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Shooting Qualification to Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympic Games

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4 minutes ago, JoshMartini007 said:

They would be eligible to compete in the individual event under the double starter rule since they also need to achieve the MQS to be selected.

Yes, you are right.

 

5 minutes ago, JoshMartini007 said:

If I'm reading this right the mixed teams quotas will be decided during the qualification round of the World Championships.

Where is this written?

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I also feel it's unfair that ISSF uses chronological priority. The 2018 American Championships happens before all of the World Cup events meaning the top nations (United States and Cuba to an extent) are competing for spots while for the other continents there will be less competition. I guess it's our fault to have the continental championship so early and having all of the quotas in the Pan American Games is unfair given our qualification system.

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5 minutes ago, Dunadan said:

Yes, you are right.

 

Where is this written?

 

In that giant chart where it shows the distribution of quotas

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hace 2 horas, JoshMartini007 said:

If I'm reading this right the mixed teams quotas will be decided during the qualification round of the World Championships. I guess that's to guarantee qualified nations (provided they achieve the MQS). Will nations which qualified 2 individuals use this to try to get a third person to compete in only the mixed event?

 

 

They would be eligible to compete in the individual event under the double starter rule since they also need to achieve the MQS to be selected.

 

The shooters that classify the mixed team in the World Championships, make sure to participate in individual also? No, no?

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3 hours ago, Fran-UDA said:

 

The shooters that classify the mixed team in the World Championships, make sure to participate in individual also? No, no?

 

Not always. If a nation qualified two individuals plus the mixed team and decide to select a third athlete that athlete won't be allowed to compete in the individual event.

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If a country obtains quota for the mixed event at the 2018 World Championship but then do not obtain any quota for the individual test ,In the whole period of classification ¿ Will participate in the individual test the shooters to participate in the mixed?

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il y a 15 minutes, Jose Luis a déclaré:

If a country obtains quota for the mixed event at the 2018 World Championship but then do not obtain any quota for the individual test ,In the whole period of classification ¿ Will participate in the individual test the shooters to participate in the mixed?

 

Why not ? As long they reached the minimum standard.

 

There are no other limitations for "double starters" than the max number of athletes/teams per event and the minimum standard, right ?

 

Btw, can there be triple or quadruple starters, or is it limited to two events ?

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2 minutes ago, De_Gambassi said:

 

Why not ? As long they reached the minimum standard.

 

There are no other limitations for "double starters" than the max number of athletes/teams per event and the minimum standard, right ?

 

Btw, can there be triple or quadruple starters, or is it limited to two events ?

 

Before ISSF lost its mind, it was possible for one shooter to start in prone, air rifle and three positions, so I guess there's no such limit.

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Juste maintenant , dcro a déclaré:

 

Before ISSF lost its mind, it was possible for one shooter to start in prone, air rifle and three positions, so I guess there's no such limit.

 

IOC

 

So it's still possible to have a triple starter (rifle/pistol *2 + team event)

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hace 1 hora, De_Gambassi said:

 

Why not ? As long they reached the minimum standard.

 

There are no other limitations for "double starters" than the max number of athletes/teams per event and the minimum standard, right ?

 

Btw, can there be triple or quadruple starters, or is it limited to two events ?

Ok thank you Is what he was thinking

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According to the document there won't be any "triple starters" they are quite clear that the maximum in an individual event is two.

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2 hours ago, JoshMartini007 said:

According to the document there won't be any "triple starters" they are quite clear that the maximum in an individual event is two.

Triple starter = competing in 3 events which is possible. Actually if a shooter with quota in 10m Air Rifle gets MQS in Trap, he can compete there as well. 

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