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Gianlu33

Summer Youth Olympic Games 2018

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LDOG    399
hace 8 minutos, intoronto said:

Nope, you can only qualify one team per sport as well. 

What? I thought that rule was only for the host.

For example, in 2014 USA played both rugby tournaments and new zealand played both in hockey as well.

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intoronto    296
14 minutes ago, LDOG said:

What? I thought that rule was only for the host.

For example, in 2014 USA played both rugby tournaments and new zealand played both in hockey as well.

It has changed apparently, I am not sure if its a set rule though. Canada wanted to enter both men and women's rugby sevens but chose men's field hockey because of this rule. 

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bestmen    652

is there any other way to qualify the boxers ? 

only 1 quota for Africa in each weight , bizarre

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intoronto    296

Tomorrow will define the Americas shooting quotas. 

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thepharoah    185
Posted (edited)
31 minutes ago, bestmen said:

is there any other way to qualify the boxers ? 

only 1 quota for Africa in each weight , bizarre

 

no and btw all continents only qualify 1 athlete

Edited by thepharoah

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thepharoah    185

For African boxing quotas , 3 boxers gained their qualification spots without playing a match and those are countries whom qualified :- 

 

  1. Women's -57 Kg: :MAR 
  2. Women's -75 Kg : :ALG
  3. Men's -91 Kg: :ALG

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Jur    54
On 13/5/2018 at 18:58, intoronto said:

It has changed apparently, I am not sure if its a set rule though. Canada wanted to enter both men and women's rugby sevens but chose men's field hockey because of this rule. 

Reading the Futsal qualification process, it sais you can qualify both teams :dunno:

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LDOG    399

Shooting quotas from the americas:

 

10m air pistol

boys - :MEX:CAN (first 3 places were for Mexicans, Canada 4th)

girls - :MEX:COL 

 

10m air rifle

boys - :MEX:ARG 

girls - :MEX:CHI (Argentina won the event but already used host quota in this one)

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intoronto    296

Can this thread be moved to the Olympic sub forum?

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intoronto    296

These countries should get shooting reallocations (15 nations without a quota). However, I am not clear on the system.

 

:JPN 

:MGL 

:AUT 

:TUR 

:UZB

:KAZ

:LAT

:DEN

:ROU

:SRI

:CRO 

:INA 

:MDA

:EST 

:KUW 

 

Note: USA would have gotten a reallocation, but I don't think they are interested in sending a team in shooting.

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For those interested in new sports the final qualifiers for break dancing will happen this weekend.

 

Here are the entries

 

Looking at the website it appears no tripartite invitations was given (since they advertised 11+Argentina boys and girls will qualify) which is weird as there are a couple of tripartite nations that have made the finals. I guess the NOC didn't know about them. Also due to continental requirements Australia will qualify one of their boys while South Africa's Jordan has already qualified. No athletes from Africa and Oceania are competing in the girls' events.

 

I wonder if at the Olympics they will be referred to by their real or stage name.

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bestmen    652

the 23 july is the deadline for judo , the top 5 will qualify 

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