The decision to include Ski Orienteering in the competition programme of the Winter Universiade 2021 was made at the Executive Committee meeting of the International Sports University Federation (FISU) that was held on July 1st to 2nd in Naples. For the first time, this discipline was included in the program of the Universiade held in Krasnoyarsk in March 2019.
Alexandra Romanovskaya, a 2018 Winter Olympics participant, World Cup 2019 winner and two-time Winter Universiade 2019 winner from Belarus, shared the secrets of her victories and personal impressions of the Games.
Russian delegation presented a report on the Winter Universiade 2019 at the Conference of the International Ski Federation in Croatia. FIS representative highly appreciated preparation for the Winter Universiade and congratulated Russian colleagues on the successful competitions.
Paulo Ferreira, FISU Director General, spoke about organisation of the Games, Siberian weather and opportunities for holding major sports events in Krasnoyarsk.
Urs Hankeler, Executive Director of the Winter Universiade 2021, expressed his gratitude to the Organising Committee of the Krasnoyarsk Games for successful debriefing—an meeting aimed at passing experience to organizers of future competitions—which was held in the Swiss city of Lucerne, the host city of the Winter Universiade 2021. He sent a letter of thanks to Maxim Urazov, Head of ANO "Executive directorate of the 29th Winter Universiade Krasnoyarsk 2019".
Performance of the information, communication and telecommunication infrastructure (ICT) in preparation and delivery of the 2019 Winter Universiade was summarized at the final meeting of the interdepartmental working group.
In March of 2020, Krasnoyarsk will hold stages of the FIS Freestyle Ski World Cup. The Aerials and Moguls competitions will be held at the courses of Sopka Cluster, one of the Winter Universiade 2019 sports venues.