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Baseball at the Summer Universiade

Baseball is not currently played at the Summer Universiade. However, in 1993, the baseball tournament was held at the XVII Summer Universiade in Buffalo, USA, and it was staged two years after at the XVIII Summer Universiade in Fukuoka, Japan.

2015 Summer Universiade

The 2015 Gwangju Summer Universiade committee agreed unanimously to include baseball as an optional event for the Universiade.

Tournament Results

Year Host Country Gold Silver Bronze
1993
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Buffalo, USA Cuba South Korea Canada
1995
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Fukuoka, Japan Cuba South Korea Japan
2015
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Gwangju, South Korea Japan

Chinese Taipei

None South Korea
2017
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Taipei, Chinese Taipei

External links

  • Official Website of the 18th Summer Universiade
  • Official Website of the 28th Summer Universiade
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