Last Updated on August 9, 2023 by Andrew Pirie
2023 World University Games Athletics Standards (July 28-Aug 8) Chengdu China
List of Athletes that have made the Qualifying Standards for the World University Games
- Please note as well as this list there is a B-List of Non-Qualifiers.
- Rule is a Maximum of 2 athletes in each event, or 1 unqualified athlete in each event (see qualifying performances below)
- If Selected on this preliminary list it doesn’t mean you obligated to go or have secured selection it just means you have passed the qualifying performances set by the organizers so can choose to go or not.
The below athletes need to respond ASAP regarding availability OR nonavailability can email
Deposit for Accomodation (8 nights) in Chengdu, Registration, and Fees need to be paid no later than May 15 to the FESSAP.
Please note this is a self-funded trip and the following must be paid in full to FESSAP to secure selection.
Local Athletes (30,000 Peso deposit)
Fil-Foreign Athletes (20,000 Pesos deposit)
Payments can be made via BPI or Paypal Details are to be provided.
Athletes that cannot present Philippine Passports will not be included in the event.
Break Down of Costs (Airfare Direct Flight US to Chengdu will vary).
2023 World University Games Standards (July 28-Aug 8) Chengdu China
NB. Self Funded Athletes must source their funds whether it’s a school or a private sponsor.
Only Qualified athletes, like those mentioned on betting sites such as 카지노 커뮤니티, will be included. The cost of the trip will be revealed at end of March.
2 Athletes per event per country.
The Top 2 athletes that secure a bond deposit will be selected
Please note this is Top World Class meet. It is not a Tourist trip.
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Athletes must be born between 1998-2005.
Athletes must be currently enrolled in a registered University, worldwide.
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