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Slalom Canoeing OCA Oceanian Championships 2020

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Slalom Canoeing OCA Oceanian Championships 2020

 

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Oceanian qualification in a week. Any news about participants and is there any chance for nations outside :AUS and :NZL to qualify?

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6 hours ago, Bearas said:

Oceanian qualification in a week. Any news about participants and is there any chance for nations outside :AUS and :NZL to qualify?

 

There's a rule that an event must have three eligible NOCs to be eligible to be a qualification event.

 

Based on early reports, only the Men's C1 will be a direct qualifier (:AUS:COK:NZL are competing) . The quotas will be first reallocated to the best Oceania nation in the World Rankings (as of June 1st), but if there are fewer than three eligible nations then it'll reallocated to the best Oceania nation at the 2019 World Championships.

 

Assuming other nations don't show up on the world rankings, the other three spots will be decided at the world championships. :COK will get the men's K1. :AUS and :NZL would technically get the women's K1 and C1 respectively, but I think they will decline them because they will have an athlete that will be a double starter. Meaning they will be reallocated again. Since there would be no more eligible Oceania athletes in women's K1 and C1 it'll go to the highest ranked overall nation at the World Championships, :TPE and :POL respectively.

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Entry Lists are out

 

In terms of Olympic qualification, up to three athletes from one nation can attempt to gain the quota. Therefore the athletes to watch in the men's C1 are...

 

:AUS - Ian Borrows, Daniel Watkins and Tristan Carter

:COK - Bryden Nicholas

:NZL - Benjamin Gibb, Patrick Washer and Jack Egan

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Everyone except Nicholas made it to the semi-finals. Among the athletes fighting for the quota Daniel Watkins finished first during the heats.

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9 hours ago, JoshMartini007 said:

Everyone except Nicholas made it to the semi-finals. Among the athletes fighting for the quota Daniel Watkins finished first during the heats.

 

Nicholas made the semi-finals too though.


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5 hours ago, dcro said:

 

Nicholas made the semi-finals too though.

 

Weird, it looks like they let everyone through when on the results page it said only the top 20 go.

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Quotas for Daniel Watkins :AUSin men's canoe and Kate Eckhardt :AUS in women's kayak

 

What a surprise :lol:

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3 minutes ago, mrv86 said:

Quotas for Daniel Watkins :AUSin men's canoe and Kate Eckhardt :AUS in women's kayak

 

What a surprise :lol:

No quota in women’s kayak. Not enough eligible NOCs 

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1 minute ago, Olympian1010 said:

No quota in women’s kayak. Not enough eligible NOCs 

 

OK, got it.

 

So no quota either in men's kayak and women's canoe then?

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