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  1. Total number of qualified athletes reduced by 30 from 390 in Rio 2016 to 360 in Tokyo 2020 for number of participants per event there is double starters for athletes whom qualified in any other event and achieved MQS in any other event you can check below file for number if entries by NOC "DS means double starter" OG BRA 2016 Number of Entries by NOC 20160718.pdf
  2. Asia, Africa , Pam-America, and Europe get the same quota 4 . Africa get 2 more as Egypt and Tunisia finished in the top 12 in 2019 WCH and Pan-America get 1 more Quota as Brazil finished in the top 12 teams .
  3. Following the IHF Council decision on the fringe of the 2018 IHF Super Globe in Doha, Qatar on October 18, IHF World Championships will expand to include 32 teams from 2021 onwards. The change will begin with the 27th IHF Men’s World Championship in Egypt, making the event in Germany and Denmark the last senior men’s event that was contested between 24 nations. The compulsory and performance places for senior events are distributed as follows from now on. As is currently the case, the World Championship organiser will be directly qualified, along with the reigning world champions. In the case that there is more than one organiser, the number of compulsory places (outlined below) for the organisers’ continent will be reduced. In addition, there will be 12 performance places for the Continental Confederations, which are based on the teams ranked 1-12 of the preceding World Championship. The compulsory places awarded to each Continental Confederation will be divided as follows: four places each for Africa, Asia, Europe and Pan America. Within Pan America, one place is available for the North America and Caribbean Zone, while three are allocated to the South and Central America Zone. One additional place is available for Oceania, but only in the case where that national team ranks fifth or higher at the Asian Championship. If no Oceania team places among the top five at the Asian Championship, the IHF will award a Wild Card. In order to guarantee the quality of the World Championship, the IHF shall evaluate the distribution of compulsory places following each event. The IHF shall have the right to amend the compulsory places for the next-but-one edition of the World Championship. For example, any subsequent amendments from evaluation of the 2021 World Championship will apply from 2023. 2021 IHF Men’s World Championship For the 2021 Men’s World Championship in Egypt, 2019 world champions Denmark and the host nation are already qualified. According to the new rules and taking into consideration the results of the 2019 Men’s World Championship, the remaining 30 places are distributed as follows: Africa: 6 Asia: 4 Europe: 13 Pan America: 5 (1 for the North America and the Caribbean Zone and 4 for the South and Central America Zone) Oceania: One additional place is available for Oceania, but only in the case where that national team ranks fifth or higher at the Asian Championship. If no Oceania team places among the top five at the Asian Championship, the IHF will award a Wild Card. Wild Card: awarded by the IHF http://www.ihf.info/en-us/mediacentre/news/newsdetails.aspx?ID=6397
  4. [hide] Final Round January 25th - January 27th, 2018 8 Nations, Placement Matches, Semifinals, Bronze Medal Match and Gold Medal Match Bronze Medal Match Date & Time (GMT +1) Nation 1 T1 T2 Nation 2 January 27th 2019, h. 14:30 France 3 Germany Gold Medal Match Date & Time (GMT +1) Nation 1 T1 T2 Nation 2 January 27th 2019, h. 17:30 Denmark 8 Norway [/hide]
  5. [hide] Final Round January 25th - January 27th, 2018 8 Nations, Placement Matches, Semifinals, Bronze Medal Match and Gold Medal Match Semifinals Date & Time (GMT +1) Nation 1 T1 T2 Nation 2 January 25th 2019, h. 17:30 Denmark 3 France January 25th 2019, h. 20:30 Germany 3 Norway [/hide]
  6. [hide] Main Round January 19th - January 23rd, 2018 12 Nations, 2 Groups, the 1st and 2nd Nations from each Group will qualify for the Semifinals Group I Date & Time (GMT +1) Nation 1 T1 T2 Nation 2 January 19th 2019, h. 18:00 France 3 Spain January 19th 2019, h. 20:30 Germany 4 Iceland January 20th 2019, h. 18:00 Brazil 5 Croatia January 20th 2019, h. 20:30 Iceland 3 France January 21st 2019, h. 18:00 Spain 4 Brazil January 21st 2019, h. 20:30 Croatia 1 Germany January 23rd 2019, h. 15:30 Brazil 3 Iceland January 23rd 2019, h. 18:00 Germany 2 Spain January 23rd 2019, h. 20:30 France 4 Croatia Group II Date & Time (GMT +1) Nation 1 T1 T2 Nation 2 January 19th 2019, h. 18:00 Tunisia 6 Sweden January 19th 2019, h. 20:30 Denmark 7 Hungary January 20th 2019, h. 18:00 Norway 3 Egypt January 20th 2019, h. 20:30 Hungary 3 Tunisia January 21st 2019, h. 18:00 Sweden 2 Norway January 21st 2019, h. 20:30 Egypt 6 Denmark January 23rd 2019, h. 15:30 Tunisia 4 Egypt January 23rd 2019, h. 18:00 Norway 3 Hungary January 23rd 2019, h. 20:30 Denmark 1 Sweden [/hide]
  7. [hide] Preliminary Round January 10th - January 17th, 2018 24 Nations, 4 Groups, the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Nations from each Group will qualify for the Main Round Group A Date & Time (GMT +1) Nation 1 T1 T2 Nation 2 January 10th 2019, h. 18:15 Germany 10 Korea January 11th 2019, h. 18:00 Serbia 2 Russia January 11th 2019, h. 20:30 Brazil 8 France January 12th 2019, h. 15:30 Russia 8 Korea January 12th 2019, h. 18:15 Germany 7 Brazil January 12th 2019, h. 20:30 France 6 Serbia January 14th 2019, h. 15:30 Serbia 4 Brazil January 14th 2019, h. 18:00 Russia 5 Germany January 14th 2019, h. 20:30 France 15 Korea January 15th 2019, h. 15:30 Russia 1 Brazil January 15th 2019, h. 18:00 Korea 8 Serbia January 15th 2019, h. 20:30 Germany 2 France January 17th 2019, h. 15:30 Brazil 8 Korea January 17th 2019, h. 18:00 Germany 7 Serbia January 17th 2019, h. 20:30 France 6 Russia Group B Date & Time (GMT +1) Nation 1 T1 T2 Nation 2 January 11th 2019, h. 15:00 Japan 4 Macedonia January 11th 2019, h. 18:00 Iceland 3 Croatia January 11th 2019, h. 20:30 Bahrain 13 Spain January 13th 2019, h. 14:00 Macedonia 7 Bahrain January 13th 2019, h. 16:30 Croatia 8 Japan January 13th 2019, h. 19:00 Spain 4 Iceland January 14th 2019, h. 15:30 Iceland 6 Bahrain January 14th 2019, h. 18:00 Croatia 2 Macedonia January 14th 2019, h. 20:30 Spain 7 Japan January 16th 2019, h. 15:30 Japan 3 Iceland January 16th 2019, h. 18:00 Croatia 10 Bahrain January 16th 2019, h. 20:30 Macedonia 3 Spain January 17th 2019, h. 15:30 Bahrain 1 Japan January 17th 2019, h. 18:00 Macedonia 2 Iceland January 17th 2019, h. 20:30 Spain 6 Croatia Group C Date & Time (GMT +1) Nation 1 T1 T2 Nation 2 January 10th 2019, h. 20:15 Chile 13 Denmark January 11th 2019, h. 18:00 Saudi Arabia 14 Austria January 11th 2019, h. 20:30 Tunisia 6 Norway January 12th 2019, h. 15:00 Austria 7 Chile January 12th 2019, h. 17:30 Norway 15 Saudi Arabia January 12th 2019, h. 20:15 Denmark 7 Tunisia January 14th 2019, h. 15:00 Tunisia 5 Chile January 14th 2019, h. 17:30 Norway 7 Austria January 14th 2019, h. 20:15 Denmark 18 Saudi Arabia January 15th 2019, h. 16:15 Saudi Arabia 8 Tunisia January 15th 2019, h. 18:30 Norway 11 Chile January 15th 2019, h. 20:45 Austria 6 Denmark January 17th 2019, h. 15:00 Chile 2 Saudi Arabia January 17th 2019, h. 17:30 Austria 2 Tunisia January 17th 2019, h. 20:15 Denmark 6 Norway Group D Date & Time (GMT +1) Nation 1 T1 T2 Nation 2 January 11th 2019, h. 15:30 Angola 10 Qatar January 11th 2019, h. 18:00 Argentina 3 Hungary January 11th 2019, h. 20:30 Egypt 6 Sweden January 13th 2019, h. 15:30 Qatar 4 Egypt January 13th 2019, h. 18:00 Hungary 8 Angola January 13th 2019, h. 20:30 Sweden 7 Argentina January 14th 2019, h. 15:30 Hungary 2 Qatar January 14th 2019, h. 18:00 Argentina 5 Egypt January 14th 2019, h. 20:30 Sweden 12 Angola January 16th 2019, h. 15:30 Angola 6 Argentina January 16th 2019, h. 18:00 Hungary 1 Egypt January 16th 2019, h. 20:30 Qatar 8 Sweden January 17th 2019, h. 15:30 Egypt 10 Angola January 17th 2019, h. 18:00 Qatar 4 Argentina January 17th 2019, h. 20:30 Sweden 7 Hungary [/hide]
  8. They already have updated it https://www.iwf.net/qualif/menu/
  9. should be WT ranking If the quota place was obtained through the WT Olympic Ranking or WT Grand Slam Champion Series, it will be reallocated to the NOC of the next highest ranked athlete in the same weight category based on the WT Olympic Ranking which reflected result until Grand Prix Final of December 2019, respecting the maximum number of athletes per NOC specified in paragraph
  10. For the qualification events calendar i have it till now waiting for other sports qualification pdf Competition.xlsx
  11. Baseball/Softball: Baseball-Softball Tokyo 2020 Qualification System.pdf
  12. Rowing: Rowing Tokyo 2020 Qualification System.pdf
  13. badminton The Same as Rio 2016 Badminton Tokyo 2020 Qualification System.pdf
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