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World Interuniversity Games

The World Interuniversity Games is an international sport event, which was organised by Panathlon International in 2011.

IFIUS Games

IFIUS Champions

2012 Belgrade

2011 Amsterdam

2010 Valencia

2009 Milan

2008 Budapest

2007 Vienna

2006 Dublin

2005 Rotterdam

2004 Antwerp

2003 Rome

2002 Barcelona

2001 Amsterdam

2000 Paris

1999 Antwerp

Medals table

Includes at this time medals won starting 2005. Updated until 2008 Games.

World Interuniversity Games medal count
Pos University Location Gold Silver Bronze
1 Pushkin Leningrad State University Saint Petersburg, Russia 4 0 0
2 Islamic Azad University Tehran, Iran 3 1 1
3 University of Bacău Bacău, Romania 3 0 0
4 Islamic Azad University, Karaj Branch Karaj, Iran 3 0 0
5 Catholic University of the Sacred Heart Milan, Rome, Italy 2 1 2
6 The Hague University The Hague, Netherlands 2 0 1
7 University of Karlsruhe Karlsruhe, Germany 1 2 1
8 MESI Moscow, Russia 1 2 0
9 Budapest University of Technology and Economics Budapest, Hungary 1 1 2
10 Faculty of Organizational Sciences, Belgrade Belgrade, Serbia 1 1 0
11 Munich University of Technology Munich, Germany 1 0 1
12 University of Sannio Benevento, Italy 1 0 1
13 Catholic University Santa Maria La Antigua Panama City, Panama 1 0 1
14 Mendeleyev University of Chemistry and Technology Moscow, Russia 1 0 1
15 University Ovidius Constanta Constanţa, Romania 1 1 1
16 Ukhta State Technical University Ukhta, Russia 1 0 0
17 Mirny Polytechnic Institute Mirny, Russia 1 0 0
18 University of Nancy Nancy, France 1 0 0
19 North-West Academy of Public Administration Saint Petersburg, Russia 0 5 3
20 St Petersburg State University of Service and Economy Saint Petersburg, Russia 0 2 1
21 Faculty of Law, Osijek Osijek, Croatia 0 1 1
22 University of Worcester Worcester, England 0 1 1
23 South Russian State University Shakhty, Russia 0 1 0
24 Amsterdam College Amsterdam, the Netherlands 0 1 0
25 Moraine Valley Community College Palos Hills, Illinois, USA 0 1 0
26 University of Oslo Oslo, Norway 0 1 0
27 University of Antwerp Antwerp, Belgium 0 1 0
28 University College Dublin Dublin, Ireland 0 0 2
29 Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas Moscow, Russia 0 0 1
29 ASE Bucharest Bucharest, Romania 0 0 1
29 University of Groningen Groningen, the Netherlands 0 0 1
29 Faculty of Economics, Belgrade Belgrade, Serbia 0 0 1
29 TU Delft Delft, the Netherlands 0 0 1
29 Polytechnic of Karlovac Karlovac, Croatia 0 0 1
29 Urals Railway State University Yekaterinburg, Russia 0 0 1
29 St. Petersburg State University Saint Petersburg, Russia 0 0 1
29 Southwest University of Political Science & Law Chongqing, China 0 0 1
29 Academy of Labour and Social Relations Moscow, Russia 0 0 1
29 State University of Tetovo Tetovo, Republic of Macedonia 0 0 1

External links

  • IFIUS official site
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