Over 1,400 athletes are entered to compete at Lake Placid 2023 ©Getty Images

A total of 1,443 athletes have been registered for the Lake Placid 2023 International University Sports Federation (FISU) Winter World University Games, with the final competitors' list being released today.

Hosts the United States bring the largest team with 150 athletes, followed by Japan with 139 and Canada with 121.

Czech Republic bring an athlete delegation of 94 and South Korea has 85.

Croatia, Mexico, Luxembourg and Turkey are all bringing one athlete to Lake Placid.

Ukraine has 58 athletes travelling, including its men's ice hockey team.

Ice hockey has the most athletes at Lake Placid 2023, with 488 ©Getty Images
Ice hockey has the most athletes at Lake Placid 2023, with 488 ©Getty Images

There are 832 male and 611 female athletes, with 488 of them competing in ice hockey in the same venue as the infamous "Miracle on Ice" at the 1980 Winter Olympic Games.

Alpine skiing has 194 competitors, cross-country skiing has 161, snowboarding has 118 and speed skating 108.

There are 86 events across 12 sports, taking place in Lake Placid, Saranac Lake, Wilmington, North Creek, Canton and Potsdam.

The Lake Placid 2023 FISU Winter World University Games are scheduled for January 12 to 22 2023 and is to be the first Winter Games in four years - last held in Krasnoyarsk in 2019.

Lucerne 2021 was supposed to take place last year, but due to COVID-19 restrictions in Switzerland at the time, the event was cancelled at short notice.