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The World Cup in India is about to start, but there are issues with Pakistan getting visas to compete. Now they are trying to get the quotas for the men's rapid fire pistol (the event they were planning to compete in) moved to the next World Cup event. Probably won't happen, but it may make it difficult for India to host future Olympic qualification events.

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SCHEDULE

 

 

Rifle

 

» 10m Air Rifle Men

   ·   Qualification Relay 1 Monday 25.02.2019  /  09:15-10:30  
   ·   Qualification Relay 2 Monday 25.02.2019  /  11:45-13:00  
   ·   Final Monday 25.02.2019  /  14:15  

» 50m Rifle 3 Positions Men

   ·   Elimination 1 Saturday 23.02.2019  /  09:00-11:45  
   ·   Elimination 2 Saturday 23.02.2019  /  12:45-15:30  
   ·   Qualification Sunday 24.02.2019  /  09:00-11:45  
   ·   Final Sunday 24.02.2019  /  12:45  

» 10m Air Rifle Women

   ·   Qualification Relay 1 Saturday 23.02.2019  /  09:15-10:30  
   ·   Qualification Relay 2 Saturday 23.02.2019  /  11:45-13:00  
   ·   Final Saturday 23.02.2019  /  14:15  

» 50m Rifle 3 Positions Women

   ·   Elimination 1 Monday 25.02.2019  /  09:00-11:45  
   ·   Elimination 2 Monday 25.02.2019  /  12:45-15:30  
   ·   Qualification Tuesday 26.02.2019  /  09:00-11:45  
   ·   Final Tuesday 26.02.2019  /  12:45  

» 10m Air Rifle Mixed Team

   ·   Qualification Relay 1 Wednesday 27.02.2019  /  09:00-09:50  
   ·   Qualification Relay 2 Wednesday 27.02.2019  /  10:25-11:15  
   ·   Final Wednesday 27.02.2019  /  12:15  

Pistol

 

» 10m Air Pistol Men

   ·   Qualification Relay 1 Sunday 24.02.2019  /  09:45-11:00  
   ·   Qualification Relay 2 Sunday 24.02.2019  /  12:15-13:30  
   ·   Final Sunday 24.02.2019  /  14:45  

» 25m Rapid Fire Pistol Men

   ·   Qualification Stage 1 Monday 25.02.2019  /  10:30-15:00  
   ·   Qualification Stage 2 Tuesday 26.02.2019  /  10:30-15:00  
   ·   Final Tuesday 26.02.2019  /  16:15  

» 10m Air Pistol Women

   ·   Qualification Relay 1 Tuesday 26.02.2019  /  09:45-11:00  
   ·   Qualification Relay 2 Tuesday 26.02.2019  /  12:15-13:30  
   ·   Final Tuesday 26.02.2019  /  14:45  

» 25m Pistol Women

   ·   Qualification Precision Stage Saturday 23.02.2019  /  10:00-13:30  
   ·   Qualification Rapid Fire Stage Sunday 24.02.2019  /  12:00-15:00  
   ·   Final Sunday 24.02.2019  /  16:15  

» 10m Air Pistol Mixed Team

   ·   Qualification Relay 1 Wednesday 27.02.2019  /  12:00-12:50  
   ·   Qualification Relay 2 Wednesday 27.02.2019  /  13:25-14:15  
   ·   Final Wednesday 27.02.2019  /  15:15

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3 hours ago, JoshMartini007 said:

The World Cup in India is about to start, but there are issues with Pakistan getting visas to compete. Now they are trying to get the quotas for the men's rapid fire pistol (the event they were planning to compete in) moved to the next World Cup event. Probably won't happen, but it may make it difficult for India to host future Olympic qualification events.

That would be excellent.

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I have enough of all this political sh*t. The IOC (probably thorugh the AC) should go to UN with some resolution that athletes going to competition get an visa-free entrance to the country for the competition period.

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37 minutes ago, heywoodu said:

That would be excellent.

 

Just checked the calendar, so far India is not scheduled to host any other direct qualifiers though they are essentially guaranteed to host a field hockey play-off match (which should have no issues as long as it isn't against Pakistan and even then I imagine the match would still go on) so they are unlikely to feel any large sanctions for this Olympic cycle.

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1 ora fa, Vojthas ha scritto:

I have enough of all this political sh*t. The IOC (probably thorugh the AC) should go to UN with some resolution that athletes going to competition get an visa-free entrance to the country for the competition period.

 

I'm more in favor of the opposite politics...Countries that don't allow political and religious freedom and don't host all the athletes who want to compete in a given event, shouldn't host any sport event at all...point.

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12 minutes ago, phelps said:

 

I'm more in favor of the opposite politics...Countries that don't allow political and religious freedom and don't host all the athletes who want to compete in a given event, shouldn't host any sport event at all...point.

As a "naive ideallist" as I have half-jokingly written in my instagram bio I do agree, but looking at the world more realistically (like Gian-Franco Kasper tried few weeks ago) it's much easier to organize the competition, especially the big ones, in the non-democratic countries.

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45 minutes ago, Vojthas said:

it's much easier to organize the competition, especially the big ones, in the non-democratic countries.

Which is what’s really wrong with World right now. I have more to say, but I’m trying to go somewhere right now and I don’t have the time to think of a better response

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Acording to the spanish team, no olympic quotas would be given in this World Cup due to the Pakistani team couldn't make it to India for the event.

No news on how they would be awarded in a future

 

 

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