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On 26/03/2019 at 02:59, Vojthas said:

Summary of ski mountaineering quotas:
2+2 quotas: :SUI:ITA:FRA:ESP:USA:AUT:ROU:GER

1+1 quota: :CHN:CAN:IRI:AND:RUS:SVK:SLO:NOR

US quotas will be reallocated


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For some reason I’ve got a winter sports kick this week, so I’ve been looking forward into these games again. Ice Hockey qualification is kind of known now. The way it works is that :SUI gets a team in both genders. Then the top 10 teams in the youth world ranking get to choose whether they send a boys team or a girls team. Both tournaments will feature 6 teams. If the top 5 in the world ranking all choose to send a boys team, then the other countries can only send a girls team (should they choose to participate). At the end of the qualification period, the rankings were as the following:

1. :USA 

2. :SWE 

3. :CAN 

4. :RUS

5. :FIN

6. :CZE

7. Thrown out (host country) (already given quotas)

8. :SVK

9. :GER

10. :JPN

11. :DEN

 

First in line for reallocation should any of the top 10 not choose to send a team:

12. :FRA

13. :NOR

14. :AUT

15. :HUN


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@intoronto Since you generally seem to be in the know, any idea if Canada has selected a boys or girls hockey team? They can only send one.


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On 23/08/2019 at 18:34, intoronto said:

:HAI confirmed its quota in alpine skiing

I was checking today, and it appears :TTO have also confirmed their participation!


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Ok so update on the Alpine Skiing quota allocations as they currently stand:

 

First, all nations qualified through the world championships have confirmed their quotas (you can @Vojthas lost a few passes back). 

 

Now the second allocation process is nearing completion, so here’s the update.

 

NOCs with 1 male and 1 female quota confirmed:

:AND :BIH :BUL :CHI :CHN :CZE :DEN :GRE :HUN :IRI :IRL :JPN :KAZ :KOR :LBN :NZL :POL :ROU :RUS :SVK :TUR :UKR

 

NOCs with 1 male quota confirmed:

:ALB :BLR :HAI 

 

NOCs with 1 female quota confirmed:

:CYP :ISR :LAT :LTU :TPE :TTO

 

NOCs yet to confirm there quotas (there’s also the potential that some of the following have already rejected their quotas). They have about 1 more month to do so:

:ARM :ECU :GEO :HKG :ISL :KOS :MNE :NED :PHI :POR :RSA :SMR :SRB 

 

NOCs in line for reallocation:

:THA 

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@hckosice I hope that :ECU just hasn’t confirmed their quota yet, and that they haven’t rejected it already.


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Cross Country Skiing quota update.

 

Every nation qualified through the world championships has confirmed their 3 male and 3 female quotas. However, :AUT :FRA :RUS do not have enough eligible women to fill their quota currently. :FRA :RUS don’t have enough eligible men either.

 

Now for the update on the second round of quota allocation:

 

NOCs with 2 male and 2 female quotas confirmed:

:BRA :EST :JPN :KAZ :KOR :LAT :SLO :SVK :SWE

 

NOCs with 2 male quotas confirmed:

:LIE 

 

NOCs with 1 male quota and 2 female quotas confirmed:

:ARG :AUS :BIH :BLR :CHN :GRE :IRI :LTU :ROU :TUR :UKR 

 

NOCs with 1 male and 1 female quota confirmed:

:CRO :ESP :THA 

 

NOCs with 1 male quota confirmed:

:BUL :CHI :DEN :GBR :LBN :MGL :NZL 

 

NOCs with 1 female quota confirmed:

:AND 

 

NOCs yet to confirm or that have denied their quotas:

:ARM :BEL :CAN :MKD :MNE :NED :SRB 

 

NOCs next in line for a male quota reallocation:

:ROU :CHN :BLR :ESP :TUR :LTU :ARG :GRE :BIH :AUS 

 

NOCs next in line for a female quota reallocation:

:SRB :ESP :CRO :THA :MKD 

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@heywoodu Brazil ended up earning 4 Cross Country Skiing quotas. Very cool to see them so well represented.


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Update on Ski Jumping quotas.

 

NOCs confirmed to have 2 male and 2 female quotas:

:AUT :CZE :FIN :FRA :GER :ITA :JPN :KAZ :NOR :POL :ROU :RUS :SLO :SUI :UKR:USA 

* = not enough eligible athletes to fill quota yet

 

NOCs with 2 male quotas and 1 female quota confirmed:

:EST :HUN* :SWE*

* = do not have an eligible female athlete yet

 

NOCs with 1 male quota confirmed:

:GBR 

 

NOCs with 1 female quota confirmed:

:KOR:SVK* :CHN

* = athletes not yet eligible

 

NOCs yet to confirm quota, or that have declined quota:

:CAN :GEO

 

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