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    Shooter A wins a quota in Event X. Now, this means a) Shooter A cannot win another quota in any other event and b) Shooter A's NOC has a quota in Event X. Now, whether NOC wants to send A or some other guy B (who has MQS in Event X) is purely upto NOC. The shooter who is selected by NOC can participate in other events as well provided he has MQS in that event as well. This can be done as long as the number of shooters in that event does not cross 2 per NOC limit. If NOC wins 2 quota (A and B) in Event X and has another shooter C who has quota in Event Y and MQS in Event X, then NOC must decide which 2 shooters would take part in Event X. This is what happened with China. They decided to use shooter C and hence returning their quota. All these selections are not part of exchange of quotas. Exchange of quotas is when NOC returns its quota in Event X and instead gets a quota in Event Z. Like we exchanged Rajput's quota in 50x3 and got quota in Trap. This exchange can only be done once by NOC. Hope this clarifies the situation.
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    INDIAN OLYMPIC ASSOCIATION - भारतीय ओलंपिक संघ FOUNDED - 1924 PRESIDENT OF NOC - Narayana Ramachandran INDIA - भारत DATE OF INDEPENDENCE - 15 August 1947 CAPITAL CITY - New Delhi NATIONAL ANTHEM - Jana Gana Mana
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    Let tomorrow be the day of the underdogs
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    Finally good news, Rwanda managed to qualify a woman in 10000m race.
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    Wow, she's going fast now.. I'm just throwing it out there: she'll run sub-11:10 this year
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    You are right. You can only exchange a maximum of one.
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    I am right I hope by the way ? ................................
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    Details on the exchange of quota places can be found in the confirmation process. Read them carefully. ISSF Qualification System for Rio 2016
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    in 4*400 relay in poland there are no other country only clubs and thier state team ...and to register olympic timing there must be more then 1 national team ...so will have to wait till tomorrow ..because strting list is not showing india right now
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    Athletics Dutee Chand clocks 11.24 en route to finishing 2nd at the Kazakh meet final - breaks her own NR set hours earlier
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    you still must count in that in canoe slalom, especially in C1, very small entry list, harder track, stronger wind and a lot of favorites may have some serious troubles in the final race and miss gates, (look at womens K1 in Beijing 2008 ) it happened many times before, it´s also a reason why this sport is great, you never know what will happen, so in C1 I count on a slim chance also for Cameron
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    Valj Semerenko is also pregnant Vita & Valj are working on our future relay team
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    I think now is not time for so good shape. Competiton in canoeing is at the end of Olympics. If they are now in very good shape, no way that for 50 days they will be in very good shape. Only Hungary is able for this. They are always in good shape
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    Women's 100m Dutee Chand - 11.30s (New NR) After a very very long time (think 1st time after the qualification for Olympics started) that an Indian sprinter is gonna participate in Olympics
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    its elimination not qualification ...qualification tomorrow
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    so Auston Matthews as expected is this years draft number 1 Center Auston Matthews was taken by the Toronto Maple Leafs to start the 2016 NHL Draft at First Niagara Center on Friday, but there was a distinct Finnish flavor to the rest of the top five. Matthews, a native of Scottsdale, Ariz., is the first United States-born player to be picked No. 1 since Patrick Kane in 2007 by the Chicago Blackhawks. "A dream come true today," Matthews said. "It's a great organization. … Just got drafted into the NHL. One of the best days of my life." The 6-foot-2, 210-pound forward was No. 1 on NHL Central Scouting's final ranking of international skaters. Playing with Zurich in National League A, Switzerland's top professional league, he had 24 goals and 46 points in 36 games and was runner-up in voting for the league's most valuable player award. He also led the United States with six goals in 10 games at the 2016 IIHF World Championship. "Very rarely are you able to get a center with the size and strength that he has who is a complete player," Maple Leafs general manager Lou Lamoriello said on NBCSN. "He's a 200-foot player and we're just delighted and I think it's just great for the Toronto Maple Leafs." Matthews next will play for Team North America at the 2016 World Cup of Hockey. All games in that tournament, which starts Sept. 17, will be played at Air Canada Centre in Toronto. The run on top-end Finns started when the Winnipeg Jets selected right wing Patrik Laine from Tappara in Liiga, Finland's top professional league, at No. 2. The Edmonton Oilers picked right wing Jesse Puljujarvi from Karpat in Liiga at No. 4, and the Vancouver Canucks took defensemen Olli Juolevi of London of the Ontario Hockey League at No. 5. It's the first time three Finns have gone in the top five. Prior to Friday, a total of five had been picked in the top five: The Atlanta Thrashers took goalie Kari Lehtonen with the No. 2 pick in 2002; the Florida Panthers drafted forward Aleksander Barkov No. 2 in 2013; the Los Angeles Kings picked defenseman Aki Berg No. 3 in 1995 and forward Olli Jokinen No. 3 in 1997; and the Philadelphia Flyers selected defenseman Joni Pitkanen No. 4 in 2002. "It's huge to have five people and three of them are Finns," Laine said. "That tells you something about our country and us as players. I think it's a huge thing to have those guys in the top five." Four Finns in all were picked in the first round; the Florida Panthers selected center Henrik Borgstrom from HIFK's team in Finland's junior league at No. 23. It's the second-most Finns drafted in the first round; five were taken in 2002. There also was a record number of U.S.-born players selected, with 12 going in the first round, including nine who played for USA Hockey's National Team Development Program in Ann Arbor, Mich. "The NTDP is unbelievable with the weight training and everyone there that helps you succeed," said center Clayton Keller, who went No. 7 to the Arizona Coyotes. "Unbelievable to be there with such great guys and people that make you feel at home." After Matthews and Laine were taken with the first two picks, the Columbus Blue Jackets selected left wing Pierre-Luc Dubois from Cape Breton of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League with the third pick. "I'm just really happy," said Dubois, who turned 18 on Friday. "It was an honor." Although some were surprised by the pick, Dubois knew it was coming. "My agent told me about a minute before, so I was able to prepare myself," he said. "Told my family, told them to get ready and start listening. I'll always remember this for the rest of my life." After Puljujarvi and Juolevi rounded out the top five, the Calgary Flames picked left wing Matthew Tkachuk of London of the OHL at No. 6. The Coyotes selected Keller, and then the host Buffalo Sabres picked left wing Alexander Nylander of Mississauga of the OHL with the eighth pick. Nylander's selection should add fuel to the Atlantic Division rivalry with the Maple Leafs, who had older brother William Nylander make his NHL debut this season. "It'll be a lot of fun playing against my brother when the time comes and we're ready to play in the NHL," Alexander said. The Montreal Canadiens selected defenseman Mikhail Sergachev from Windsor of the OHL at No. 9, and the Colorado Avalanche chose center Tyson Jost from Penticton of the British Columbia Hockey League with the 10th pick. The Ottawa Senators traded with the New Jersey Devils to move up from No. 12 to No. 11 in the first round and selected Windsor center Logan Brown. The Devils then picked Mississauga center Michael McLeod. The Devils also got the No. 80 pick from the Senators. That was one of a number of trades made during the first round. The Detroit Red Wings sent forward Pavel Datsyuk and the 16th pick to the Coyotes for the 20th and 53rd picks in the draft, and forward Joe Vitale. Datsyuk said last week he would play in Russia next season, which would have left the Red Wings with a $7.5 million NHL salary-cap charge had they not been able to trade him.. Arizona picked defenseman Jakob Chychrun of Sarnia of the OHL at No. 16, and Detroit selected defenseman Dennis Cholowski from Chilliwack of the BCHL at No. 20. The Flames acquired goaltender Brian Elliott from the St. Louis Blues for the No. 35 pick and a conditional third-round pick in the 2018 draft. The Jets traded the 22nd and 36th picks to the Flyers for the 18th and 79th picks. At No. 18, Winnipeg picked Windsor defenseman Logan Stanley; Philadelphia selected center German Rubtsov from Team Russia U-18 at No. 22. The Canadiens made two trades, acquiring forward Andrew Shaw from the Blackhawks for the 39th and 45th picks. They also traded forward Lars Eller to the Washington Capitals for a second-round pick in 2017 and in 2018. 1. round of Draft 2016: 1. Toronto Maple Leafs - Auston Matthews (center, , from: ZSC Lions, SUI) 2. Winnipeg Jets - Patrik Laine (right wing, , Tappara Tampere, FIN) 3. Columbus Blue Jackets - Pierre-Luc Dubois (left wing, , Cape Breton, QMJHL) 4. Edmonton Oilers - Jesse Puljujärvi (right wing, , Kärpät Oulu, FIN) 5. Vancouver Canucks - Olli Juolevi (defencer, , London, OHL) 6. Calgary Flames - Matthew Tkachuk (left wing, , London, OHL) 7. Arizona Coyotes - Clayton Keller (center, , USA U18 Project) 8. Buffalo Sabres - Alexander Nylander (left wing, , Mississauga, OHL) 9. Montreal Canadiens - Mikhail Sergachyov (defencer, , Windsor, OHL) 10. Colorado Avalanche - Tyson Jost (center, , Penticton, BCHL)
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    INDIA AT 2016 SUMMER OLYMPICS QUALIFICATION DETAILS OVERVIEW # SPORT QUOTAS ATHLETES EVENTS 1 Archery 5 4 3 2 Artistic Gymnastics 1 1 5 3 Athletics 26 34 19 4 Badminton 5 7 4 5 Boxing 3 3 3 6 Field Hockey 2 32 2 7 Golf 3 3 2 8 Judo 1 1 1 9 Rowing 1 1 1 10 Shooting 12 12 11 11 Swimming 2 2 2 12 Table Tennis 4 4 2 13 Tennis 2 4 3 14 Weightlifting 2 2 2 15 Wrestling 7 7 7 TOTAL 15 SPORTS 76 117 67 DETAILED LIST Sport Event Athlete Actual Quota Winner Qualification Date & Tournament No. of Quotas No. Of Athletes No. Of Events Archery Men's Individual Atanu Das Mangal Singh Champia Date: 30th July 2015 2015 World Archery Championships, Copenhagen 1 1 1 Women's Individual Deepika Kumari Deepika Kumari Date: 28th July 2015 2015 World Archery Championships, Copenhagen 1 3 1 Bombayla Devi Rimil Buriuly Date: 28th July 2015 2015 World Archery Championships, Copenhagen 1 Laxmirani Majhi Laxmirani Majhi Date: 28th July 2015 2015 World Archery Championships, Copenhagen 1 Women's Team Laxmirani Majhi Bombayla Devi Deepika Kumari Laxmirani Majhi Rimil Buriuly Deepika Kumari Date: 28th July 2015 2015 World Archery Championships, Copenhagen 1 1 Artistic Gymnastics Women's Individual All-Around Dipa Karmakar Dipa Karmakar Date: 17th April 2016 2016 Olympic Test Event, Rio de Janeiro 1 1 5 Women's Balance Beam Women's Floor Exercise Women's Uneven Bars Women's Vault Athletics Men's 400m Muhammad Anas Muhammad Anas Date: 25th June 2016 2016 Polish Athletics Championships, Bydgoszcz 1 1 1 Men's 800m Jinson Johnson Jinson Johnson Date: 11th July 2016 2016 Indian Athletics Grand Prix, Bangalore 1 1 1 Men's Marathon Nitendra Singh Rawat Nitendra Singh Rawat Date: 11th October 2015 2015 World Military Games, Mungyeong 1 1 1 Thonakal Gopi Thonakal Gopi Date: 17th January 2016 2016 Mumbai Marathon, Mumbai 1 1 Kheta Ram Kheta Ram Date: 17th January 2016 2016 Mumbai Marathon, Mumbai 1 1 Men's 20km Walk Manish Singh Rawat Manish Singh Rawat Date: 18th April 2015 2015 IAAF Permit Race Walking Meeting, Rio Maior 1 1 1 Gurmeet Singh Gurmeet Singh Date: 15th March 2015 2015 Asian Race Walking Championships, Nomi 1 1 Ganapathi Krishnan Ganapathi Krishnan Date: 20th March 2016 2016 Asian Race Walking Championships, Nomi 1 1 Men's 50km Walk Sandeep Kumar Sandeep Kumar Date: 29th August 2015 2015 IAAF World Championship, Beijing 1 1 1 Men's Long Jump Ankit Sharma Ankit Sharma Date: 26th June 2016 2016 G Kosanov Memorial Meet, Almaty 1 1 1 Men's Triple Jump Renjith Maheshwary Renjith Maheshwary Date: 11th July 2016 2016 Indian Athletics Grand Prix, Bangalore 1 1 1 Men's Discuss Throw Vikas Gowda Vikas Gowda Date: 9th May 2015 2015 IAAF World Challenge Meetings, Kingston 1 1 1 Men's 4*400m Relay Lalith Mathur Muhammed Kunhu Arokia Rajiv Mohankumar Raja Dharun Ayyasamy Muhammad Anas Lalith Mathur Muhammed Kunhu Arokia Rajiv Mohankumar Raja Dharun Ayyasamy Muhammad Anas Date: 12th July 2016 2016 IAAF World Ranking List 1 5 1 Women's 100m Dutee Chand Dutee Chand Date: 25th June 2016 2016 G Kosanov Memorial Meet, Almaty 1 1 1 Women's 200m Srabani Nanda Srabani Nanda Date: 25th June 2016 2016 G Kosanov Memorial Meet, Almaty 1 1 1 Women's 400m Nirmala Sheoran Nirmala Sheoran Date: 1st July 2016 2016 Inter State Senior Championship, Hyderabad 1 1 1 Women's 800m Tintu Luka Tintu Luka Date: 26th August 2015 2015 IAAF World Championship, Beijing 1 1 1 Women's 3000m Steeplechase Lalita Babar Lalita Babar Date: 6th June 2015 2015 Asian Championship, Wuhan 1 1 1 Sudha Singh Sudha Singh Date: 29th April 2016 2016 Indian Federation, New Delhi 1 1 Women's Marathon O P Jaisha O P Jaisha Date: 18th January 2015 2015 Mumbai Marathon, Mumbai 1 1 1 Kavita Raut Kavita Raut Date: 12th February 2016 2016 South Asian Games, Guwahati 1 1 Women's 20km Walk Khushbir Kaur Khushbir Kaur Date: 18th April 2015 2015 IAAF Permit Race Walking Meeting, Rio Maior 1 1 1 Sapna Punia Sapna Punia Date: 15th March 2015 2015 Asian Race Walking Championships, Nomi 1 1 Women's Shot Put Manpreet Kaur Manpreet Kaur Date: 16th September 2015 2015 National Open Championship, Kolkata 1 1 1 Women's Discuss Throw Seema Antil Seema Antil Date: 28th May 2016 2016 Pat Young’s Throwers Classic, Salinas 1 1 1 Women's 4*400m Relay Anilda Thomas Nirmala Sheoran M. R. Poovamma Jisna Mathew Debashree Majumdar Ashwini Akkunji Anilda Thomas Nirmala Sheoran M. R. Poovamma Jisna Mathew Debashree Majumdar Ashwini Akkunji Date: 12th July 2016 2016 IAAF World Ranking List 1 5 1 Badminton Men's Singles Kidambi Srikanth Kidambi Srikanth Date: 5th May, 2016 BWF World Rankings 1 1 1 Women's Singles Saina Nehwal Saina Nehwal 1 1 1 P V Sindhu P V Sindhu 1 1 Men's Doubles Sumeeth Reddy Manu Attri Sumeeth Reddy Manu Attri 1 2 1 Women's Doubles Ashwini Ponnappa Jwala Gutta Ashwini Ponnappa Jwala Gutta 1 2 1 Boxing Men's Bantamweight (56kg) Shiva Thapa Shiva Thapa Date: 31st March 2016 2016 Asia & Oceania Olympic Qualifying Event, Qian'an 1 1 1 Men's Light Welterweight (64kg) Manoj Kumar Manoj Kumar Date: 23rd June 2016 2016 AIBA World Olympic Qualifying Tournament 1 1 1 Men's Middleweight (75kg) Vikas Krishan Yadav Vikas Krishan Yadav Date: 23rd June 2016 2016 AIBA World Olympic Qualifying Tournament 1 1 1 Field Hockey Men's Team Men's Team Men's Team Date: 2nd October 2014 2014 Asian Games, Incheon 1 16 1 Women's Team Women's Team Women's Team Date: 30th August 2015 2014–15 FIH Hockey World League Semifinals 1 16 1 Golf Men's Golf Anirban Lahiri Anirban Lahiri Date: 11th July, 2016 IGF World Rankings 1 1 1 SSP Chawrasia SSP Chawrasia Date: 11th July, 2016 IGF World Rankings 1 1 Women's Golf Aditi Ashok Aditi Ashok Date: 11th July, 2016 IGF World Rankings 1 1 1 Judo Men's Middleweight (90kg) Avtar Singh Avtar Singh Date: 16th May 2016 IJF Continental Quota 1 1 1 Rowing Men's Single Sculls Dattu Baban Bhokanal Dattu Baban Bhokanal Date: 24th April 2016 2016 Asia & Oceania Continental Qualification Regatta, Chungju 1 1 1 Shooting Men's 50m Rifle 3 Positions Chain Singh Chain Singh Date: 14th August 2015 2015 ISSF World Cup, Gabala 1 1 1 Gagan Narang Eligible via winning the quota in other event - - Men's 50m Rifle Prone Gagan Narang Gagan Narang Date: 15th May 2015 2015 ISSF World Cup, Fort Benning 1 1 1 Chain Singh Eligible via winning the quota in other event - - Men's 10m Air Rifle Abhinav Bindra Abhinav Bindra Date: 28th May 2015 2015 ISSF World Cup, Munich 1 1 1 Gagan Narang Eligible via winning the quota in other event - - Men's 50m Pistol Jitu Rai Jitu Rai Date: 9th September 2014 2014 ISSF World Shooting Championships, Granada 1 1 1 Prakash Nanjappa Prakash Nanjappa Date: 11th August 2015 2015 ISSF World Cup, Gabala 1 1 Men's 25m Rapid Fire Pistol Gurpreet Singh Eligible via winning the quota in other event - - 1 Men's 10m Air Pistol Gurpreet Singh Gurpreet Singh Date: 31st May 2015 2015 ISSF World Cup, Munich 1 1 1 Jitu Rai Eligible via winning the quota in other event - - Men's Trap Kynan Chenai Kynan Chenai Date: 28th January 2016 2016 Asian Olympic Qualifying Tournament, New Delhi 1 1 1 Manavjit Singh Sandhu Sanjeev Rajput Exchange of Quota won by Sanjeev Rajput in Men's 50m Rifle 3 Postion at 2016 Asian OQT 1 1 Men's Skeet Mairaj Ahmad Khan Mairaj Ahmad Khan Date: 17th September 2015 2015 ISSF World Shotgun Championships, Lonato 1 1 1 Womem's 10m Air Rifle Apurvi Chandela Apurvi Chandela Date: 11th April 2015 2015 ISSF World Cup, Changwon 1 1 1 Ayonika Paul Ayonika Paul Date: 29th January 2016 2016 Asian Olympic Qualifying Tournament, New Delhi 1 1 Women's 25m Pistol Heena Sidhu Eligible via winning the quota in other event - - 1 Women's 10m Air Pistol Heena Sidhu Heena Sidhu Date: 27th January 2016 2016 Asian Olympic Qualifying Tournament, New Delhi 1 1 1 Swimming Men's 200m Butterfly Sajan Prakash Sajan Prakash Date: 3rd July 2016 FINA Universality Invitation 1 1 1 Women's 200m Freestyle Shivani Kataria Shivani Kataria Date: 3rd July 2016 FINA Universality Invitation 1 1 1 Table Tennis Men's Singles Soumyajit Ghosh Soumyajit Ghosh Date: 13th April 2016 2016 Asian Qualification Tournament, Hong Kong 1 1 1 Achanta Sharath Kamal Achanta Sharath Kamal Date: 16th April 2016 2016 Asian Qualification Tournament, Hong Kong 1 1 Women's Singles Manika Batra Manika Batra Date: 13th April 2016 2016 Asian Qualification Tournament, Hong Kong 1 1 1 Mouma Das Mouma Das Date: 16th April 2016 2016 Asian Qualification Tournament, Hong Kong 1 1 Tennis Men's Doubles Leander Paes Rohan Bopanna Rohan Bopanna Date: 6th June 2016 2016 ATP Doubles Ranking (Top 10) 1 2 1 Women's Doubles Prarthana Thombare Sania Mirza Sania Mirza Date: 6th June 2016 2016 WTA Doubles Ranking (Top 10) 1 2 1 Mixed Doubles Sania Mirza Rohan Bopanna - Date: 6th June 2016 2016 Combined ATP & WTA Ranking - - 1 Weightlifting Men -77kg Sivalingam Sathish Kumar Men's Team Date: 30th April, 2016 2016 Asian Championships, Samarkand 1 1 1 Women -48kg Saikhom Mirabai Chanu Women's Team Date: 30th April, 2016 2016 Asian Championships, Samarkand 1 1 1 Wrestling Men's Freestyle -57kg Sandeep Tomar Sandeep Tomar Date: 24th April 2016 2016 1st OG World Qualification Tournament, Ulaanbaatar 1 1 1 Men's Freestyle -65kg Yogeshwar Dutt Yogeshwar Dutt Date: 19th March 2016 2016 Asian Qualification Tournament, Astana 1 1 1 Men's Greco-Roman -85kg Ravinder Khatri Ravinder Khatri Date: 11th May 2016 Quota reallocated to due to wrestler caught doping in 2016 Asian Qualification Tournament, Astana 1 1 1 Men's Greco-Roman -98kg Hardeep Singh Hardeep Singh Date: 20th March 2016 2016 Asian Qualification Tournament, Astana 1 1 1 Women's Freestyle -48kg Vinesh Phogat Vinesh Phogat Date: 7th May 2016 2016 2nd OG World Qualification Tournament, Istanbul 1 1 1 Women's Freestyle -53kg Babita Kumari Babita Kumari Date: 11th May 2016 Quota reallocated to due to wrestler caught doping in 2016 Asian QT, Astana 1 1 1 Women's Freestyle -58kg Sakshi Malik Sakshi Malik Date: 7th May 2016 2016 2nd OG World Qualification Tournament, Istanbul 1 1 1 TOTAL 15 SPORTS 76 117 67
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