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How Many Athletes will Your Nation Qualify for the Summer Olympic Games 2020?

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Yeah, Europeans don't need to worry about being "tourists" if they can qualify through world or continental qualifiers.

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Poland

 

icon_oly01.png Archery: 4 / 2 / 0              Our "federation" will probably ruin it.


icon_oly03.png Artistic Swimming: 0 / 0 / 0           It barely exists here.

icon_oly02.png Athletics: 80 / 70 / 50              We're European powerhouse.

icon_oly04.png Badminton: 4 / 2 / 1             Someone will surely qualify, but that's it.

icon_oly29.png Baseball: 0 / 0 / 0               It would be great if our boys will qualify for the European Championships, but the our are not too big.

icon_oly05.png Basketball: 4 / 4 / 0          It would be an upset i our men's 3x3 team won't qualify.

icon_oly26.png Beach Volleyball: 8 / 4 / 2           We have some good pairs.

icon_oly06.png Boxing: 3 / 2 / 1             Again, someone should make it.

icon_oly07.png Canoeing - Slalom: 4 / 2 / 1            Hard to say atm.

icon_oly07.png Canoeing - Sprint: 15 / 12 / 10          There will be some medal chances.

icon_oly08.png Cycling - BMX: 0 / 0 / 0               It's a surprise if someone from Poland starts in a professional international competition.

icon_oly08.png Cycling - Mountain Bike: 5 / 3 / 2         We are 2nd in the women's ranking atm and 9th at men's.

icon_oly08.png Cycling - Road: 8 / 6 / 5             Simiralry to Rio Olympics (7 were there).

icon_oly08.png Cycling - Track: 12 / 10 / 8          Should be more than in Rio (8 were there), we have some talents.

icon_oly03.png Diving: 0 / 0 / 0           Maybe in Paris.

icon_oly09.png Equestrian: 3 / 1 / 0       We're left with memories.

icon_oly10.png Fencing: 8 / 6 / 4         Women's epee or foil team should make it.

icon_oly15.png Field Hockey: 0 / 0 / 0      Hardly any chances.

icon_oly11.png Football: 18 / 0 / 0        Men's team has some (but very small) chances, while women's team is already eliminated.

icon_oly13.png Golf: 1 / 0 / 0             Maybe Adrian Meronk will be able to qualify.

icon_oly12.png Gymnastics - Artistic: 2 / 1 / 0         Someone in women's events should make it.

icon_oly12.png Gymnastics - Rhythmic: 0 / 0 / 0        The group did quite well at European Champs, but it's still not enough.

icon_oly12.png Gymnastics - Trampoline: 0 / 0 / 0            No way.

icon_oly14.png Handball: 12 / 0 / 0           The men's team is in the biggest slump ever and the only way for them to qualify is to be win European Championsips, but maybe women's one would make it.

icon_oly16.png Judo: 6 / 4 / 3          Not more than a team.

icon_oly29.png Karate: 3 / 2 / 1          Those qoutas are small, but someone should make it.

icon_oly17.png Modern Pentathlon: 4 / 3 / 2         Probably 2 in women's and 1 man.

icon_oly18.png Rowing: 30 / 28 / 24                  There will be medals.

icon_oly19.png Rugby Sevens: 0 / 0 / 0           Our teams are not bad, but not good enough.

icon_oly20.png Sailing: 15 / 10 / 5            Should be better than in Rio. I see chances for full quota.

icon_oly21.png Shooting: 7 / 5 / 3           Simirarly to Rio (5 were there).

icon_oly29.png Skateboarding: 1 / 1 / 0        Amelia Brodka should make it in park, as she's an European Champion.

icon_oly29.png Softball: 0 / 0 / 0                  Our team is able to qualify for the OQT but this is an absolute maximum.

icon_oly29.png Sport Climbing: 2 / 1 / 0         We have specialists in speed, but I think someone will be able to qualify for the combined.

icon_oly29.png Surfing: 0 / 0 / 0         Two guys in this country do it, but they're not good enough.

icon_oly03.png Swimming: 22 / 18 / 14       Maybe a bit less than in Rio (there were 20).

icon_oly22.png Table Tennis: 6 / 6 / 4     Probably both teams as in Rio.

icon_oly23.png Taekwondo: 6 / 4 / 2        Should be better than in Rio (2 men were there).

icon_oly24.png Tennis: 8 / 5 / 3            Probably 1 man in singles and pair in doubles and 2 women in singles and pair in doubles. So someone will start in mixed as always.

icon_oly25.png Triathlon: 2 / 1 / 0       Probably one woman.

icon_oly26.png Volleyball: 12 / 12 / 0            Men's team should make it.

icon_oly03.png Water Polo: 0 / 0 / 0            We're just weak.

icon_oly27.png Weightlifting: 5 / 4 / 3                Don't care because doping btw...

icon_oly28.png Wrestling: 11 / 9 / 7             Little more than in Rio (8 were there).


2020Tokyo.png.5b0ae7e11858b8cd415a9f2123 Total Sports: 33 / 30 / 22

2020Tokyo.png.5b0ae7e11858b8cd415a9f2123 Optimistic Total Athletes: 331 (most ever, 306 were at Moscow 1980)

2020Tokyo.png.5b0ae7e11858b8cd415a9f2123 Realistic Total Athletes: 238 (5 less than in Rio)

2020Tokyo.png.5b0ae7e11858b8cd415a9f2123 Pessimistic Total Athletes: 155 (fewest since Seoul 1988 - 143)

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Dnia 1.08.2018 o 21:49, szy123 napisał:

Poland

 

icon_oly01.png Archery: 4 / 2 / 0              Our "federation" will probably ruin it.


icon_oly03.png Artistic Swimming: 0 / 0 / 0           It barely exists here.

icon_oly02.png Athletics: 80 / 70 / 50              We're European powerhouse.

icon_oly04.png Badminton: 4 / 2 / 1             Someone will surely qualify, but that's it.

icon_oly29.png Baseball: 0 / 0 / 0               It would be great if our boys will qualify for the European Championships, but the our are not too big.

icon_oly05.png Basketball: 4 / 4 / 0          It would be an upset i our men's 3x3 team won't qualify.

icon_oly26.png Beach Volleyball: 8 / 4 / 2           We have some good pairs.

icon_oly06.png Boxing: 3 / 2 / 1             Again, someone should make it.

icon_oly07.png Canoeing - Slalom: 4 / 2 / 1            Hard to say atm.

icon_oly07.png Canoeing - Sprint: 15 / 12 / 10          There will be some medal chances.

icon_oly08.png Cycling - BMX: 0 / 0 / 0               It's a surprise if someone from Poland starts in a professional international competition.

icon_oly08.png Cycling - Mountain Bike: 5 / 3 / 2         We are 2nd in the women's ranking atm and 9th at men's.

icon_oly08.png Cycling - Road: 8 / 6 / 5             Simiralry to Rio Olympics (7 were there).

icon_oly08.png Cycling - Track: 12 / 10 / 8          Should be more than in Rio (8 were there), we have some talents.

icon_oly03.png Diving: 0 / 0 / 0           Maybe in Paris.

icon_oly09.png Equestrian: 3 / 1 / 0       We're left with memories.

icon_oly10.png Fencing: 8 / 6 / 4         Women's epee or foil team should make it.

icon_oly15.png Field Hockey: 0 / 0 / 0      Hardly any chances.

icon_oly11.png Football: 18 / 0 / 0        Men's team has some (but very small) chances, while women's team is already eliminated.

icon_oly13.png Golf: 1 / 0 / 0             Maybe Adrian Meronk will be able to qualify.

icon_oly12.png Gymnastics - Artistic: 2 / 1 / 0         Someone in women's events should make it.

icon_oly12.png Gymnastics - Rhythmic: 0 / 0 / 0        The group did quite well at European Champs, but it's still not enough.

icon_oly12.png Gymnastics - Trampoline: 0 / 0 / 0            No way.

icon_oly14.png Handball: 12 / 0 / 0           The men's team is in the biggest slump ever and the only way for them to qualify is to be win European Championsips, but maybe women's one would make it.

icon_oly16.png Judo: 6 / 4 / 3          Not more than a team.

icon_oly29.png Karate: 3 / 2 / 1          Those qoutas are small, but someone should make it.

icon_oly17.png Modern Pentathlon: 4 / 3 / 2         Probably 2 in women's and 1 man.

icon_oly18.png Rowing: 30 / 28 / 24                  There will be medals.

icon_oly19.png Rugby Sevens: 0 / 0 / 0           Our teams are not bad, but not good enough.

icon_oly20.png Sailing: 15 / 10 / 5            Should be better than in Rio. I see chances for full quota.

icon_oly21.png Shooting: 7 / 5 / 3           Simirarly to Rio (5 were there).

icon_oly29.png Skateboarding: 1 / 1 / 0        Amelia Brodka should make it in park, as she's an European Champion.

icon_oly29.png Softball: 0 / 0 / 0                  Our team is able to qualify for the OQT but this is an absolute maximum.

icon_oly29.png Sport Climbing: 2 / 1 / 0         We have specialists in speed, but I think someone will be able to qualify for the combined.

icon_oly29.png Surfing: 0 / 0 / 0         Two guys in this country do it, but they're not good enough.

icon_oly03.png Swimming: 22 / 18 / 14       Maybe a bit less than in Rio (there were 20).

icon_oly22.png Table Tennis: 6 / 6 / 4     Probably both teams as in Rio.

icon_oly23.png Taekwondo: 6 / 4 / 2        Should be better than in Rio (2 men were there).

icon_oly24.png Tennis: 8 / 5 / 3            Probably 1 man in singles and pair in doubles and 2 women in singles and pair in doubles. So someone will start in mixed as always.

icon_oly25.png Triathlon: 2 / 1 / 0       Probably one woman.

icon_oly26.png Volleyball: 12 / 12 / 0            Men's team should make it.

icon_oly03.png Water Polo: 0 / 0 / 0            We're just weak.

icon_oly27.png Weightlifting: 5 / 4 / 3                Don't care because doping btw...

icon_oly28.png Wrestling: 11 / 9 / 7             Little more than in Rio (8 were there).


2020Tokyo.png.5b0ae7e11858b8cd415a9f2123 Total Sports: 33 / 30 / 22

2020Tokyo.png.5b0ae7e11858b8cd415a9f2123 Optimistic Total Athletes: 331 (most ever, 306 were at Moscow 1980)

2020Tokyo.png.5b0ae7e11858b8cd415a9f2123 Realistic Total Athletes: 238 (5 less than in Rio)

2020Tokyo.png.5b0ae7e11858b8cd415a9f2123 Pessimistic Total Athletes: 155 (fewest since Seoul 1988 - 143)

Fajnie widzieć tu kogoś z Polski, pozdrawiam. Bardzo ciekawe te Twoje typy. Ja już planuję urlop w pracy na Tokio. Tym razem jeszcze przed tv, ale Paryż 2024 mam nadzieję zobaczyć już na miejscu. A potem, kto wie, może Warszawa 2044? :-) To byłoby moje marzenie. Pozdrawiam serdecznie. RG

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Dnia 1.08.2018 o 17:07, JoshMartini007 napisał:

Yeah, Europeans don't need to worry about being "tourists" if they can qualify through world or continental qualifiers.

Oh yeah,    I say the same all the time. Why not to send someone who went through the world or continental qualies. Or made the A or B standards in athletics or swimming. Because leaving some of them at home is our Polish speciality, sad but true.

 

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4 minutes ago, rafalgorka said:

Oh yeah,    I say the same all the time. Why not to send someone who went through the world or continental qualies. Or made the A or B standards in athletics or swimming. Because leaving some of them at home is our Polish speciality, sad but true.

 

 

Poland isn't too bad, maybe they left out a few people in athletics or decline to replace an injured athlete with another one. The Netherlands and Sweden are pretty bad, while in swimming for France they won't let you in unless you have a legit chance for a medal.

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Brazilian Olympic Committee wants to qualify 250 athletes for the Tokyo Olympics. I mostly agree with this number, even though I think they're a little optimistic.

 

 

icon_oly01.png Archery: 4 2 1

Brazil should qualify an athlete for each of the individual events (and with some luck, maybe even a men's team)


icon_oly03.png Artistic Swimming: 2 0 0

Federation doesn't seem to have much interest in this sport anymore and Brazil got worse in both events. A duet might be possible but even at the South American Games we didn't win gold.


icon_oly02.png Athletics: 50 40 30

I have no idea but I will guess a number close to the last World Championship (39).


icon_oly04.png Badminton: 2 1 1

Ygor Coelho should qualify in Men's Singles.


icon_oly29.png Baseball: 0

icon_oly05.png Basketball: 12 0 0

It's sad but we probably won't see our female team at the Olympics for the first time since 1992. The men's team might qualify but I wouldn't bet on it. The federation has zero interest about 3x3 so no chance of qualification there.


icon_oly26.png Beach Volleyball: 8 8 4

Brazil will easily reach the maximum quota here.


icon_oly06.png Boxing: 6 3 2

Most of the best athletes from the last Olympic cycles are gone, but we should at least qualify 2 men and 1 woman.


icon_oly07.png Canoeing - Slalom: 3 2 1

We should qualify 1 man (maybe 2) and 1 woman.


icon_oly07.png Canoeing - Sprint: 6 5 3

Brazil has the potential to qualify a full team in Canoe (4 to 6 athletes). As for Kayak, I'm not sure about our chances.


icon_oly08.png Cycling - BMX: 2 2 1

1 athlete from each gender. None for Freestyle.


icon_oly08.png Cycling - Mountain Bike: 3 2 2

1 athlete from each gender (maybe even 2 men).


icon_oly08.png Cycling - Road: 4 2 2
At least 1 for each gender, but maybe even more.


icon_oly08.png Cycling - Track: 2 1 0

1 athlete? Maybe none.


icon_oly03.png Diving: 3 1 0

Oof. That's a rough one. Most athletes from previous cycles are gone and the new generation is not that great. Maybe Ingrid Oliveira qualified, but I wouldn't be surprised if not.


icon_oly09.png Equestrian: 11 9 6

Eventing and Jumping teams, I guess? + 1 in Dressage.


icon_oly10.png Fencing: 8 6 4

1 Men's team (Foil?) + 3 individual athletes is possible.


icon_oly15.png Field Hockey: 0

icon_oly11.png Football: 36 18 18

Women's team is already qualified. As for the men, it will be harder (only 2 qualification spots for South America and Brazil's under-20 team is not really that good).


icon_oly13.png Golf: 2 1 1

No idea, maybe 1 man.


icon_oly12.png Gymnastics - Artistic: 8 8 5

Both teams have a decent chance of qualifying, but I don't think we will qualify individual athletes that are not part of the teams (unless, of course, if one of the teams doesn't qualify).


icon_oly12.png Gymnastics - Rhythmic: 6 0 0

It's hard to qualify in both events, but with the addition of Continental Championships as qualifications events, Brazil has a shot in groups. Gáudio is also better than she used to be in the individual event, so who knows...


icon_oly12.png Gymnastics - Trampoline: 1 0 0

Extremely hard qualification.


icon_oly14.png Handball: 28 14 14

Even if our level is not the same, I don't think we'll have much trouble in qualifying the women's team. About the men, it's always 50/50.


icon_oly16.png Judo: 14 12 10

Some time ago, I would say Brazil could qualify a full team here, but right now we're really bad in some of the men's events.


icon_oly29.png Karate: 4 2 2

Difficult qualification but Brazil has 3 athletes among the best in world rankings, which could indicate that they will at least qualify to Tokyo.


icon_oly17.png Modern Pentathlon: 2 1 0

Nobody close to the level of Yane Marques but continental qualification might help us.


icon_oly18.png Rowing: 3 1 0

Probably the one sport in which Brazil had zero progress in the last decade, not even with the home Olympics. But even being bad at this sport we usually manage to qualify a few athletes.


icon_oly19.png Rugby Sevens: 12 12 0

The women's team will probably qualify.


icon_oly20.png Sailing: 10 9 8

5 athletes (3 boats) are already qualified. 8 or 9 athletes (for a total of 6 or 7 boats) are very much possible.


icon_oly21.png Shooting: 4 3 2

3 to 4 men are possible, I guess?


icon_oly29.png Skateboarding: 10 8 6

Realistically, Brazil should qualify 2 athletes for each event (maybe even 3 in Street)


icon_oly29.png Softball: 0

icon_oly29.png Sport Climbing: 0

icon_oly29.png Surfing: 4 4 3

Full quota.


icon_oly03.png Swimming: 24 20 16

Like in the last world championships, Brazil should have a moderate number of athletes competing in the pool. It's likely that we'll also qualify 2 athletes in Marathon Swimming.


icon_oly22.png Table Tennis: 6 4 4

Men's team + at least one athlete in Women's Singles (team is also possible).


icon_oly23.png Taekwondo: 3 2 1
Very hard qualification. 1 man and maybe 1 woman should qualify.


icon_oly24.png Tennis: 5 3 2
Dire situation in Men's Singles (I don't think we will qualify anyone via ranking, unless there is massive withdrawals). Men's Doubles and maybe 1 woman (Haddad Maia) can qualify.


icon_oly25.png Triathlon: 2 2 1

1 athlete for each individual event.


icon_oly26.png Volleyball: 24 24 24

Only a disaster could prevent Brazil of qualifying both teams.


icon_oly03.png Water Polo: 11 0 0

Difficult for the men's team. Impossible for the women.


icon_oly27.png Weightlifting: 4 2 1

Federation is too messy and is basically preventing some athletes of achieve better results. Reis should qualify but otherwise nothing is certain (probably 1 woman).


icon_oly28.png Wrestling: 3 2 1

Qualification of 2 women is possible.



2020Tokyo.png.5b0ae7e11858b8cd415a9f2123 Total Sports: 35

2020Tokyo.png.5b0ae7e11858b8cd415a9f2123 Optimistic Total Athletes: 352

2020Tokyo.png.5b0ae7e11858b8cd415a9f2123 Realistic Total Athletes: 236

2020Tokyo.png.5b0ae7e11858b8cd415a9f2123 Pessimistic Total Athletes: 176

 

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Am 1.8.2018 um 16:58 schrieb EselTheDonkey:

I disagree with this. IMO, the more, the better. You already Need a good Performance to qualify, so I wouldn't call them tourists. Especially not in Badminton doubles, where only 16 doubles per discipline are allowed.

You still think so, even after the horror german fans had to witness at the european championships (especially in track events on the mens side)?

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Yes, I still think so. And I will continue to think so, no matter how bad some results will be. And I have seen many bad Championships from german athletes in different sports and none of these changed my mind. ;)

 

And aside from that: Despite some disappointments, which every federation had, I am very satisfied with the german athletes in Berlin. So far Germany has won the most medals, so clearly it couldn't have been all that horrible. Especially compared to Zürich four years ago, which really was a severe disappointment for Germany.

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CZECH REPUBLIC :CZE 
 

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icon_oly01.png Archery: Currently there is nobody capable to qualify to Tokyo. 

icon_oly03.png Artistic Swimming: 

 

:CZECzech Women's Team

 

Czech synchronized swimming has been forming a young talented team which might succeed to qualify for Tokyo 2020. The first chance is that they finish 1st - 7th place at the World Aquatics championship 2019 in South Korea. If so, they will qualify team and automatically also a duet. The second chance would be at the 2020 Final Olympic qualifying tournament, where will be given other 3 spots for teams. 

 

:CZE Czech Women's Duet

 

If Czech women's qualifies, automatically is qualified also duet. If not, there are other ways how to qualify a duet. First, Czech duet would have to place at the first position of non-qualified countries at the 2019 European champions Cup. Last chance would be at the final Olympic qualifying tournament, where will compete countries which will have not qualified any swimmers. There will be selected other 7 duets to compete at the Olympics. 

icon_oly02.png Athletics: 

 

Name Discipline Probability
Zdeněk Stromšík 100m 60%
Jan Veleba 100m 40%
Dominik Záleský 100m 50%
Jan Jirka 200m 35%
Pavel Maslák 400m 95%
Michal Desenský 400m 50%
Patrik Šorm 400m 65%
Daniel Němeček 400m 40%
Lukáš Hoďboď 800m 60%
Filip Šnejdr 800m 60%
Jakub Holuša 1.500m 95%
Filip Sasínek 1.500m 75%
Jakub Zemaník 10.000 m 25%
Michal Brož 400m hurdles 50%
Vít Müller 400m hurdles 60%
Martin Tuček 400m hurdles 35%
Jan Tesař 400m, 400m h. 35%
Men's Relay 4x100m   55%
Men's Relay 4x400m   75%
Jan Kudlička Pole Vault 80%
Radek Juška Long Jump 90%
Tomáš Staněk Shot Put 95%
Ladislav Prášil Shot Put 70%
Petr Frydrych Javelin Throw 60%
Jakub Vadlejch Javelin Throw 95%
Vítězslav Veselý Javelin Throw 60%
Jaroslav Jílek Javelin Throw 60%
Jan Doležal Decathlon 60%
Marek Lukáš Decathlon 40%
Adam Helcelet Decathlon 80%
Jiří Sýkora Decathlon 60%
Klára Seidlová 100m 40%
Marcela Pírková 200m 50%
Zdeňka Seidlová 400 m 50%
Alena Symerská 400m 35%
Lada Vondrová 400m 65%
Barbora Malíková 400m 75%
Kristiina Mäki 1.500m 55%
Diana Mezulianiková 1.500m 65%
Simona Vrzalová 1.500m 70%
Eva Vrabcová Marathon 80%
Zuzana Hejnová 400m hurdles 90%
Lucie Sekanová 3.000m steeple 55%
Anežka Drahotová 20km Walk 85%
Women's Relay 4x100m   55%
Women's Relay 4x400m   65%
Michaela Hrubá High Jump 80%
Jiřína Ptáčníková Pole Vault 50%
Romana Maláčová Pole Vault 55%
Amálie Švábiková Pole Vault 75%
Lada Pejchalová High Jump 60%
Eliška Staňková Discus Throw 55%
Nikol Ogrodníková Javelin Throw 85%
Barbora Špotáková Javelin Throw 85%
Irena Šedivá Javelin Throw 60%
Kateřina Šafránková Hammer Throw 65%
Kateřina Cachová Heptathlon 80%
Eliška Klučinová Heptathlon 75%
Jiří Homoláč Marathon 45%

 

Michal Balner Pole Vault 40%
Tomáš Voňavka Discus Throw 30%
Marek Bárta Discus Throw 40%
Lukáš Melich Hammer Throw 55%
Lucie Koudelová 100m hurdles 50%
Petr Svoboda 110m hurdles 50%
Lucie Májková Triple Jump 30%
Lukáš Gdula Walk 60%
Pavel Schorm Walk 35%
Jan Kubista 800m 55%
Barbora Procházková 100m 40%
Kateřina Skypalová Hammer Throw 55%
Marek Bakalár 100m 40%
Nikola Bendová 100m 65%
Barbora Dvořáková 100m 40%
Lucie Domská 100m 40%
Moira Stewartová 5.000m 40%
Kateřina Dvořáková 100m hurdles 40%
Nikola Strachová High Jump 40%
Jiří Zeman Triple Jump 40%
Pavla Kuklová Hammer Throw 40%

 

 

I added names, who will probably be fighting to qualify to Tokyo. In 2019 might be added more names. Every athlete will qualify according to the IAAF Olympic Ranking.  All current world ranking is available here: https://worldrankings-staging.aws.iaaf.org/world-rankings/100m/men

 



icon_oly04.png Badminton: 

Name Discipline Probability
Adam Mendrek Singles 65%
Milan Ludík Singles 60%
Jan Louda Singles 45%
Ondřej Král Singles 30%
Kateřina Tomalová Singles 35%
Zuzana Pavelková Singles 25%
Tereza Švábíková Singles 25%
Jaromír Janáček Doubles 30%
Tomáš Švejda Doubles 30%
Michaela Fuchsová Doubles 40%
Jakub Bitman Mixed Doubles 70%
Alžběta Bášová Doubles, Mix 70%

 

I named all Czech athletes who might possibly fight for Tokyo. Current world badminton ranking is here: https://bwfbadminton.com/rankings/ ... Olympic ranking has not started yet. 



icon_oly29.png Baseball: :CZE Czech Men's Team

 

The way how Czech team can qualify is following. At the European baseball championships 2019 they have to place from 1st to 5th place to earn the spot in Europe/Africa qualifying event, which will be held in February 2020. At this event will be 6 teams and only 1 will make it to Olympics. If Czech team does not win this tournament, but will place second, earns the spot for the last qualifying event which will be held in March or April 2020. Six teams will compete. Three of the teams will come from runners-up in the qualifying events above (second place in Africa/Europe, second and third places in Americas). Two more spots in this event will be granted to the best two finishers in the 2019 Asian Baseball Championship that have not already qualified for the Olympics. The winner of the 2019 Oceania qualifying event will also earn a spot in this tournament. From this final qualifying tournament, only one team will make it to Olympics. 

icon_oly05.png Basketball: 

 

:CZECzech Men's Basketball Team

 

How to qualify: Czech team qualified after long 37 years to World Championships, which will be in 2019 in China. They can directly qualify to Olympics from there. No matter what place they will rank, they have to be at most second best European team. This will give them certainty to participate Tokyo 2020. If they will not succeed, there will be four tournaments of Olympic qualification to Tokyo 2020. Each tournament will participate 6 teams and only winner can make it to Olympics. Regarding Czech team qualified for the world championships and if they did not succeed to qualify directly to Olympics, they would probably have sure participation at the Olympic qualifying tournament. 

 

:CZECzech Women's Basketball Team

 

The only way to qualify for Czech Female team is to succeed in one fo the Olympic qualifying events, which will be held in 2020. Places and dates haven't been established. To earn spot at the Olympic qualifying tournament, Czech female basketball must place on 1st to 6th sport at Women's EuroBasket 2019. 

 

:CZECzech Men's 3x3 Basketball Team

 

First 4 teams in world ranking as of November 2019 will qualify automatically. Other 16 team will qualify for other 3 qualifying tournaments from which will qualify to Olympics one team from each tournament. Last spot will be given at 2020 FIBA Universality-driven Olympic Qualifying Tournament, where will be 5 highest non-qualified ranked teams. All depends on the federation ranking, not the team ranking. 

 

:CZECzech Women's 3x3 Basketball Team

 

First 4 teams in world ranking as of November 2019 will qualify automatically. Other 16 team will qualify for other 3 qualifying tournaments from which will qualify to Olympics one team from each tournament. Last spot will be given at 2020 FIBA Universality-driven Olympic Qualifying Tournament, where will be 5 highest non-qualified ranked teams. All depends on the federation ranking, not the team ranking. 

icon_oly26.png Beach Volleyball: 

 

The highest possiblity for Czech beach volleyball players is to qualify according to World Beach Volleyball Ranking. The best 15 teams who will not have qualified yet, will be selected to compete at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics according to ranking in 2020 (date has not been specified yet) . Maximum is two pairs per NOC. In Czech are currently fighting for qualification following pairs. 

 

:CZE Czech Men's Beach Volleyball Pairs

 

Ondřej Perušic / David Schweiner

Jan Dumek / Václav Berčík

 

:CZE Czech Women's Beach Volleyball Pairs

 

Barbora Hermannová / Markéta Sluková Nausch

Martina Bonnerová / Šárka Nakládalová



icon_oly06.png Boxing: 

 

Czech boxer, who might be able to qualify for Tokyo 2020.

 

Miroslav Korol 

Zdeněk Chládek

Jana Prokešová 

Nella Freiherová

Petra Laštovková

Kateřina Humlová

Martina Schmoranzová

Alice Šrámková

Erik Agateljan

Vitalij Bojko



icon_oly07.png Canoeing - Slalom: 

 

As it is more than tradition, I truly believe, that Czech Republic will have participants in all slalom categories. Each category is limited to one boat per each NOC. The first qulifying event should be 2019 World championships. 

 

:CZE Czech Team - Name list who will fight for spot

K1 Men: Jiří Prskavec, Ondřej Tunka, Vít Přindiš, Vavřinec Hradílek

K1 Women: Kateřina Kudějová, Barbora Valíková, Amálie Hilgertová, Veronika Vojtová, Karolína Galušková

C1 Women: Tereza Fišerová, Monika Jančová, Eva Říhová, Kateřina Havlíčková

C1 Men: Lukáš Rohan, Václav Chaloupka, Tomáš Rak, Michal Jáně

icon_oly07.png Canoeing - Sprint: 

 

:CZE Czech Team - Who might qualify?

 

C1 1000m Men: Martin Fuksa

C2 1000m Men: Martin Fuksa & Petr Fuksa / Filip Dvořák & Tomáš Janda

K1 200m Men: Filip Šváb

K1 1000m Men: Josef Dostál

K2 1000m Men: Lukáš Nepraš & Lukáš Trefil / Jakub Špicar & Daniel Havel

K4 500m Men: one boat - squad changes

 

C1 200m Women: Jana Ježová

C2 500m Women: Lenka Součková & Jana Ježová

K1 200m Women: Anna Kožíšková, Sofie Kinclová

K1 500m Women: Sofie Kinclová, Anna Kožíšková

K2 500m Women: Eliška Betlachová & Jana Krpatová

K4 500m Women

icon_oly08.png Cycling - BMX: add your text/number here

icon_oly08.png Cycling - Mountain Bike: add your text/number here

icon_oly08.png Cycling - Road: add your text/number here

icon_oly08.png Cycling - Track: add your text/number here

icon_oly03.png Diving: add your text/number here

icon_oly09.png Equestrian: add your text/number here

icon_oly10.png Fencing: add your text/number here

icon_oly15.png Field Hockey: add your text/number here

icon_oly11.png Football: add your text/number here

icon_oly13.png Golf: add your text/number here

icon_oly12.png Gymnastics - Artistic: add your text/number here

icon_oly12.png Gymnastics - Rhythmic: add your text/number here

icon_oly12.png Gymnastics - Trampoline: add your text/number here

icon_oly14.png Handball: add your text/number here

icon_oly16.png Judo: 

 

Name Category Probability
Lukáš Krpálek + 100kg 95%
David Klammert - 90 kg 70%
David Pulkrábek - 60 kg 60%
Ivan Petr - 81 kg 50%
Pavel Petřikov - 66 kg 70%
Michal Horák - 100 kg 65%
Jaromír Musil - 81 kg 55%
Jakub Ječmínek - 73 kg 55%
Jiří Petr - 90 kg 45%
Markéta Paulusová + 78 kg 40%
Alice Matějíčková - 78 kg 60%
Radek Hecl - 100 kg 50%
Michaela Kuliková - 63 kg 40%
Věra Zemanová - 57 kg 35%



icon_oly29.png Karate: add your text/number here

icon_oly17.png Modern Pentathlon: add your text/number here

icon_oly18.png Rowing: add your text/number here

icon_oly19.png Rugby Sevens: add your text/number here

icon_oly20.png Sailing: add your text/number here

icon_oly21.png Shooting: add your text/number here

icon_oly29.png Skateboarding: add your text/number here

icon_oly29.png Softball: add your text/number here

icon_oly29.png Sport Climbing: add your text/number here

icon_oly29.png Surfing: add your text/number here

icon_oly03.png Swimming: add your text/number here

icon_oly22.png Table Tennis: add your text/number here

icon_oly23.png Taekwondo: add your text/number here

icon_oly24.png Tennis: add your text/number here

icon_oly25.png Triathlon: add your text/number here

icon_oly26.png Volleyball: add your text/number here

icon_oly03.png Water Polo: add your text/number here

icon_oly27.png Weightlifting: add your text/number here

icon_oly28.png Wrestling: add your text/number here

Edited by Jan Linha
I opened it as editable post. I want to keep changing information regarding the Olympic qualifiacation. Add names, qualifying standarts, etc

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On 25/7/2018 at 21:11, LDOG said:
icon_oly01.png Archery: 0-1 (women individual)

icon_oly03.png Artistic Swimming: 0

icon_oly02.png Athletics: 13-16

icon_oly04.png Badminton: 0 - only core sport Argentina has never qualified.

icon_oly29.png Baseball: 0

icon_oly05.png Basketball: 0-12 (men, 50/50 chance)

icon_oly26.png Beach Volleyball: 0-4

icon_oly06.png Boxing: 1-2

icon_oly07.png Canoeing - Slalom: 0-1

icon_oly07.png Canoeing - Sprint: 2-10 (for sure K1 200 and 1000 in men, I don't know if there is still continental quota for K4)

icon_oly08.png Cycling - BMX: 1-2 (could be two men -difficult- or one each gender)

icon_oly08.png Cycling - Mountain Bike: 0-1 (men)

icon_oly08.png Cycling - Road: 1-3 (men)

icon_oly08.png Cycling - Track: 0-1 (omnium if he improves, but most likely nothing)

icon_oly03.png Diving: 0 - this sport is currently inexistent

icon_oly09.png Equestrian: 1-4 maybe we can qualify the jumping team again. 

icon_oly10.png Fencing: 2-3 (by ranking in women sabre/men epee, maybe  continental quota in Women epee) 

icon_oly15.png Field Hockey: 32

icon_oly11.png Football: 0-18 (men)

icon_oly13.png Golf: 1-2 (men only)

icon_oly12.png Gymnastics - Artistic: 2 (men&women individual)

icon_oly12.png Gymnastics - Rhythmic: 0

icon_oly12.png Gymnastics - Trampoline: 0

icon_oly14.png Handball: 0-14 (maybe the men can qualify, 50/50 against Brazil)

icon_oly16.png Judo: 1-2 (Paula Pareto and... maybe someone else)

icon_oly29.png Karate: 0-1 (it's a long shot)

icon_oly17.png Modern Pentathlon: 1-2 (women for sure, men maybe)

icon_oly18.png Rowing: 2-8 (for sure the singles, maybe the lightweight doubles and maybe men double sculls if they can improve a bit)

icon_oly19.png Rugby Sevens: 12 (men)

icon_oly20.png Sailing: 11-13 (everything except the 470s -men with light chance-)

icon_oly21.png Shooting: 4-5 (10m air rifle m&w, skeet m&w and maybe we can qualify someone in trap or 3 positions)

icon_oly29.png Skateboarding: 0 - no idea, but I don't think we have much chance.

icon_oly29.png Softball: 0

icon_oly29.png Sport Climbing: 0 - no idea, we have good young climber girl for YOG but don't think she will have level to qualify for Tokyo.

icon_oly29.png Surfing: 0

icon_oly03.png Swimming: 7-10 (women breastroke 100 and 200, women freestyle all except 100, men freestyle 50, 100, 200, women medley 200, 400, men  butterfly 100, 200, open water women)

icon_oly22.png Table Tennis: 0-1 (maybe one men)

icon_oly23.png Taekwondo: 0-1 (maybe Lucas Guzmán can qualify this time)

icon_oly24.png Tennis: 4 (full men team, no women)

icon_oly25.png Triathlon: 1-2

icon_oly26.png Volleyball: 12-24 (men certainly and women depending on Brazil mostly)

icon_oly03.png Water Polo: 0

icon_oly27.png Weightlifting: 0 - we're pathetic

icon_oly28.png Wrestling: 1 - Bermúdez again in W freestyle.


2020Tokyo.png.5b0ae7e11858b8cd415a9f2123 Total Sports: 21-32

2020Tokyo.png.5b0ae7e11858b8cd415a9f2123 Optimistic Total Athletes: 214

2020Tokyo.png.5b0ae7e11858b8cd415a9f2123 Realistic Total Athletes: Around 150

2020Tokyo.png.5b0ae7e11858b8cd415a9f2123 Pessimistic Total Athletes: 112

 

Pretty much agree with this. Not that confident with so many in athletics (will have to wait for standards) and swimming (right now we would have one swimmer with A mark I think) and I´m quite pessimistic about teams. Football who knows, basketball will be hard, handball is always a coin toss... I only see rugby and both hockey teams as sure things. 

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