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The 1995 Summer Universiade, also known as the XVIII Summer Universiade, took place in Fukuoka, Japan.

XVIII Summer Universiade
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Slogan : スポーツはかるく国境を越える (Sports slightly go across border)
Nations participating162
Athletes participating3,949
Events12 sports
Opening ceremonyAugust 23
Closing ceremonySeptember 3
Officially opened byEmperor Akihito
Main venueFukuoka Dome

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EmblemEdit

The symbol mark is a motif of "U", expressing passion and energy in the flickering flames of a burning torch. In the flames one sees both the profile of a youth and an "F", the first letter of Fukuoka.

MascotEdit

The mascot character for the Fukuoka Games, "Kapapoo", is a motif of a unicorn, a mythical European creature. A horse-like animal with a single horn growing from its forehead, it is said to be invincible and unrivaled for its energy. The unicorn symbolizes courage, dignity, wisdom, nobility, justice and represents the sun and heroes.

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Medal tableEdit

  *   Host nation (Japan)
RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  United States (USA)24271869
2  Japan (JPN)*24162464
3  Russia (RUS)15122350
4  China (CHN)13101639
5  South Korea (KOR)1071027
6  Hungary (HUN)84214
7  Germany (GER)66820
8  Bulgaria (BUL)54211
9  Ukraine (UKR)45615
10  Romania (ROM)45211
11  Cuba (CUB)43310
12  Italy (ITA)371121
13  South Africa (RSA)3104
14  France (FRA)26715
15  Brazil (BRA)2529
16  Belarus (BLR)2338
17  Mexico (MEX)2125
18  Yugoslavia (FR Yugoslavia)2103
19  Australia (AUS)1236
20  Netherlands (NED)1225
21  Kenya (KEN)1203
22  Chinese Taipei (TPE)1124
  Nigeria (NGR)1124
24  Czech Republic (CZE)1113
  Slovakia (SVK)1113
26  Belgium (BEL)1012
27  Croatia (CRO)1001
  Madagascar (MAD)1001
  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (VIN)1001
30  Great Britain (GBR)03710
31  Poland (POL)0347
32  Spain (ESP)0213
33  Kazakhstan (KAZ)0202
34  Canada (CAN)0123
35  Greece (GRE)0112
  Morocco (MAR)0112
37  Armenia (ARM)0101
  Austria (AUT)0101
  Barbados (BAR)0101
40  Algeria (ALG)0011
  Finland (FIN)0011
  Portugal (POR)0011
  Slovenia (SLO)0011
   Switzerland (SUI)0011
Totals (44 nations)144149172465

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