men: 500 m, 1000 m, 1500 m, 5000 m, 10000 m, Team pursuit, Mass start
  • Women: 500 m, 1000 m, 1500 m, 3000 m, 5000 m, Team pursuit, Mass start

Sport Venue:

“Medeu” high mountain ice rink

12:30
Ice Hockey
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Ice Hockey
Halyk Arena

Ice Hockey

First ice hockey rules were formulated by the students of McGill University in Montreal, Canada. 1885 saw the foundation of Amateur Hockey Association in the same city. The first international match between two teams from Canada and England was organized a year later. Soon there was built the first indoor hockey stadium with an artificial ice rink.

Ice rink competitions were included for the first time in the Winter Universiade program in 1962 in Vilars, Switzerland. Four men teams took part in that competition. In 2009, during the XXIV Winter Universiade in Harbin, China the program included women competition with teams representing six countries.

Competition Format:

  • Men’s tournament (12 teams max)
  • Women’s tournament (8 teams max)

Sport Venue:

Men: Halyk Arena

Women: “Baluan Sholak” ice hockey arena

16:00
Ice Hockey
М Ж
Ice Hockey
Halyk Arena

Ice Hockey

First ice hockey rules were formulated by the students of McGill University in Montreal, Canada. 1885 saw the foundation of Amateur Hockey Association in the same city. The first international match between two teams from Canada and England was organized a year later. Soon there was built the first indoor hockey stadium with an artificial ice rink.

Ice rink competitions were included for the first time in the Winter Universiade program in 1962 in Vilars, Switzerland. Four men teams took part in that competition. In 2009, during the XXIV Winter Universiade in Harbin, China the program included women competition with teams representing six countries.

Competition Format:

  • Men’s tournament (12 teams max)
  • Women’s tournament (8 teams max)

Sport Venue:

Men: Halyk Arena

Women: “Baluan Sholak” ice hockey arena

19:30
Ice Hockey
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Ice Hockey
Halyk Arena

Ice Hockey

First ice hockey rules were formulated by the students of McGill University in Montreal, Canada. 1885 saw the foundation of Amateur Hockey Association in the same city. The first international match between two teams from Canada and England was organized a year later. Soon there was built the first indoor hockey stadium with an artificial ice rink.

Ice rink competitions were included for the first time in the Winter Universiade program in 1962 in Vilars, Switzerland. Four men teams took part in that competition. In 2009, during the XXIV Winter Universiade in Harbin, China the program included women competition with teams representing six countries.

Competition Format:

  • Men’s tournament (12 teams max)
  • Women’s tournament (8 teams max)

Sport Venue:

Men: Halyk Arena

Women: “Baluan Sholak” ice hockey arena

14:50
Figure skating
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Figure skating
Almaty Arena (Main Arena)

Figure skating

Figure skating emerged as a separate sport in the middle of the XIX century. In 1871, figure skating was recognized as a separate sport during the first Congress of skaters. In 1882, the first figure skating competitions were held in Austria.

Currently, figure skating is divided into five disciplines: men’s singles skating, women’s singles skating, pairs, ice dance and synchronized skating. The first disciplines are Olympic sports.

Figure skaters are judged for the elegance and expressiveness of performance, as well as precision, ease and naturalness of movements.

Competition Format:

Men: Short program, Free skating

Women: Short program, Free skating

Pairs: Short program, Free skating

Ice dance: Short program, Free skating

At the end of a competition the exhibition gala will take place with the medal winners of the event.

Sport Venue:

Almaty Arena

4 february
10:00
Alpine skiing
М Медали
Alpine skiing
Shymbulak

Alpline skiing

Alpine skiing combines several sports disciplines, comprising slalom, giant slalom, super giant slalom, downhill, as well as combined, which includes slalom and downhill.

The first international Alpine skiing competitions were held in 1911 in Montana. International Ski Federation (FIS) is responsible for the development of Alpine skiing. In 1931, Alpine skiing technical committee was established. In the same year, the first World Cup was held in Mürren, Switzerland.

Competition Format:

  • Men: Alpine Combined (AC), Super G (SG), Giant slalom (GS), Slalom (SL)
  • Women: Alpine Combined (AC), Super G (SG), Giant slalom (GS), Slalom (SL)
  • Parallel Nations Team Event

Sport Venue:

“Shymbulak” Ski Resort

11:00
Speed Skating
Медали Общие
Speed Skating
"MEDEU" High Mountain Ice Rink

Speed skating

The first speed skating club was opened in 1604 in Edinburgh, Scotland. The first international friendly match between UK and USA took place in 1763. The first speed skating rules were formulated in 1772 in England.

Speed skating has been featured as a sport in the Winter Olympics since the first winter games in 1924. Women’s events were added to the Olympic program for the first time in 1960. Competition included four events: on 500, 1000, 1500, 5000, and 10000 meters as well as all-round competition.

Competition Format:

  • Men: 500 m, 1000 m, 1500 m, 5000 m, 10000 m, Team pursuit, Mass start
  • Women: 500 m, 1000 m, 1500 m, 3000 m, 5000 m, Team pursuit, Mass start

Sport Venue:

“Medeu” high mountain ice rink

12:30
Ice Hockey
М Ж
Ice Hockey
Halyk Arena

Ice Hockey

First ice hockey rules were formulated by the students of McGill University in Montreal, Canada. 1885 saw the foundation of Amateur Hockey Association in the same city. The first international match between two teams from Canada and England was organized a year later. Soon there was built the first indoor hockey stadium with an artificial ice rink.

Ice rink competitions were included for the first time in the Winter Universiade program in 1962 in Vilars, Switzerland. Four men teams took part in that competition. In 2009, during the XXIV Winter Universiade in Harbin, China the program included women competition with teams representing six countries.

Competition Format:

  • Men’s tournament (12 teams max)
  • Women’s tournament (8 teams max)

Sport Venue:

Men: Halyk Arena

Women: “Baluan Sholak” ice hockey arena

13:00
Cross-country skiing
Медали Общие
Cross-country skiing
"Alatau" Cross-Country Skiing and Biathlon Complex

Cross-country skiing

Cross-country skiing encompasses skiing race contests on a specially prepared track.

In 1767, the first official championship of ski racers was held on the territory of modern Norway. Swedes and Finns followed Norwegians’ example. In the late XIX – early XX centuries national skiing clubs appeared in many countries.

Since 1924, cross-country skiing is an official Olympic sport. International Ski Federation (FIS) was established in the same year. The first World Cup in the history of cross-country skiing was held in 1925 in Czechoslovakia. FIS is responsible for the development of cross-country skiing, as well as ski jumping, alpine skiing, Nordic combined, freestyle skiing and snowboarding.

Competition Format:

  • Men:1,6 km Sprint (C); 10 km Individual (C); 10 km Pursuit  (F); 30 km Mass start (C); Relay 4×7,5 km (CCFF)
  • Women:1,2 km Sprint (C); 5 km Individual (C); 5 km Pursuit  (F); 15 km Mass start race  (C); Relay 3×5 km (CFF)
  • Mixed Team Sprint (F) 1W + 1M 1,2 km

Sport Venue:

“Alatau” Cross Country Stadium

17:00
Figure skating
М Медали
Figure skating
Almaty Arena (Main Arena)

Figure skating

Figure skating emerged as a separate sport in the middle of the XIX century. In 1871, figure skating was recognized as a separate sport during the first Congress of skaters. In 1882, the first figure skating competitions were held in Austria.

Currently, figure skating is divided into five disciplines: men’s singles skating, women’s singles skating, pairs, ice dance and synchronized skating. The first disciplines are Olympic sports.

Figure skaters are judged for the elegance and expressiveness of performance, as well as precision, ease and naturalness of movements.

Competition Format:

Men: Short program, Free skating

Women: Short program, Free skating

Pairs: Short program, Free skating

Ice dance: Short program, Free skating

At the end of a competition the exhibition gala will take place with the medal winners of the event.

Sport Venue:

Almaty Arena

17:00
Ski jumping
Медали Общие
Ski jumping
"SUNKAR" Ski Jumping Complex

Ski jumping

Ski jumping competitions are held both in winter and summer. Winter competitions on hills with calculation point of 90 meters and more are considered the most important.

Initially, ski jumping were part of slalom. The first slalom competition took place in 1840. In the beginning of ski jumping history, the main achievement was the height of the jump as opposed to the distance.

The first registration of jump distance was in 1868 with the first registered result of 19 meters. The rules and scoring systems as well as distance measuring technology and immediate result demonstration have changed with time. Since 1945, jumps are judged based not only on distance, but also on style.

Competition Format:

Men: Individual K 95 (NH), Team K 95 (NH)

Women: Individual K 95 (NH), Team K 95 (NH)

Mixed Relay K 95 (NH) (1M+1W)

Sport Venue:

“Sunkar” Ski Jumping Complex

5 february
09:00
Curling
Общие
Curling
Almaty Arena (Small Arena)

Curling

Curling originated in XVI century in Scotland. In XIX century there already were a few different versions of curling: Scottish, German, and Swiss.

Kilsyth Curling Club claims to be the first club in the world, having been formally constituted in 1716. The first worldwide curling men championship was held in 1959 in Edinburgh, the first women championship – in 1979. Curling was included in the Olympic program in 1998 during the Nagano Winter Olympic games. Curling was included into Winter Universiade program as an additional discipline in 2003 in Tarvisio, Italy.

Competition Format:

  • Men’s tournament (10 teams max)
  • Women’s tournament (10 teams max)

Sport Venue:

Almaty Arena

10:00

Alpline skiing

Alpine skiing combines several sports disciplines, comprising slalom, giant slalom, super giant slalom, downhill, as well as combined, which includes slalom and downhill.

The first international Alpine skiing competitions were held in 1911 in Montana. International Ski Federation (FIS) is responsible for the development of Alpine skiing. In 1931, Alpine skiing technical committee was established. In the same year, the first World Cup was held in Mürren, Switzerland.

Competition Format:

  • Men: Alpine Combined (AC), Super G (SG), Giant slalom (GS), Slalom (SL)
  • Women: Alpine Combined (AC), Super G (SG), Giant slalom (GS), Slalom (SL)
  • Parallel Nations Team Event

Sport Venue:

“Shymbulak” Ski Resort

10:00

Snowboard

Snowboard became a Winter Olympic Sport in 1998. Besides Olympic version there are other styles, for example freeriding (performed on un-groomed terrain) or jibbing (performing tricks and sliding).

Snowboard is considered among the youngest disciplines included into the Universiade program. During the 1995 XVII Winter Universiade in Spain it was included  into the competitive program for the first time. First competition united 29 contestants from 10 countries. Since then, snowboard became one of the main disciplines with a growing number of contestants. Snowboard competitions were included into the winter Universiade program 8 times since 1995. Competitions include several disciplines: parallel giant slalom, parallel slalom, slope style, and big air. Some of these disciplines are included into the official list of Olympic disciplines.

Competition Format:

  • Men: Snowboard Cross (SBX), Parallel Giant Slalom (PGS), Parallel Slalom (PSL), Big Air (BA), Slope Style (SBS)
  • Women: Snowboard Cross (SBX), Parallel Giant Slalom (PGS), Parallel Slalom (PSL), Big Air (BA), Slope Style (SBS)

Sport Venue:

“Shymbulak” Ski Resort and “Tabagan” Ski Resort

10:30
Nordic combined
Общие
Nordic combined
"SUNKAR" Ski Jumping Complex

Nordic combined

Nordic combined is a winter sport in which athletes compete in ski-jumping and cross-country skiing. It is included into Olympic program since 1924.

In recent years, the traditional Nordic combined program has undergone significant changes. Currently, the competition includes two individual events; ski jumping from normal (K-95) or large (K-125) hill followed by ten-kilometer cross-country race on the same day. Both disciplines are governed by common rules with minor additions: individual Gundersen and Gundersen team event on 4×5 distance.

In the team event, teams consist of four athletes who have one competition jump each. The total score of all four athletes determines the time disadvantages for the start of the ensuing 5 kilometer cross-country race.

Competition Format:

  • Individual Gundersen

Jump – K 95 (NH) + 10 km CC

  • Team Gundersen

2 Jump – K 95 (NH) + 3×5 km CC

  • Mass Start Race

10 km CC + Jump – K 95 (NH)

Venue:

“Sunkar” International Ski Jumping Complex

“Alatau” Cross Country Skiing and Biathlon Stadium

11:00
Speed Skating
Медали Общие
Speed Skating
"MEDEU" High Mountain Ice Rink

Speed skating

The first speed skating club was opened in 1604 in Edinburgh, Scotland. The first international friendly match between UK and USA took place in 1763. The first speed skating rules were formulated in 1772 in England.

Speed skating has been featured as a sport in the Winter Olympics since the first winter games in 1924. Women’s events were added to the Olympic program for the first time in 1960. Competition included four events: on 500, 1000, 1500, 5000, and 10000 meters as well as all-round competition.

Competition Format:

  • Men: 500 m, 1000 m, 1500 m, 5000 m, 10000 m, Team pursuit, Mass start
  • Women: 500 m, 1000 m, 1500 m, 3000 m, 5000 m, Team pursuit, Mass start

Sport Venue:

“Medeu” high mountain ice rink

12:00
Biathlon / Nordic combined
Медали Общие
Biathlon / Nordic combined
"Alatau" Cross-Country Skiing and Biathlon Complex

Biathlon

Biathlon is a type of Olympic sport that combines cross-country skiing and rifle shooting. Since 1993, all official international biathlon competitions are held under the auspices of the International Biathlon Union (IBU).

For the first time contests reminiscent of a modern biathlon were included in major international competitions in 1924 during the first Winter Olympic Games in Charmonix, France. Their original name was “military patrol contests”. As demonstration contests, military patrol competitions were later presented during the Winter Olympic Games in 1928, 1936 and 1948.

Competition Format:

  • Men: Individual 20 km; Sprint 10 km; Pursuit 12.5 km; Mass-start 15 km;
  • Women: Individual 15 km; Sprint 7.5 km; Pursuit 10 km; Mass-start 12.5 km.
  • Mixed Relay 2×6 km (W) + 2×7.5 km (M)

Sport Venue:

“Alatau” Biathlon Stadium

14:00
Short track
Медали Общие
Short track
"Baluan Sholak" Ice Hockey Arena Small Arena
Short track Short track speed skating is a form of competitive ice-skating on short distance. Competitions typically include 4 to 8 skaters, depending on the distance. Short track speed skating is the most dynamic sport awarding the most number of medals. Short track speed skating was originated in North America. The first competitions were held in early XX century. In 1967 short track joined the International Skaters Union (ISU). The first world championship was held in 1976 in the USA; the first team world championship – in 1911 in Seoul, South Korea. In 1992 Olympic games in France short track was included to the main program for the first time. Competition Format: Men: 500 m; 1000 m; 1500 m; 5000 m (relay) Women: 500 m; 1000 m; 1500 m; 3000 m (relay) Sport Venue: Baluan Sholak short track arena
17:00
Short track
Общие
Short track
"Baluan Sholak" Ice Hockey Arena Small Arena

Short track

Short track speed skating is a form of competitive ice-skating on short distance. Competitions typically include 4 to 8 skaters, depending on the distance. Short track speed skating is the most dynamic sport awarding the most number of medals.

Short track speed skating was originated in North America. The first competitions were held in early XX century. In 1967 short track joined the International Skaters Union (ISU). The first world championship was held in 1976 in the USA; the first team world championship – in 1911 in Seoul, South Korea. In 1992 Olympic games in France short track was included to the main program for the first time.

Competition Format:

  • Men: 500 m; 1000 m; 1500 m; 5000 m (relay)
  • Women: 500 m; 1000 m; 1500 m; 3000 m (relay)

Sport Venue:

Baluan Sholak short track arena

16:00
Ski jumping
Медали Общие
Ski jumping
"SUNKAR" Ski Jumping Complex

Ski jumping

Ski jumping competitions are held both in winter and summer. Winter competitions on hills with calculation point of 90 meters and more are considered the most important.

Initially, ski jumping were part of slalom. The first slalom competition took place in 1840. In the beginning of ski jumping history, the main achievement was the height of the jump as opposed to the distance.

The first registration of jump distance was in 1868 with the first registered result of 19 meters. The rules and scoring systems as well as distance measuring technology and immediate result demonstration have changed with time. Since 1945, jumps are judged based not only on distance, but also on style.

Competition Format:

Men: Individual K 95 (NH), Team K 95 (NH)

Women: Individual K 95 (NH), Team K 95 (NH)

Mixed Relay K 95 (NH) (1M+1W)

Sport Venue:

“Sunkar” Ski Jumping Complex

6 february
09:00
Curling
Общие
Curling
Almaty Arena (Small Arena)

Curling

Curling originated in XVI century in Scotland. In XIX century there already were a few different versions of curling: Scottish, German, and Swiss.

Kilsyth Curling Club claims to be the first club in the world, having been formally constituted in 1716. The first worldwide curling men championship was held in 1959 in Edinburgh, the first women championship – in 1979. Curling was included in the Olympic program in 1998 during the Nagano Winter Olympic games. Curling was included into Winter Universiade program as an additional discipline in 2003 in Tarvisio, Italy.

Competition Format:

  • Men’s tournament (10 teams max)
  • Women’s tournament (10 teams max)

Sport Venue:

Almaty Arena

10:00
Alpine skiing
Ж Медали
Alpine skiing
Shymbulak

Alpline skiing

Alpine skiing combines several sports disciplines, comprising slalom, giant slalom, super giant slalom, downhill, as well as combined, which includes slalom and downhill.

The first international Alpine skiing competitions were held in 1911 in Montana. International Ski Federation (FIS) is responsible for the development of Alpine skiing. In 1931, Alpine skiing technical committee was established. In the same year, the first World Cup was held in Mürren, Switzerland.

Competition Format:

  • Men: Alpine Combined (AC), Super G (SG), Giant slalom (GS), Slalom (SL)
  • Women: Alpine Combined (AC), Super G (SG), Giant slalom (GS), Slalom (SL)
  • Parallel Nations Team Event

Sport Venue:

“Shymbulak” Ski Resort

11:00
Speed Skating
Медали Общие
Speed Skating
"MEDEU" High Mountain Ice Rink

Speed skating

The first speed skating club was opened in 1604 in Edinburgh, Scotland. The first international friendly match between UK and USA took place in 1763. The first speed skating rules were formulated in 1772 in England.

Speed skating has been featured as a sport in the Winter Olympics since the first winter games in 1924. Women’s events were added to the Olympic program for the first time in 1960. Competition included four events: on 500, 1000, 1500, 5000, and 10000 meters as well as all-round competition.

Competition Format:

  • Men: 500 m, 1000 m, 1500 m, 5000 m, 10000 m, Team pursuit, Mass start
  • Women: 500 m, 1000 m, 1500 m, 3000 m, 5000 m, Team pursuit, Mass start

Sport Venue:

“Medeu” high mountain ice rink

11:00
Cross-country skiing
Медали Общие
Cross-country skiing
"Alatau" Cross-Country Skiing and Biathlon Complex

Cross-country skiing

Cross-country skiing encompasses skiing race contests on a specially prepared track.

In 1767, the first official championship of ski racers was held on the territory of modern Norway. Swedes and Finns followed Norwegians’ example. In the late XIX – early XX centuries national skiing clubs appeared in many countries.

Since 1924, cross-country skiing is an official Olympic sport. International Ski Federation (FIS) was established in the same year. The first World Cup in the history of cross-country skiing was held in 1925 in Czechoslovakia. FIS is responsible for the development of cross-country skiing, as well as ski jumping, alpine skiing, Nordic combined, freestyle skiing and snowboarding.

Competition Format:

  • Men:1,6 km Sprint (C); 10 km Individual (C); 10 km Pursuit  (F); 30 km Mass start (C); Relay 4×7,5 km (CCFF)
  • Women:1,2 km Sprint (C); 5 km Individual (C); 5 km Pursuit  (F); 15 km Mass start race  (C); Relay 3×5 km (CFF)
  • Mixed Team Sprint (F) 1W + 1M 1,2 km

Sport Venue:

“Alatau” Cross Country Stadium

11:00
Freestyle skiing
Общие
Freestyle skiing
Shymbulak

Freestyle skiing

Freestyle skiing is a skiing discipline comprising aerials, moguls, ski cross, half-pipe and slope style as a part of the winter Olympics. The first freestyle skiing competitions were held in 1966 in USA. The first World Cup took place in 1978, eight years later Tignes, France held the first FIS Freestyle World Ski Championships.

Competition Format:

  • Men: Ski Cross (SX), Moguls (MO), Dual Moguls (DM), Ski Aerials (AE), Mixed Team Aerials
  • Women: Ski Cross (SX), Moguls (MO), Dual Moguls (DM), Ski Aerials (AE), Mixed Team Aerials

Sport Venue:

“Shymbulak” Ski Resort and “Tabagan Ski Resort

14:00
Short track
Медали Общие
Short track
"Baluan Sholak" Ice Hockey Arena Small Arena
Short track Short track speed skating is a form of competitive ice-skating on short distance. Competitions typically include 4 to 8 skaters, depending on the distance. Short track speed skating is the most dynamic sport awarding the most number of medals. Short track speed skating was originated in North America. The first competitions were held in early XX century. In 1967 short track joined the International Skaters Union (ISU). The first world championship was held in 1976 in the USA; the first team world championship – in 1911 in Seoul, South Korea. In 1992 Olympic games in France short track was included to the main program for the first time. Competition Format: Men: 500 m; 1000 m; 1500 m; 5000 m (relay) Women: 500 m; 1000 m; 1500 m; 3000 m (relay) Sport Venue: Baluan Sholak short track arena
17:50
Short track
Общие
Short track
"Baluan Sholak" Ice Hockey Arena Small Arena

Шорт-трек

Шорт-трек – скоростной бег на коньках на короткой дорожке. Участие в заездах могут принимать от 4 до 8 конькобежцев в зависимости от дистанции. Шорт-трек является самым медалоёмким и динамичным видом спорта.

Шорт-трек зародился в Северной Америке. Первые соревнования по шорт-треку прошли в начале XX века. В 1967 году шорт-трек вошел в состав Международного союза конькобежцев ISU. Первый чемпионат мира прошел в 1976 году в США, первый командный чемпионат мира – в Сеуле в 1991 году. На Олимпийских играх во Франции 1992 года шорт-трек дебютировал в основной программе.

Дисциплины Универсиады:

  • Мужчины: 500 м., 1000 м., 1500 м., 5000 м. (эстафета)
  • Женщины: 500 м., 1000 м., 1500 м., 3000 м. (эстафета)

Место проведения: Дворец спорта и культуры имени Балуана Шолака (малая арена)

20:00
Хоккей с шайбой
М Ж Медали
Финал, 1-2 место (женская лига)
"Baluan Sholak" Ice Hockey Arena Main Arena
7 february
09:00
Curling
Ж Медали
Curling
Almaty Arena (Small Arena)

Curling

Curling originated in XVI century in Scotland. In XIX century there already were a few different versions of curling: Scottish, German, and Swiss.

Kilsyth Curling Club claims to be the first club in the world, having been formally constituted in 1716. The first worldwide curling men championship was held in 1959 in Edinburgh, the first women championship – in 1979. Curling was included in the Olympic program in 1998 during the Nagano Winter Olympic games. Curling was included into Winter Universiade program as an additional discipline in 2003 in Tarvisio, Italy.

Competition Format:

  • Men’s tournament (10 teams max)
  • Women’s tournament (10 teams max)

Sport Venue:

Almaty Arena

14:00
Curling
М Медали
Curling
Almaty Arena (Small Arena)

Curling

Curling originated in XVI century in Scotland. In XIX century there already were a few different versions of curling: Scottish, German, and Swiss.

Kilsyth Curling Club claims to be the first club in the world, having been formally constituted in 1716. The first worldwide curling men championship was held in 1959 in Edinburgh, the first women championship – in 1979. Curling was included in the Olympic program in 1998 during the Nagano Winter Olympic games. Curling was included into Winter Universiade program as an additional discipline in 2003 in Tarvisio, Italy.

Competition Format:

  • Men’s tournament (10 teams max)
  • Women’s tournament (10 teams max)

Sport Venue:

Almaty Arena

10:00
Alpine skiing
М Медали
Alpine skiing
Shymbulak

Alpline skiing

Alpine skiing combines several sports disciplines, comprising slalom, giant slalom, super giant slalom, downhill, as well as combined, which includes slalom and downhill.

The first international Alpine skiing competitions were held in 1911 in Montana. International Ski Federation (FIS) is responsible for the development of Alpine skiing. In 1931, Alpine skiing technical committee was established. In the same year, the first World Cup was held in Mürren, Switzerland.

Competition Format:

  • Men: Alpine Combined (AC), Super G (SG), Giant slalom (GS), Slalom (SL)
  • Women: Alpine Combined (AC), Super G (SG), Giant slalom (GS), Slalom (SL)
  • Parallel Nations Team Event

Sport Venue:

“Shymbulak” Ski Resort

11:00

Snowboard

Snowboard became a Winter Olympic Sport in 1998. Besides Olympic version there are other styles, for example freeriding (performed on un-groomed terrain) or jibbing (performing tricks and sliding).

Snowboard is considered among the youngest disciplines included into the Universiade program. During the 1995 XVII Winter Universiade in Spain it was included  into the competitive program for the first time. First competition united 29 contestants from 10 countries. Since then, snowboard became one of the main disciplines with a growing number of contestants. Snowboard competitions were included into the winter Universiade program 8 times since 1995. Competitions include several disciplines: parallel giant slalom, parallel slalom, slope style, and big air. Some of these disciplines are included into the official list of Olympic disciplines.

Competition Format:

  • Men: Snowboard Cross (SBX), Parallel Giant Slalom (PGS), Parallel Slalom (PSL), Big Air (BA), Slope Style (SBS)
  • Women: Snowboard Cross (SBX), Parallel Giant Slalom (PGS), Parallel Slalom (PSL), Big Air (BA), Slope Style (SBS)

Sport Venue:

“Shymbulak” Ski Resort and “Tabagan” Ski Resort

12:00
Biathlon / Cross-country skiing
Медали Общие
Biathlon / Cross-country skiing
"Alatau" Cross-Country Skiing and Biathlon Complex

Biathlon

Biathlon is a type of Olympic sport that combines cross-country skiing and rifle shooting. Since 1993, all official international biathlon competitions are held under the auspices of the International Biathlon Union (IBU).

For the first time contests reminiscent of a modern biathlon were included in major international competitions in 1924 during the first Winter Olympic Games in Charmonix, France. Their original name was “military patrol contests”. As demonstration contests, military patrol competitions were later presented during the Winter Olympic Games in 1928, 1936 and 1948.

Competition Format:

  • Men: Individual 20 km; Sprint 10 km; Pursuit 12.5 km; Mass-start 15 km;
  • Women: Individual 15 km; Sprint 7.5 km; Pursuit 10 km; Mass-start 12.5 km.
  • Mixed Relay 2×6 km (W) + 2×7.5 km (M)

Sport Venue:

“Alatau” Biathlon Stadium

14:00
Short track
Медали Общие
Short track
"Baluan Sholak" Ice Hockey Arena Small Arena

Short track

Short track speed skating is a form of competitive ice-skating on short distance. Competitions typically include 4 to 8 skaters, depending on the distance. Short track speed skating is the most dynamic sport awarding the most number of medals.

Short track speed skating was originated in North America. The first competitions were held in early XX century. In 1967 short track joined the International Skaters Union (ISU). The first world championship was held in 1976 in the USA; the first team world championship – in 1911 in Seoul, South Korea. In 1992 Olympic games in France short track was included to the main program for the first time.

Competition Format:

  • Men: 500 m; 1000 m; 1500 m; 5000 m (relay)
  • Women: 500 m; 1000 m; 1500 m; 3000 m (relay)

Sport Venue:

Baluan Sholak short track arena

18:00
Short track
Медали Общие
Short track
"Baluan Sholak" Ice Hockey Arena Small Arena

Short track

Short track speed skating is a form of competitive ice-skating on short distance. Competitions typically include 4 to 8 skaters, depending on the distance. Short track speed skating is the most dynamic sport awarding the most number of medals.

Short track speed skating was originated in North America. The first competitions were held in early XX century. In 1967 short track joined the International Skaters Union (ISU). The first world championship was held in 1976 in the USA; the first team world championship – in 1911 in Seoul, South Korea. In 1992 Olympic games in France short track was included to the main program for the first time.

Competition Format:

  • Men: 500 m; 1000 m; 1500 m; 5000 m (relay)
  • Women: 500 m; 1000 m; 1500 m; 3000 m (relay)

Sport Venue:

Baluan Sholak short track arena

14:00

Freestyle skiing

Freestyle skiing is a skiing discipline comprising aerials, moguls, ski cross, half-pipe and slope style as a part of the winter Olympics. The first freestyle skiing competitions were held in 1966 in USA. The first World Cup took place in 1978, eight years later Tignes, France held the first FIS Freestyle World Ski Championships.

Competition Format:

  • Men: Ski Cross (SX), Moguls (MO), Dual Moguls (DM), Ski Aerials (AE), Mixed Team Aerials
  • Women: Ski Cross (SX), Moguls (MO), Dual Moguls (DM), Ski Aerials (AE), Mixed Team Aerials

Sport Venue:

“Shymbulak” Ski Resort and “Tabagan Ski Resort

8 february
10:00
Cross-country skiing
М Медали
Cross-country skiing
"Alatau" Cross-Country Skiing and Biathlon Complex

Cross-country skiing

Cross-country skiing encompasses skiing race contests on a specially prepared track.

In 1767, the first official championship of ski racers was held on the territory of modern Norway. Swedes and Finns followed Norwegians’ example. In the late XIX – early XX centuries national skiing clubs appeared in many countries.

Since 1924, cross-country skiing is an official Olympic sport. International Ski Federation (FIS) was established in the same year. The first World Cup in the history of cross-country skiing was held in 1925 in Czechoslovakia. FIS is responsible for the development of cross-country skiing, as well as ski jumping, alpine skiing, Nordic combined, freestyle skiing and snowboarding.

Competition Format:

  • Men:1,6 km Sprint (C); 10 km Individual (C); 10 km Pursuit  (F); 30 km Mass start (C); Relay 4×7,5 km (CCFF)
  • Women:1,2 km Sprint (C); 5 km Individual (C); 5 km Pursuit  (F); 15 km Mass start race  (C); Relay 3×5 km (CFF)
  • Mixed Team Sprint (F) 1W + 1M 1,2 km

Sport Venue:

“Alatau” Cross Country Stadium

11:00
Ice Hockey
М Ж
Ice Hockey
Halyk Arena

Ice Hockey

First ice hockey rules were formulated by the students of McGill University in Montreal, Canada. 1885 saw the foundation of Amateur Hockey Association in the same city. The first international match between two teams from Canada and England was organized a year later. Soon there was built the first indoor hockey stadium with an artificial ice rink.

Ice rink competitions were included for the first time in the Winter Universiade program in 1962 in Vilars, Switzerland. Four men teams took part in that competition. In 2009, during the XXIV Winter Universiade in Harbin, China the program included women competition with teams representing six countries.

Competition Format:

  • Men’s tournament (12 teams max)
  • Women’s tournament (8 teams max)

Sport Venue:

Men: Halyk Arena

Women: “Baluan Sholak” ice hockey arena

15:00
Ice Hockey
М Ж Медали
Ice Hockey
Halyk Arena

Ice Hockey

First ice hockey rules were formulated by the students of McGill University in Montreal, Canada. 1885 saw the foundation of Amateur Hockey Association in the same city. The first international match between two teams from Canada and England was organized a year later. Soon there was built the first indoor hockey stadium with an artificial ice rink.

Ice rink competitions were included for the first time in the Winter Universiade program in 1962 in Vilars, Switzerland. Four men teams took part in that competition. In 2009, during the XXIV Winter Universiade in Harbin, China the program included women competition with teams representing six countries.

Competition Format:

  • Men’s tournament (12 teams max)
  • Women’s tournament (8 teams max)

Sport Venue:

Men: Halyk Arena

Women: “Baluan Sholak” ice hockey arena

19:00
Closing Ceremony
Общие
Closing Ceremony
Almaty Arena (Main Arena)