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Each team has 9 athletes

 

Also the 10th team for the men's tournament is currently Brazil, the highest ranked Pan American nation in the men's senior world rankings, since no other Pan American team participated at the U17 World Championship.

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1 hora atrás, JoshMartini007 disse:

Each team has 9 athletes

 

Also the 10th team for the men's tournament is currently Brazil, the highest ranked Pan American nation in the men's senior world rankings, since no other Pan American team participated at the U17 World Championship.

 

But technically Brazil withdrew from the tournament, and we still get the quota anyway? If this is the case, fantastic news. 

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1 hour ago, thiago_simoes said:

 

But technically Brazil withdrew from the tournament, and we still get the quota anyway? If this is the case, fantastic news. 

 

There's also a rule where a team can only have one team sport (beach handball, futsal, hockey5 and rugby sevens) per gender. Brazil may pick futsal should they qualify. Should they decline it looks like Uruguay would be the next nation to be offered a spot.

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Just to confirm the Hockey5s tournament will now be a 12 team tournament with Argentina getting a quota for both genders and each of the five continents getting two spots. The 12th team will go to the third place team from a random draw (see below), should the third place team from that continent decline the spot moves to the next continent.

 

For the boys (Oceania > Asia > Europe > Africa > Pan America) and for girls (Africa > Asia > Europe > Oceania > Pan America)

 

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I’m a bit confused by the wording for the BMX team qualification

 

The YOG BMX Juniors Nations Ranking (to be published by 1 November 2017) is calculated by considering the best rank from the following rankings:

 

E. UCI  Men  Juniors BMX nations  ranking  following the  2017  Men  Juniors  BMX World Championships (published 01 August 2017)

F. UCI  Women  Juniors BMX nations  ranking  following the  2017  Women  Juniors BMX World Championships (published 01 August 2017)

 

Ties are broken by the remaining rank. If ties still exists, the E rank is decisive.

 

The  13  best  ranked  nations  in  the  YOG  BMX  Juniors  Nations  Ranking  will  qualify

their NOC.

 

Are we adding the two rankings or taking the best male and female athlete and making a ranking from that? It sounded like they wanted to combined the rankings, but the tie breaker point confuses me (what is remaining rank?). We could wait until November, but regardless the same 13 nations qualify

 

:AUS:BRA:CAN:COL:FRA:GBR:JPN:LAT:NED:NZL:RUS:SUI:USA

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The ISSF has allocated its tripartite quotas.

 

Men’s 10m Rifle

:BAN

:BIH

 

Women’s 10m Rifle

:LIE

:PAK

:SUD

:UAE

 

Men’s 10m Pistol

:ALB

 

Women’s 10m Pistol

:IRQ

:MYA

 

The other quotas; four men’s rifle, two women’s rifle, five men’s pistol and four women’s pistol have been reallocated as wild cards.

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mrv86    157

2017 World Rowing Junior Championships Quotas

 

Girls Single Sculls

:ESP  :RSA  :FRA  :BEL  :SWE  (top 5 JW1x)

:GBR  :GER  (top 2 JW2x)

:ROU  (top JW4x)

 

Reallocation: :NED  :CAN

 

Girls Pairs

:ROU  :GRE  :GER  :LTU  :ITA (top 5 JW2-)

:CRO  :USA  (top 2 JW4-; Romania finished second, but they had a better placement in JW2-)

:CZE  (top JW8+)

 

Reallocation: :CHN  :POL

 

Boys Single Sculls

:USA  :GER  :RSA  :DEN  :TUR  (top 5 JM1x)

:AUS  :BLR  (top 2 JM2x)

:SUI  (top JM4x)

 

Reallocation: :NOR  :GRE

 

Boys Pairs

:CRO  :ROU  :TUR  :UZB  :MEX  (top 5 JM2-; New Zealand finished fifth, but they had a better placement in JM4-)

:GBR  :NZL  (top 2 JM4-)

:GER  (top JM8+)

 

Reallocation: :MDA  :ITA

 

 

 

 

 

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uk12points    289
On 06/08/2017 at 18:11, mrv86 said:

2017 World Rowing Junior Championships Quotas

 

Girls Single Sculls

:ESP  :RSA  :FRA  :BEL  :SWE  (top 5 JW1x)

:GBR  :GER  (top 2 JW2x)

:ROU  (top JW4x)

 

Reallocation: :NED  :CAN

 

Girls Pairs

:ROU  :GRE  :GER  :LTU  :ITA (top 5 JW2-)

:CRO  :USA  (top 2 JW4-; Romania finished second, but they had a better placement in JW2-)

:CZE  (top JW8+)

 

Reallocation: :CHN  :POL

 

Boys Single Sculls

:USA  :GER  :RSA  :DEN  :TUR  (top 5 JM1x)

:AUS  :BLR  (top 2 JM2x)

:SUI  (top JM4x)

 

Reallocation: :NOR  :GRE

 

Boys Pairs

:CRO  :ROU  :TUR  :UZB  :MEX  (top 5 JM2-; New Zealand finished fifth, but they had a better placement in JM4-)

:GBR  :NZL  (top 2 JM4-)

:GER  (top JM8+)

 

Reallocation: :MDA  :ITA

 

 

 

 

 

@mrv86

 

I think each country is only allowed to qualify 1 boat per gender, FISA-Rowing.pdf

So that changes the quota a little bit:

 

Men's Single Sculls: :AUS:BLR:DEN:GRE:NOR:RSA:SUI:USA

Men's Pair: :CRO:GER:GBR:MEX:NZL:ROU:TUR:UZB

 

Women's Single Sculls: :BEL:CAN:FRA:GER:GBR:RSA:ESP:SWE

Women's Pair: :CHN:CRO:CZE:GRE:ITA:LTU:ROU:USA

 

 

 

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mrv86    157
16 hours ago, uk12points said:

@mrv86

 

I think each country is only allowed to qualify 1 boat per gender, FISA-Rowing.pdf

So that changes the quota a little bit:

 

 

A little misinterpretation of the rules on my part :p

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hckosice    694

Just read in our medias that Slovakia will host one of the 4 European Qualifying groups in Futsal (from 1st to 4th November 2017)

 

Only the top 16 UEFA futsal countries U17 will compete, divided in 4 qualifying groups and one of them will be held in SVK (probably in Bratislava)

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39 minutes ago, hckosice said:

Just read in our medias that Slovakia will host one of the 4 European Qualifying groups in Futsal (from 1st to 4th November 2017)

 

Only the top 16 UEFA futsal countries U17 will compete, divided in 4 qualifying groups and one of them will be held in SVK (probably in Bratislava)

 

To make things crazier they will rank the winning teams and the top 2 will make it to the Youth Olympics.

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hckosice    694
4 hours ago, JoshMartini007 said:

 

To make things crazier they will rank the winning teams and the top 2 will make it to the Youth Olympics.

 

Really ? :facepalm:

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