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Road Cycling Qualification for Summer Olympic Games 2016

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mrv86    333
On 1/5/2016 at 16:17, dcro said:

Cypriot racer is still very much inside Top 100. Plus, Cyprus national championships will be held next weekend apparently, where she should earn few more points, so looks like this enterprise will be indeed successful. :d

 

This is the situation in women's cycling as we enter the last month...

 

4 quotas - :NED:USA:ITA:GER:AUS

3 quotas - :SWE:POL:GBR:CAN:BEL

2 quotas - :RSA:FRA:LUX:BRA

1 quota -  :RUS:BLR:NZL:UKR:SUI:FIN:CUB:NOR:ISR:TPE:THA:JPN:AUT:MEX:CYP:SLO:ESP:DEN:NAM:HKG:KOR:CHN:MRI

 

I made a calculation up to last Sunday... from individual rankings you shall drop Hong Kong; Azerbaijan and Chile will qualify instead. Milagro Mena is number 100 in individual ranking, but she is likely to end up just outside that place.

 

Namibia and Korea still qualify, but this time by winning the continental quota, meaning China and Mauritius are out, and Venezuela will qualify for America.

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dcro    2,084
20 minutes ago, mrv86 said:

 

I made a calculation up to last Sunday... from individual rankings you shall drop Hong Kong; Azerbaijan and Chile will qualify instead. Milagro Mena is number 100 in individual ranking, but she is likely to end up just outside that place.

 

Namibia and Korea still qualify, but this time by winning the continental quota, meaning China and Mauritius are out, and Venezuela will qualify for America.

 

Basically, all nations that should have 2 quotas according to nations ranking will have only one, because there are so many individuals in top 100. :facepalm: I'm hoping that Luxembourg will keep more than one quota at least...

 

UCI should really introduce some "default" individual quotas for women's road cycling. For example, we have the same qualification path in nations ranking, but we also have for example 5 places for highest ranked individuals. If there are more than 5 individuals in Top 100, then we use the current system of reducing nation's quotas.

 

We should also have some reallocations in women's time trial. Czech Republic will lose its place for sure. There is a chance that Russia will lose one too, if they end up with only one cyclist. Same goes for Belarus.

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Benolympique    78
il y a 27 minutes, dcro a déclaré:

 

Basically, all nations that should have 2 quotas according to nations ranking will have only one, because there are so many individuals in top 100. :facepalm: I'm hoping that Luxembourg will keep more than one quota at least...

 

UCI should really introduce some "default" individual quotas for women's road cycling. For example, we have the same qualification path in nations ranking, but we also have for example 5 places for highest ranked individuals. If there are more than 5 individuals in Top 100, then we use the current system of reducing nation's quotas.

 

We should also have some reallocations in women's time trial. Czech Republic will lose its place for sure. There is a chance that Russia will lose one too, if they end up with only one cyclist. Same goes for Belarus.

and france 2 or 3 quotas ??

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dcro    2,084
1 minute ago, Benolympique said:

and france 2 or 3 quotas ??

 

I think it will be 3 in the end for France.

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Benolympique    78
il y a 4 minutes, dcro a déclaré:

 

I think it will be 3 in the end for France.

we will not be able to know before 31?

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dcro    2,084
29 minutes ago, Benolympique said:

we will not be able to know before 31?

 

I don't know. Probably no.

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dcro    2,084

Christine Majerus won yesterday and placed second today in races in France. That gives Luxembourg 140 points and that should be enough to qualify more than one rider for them. :yes

 

Meanwhile, :LTU Daiva Tuslaite finished 4th today and got 35 points. Looks like she caught the last train for Rio as she now has 98 points, what is likely going to be enough.

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Benolympique    78
il y a 7 minutes, dcro a déclaré:

Christine Majerus won yesterday and placed second today in races in France. That gives Luxembourg 140 points and that should be enough to qualify more than one rider for them. :yes

 

Meanwhile, :LTU Daiva Tuslaite finished 4th today and got 35 points. Looks like she caught the last train for Rio as she now has 98 points, what is likely going to be enough.

AND FRANCE ?

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Bearas    17
52 minutes ago, dcro said:

Christine Majerus won yesterday and placed second today in races in France. That gives Luxembourg 140 points and that should be enough to qualify more than one rider for them. :yes

 

Meanwhile, :LTU Daiva Tuslaite finished 4th today and got 35 points. Looks like she caught the last train for Rio as she now has 98 points, what is likely going to be enough.

:fingers: ... Current level of our ladies is simply unacceptable

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mrv86    333

According to my calculations, this is how final standings and quota for Women Road should look:

 

Rank Nation  Points Quotas
1 Netherlands  3414.00 4
2 United States  2778.00 4
3 Italy  2141.25 4
4 Australia  1710.50 4
5 Germany  1615.75 4
6 Poland  1501.50 3
7 Sweden  1474.50 3
8 Great Britain  1472.25 3
9 Canada  1187.50 3
10 Belgium  1080.00 3
11 France  971.00 3
12 South Africa  849.50 2
13 Luxembourg  732.25 2
14 Russia  583.00 1
15 Belarus  539.25 1
16 Ukraine  538.00 1
17 Finland  490.00 1
18 New Zealand  439.50 1
19 Cuba  436.00 1
20 Mexico  377.00 1
21 Switzerland  367.50 1
22 Spain  349.00 1

 

Qualifying through individual rankings:

 

41 Ting Ying HUANG  Chinese Taipei  275.00
59 Emilie MOBERG  Norway  173.50
69 Olena PAVLUKHINA  Azerbaijan  143.00
75 Jutatip MANEEPHAN  Thailand  132.00
76 Martina RITTER  Austria  131.00
84 Polona BATAGELJ  Slovenia  115.00
87 Daiva TUSLAITE  Lithuania  110.00
89 Antri CHRISTOFOROU  Cyprus  109.00
90 Shani BLOCH  Israel  109.00
94 Mayuko HAGIWARA  Japan  103.00
97 Paola MUNOZ  Chile  92.00

 

Places from continental championships go to Namibia (Africa), Venezuela (America) and South Korea (Asia). Brazil will use the host quota places.

 

Good job by Lithuania this past weekend earning one quota, but at the same time so sad Denmark and Costa Rica fell short of qualifying by 1.50 and 2.50 points in the end :(
 

 

 

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dcro    2,084

There are also few reallocations in women's time trial. Russia and Belarus lose one of their time trial quotas because they qualified only one rider. Czech Republic loses its quota after failing to qualify in road race.

 

Ukraine, Sweden and Japan receive those reallocations. Next in line for possible reallocations are Poland, Luxembourg, France and Switzerland.

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dcro    2,084

Final rankings are out. It's the same as mrv wrote, except that UKR finished ahead of BLR (although that doesn't change anything).

 

Denmark, Costa Rica and Hong Kong just missed out on qualification.

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