Closing Ceremony of 26th Summer Universiade
The 26th Summer Universiade closed Tuesday in Shenzhen.
• Chinese State Councilor Meets with Foreign Guests in Shenzhen
Chinese State Councilor Liu Yandong (R) meets with Armen Gevorgyan, vice prime minister of Armenia, in Shenzhen, south China's Guangdong Province, Aug. 23, 2011. Armen Gevorgyan is here to attend the closing ceremony of the 26th Summer Universiade.
• China and US Set for Water Polo Title Showdown at Universiade
China will defend its Universiade women's water polo crown against the United States on Monday.
• Japan Rules the Pool as China Wins 1st Athletics Gold
Japan outplayed the United States to become the biggest winner in the last day's swimming competition while China finally won their first athletics gold medal at the Universiade in Shenzhen on Friday.
China Makes It 7 Table Tennis Golds in Universiade
China made it a magnificent seven on the final day of table tennis at the World University Games on Saturday, taking gold in the men's and women's singles.
Olympic Pistol Champion Pang Upset at Universiade
China's Olympic champion Pang Wei suffered a surprise defeat in the men's 50m pistol at the World University Games in Shenzhen on Thursday.
Cyclist Gong Wins in Battle of Record Breakers
China's Gong Jinjie claimed gold with a thrilling ride in a women's 500m trial final that saw the Universiade record smashed three times on Tuesday.
Universiade Athletes Buy Up Chinese Goods
Shenzhen, a young city with a 30-year history, not only is providing a competitive platform for international athletes during the 26th Universiade, but also serving as a shopping paradise.
Jacques Harvey of Jamaica Wins Men's 100m Title at Universiade
Jamaica's Jacques Harvey claimed the men's 100 meters title at the 26th Shenzhen Summer Universiade in Shenzhen on Wednesday.
Carrie Russell of Jamaica Wins Women's 100m Gold at Universiade
Jamaica's Carrie Russell claimed the women's 100m title at the 26th Shenzhen Summer Universiade in Shenzhen on Wednesday.
Universiade Creates a More Beautiful Shenzhen
Shenzhen is striving to take advantage of the 26th summer Universiade to enhance its beauty in many aspects.
Shenzhen Striving to Host Green Universiade
Shenzhen, the host city of the ongoing 2011 World University Games, introduced the games with a "green" opening ceremony on Friday night.
Preparing for Universiade, Shenzhen Authorities Learn to Adjust to Public Opinion
Shenzhen's officials took a leap of faith when they let the city's denizens decide whether to keep their vehicles off the roads during the Universiade.

Chinese State Councilor Meets with Foreign Guests in Shenzhen

Future Stars Spring up at Shenzhen Universiade

Defending Champions Serbia Win Men's Basketball Final at Universiade

China's Sun Wins 100m Breaststroke at Universiade

Universiade Athletes Buy Up Chinese Goods

Love Sports, Love Study More: One-athlete Delegation of Samoa
About the Universiade
The 2011 Summer Universiade, the 26th Summer Universiade, is scheduled for Shenzhen in south China's Guangdong province and will be held from August 12 to 23.
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