Participants of the World Junior Curling Championships continue to arrive in Krasnoyarsk. The competitions will take place from 15 to 22 February 2020 at Crystal Ice Arena. The national teams of Scotland, Japan, Germany, New Zealand, Canada and Switzerland have already arrived in Krasnoyarsk. A total of 15 countries will participate in the competitions.
The media accreditation process for the World Junior Curling Championships that will be held in Krasnoyarsk from 15 to 22 February 2020 has begun. The applications of officially registered media representatives are received no later than 30 January 2020.
Today the Museum of the 29th Winter Universiade 2019 was opened in Krasnoyarsk. The exposition is located in the space of the city tourist and information centre (3 Avenue Mira, Basement).
The host cities of 2021 Junior Wrestling World Championships and 2022 Senior Wrestling World Championships were determined at the United World Wresting Bureau meeting in Nur-Sultan (Kazakhstan). The Russian Federation was on the winning side - the events will take place in Ufa and Krasnoyarsk.
The friendly games between Yenisei Bandy Club and Sweden national team took place in Krasnoyarsk. Yenisei Ice Stadium, that was built for the Winter Universiade 2019, hosted three games. Krasnoyarsk team came out on top of a 2:1 score.
Representatives of the United World Wrestling (UWW) and the Russian Wrestling Federation paid a visit to Krasnoyarsk for assessing the city's capability to host 2022 Senior Wrestling World Championships. The Russian Wrestling Federation previously proclaimed its readiness to support the bid of Krasnoyarsk.
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.