Australia at the Summer Universiade
Australia first competed at a Summer Universiade in Tokyo, Japan in 1967 and has been involved in every event since with the exception of 1975 in Rome, Italy. During that time Australian student-athletes have amassed a total of 167 medals, achieving Australia's highest ever medal tally position of 10th in Kazan, Russia in 2013.
The table below highlights the medal tallies and flagbearers for each Summer Universiade that Australia has been involved in. A complete list of Australian medal winners at the Summer Universiade is available here.
Archived 2017 Taipei UniRoos News
Teenage taekwondo fighter knocks off world No. 10 to win bronze
2015 Gwangju UniRoos News
A record 19 medals, with four gold – including a thrilling dead-heat for the defending champion Justin James (Australian National University) in the men’s 200m individual medley – has completed a successful Summer Universiade for the Australian Uniroos in Gwangju, Korea. Read more here.