Statistics have revealed more than 7,700 athletes are set to compete at this year's Summer Universiade in Taipei.
Figures from the organisers state that a total of 7,708 athletes from around the world will feature at the event due to place between August 19 and 30.
This is fewer than the 2013 edition of the Summer Universiade when 7,880 athletes took part in Kazan in Russia, but is larger than the 7,432 participants at Gwangju 2015.
Registration procedures for the competition closed on July 28, with 141 teams set to take part at the Games.
On top of the athletes, 3,758 team staff will also being heading out to Taipei.
The host nation has the biggest team with 371 athletes and 180 staff.
The second largest team comes from Russia, with 348 athletes and 197 staff.
The United States have 352 competitors backed up 188 staff.
Events in the 21 sport being contested at Taipei 2017 are scheduled to held in venues in Taipei, Keelung, New Taipei, Taoyuan and Hsinchu.