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MOSCOW, December 12. /TASS/. The next Russian-Chinese winter youth games will be held in one of the regions of the Russian Far East in 2018, Russia’s Deputy Sports Minister Marina Tomilova told Tass on Monday.
"Russia will host the next Russian-Chinese winter games, scheduled for 2018. We plan to hold them in the Far East," Tomilova said.
The first Russian-Chinese winter youth games were held in China’s Harbin from December 7 to 11, 2016.
The Russian national team won the country medal ranking, grabbing 50 medals (20 told, 15 silver and 15 bronze). Chinese athletes have 28 awards (seven gold, 12 silver and nine bronze medals). Young athletes aged between 13 and 21 took part in the tournament, competing in five sports - hockey, figure skating, short track, speed skating and Alpine skiing.