Shenzhen Fulfilled Promises to FISU
During the 12 days of handling different venues, transporting people, hosting events and ensuring athlete security, the Shenzhen Universiade organizing committee was able to keep its promise to the International University Sports Federation (FISU).
In a press conference, the organizing committee said that the city witnessed the largest Universiade on record, having more than 10,000 participants coming from 152 countries to compete in the 24 sporting events to try and win one of the 306 gold medals. FISU President Claude Louis Gallien said that in the 12 days, technical delegates of FISU never complained and always had positive remarks for the events that were unfolding.
The organizing committee made sure that the challenges that were facing them were met properly, they made sure that all athletes had excellent conditions making sure that there were no possibilities of accidents, complaints, that there was good food and venues and no chances of doping.
Shenzhen also improved the quality of life in their city by doing projects that benefited the Universiade and the city as well. Improvements were made such as road upgrades, new Metro lines, renovations of buildings and construction of venues and sports facilities that will be open for use to its residents after the games.