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    JoshMartini007 got a reaction from dcro in Equestrian Qualification to Summer Olympic Games Paris 2024   
    Dressage Amsterdm CDI-W Results
    The following have achieved 2/2 MER result
    Charlotte Fry (Lars van de Hoenderheide)
     
    The following have achieved 1/2 MER result
    Dinja van Liere (Hermes N.O.P.)
    Isabell Werth (Emilio 107)
    Ingrid Klimke (Franziskus FRH)
    Nanna Skodborg Merrald (Blue Hors Zack)
    Kirsten Brouwer (Foundation)
    Emmelie Scholtens (Desperado N.O.P.)
    Daniel Bachmann Andersen (Zippo M.I.)
    Patrik Kittel (Touchdown)
    Marieke van der Putten (Torveslettens Titanium RS2)
    Helen Langehanenberg (Annabelle 110)
    Hans Peter Minderhoud (Glock's Dream Boy N.O.P.)
    Charlotte Defalque (Botticelli)
    Laura Tomlinson (Fallatijn)
    Larissa Pauluis (First-Step Valentin)
     
    Everyone that completed their performance got the MER. Charlotte Fry is among the first to get a second MER, though mostly because other riders decided to compete on a different horse this week.
     
    Dressage Wellington CDI4* Results
    The following have achieved 2/2 MER result
    Caroline Darcourt (Lord Django)
    Anna-Christina Abbelen (Sam Donnerhall)
    Morgan Barbancon (Bolero)
    Tinne Vilhelmson Silfven (Devanto)
    Claire Darnell (Harrold S)
    Carrie Schopf (Saumur)
     
    The following have achieved 1/2 MER result
    Federic Wanders (Bluetooth OLD)
    Morgan Barbancon (Habana Libre A)
    Lehua Custer (F.J. Ramzes)
    Pablo Gomez Molina (Ulises De Ymas)
    Benjamin Ebeling (Indeed)
    Kerrigan Gluch (Mejorano HGF)
    Caroline Chew (Tribiani)
     
    The second week at Wellington saw a bunch of riders pick up their second MER result, including Schopf who is taking an early stab at the individual quota.
     
    Dressage Wellington CDI3* Results
    The following have achieved 1/2 MER result
    Susan Pape (Harmony's Eclectisch)
    Caroline Chew (Blue Hors Zatchmo)
    Jan Ebeling (Jubi's Tenacity)
     
    Relatively quiet as the 3* event at Wellington took a back seat to the 4* event. While Ariana Chia broke 67% overall, she did not obtain a score above 67% from a Level 4 judge.
     
     
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    JoshMartini007 reacted to Topicmaster1010 in Canada's 2024 Olympics Qualifcation Discussion   
    So for those who missed it, I simulated every quota for the upcoming olympics which you can find here. @Josh I believe you wanted a breakdown for the Canadian team and I will do that below.
     
    Team Size: 300 
    # of Sports Qualified In: 36
     
    Archery (2):
    As is tradition, Canada is currently projected to qualify one athlete in each gender. Eric Peters and Stephanie Barrett are currently the highest ranked Canadian archers. Peters would qualify through the reallocated mixed team quotas and Barrett would qualify through the Pan-American games.
     
    Athletics (51):
    This is roughly around the number which Canada usually qualifies in athletics. Here's a breakdown of all the athletes below:
     
    Men (24):
    Mohammed Ahmed - 5000m, 10000m (Achieved Entry Standard in both events)
    Marco Arop - 800m (Achieved Entry Standard)
    Jerome Blake - 100m, Men's 200m (Achieved Entry Standard in both events)
    Aaron Brown - 200m (Achieved Entry Standard in 200m, 10th in 100m World Rankings)
    Andre de Grasse - 100m (29th in World Rankings)
    Jean-Simon Desgagnes - 3000m Steeplechase (27th in World Rankings)
    Evan Dunfee- 20km Race Walk (15th in World Rankings)
    John Gay - 3000m Steeplechase (23rd in World Rankings)
    Rowan Hamilton - Hammer Throw (23rd in World Rankings)
    Trevor Hofbauer - Marathon (264th in World Rankings)
    Adam Keenan - Hammer Throw (18th in World Rankings)
    Pierce Lepage - Decathlon (Achieved Entry Standard)
    Cameron Levins - Marathon (Achieved Entry Standard)
    Rory Linkletter - Marathon (258th in World Rankings)
    Django Lovett - High Jump (4th in World Rankings)
    Brandon McBride - 800m (41st in World Rankings)
    Malik Metivier - 400m Hurdles (42nd in World Rankings)
    William Paulson - 1500m (41st in World Rankings)
    Charles Philibert-Thiboutot - 1500m, 5000m (34th in 1500m World Rankings, 55th in 5000m World Rankings)
    Cameron Proceviat - 1500m (49th in World Rankings)
    Brendon Rodney - 200m (32nd in World Rankings)
    Ryan Smeeton - 3000m Steeplechase (39th in World Rankings)
    Benjamin Thorne - 20km Race Walk (50th in World Rankings)
    Damian Warner - Decathlon (Achieved Entry Standard)
     
    Women (24):
    Khamica Bingham - 100m (58th in World Rankings)
    Lindsey Butterworth - 800m (23rd in World Rankings)
    Kyra Constantine - 400m (40th in World Rankings)
    Gabriela Debues-Stafford - 1500m (Achieved Entry Standard)
    Malindi Elmore - Marathon (Achieved Entry Standard)
    Crystal Emmanuel - 100m (78th in World Rankings)
    Lauren Gale - 200m, 400m (59th in 200m World Rankings, 55th in 400m World Rankings)
    Elizabeth Gleadle - Javelin Throw (10th in World Rankings)
    Michelle Harrison - 100m Hurdles (Achieved Entry Standard)
    Natalia Hawthorn - 1500m (65th in World Rankings)
    Madeleine Kelly - 800m (36th in World Rankings)
    Ceili McCabe - 3000m Steeplechase (37th in World Rankings)
    Natassha McDonald - 200m, 400m (64th in 200m World Rankings, 47th in 400m World Rankings)
    Sarah Mitton - Shot Put (Achieved Entry Standard)
    Christabel Nettey - Long Jump (16th in World Rankings)
    Anicka Newell - Pole Vault (33rd in World Rankings)
    Alysha Newman - Pole Vault (26th in World Rankings)
    Camryn Rogers - Hammer Throw (Achieved Entry Standard)
    Leslie Sexton - Marathon (169th in World Rankings)
    Jazz Shukla - 800m (49th in World Rankings)
    Lucia Stafford - 1500m (43rd in World Rankings)
    Jillian Weir - Hammer Throw (10th in World Rankings)
    Natasha Wodak - Marathon (Achieved Entry Standard)
    Regan Yee- 3000m Steeplechase (35th in World Rankings)
     
    +3 additional relay athletes for the Men's 4x100m, Women's 4x100m, and Women's 4x400m relays
     
    Obviously, if healthy, De Grasse will also be entered in the 200m event. Ethan Katzberg just missed the hammer throw qualification by one spot in the world rankings.
     
    Badminton (8):
    Just like in Tokyo, the simulation has Canada qualifying one athlete in every discipline. Brian Yang and Michelle Li are currently ranked 21st and 14th in their respective singles events and both would qualify through the world rankings easily. In the doubles events, Canad benefits from being the best badminton nation in the Americas and they only earned their quotas in men's and mixed doubles because of the need to have a representative from the Americas. Simulated pairs are Adam Dong/Nyl Yakura in men's doubles, Rachel Honderich/Kristen Tsai in women's doubles, and Ty Lindeman/Josephine Wu in mixed doubles.
     
    Basketball (12):
    Women's team should have no problem qualifying. Unfortunately, the men do not qualify in the simulation because Argentina is still ranked as the 2nd best nation from the Americas. Personally, I'm optimistic that the men can get the job done this time. By biggest qualification wish is for them to qualify.
     
    3x3 Basketball (4):
    After a stellar season, the women's 3x3 basketball team is predicted to qualify for the games.
     
    Boxing (3):
    Women's 54kg - Scarlett Delgado
    Women's 60kg - Charlie Cavanagh
    Women's 66kg - Tammara Thibeault
     
    Wyatt Sanford just barely missed qualifying.
     
    Breaking (1):
    Phil Wizard is predicted to be the lone breakdancer qualifying for Canada. I used the world championships to simulate breakdancing but couldn't find a world ranking. I believe another Canadian just missed qualifying in the men's event.
     
    Canoe Slalom (2):
    Florence Maheu (Women's K1) and Lois Betteridge (Women's C1) qualify as the winners of the Americas continental qualification events. No men qualify this time.
     
    Canoe Sprint (14):
    Canada earns quotas in both K4 and C2 events for both genders meaning they'll have at least one boat in every event. I also have Canada earning extra quotas in Women's K1 and C1.
     
    BMX (1):
    1 athlete in the women's racing event. Molly Simpson is projected to earn the Americas quota.
     
    Mountain Biking (2):
    Through the nations rankings, Canada is projected to earn one quota in both the men's and women's events. Carter Woods and Emily Batty were the top ranked Canadians.
     
    Road Cycling (3):
    Through the nations rankings, Canada is projected to qualify 1 man and two women. Based on individual rankings, the quotas would go to Michael Woods, Alison Jackson, and Simone Boilard.
     
    Track Cycling (15):
    Through the nations rankings, Canada is projected to qualify full sprint teams for both men and women as well as 5 men's distance and 4 women's distance cyclists. This means that Canada would have entries in all the events.
     
    Diving (6):
    I used the most recent world championships for the diving simulation so the athletes are the same ones. Bryden Hattie in the men's 3m springboard, Nathan Zsombor-Murray and Rylan Wiens in the 10m events, Mia Vallee and Margo Erlam in the women's 3m events and Caeli McKay in the women's 10m platform.
     
    Equestrian (9):
    Full team in each discipline. Hopefully there won't be any disasters like last time.
     
    Fencing (8):
    First of all, there's a full team in both men's and women's foil. While not in the top 4, both teams qualify as the best remaining team in the Americas. There's also an additional two athletes that qualify through world rankings. Fares Arfa qualifies in the men's sabre and Gabriella Page qualifies in the women's sabre as the best ranked athletes from the Americas not in the team event.
     
    Football (18):
    Qualification for the women's team. Just got to beat Jamaica to get back to the Olympics.
     
    Golf (4):
    As is always the case, 2 per gender qualify through the world rankings. As of the time I did the simulation, the qualified golfers would be Corey Conners (34th), Mackenzie Hughes (46th), Brooke Henderson (7th), and Maude-Aimee Leblanc (146th).
     
    Artistic Gymnastics (10):
    Women's team already qualified. Based on the results of the 2022 World Championships, I have the men qualifying at the 2023 World Championships. Hopefully that happens.
     
    Trampoline (2):
    One in each gender (Jeremy Chartier and Sarah Milette)
     
    Judo (7):
     
    Mens -73kg - Arthur Margelidon (6th in World Rankings)
    Men's -81kg - Francois Gauthier Drapeau (15th in World Rankings)
    Men's -100kg - Shady Elnahas (6th in World Rankings)
     
    Women's -52kg - Kelly Deguchi (Continental Quota)
    Women's -57kg - Christa Deguchi (1st in World Rankings)
    Women's -63kg - Catherine Beauchemin-Pinard (2nd in World Rankings)
    Women's -78kg - Coralie Godbout (Team Event Quota)
     
    Now I was informed today that I there was an olympic ranking that I missed where as I used the world rankings for these quotas . Not sure how big of a difference it makes. The only big difference I noticed was that Kyle Reyes was ranked ahead of Elnahas in the Men's -100kg event but either of them could take the quota and then there is of course, the battle in the women's -57kg class as well.
     
    Rowing (28):
    Quotas in men's single sculls, men's double sculls, men's eight, women's single sculls, women's pair, women's double sculls, women's eight and women's lightweight double sculls.
     
    Rugby Sevens (12):
    Still have the women's team qualifying despite their decline. However, they just sneak in earning a quota in the final qualification event. Men's team has no like as the United States didn't qualify through the rugby sevens series. The US will play a big factor into whether or not our teams qualify.
     
    Sailing (7):
    Quotas in men's dinghy (Fillah Karim), men's skiff (Arie Moffat), women's kite (Nataliya Leshko), women's dinghy (Sarah Douglas), and women's skiff (Georgia Lewin-Iafrance). The dinghy and women's skiff quotas were earned through the 2023 world championships while the other quotas were earned through the North American/Caribbean qualification event.
     
    Skateboarding (7):
    Now this was very interesting. The breakdown is one athlete in men's street and 3 athletes in each of the park events. There were not that many park competitions this year so the numbers could be more inflated because of that. I would expect the number to be less than 7.
     
    Sport Climbing (1):
    Alannah Yip finds herself returning to the games through the Americas qualifier in the women's combined boulder and lead event.
     
    Surfing (2):
    I used results from both the world surfing series and the world championships to make a simulation. Strong showings in the world championships from Sanoa Dempfle-Olin and Erin Brooks help them qualify in this simulation.
     
    Swimming (23):
     
    The following swimmers achieved an olympic qualifying time in 2022 (or open water quota):
     
    Men:
    Hau-Li Fan - 10km Open Water
    Finlay Knox - 200m IM
    Joshua Liendo - 50m Freestyle, 100m Freestyle, 100m Butterfly
     
    Women:
    Mary-Sophie Harvey - 200m IM
    Maggie Mac Neil - 100m Butterfly
    Kylie Masse - 100m Backstroke, 200m Backstroke
    Summer McIntosh - 200m Freestyle, 400m Freestyle, 200m Backstroke, 200m Butterfly, 200m IM, 400m IM
    Penny Oleksiak - 100m Freestyle
    Taylor Ruck - 200m Freestyle
    Katerine Savard - 100m Butterfly
    Ingrid Wilm - 100m Backstroke
    Kelsey Wog - 200m Breaststroke
     
    Additional Relay Athletes:
    Javier Acevedo, Sophie Angus, Jeremy Bagshaw, Stephen Calkins, James Dergousoff, Ruslan Gaziev, Ella Jansen, Yuri Kisil, Rachel Nicol, Rebecca Smith, Adam Wu
     
    Summer probably isn't going to swim all 6 events that opens the door for another female swimmer in an individual event. Notably, there are some big name IM swimmers like Sydney Pickrem, Tessa Cieplucha or even Bailey Andison that aren't listed. That would probably be a combination of the tough entry standards + Summer taking up two of the four IM spots.
     
    Table Tennis (2):
    1 in each gender. Eugene Wang and Mo Zhang both qualify through the Americas events.
     
    Taekwondo (3):
     
    Men's +80kg - Marc-Andre Bergeron (Pan America Tournament)
     
    Women's -57kg - Skylar Park (5th in Olympic Rankings)
    Women's -67kg - Ashley Kraayeveld (Pan America Tournament)
     
    Canada also just missed a quota in the Men's -58kg event.
     
    Tennis (6):
    Felix Auger-Alissime (6th) and Denis Shapovalov (18th) qualify in men's singles. Leylah Fernandez (40th), Bianca Andreescu (46th), and Rebecca Marino (63rd) qualify in women's singles. Gabriella Dabrowski joins the team for the doubles event.
     
    Triathlon (4):
    Charles Paquet (51st) and Jeremy Briand (70th) qualify through the men's olympic rankings. Emy Legault (20th) qualifies through the women's olympic rankings and Amelie Kretz receives a reallocated quota place. This would mean that Canada would be able to enter a mixed relay team.
     
    Beach Volleyball (4):
    No teams in men's again. For the women, the teams were Brandie/Bukovec and Pavan/Melissa when I was gathering the data but the teams have reformed now. Either way, I still think we'll qualify two women's teams since there's also the McNamara sisters who could also qualify.
     
    Water Polo (12):
    Women's team. Assuming the United States qualifies through the World Championships, Canada should be able to take the Americas quota.
     
    Weightlifting (1):
    With quotas reduced significantly, only Maude Charron is able to qualify in the women's 59kg event. Maybe Boady Santavy could qualify too.
     
    Wrestling (6):
     
    Men's 97kg Freestyle - Nishan Randhawa (Americas Qualification Tournament)
    Men's 125kg Freestyle - Amarveer Dhesi (Americas Qualification Tournament)
     
    *Very close to qualifying another men's quota in an event I can't remember
     
    Women's 50kg Freestyle - Madison Parks (Americas Qualification Tournament)
    Women's 62kg Freestyle - Ana Godinez Gonzalez (2023 World Championships)
    Women's 68kg Freestyle - Linda Morais (2023 World Championships)
    Women's 76kg Freestyle - Justina di Stasio (Americas Qualification Tournament)
     
     
    Sports not qualified in:
     
    Artistic Swimming:
    This is a bit of a shocker but that's because we decided not to participate in many of the events at the world championships. I would expect Canada to at least qualify a duet since the US beat us at the team event during the World Championships.
     
    Field Hockey:
    Unfortunately, both teams were too low in the world rankings to qualify in this simulation. Maybe we'll qualify a team, maybe we won't. Could go either way.
     
    Indoor Volleyball:
    Men's team is on the decline. Women's team is on the rise but still not high enough in the world rankings. Could qualify, maybe not. Who knows.
     
    Handball: No way. Modern Pentathlon: Probably not. Shooting: Maybe we'll qualify an athlete.
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    JoshMartini007 reacted to dcro in Equestrian Qualification to Summer Olympic Games Paris 2024   
    I only found out the podium winners, but no news on the scores. Will have to wait for FEI.
     
     
     
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    JoshMartini007 got a reaction from Laraja in Equestrian Qualification to Summer Olympic Games Paris 2024   
    Jumping Abu Dhabi (Nations Cup) CSIO5* Results
    The following have achieved 3/3 MER result
    Gerfried Puck (Equitron Naxcel V)
     
    The following have achieved 2/3 MER result
    Katharina Rhomberg (Cuma)
    Joe Whitaker (Hulahupe Jr)
    Tim Gredley (Medoc de Toxandria)
    William Funnell (Equine America Billy Picador)
    Jessica Burke (Nikey HH)
    Michael Duffy (Cinca)
    Shane Breen (Cuick Star Kervec)
    Abdullah Humaid Al Muhairi (Chacolu)
    Ahmad Saber Hamcho (Frenchy VDS)
    Amre Hamcho (Vagabon des Forets)
     
    The following have achieved 1/3 MER result
    Christopher Obernauer (Kleons Renegade)
    Donald Whitaker (Millfield Colette)
    Trevor Breen (Germaine W)
    Abdulrahman Bader Alrajhi (Bablou HD)
    Khaled Almobty (Equine America Spacecake)
    Ramzy Al Duhami (Untouchable)
    Abdullah Alsharbatly (Alamo)
    Mohammed Ghanem Al Hajri (G's Fabian)
    Shk. Ali Jmal Nasr Al Nuaimi (Casper AJ)
     
    We have our first athlete/horse combo with a complete MER in jumping. Just to let everyone know once an athlete/horse combo has fulfilled the MER requirements I will stop mentioning them. Perhaps in the future I will share a link with everyone who has completed the MER requirements. As a reminder, for the Nations Cup only, an athlete can get the MER is either the first or second round. Also as this (and the Grand Prix event from earlier) were 1.60m events the MER is 8 faults or less as oppose to 4 faults or less in 1.55m events.
     
    Jumping Wellington CSI3* Results
    The following have achieved 1/3 MER result
    Kent Farrington (Landon)
    Daniel Coyle (Gisborne VDL)
    Tanimara Maria Macari Carrillo (IB Chica)
    Charlotte Jacobs (Edocenta)
    Laura Kraut (Calgary Time)
    Emilie Conter (Legolas Ter Wilgen)
    Nichole Shahinian-Simpson (Akuna Mattata)
    Nayel Nassar (El Conde)
    Zoe Conter (Davidoff De Lassus)
    Mclain Ward (Callas)
    Ben Maher (Exit Remo)
    Callie Schott (Garant)
    Raleigh Hiler (Obora's Chloe)
    David Blake (Claude)
    Samuel Hutton (Full House Ter Linden Z)
    Ashley Vogel (Madiba AG Z)
    Adrienne Sternlicht (Faquitol-S)
     
    The first of 12 Wellington events to be held from now until April had a good turn out. The Brazilian group didn't fare too well with none of them reaching the MER, but there's obviously many more opportunities.
     
    Jumping Thermal CSI3* Results
    The following have achieved 1/3 MER result
    Gregory Wathelet (Clarity)
    Ali Ramsay (Bonita VH Keizershof Z)
    Lorcan Gallagher (Copycat)
    Mavis Spencer (Carissimo 25)
    Eric Krawitt (Cactus De Cosniere)
    Conor Swail (Theo 160)
    Elisa Broz (Kargenta Van't Meerhof)
    Kyle King (Sig Chiari)
    Cassio Rivetti (Nadale Van Dorperheide)
    Conor Swail (Vital Chance De La Roque)
     
    On the west side of the United States things are a bit quieter, but still a decent size is here. Thermal will have five events between now and April.
     
     
    As for the eventing event in I am unable to find a website. Hopefully the FEI will update the results sooner than later.
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    JoshMartini007 got a reaction from Laraja in Men's Handball IHF World Championship 2023   
    Correct. In fact, the Worlds takes priority so even if Sweden finishes 8th, they will still take the Worlds quota for the final qualifier (unless they qualify to the Olympics outright via the European Championships).
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    JoshMartini007 got a reaction from Laraja in Men's Handball IHF World Championship 2023   
    Going into the final set of matches of the main round let's look at the Olympics qualification implications.
     
    While it is still possible for Brazil to reach the quarterfinals, it would require not only for them to defeat Iceland, but for Sweden to beat Portugal (good chance, even if they rest some players) and Cape Verde to defeat Hungary (less likely) and for Brazil to make up a 24 goal deficit against Portugal. Assuming that doesn't happen then Africa and Europe will be the top two continents and at their respective continental qualifiers two nations will advance to the final qualification tournament while for Asia and Pan America only one nation will advance.
     
    Should Egypt (assuming they don't win the World Championship quota) or one of the European nations in the quarterfinals win their continent qualifier then the 9th place team will advance to the final Olympic qualifier. Should both scenarios happen then the 10th place will also join them. There are no 9th-12th ranking matches. The third place teams from each group will be ranked based on their group performance. Let's look at the chances for each nation to finish 9th or 10th.
     
    Group I
    Should the final matches go as expected, will most likely finish 10th. The nation has a great goal differential (+17) and faces Montenegro where they are favoured to win. Assuming they win, they will only have to watch Serbia to hope they don't win by 6 more goals than they did against Montenegro. While a draw for Slovenia won't completely kill their chances they will have to hope for a bunch of results to go their way. Slovenia could finish 9th, but would require Croatia to draw or lose their final match. While is able to finish third in their group it is mathematically impossible for them to finish 9th or 10th.
     
    Group II
    This is the most complicated group as four teams have an opportunity to finish third. has the least chance at finishing 10th as they would have to defeat Iceland by 22 goals AND then hope results in the other groups go their way. is in a similar boat in the event they finish third (though actually finishing third would take specific scenarios, they are much more likely to finish second or fourth) due to their horrible goal differential where they would either need to completely demolish Cape Verde or hope for draws in the other groups. has the goal differential (+7) to not have to rely on crazy results, but probably needs to hope Slovenia fails to defeat Montenegro. Netherlands defeating or drawing Serbia would be a huge help too. actually has a good goal differential (+15), but really needs a draw against Sweden so they can have 6 points, but would still require a bunch of results to go their way.
     
    Group III
    is the nation on the outside looking in. They technically have control over their destiny and have the added bonus of knowing how many goals they need to win by in order to finish in the top 10. The downside is the Netherlands likely won't go down that easily and Serbia probably needs to win by double digits to surpass Slovenia. Of course, Slovenia could just not win their match and things become a lot easier. not only needs to defeat Serbia, but probably requires Slovenia to not win as they likely won't make up that goal differential. Even if Slovenia chokes they need to hope Portugal doesn't end up in third and if it's Iceland they would have to outscore them against Serbia.
     
    Group IV
    could still finish third in the group, but that would require them to loss a 22 goal differential advantage over Croatia. In the event that does happen they are guaranteed to finish 9th. is most likely to finish 9th out of all the teams. They have arguable the easiest opponent among the teams discussed here and any victory guarantees them 9th or better. Even if they end with a draw, they are in a good position to finish in the top 10, but they would have to look at the other results and hope for no blowouts from Serbia or Iceland. In the event pulls off one of the largest upsets in this tournament, their goal differential is horrible where like Hungary they would need to hope for they other third place teams to fail to get 6 points (or have Hungary as one of the third place teams).
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    JoshMartini007 got a reaction from Benolympique in Men's Handball IHF World Championship 2023   
    If they defeat Brazil by 19 goals and Portugal doesn't defeat Sweden then they will have a great chance .
     
    More likely, they have a good chance at qualifying to the final qualifier through the European Championships. If they ended up being the second highest ranked eligible European nation they will be in a decent position to qualify.
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    JoshMartini007 got a reaction from Benolympique in Equestrian FEI Jumping Nations Cup 2023   
    Middle Eastern Nations Cup Results
    Saudi Arabia - 22 points
    United Arab Emirates - 40 points
    Syria - 94 points
     
    Jordan did not compete. Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates will advance to the Nations Cup Final.
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    JoshMartini007 got a reaction from Josh in Men's Handball IHF World Championship 2023   
    Going into the final set of matches of the main round let's look at the Olympics qualification implications.
     
    While it is still possible for Brazil to reach the quarterfinals, it would require not only for them to defeat Iceland, but for Sweden to beat Portugal (good chance, even if they rest some players) and Cape Verde to defeat Hungary (less likely) and for Brazil to make up a 24 goal deficit against Portugal. Assuming that doesn't happen then Africa and Europe will be the top two continents and at their respective continental qualifiers two nations will advance to the final qualification tournament while for Asia and Pan America only one nation will advance.
     
    Should Egypt (assuming they don't win the World Championship quota) or one of the European nations in the quarterfinals win their continent qualifier then the 9th place team will advance to the final Olympic qualifier. Should both scenarios happen then the 10th place will also join them. There are no 9th-12th ranking matches. The third place teams from each group will be ranked based on their group performance. Let's look at the chances for each nation to finish 9th or 10th.
     
    Group I
    Should the final matches go as expected, will most likely finish 10th. The nation has a great goal differential (+17) and faces Montenegro where they are favoured to win. Assuming they win, they will only have to watch Serbia to hope they don't win by 6 more goals than they did against Montenegro. While a draw for Slovenia won't completely kill their chances they will have to hope for a bunch of results to go their way. Slovenia could finish 9th, but would require Croatia to draw or lose their final match. While is able to finish third in their group it is mathematically impossible for them to finish 9th or 10th.
     
    Group II
    This is the most complicated group as four teams have an opportunity to finish third. has the least chance at finishing 10th as they would have to defeat Iceland by 22 goals AND then hope results in the other groups go their way. is in a similar boat in the event they finish third (though actually finishing third would take specific scenarios, they are much more likely to finish second or fourth) due to their horrible goal differential where they would either need to completely demolish Cape Verde or hope for draws in the other groups. has the goal differential (+7) to not have to rely on crazy results, but probably needs to hope Slovenia fails to defeat Montenegro. Netherlands defeating or drawing Serbia would be a huge help too. actually has a good goal differential (+15), but really needs a draw against Sweden so they can have 6 points, but would still require a bunch of results to go their way.
     
    Group III
    is the nation on the outside looking in. They technically have control over their destiny and have the added bonus of knowing how many goals they need to win by in order to finish in the top 10. The downside is the Netherlands likely won't go down that easily and Serbia probably needs to win by double digits to surpass Slovenia. Of course, Slovenia could just not win their match and things become a lot easier. not only needs to defeat Serbia, but probably requires Slovenia to not win as they likely won't make up that goal differential. Even if Slovenia chokes they need to hope Portugal doesn't end up in third and if it's Iceland they would have to outscore them against Serbia.
     
    Group IV
    could still finish third in the group, but that would require them to loss a 22 goal differential advantage over Croatia. In the event that does happen they are guaranteed to finish 9th. is most likely to finish 9th out of all the teams. They have arguable the easiest opponent among the teams discussed here and any victory guarantees them 9th or better. Even if they end with a draw, they are in a good position to finish in the top 10, but they would have to look at the other results and hope for no blowouts from Serbia or Iceland. In the event pulls off one of the largest upsets in this tournament, their goal differential is horrible where like Hungary they would need to hope for they other third place teams to fail to get 6 points (or have Hungary as one of the third place teams).
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    Jumping Abu Dhabi (Grand Prix) CSIO5* Results
    The following have achieved 2/3 MER result
    Billy Twomey (Chat Botte E.D.)
    Gerfried Puck (Equitron Naxcel V)
    Abdurakhmon Abdullaev (Valour)
    Bianca Babanitz (Caipidor)
     
    The following have achieved 1/3 MER result
    Emanuele Gaudiano (Chalou)
    David Will (My Prins van Dorperheide)
    Kristaps Neretnieks (Quintair)
    Amre Hamcho (Vagabon des Forets)
    Abdel Said (Arpege du Ru(
    William Funnell (Equine America Billy Picador)
    Ioli Mytilineou (Levis de Muze)
    Katharina Rhomberg (Cuma)
    Abdulrahman Bader Alrajhi (Bravour)
    Rodrigo Giesteira Almeida (Imposant van de Renger)
     
    Decided to show the qualifiers from the Grand Prix event prior to the Nations Cup event. Some athletes have obtained their second MER result after getting one last week while other athletes decided to compete on a different horse. The Austrian pair will have an opportunity to be the first athlete to complete the MER at the Nations Cup tomorrow. Austria still needs to qualify a quota if it wants to compete at the Olympics.
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    Going into the final set of matches of the main round let's look at the Olympics qualification implications.
     
    While it is still possible for Brazil to reach the quarterfinals, it would require not only for them to defeat Iceland, but for Sweden to beat Portugal (good chance, even if they rest some players) and Cape Verde to defeat Hungary (less likely) and for Brazil to make up a 24 goal deficit against Portugal. Assuming that doesn't happen then Africa and Europe will be the top two continents and at their respective continental qualifiers two nations will advance to the final qualification tournament while for Asia and Pan America only one nation will advance.
     
    Should Egypt (assuming they don't win the World Championship quota) or one of the European nations in the quarterfinals win their continent qualifier then the 9th place team will advance to the final Olympic qualifier. Should both scenarios happen then the 10th place will also join them. There are no 9th-12th ranking matches. The third place teams from each group will be ranked based on their group performance. Let's look at the chances for each nation to finish 9th or 10th.
     
    Group I
    Should the final matches go as expected, will most likely finish 10th. The nation has a great goal differential (+17) and faces Montenegro where they are favoured to win. Assuming they win, they will only have to watch Serbia to hope they don't win by 6 more goals than they did against Montenegro. While a draw for Slovenia won't completely kill their chances they will have to hope for a bunch of results to go their way. Slovenia could finish 9th, but would require Croatia to draw or lose their final match. While is able to finish third in their group it is mathematically impossible for them to finish 9th or 10th.
     
    Group II
    This is the most complicated group as four teams have an opportunity to finish third. has the least chance at finishing 10th as they would have to defeat Iceland by 22 goals AND then hope results in the other groups go their way. is in a similar boat in the event they finish third (though actually finishing third would take specific scenarios, they are much more likely to finish second or fourth) due to their horrible goal differential where they would either need to completely demolish Cape Verde or hope for draws in the other groups. has the goal differential (+7) to not have to rely on crazy results, but probably needs to hope Slovenia fails to defeat Montenegro. Netherlands defeating or drawing Serbia would be a huge help too. actually has a good goal differential (+15), but really needs a draw against Sweden so they can have 6 points, but would still require a bunch of results to go their way.
     
    Group III
    is the nation on the outside looking in. They technically have control over their destiny and have the added bonus of knowing how many goals they need to win by in order to finish in the top 10. The downside is the Netherlands likely won't go down that easily and Serbia probably needs to win by double digits to surpass Slovenia. Of course, Slovenia could just not win their match and things become a lot easier. not only needs to defeat Serbia, but probably requires Slovenia to not win as they likely won't make up that goal differential. Even if Slovenia chokes they need to hope Portugal doesn't end up in third and if it's Iceland they would have to outscore them against Serbia.
     
    Group IV
    could still finish third in the group, but that would require them to loss a 22 goal differential advantage over Croatia. In the event that does happen they are guaranteed to finish 9th. is most likely to finish 9th out of all the teams. They have arguable the easiest opponent among the teams discussed here and any victory guarantees them 9th or better. Even if they end with a draw, they are in a good position to finish in the top 10, but they would have to look at the other results and hope for no blowouts from Serbia or Iceland. In the event pulls off one of the largest upsets in this tournament, their goal differential is horrible where like Hungary they would need to hope for they other third place teams to fail to get 6 points (or have Hungary as one of the third place teams).
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    The week's ranking and MER eligible events.
     
    Dressage
    West Palm Beach - CDI3*
     
    Eventing
    Quillota - CCI4*-S
     
    Jumping
    Abu Dhabi - CSIO5*
    Thermal - CSI3*
    Wellington - CSI3*
     
    Eventing gets its first start for ranking points. The west side of the world has the majority of events this week with Wellington hosting its first jumping event of 12 between now and April. However, the biggest event will be in Abu Dhabi.
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    Currently the format has the top six unqualified nations at the World Championships qualifying to one of three tournaments. Since Oceania won't finish in the top 12, the two best performing continents at the World Championships (likely Europe and Africa) will qualify two teams from their respective continental qualifier while the other two continents will only qualify one team.
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    Paris 2024 Quota Simulation: 2022 Data Edition
     
    Hey guys, if you were around during the 2022 Winter Olympics, you may remember that I made some team size predictions for each nation. I am pleased to say that I will be doing them again for Paris though not as often (because simulating 2,900 athletes is much easier than simulating 10,500 athletes). Over the last month, I've been gathering data from 2022 World Rankings and World Championships to try to see what each NOC team could look like in 2024. There are, however, a few things to note.
     
    Russia and Belarus are NOT INCLUDED in this simulation. Due to the current situation in Ukraine and a lack of participation by both countries, I have decided to exclude them. North Korea is also not in the simulation because I have no idea what's going on with them Refugee athletes aren't included either Tuvalu is currently projected with 0 athletes because there was no athlete that was unable to qualify in any sport under the simulation. If anyone has any idea what they could qualify in, please let me know. Internal qualification procedures (e.g. Netherlands, New Zealand) are not taken into account. Simulated universality eligible NOC's are marked with an * Unfortunately not every quota was able to be filled up. Some sports didn't have enough data to fill in all the quotas. Some sports had athletes take up multiple quotas. And then there is swimming where the IOC decided to make the qualifying standards so hard that after the final number of athletes was still 100 short of the maximum number of quotas.  
    Despite the absence of Russia and Belarus, the quotas went down drastically from over 11,300 to 10,500. This means that we expect each NOC to have their team, on average, reduced by 8% of their 2020 size. In total, 113 teams had decreased in size, 25 stayed the same size, and 66 increased in size. Each team's change in size is shown next to the NOC name.
     
    So without further ado, let's get started. Please let me know if you have any thoughts. I plan to make another post with some analysis and other statistics about this simulation.
     
    Africa
     
     Algeria: 37 (-1)
    (Archery - 2, Athletics - 8, Badminton - 1, Boxing - 2, Slalom Canoe - 1, Road Cycling - 1, Track Cycling - 1, Fencing - 2, Judo - 3, Sailing - 3, Swimming - 2, Table Tennis - 1, Weightlifting - 1, Wrestling - 8)
     Angola: 4 (-16)
    (Athletics - 1, Judo - 1, Swimming - 2)
     Benin*: 7 (0)
    (Athletics - 3, Judo - 1, Rowing - 1, Swimming - 2)
     Botswana: 9 (-4)
    (Athletics - 7, Swimming - 2)
     Burkina Faso*: 8 (+1)
    (Athletics - 2, Road Cycling - 1, Judo - 1, Modern Pentathlon - 1, Swimming - 2, Taekwondo - 1)
     Burundi*: 9 (+3)
    (Athletics - 5, Judo - 1, Swimming - 2, Tennis - 1)
     Cameroon: 7 (-5)
    (Athletics - 2, Boxing - 1, Judo - 1, Swimming - 2, Table Tennis - 1)
     Cape Verde*: 6 (0)
    (Athletics - 1, Boxing - 1, Fencing - 1, Judo - 1, Swimming - 2)
     Central African Repubic*: 1 (-1)
    (Judo - 1)
     Chad*: 2 (-1)
    (Athletics - 1, Judo - 1)
    Comoros*: 3 (0)
    (Athletics - 1, Swimming - 2)
     Congo*: 16 (+13)
    (Athletics - 1, Handball - 14, Judo - 1)
    Djibouti*: 3 (0)
    (Athletics - 2, Judo - 1, Swimming - 1)
     Democratic Republic of the Congo*:  6 (0)
    (Athletics - 1, Boxing - 3, Judo - 1, Wrestling - 1)
     Egypt: 112 (-25)
    (Artistic Swimming - 8, Athletics - 4, Badminton - 2, Boxing - 1, Sprint Canoe - 1, Road Cycling - 1, Track Cycling - 1, Diving - 4, Equestrian - 3, Fencing - 14, Artistic Gymnastics - 4, Rhythmic Gymnastics - 1, Trampoline - 1, Handball - 14, Judo - 1, Modern Pentathlon - 4, Rowing - 3, Sailing - 3, Shooting - 8, Swimming - 2, Table Tennis - 6, Taekwondo - 5, Tennis - 1, Triathlon - 1, Weightlifting - 5, Wrestling - 14)
    Equatorial Guinea*: 2 (-1)
    (Swimming - 2)
    Eritrea: 12 (-1)
    (Athletics - 9, Road Cycling - 3)
    Eswatini*: 3 (-1)
    (Athletics - 1, Swimming - 2)
    Ethiopia: 29 (-7)
    (Athletics - 28, Swimming - 1)
    Gabon*: 4 (-1)
    (Athletics - 1, Judo - 1, Swimming - 1, Taekwondo - 1)
    The Gambia*: 5 (+1)
    (Athletics - 2, Judo - 1, Swimming - 2)
    Ghana: 9 (-3)
    (Athletics - 7, Swimming - 2)
    Guinea*: 4 (0)
    (Athletics - 1, Judo - 1, Swimming - 2)
    Guinea-Bissau*: 3 (-1)
    (Athletics - 1, Judo - 1, Wrestling - 1)
    Ivory Coast: 14 (-12)
    (Archery - 2, Athletics - 4, Fencing - 1, Judo - 1, Swimming - 1, Taekwondo - 4, Wrestling - 1)
    Kenya: 79 (-6)
    (Archery - 1, Athletics - 45, Boxing - 6, Fencing - 1, Rugby Sevens - 12, Swimming - 2, Indoor Volleyball - 12)
    Lesotho*: 3 (+1)
    (Athletics - 2, Taekwondo - 1)
    Liberia*: 4 (-1)
    (Athletics - 4)
    Libya*: 4 (0)
    (Athletics - 1, Fencing - 1, Judo - 1, Swimming - 1)
    Madagascar*:  5 (-1)
    (Athletics - 1, Judo - 1, Swimming - 2, Weightlifting - 1)
    Malawi*: 3 (-2)
    (Athletics - 1, Swimming - 2)
    Mali*: 6 (+1)
    (Athletics - 1, Boxing - 1, Fencing - 2, Judo - 1, Swimming - 1)
    Mauritania*: 1 (-1)
    (Judo - 1)
    Mauritius: 14 (+6)
    (Athletics - 2, Badminton - 1, Boxing - 1, Road Cycling - 2, Judo - 2, Sailing - 2, Sport Climbing - 1, Swimming - 2, Weightlifting - 1)
    Morocco: 60  (+16)
    (Athletics - 17, Boxing - 3, Breaking - 1, Slalom Canoe - 1, Road Cycling - 1, Equestrian - 1, Fencing - 2, Football - 18, Golf - 1, Judo - 4, Shooting - 1, Swimming - 2, Taekwondo - 6, Triathlon - 2, )
    Mozambique*: 9 (-1)
    (Athletics - 1, Boxing - 1, Judo - 1, Swimming - 2, Beach Volleyball - 4)
    Namibia: 7 (-4)
    (Athletics - 4, Mountain Biking - 1, Swimming - 2)
    Niger*: 8 (+1)
    (Athletics - 2, Fencing - 1, Judo - 1, Swimming - 2, Taekwondo - 2)
    Nigeria: 75 (+22)
    (Athletics - 19, Basketball - 24, Sprint Canoe - 1, Track Cycling - 1, Football - 18, Swimming - 2, Table Tennis - 4, Weightlifting - 1, Wrestling - 5)
    Rwanda*: 4 (-1)
    (Athletics - 2, Road Cycling - 1, Swimming - 1,)
    Sao Tome and Principe*: 1 (-1)
    (Athletics - 1)
    Senegal: 29 (+20)
    (Athletics - 1, Slalom Canoe - 1, Sprint Canoe - 1, Fencing - 1, Football - 18, Judo - 2, Shooting - 1, Surfing - 1, Swimming - 2, Table Tennis - 1)
    Seychelles*: 3 (-2)
    (Athletics - 1, Swimming - 2)
    Sierra Leone*: 6 (+3)
    (Athletics - 1, Boxing - 3, Swimming - 2)
    Somalia*: 2 (0)
    (Athletics - 1, Boxing - 1)
    South Africa: 198 (+21)
    (Archery - 1, Artistic Swimming - 2, Athletics - 37, Boxing - 1, Breaking - 1, Sprint Canoe - 2, BMX - 1, Mountain Biking - 1, Road Cycling - 4, Track Cycling - 1, Equestrian - 4, Fencing - 1, Field Hockey - 32, Football - 18, Golf - 4, Artistic Gymnastics - 1, Judo - 1, Rowing - 5, Rugby Sevens - 24, Sailing - 2, Skateboarding - 3, Sport Climbing - 2, Surfing - 3, Swimming - 17, Tennis - 2, Triathlon - 3, Water Polo - 24)
    South Sudan*: 2 (0)
    (Athletics - 2)
    Sudan*: 3 (-1)
    (Athletics - 1, Swimming - 2)
    Tanzania*: 7 (+4)
    (Athletics - 4, Judo - 1, Swimming - 2)
    Togo*: 4 (0)
    (Athletics - 1, Judo - 1, Swimming - 2)
    Tunisia: 60 (-3)
    (Athletics - 6, Sprint Canoe - 1, Fencing - 1, Football - 18, Judo - 3, Rowing - 1, Sailing - 4, Shooting - 1, Swimming - 2, Table Tennis - 1, Taekwondo - 2, Tennis - 1, Indoor Volleyball - 12, Weightlifting - 1, Wrestling - 6)
    Uganda: 22 (-3)
    (Athletics - 20, Swimming - 2)
    Zambia: 5 (-22)
    (Athletics - 2, Judo - 1, Swimming - 2)
    Zimbabwe: 8 (+3)
    (Athletics - 4, Golf - 1, Rowing - 1, Swimming - 2)
     
    Americas
     
    Antigua and Barbuda*: 5 (-1)
    (Athletics - 2, Sailing - 1, Swimming - 2)
    Argentina: 173 (-12)
    (Archery - 1, Athletics - 9, Basketball - 12, Boxing - 2, Sprint Canoe - 5, BMX - 3, Road Cycling - 2, Equestrian - 3, Fencing - 3, Field Hockey - 32, Football - 18, Golf - 2, Artistic Gymnastics - 3, Handball - 14, Judo - 2, Modern Pentathlon - 3, Rugby Sevens - 12, Sailing - 7, Shooting - 4, Skateboarding - 3, Swimming - 4, Table Tennis - 3, Tennis - 6, Indoor Volleyball - 12, Beach Volleyball - 4, Wrestling - 4)
    Aruba*: 6 (+3)
    (BMX - 1, Sailing - 2, Shooting - 1, Swimming - 2)
    Bahamas: 12 (-3)
    (Athletics - 10, Swimming - 2)
     Barbados: 9 (+1)
    (Athletics - 5, Surfing - 2, Swimming - 2)
     Belize*: 2 (-1)
    (Athletics - 1, Sprint Canoe - 1)
     Bermuda*: 8 (+6)
    (Archery - 1, Athletics - 2, Sailing - 2, Swimming - 2, Triathlon - 1)
     Bolivia: 4 (-1)
    (Athletics - 2, Swimming - 2)
     Brazil: 292 (-18)
    (Archery - 4, Athletics - 45, Badminton - 2, Boxing - 4, Slalom Canoe - 2, Sprint Canoe - 3, BMX - 2, Mountain Biking - 3, Road Cycling - 1, Diving - 5, Equestrian - 9, Fencing - 2, Football - 36, Artistic Gymnastics - 10, Rhythmic Gymnastics - 6, Trampoline - 1, Handball - 14, Judo - 14, Modern Pentathlon - 3, Rugby Sevens - 12, Sailing - 10, Shooting - 4, Skateboarding - 12, Surfing - 5, Swimming - 22, Table Tennis - 5, Taekwondo - 7, Tennis - 4, Triathlon - 4, Indoor Volleyball - 24, Beach Volleyball - 8, Weightlifting - 2, Wrestling - 7)
     British Virgin Islands*: 4 (+1)
    (Athletics - 3, Sailing - 1)
     Canada: 300 (-78)
    (Archery - 2, Athletics - 51, Badminton - 8, Basketball - 12, 3x3 Basketball - 4, Boxing - 3, Breaking - 1, Slalom Canoe - 2, Sprint Canoe - 14, BMX - 1, Mountain Biking - 2, Road Cycling - 3, Track Cycling - 15, Diving - 6, Equestrian - 9, Fencing - 8, Football - 18, Golf - 4, Artistic Gymnastics - 10, Trampoline - 2, Judo - 7, Rowing - 28, Rugby Sevens - 12, Sailing - 7, Skateboarding - 7, Sport Climbing - 1, Surfing - 2, Swimming - 23, Table Tennis - 2, Taekwondo - 3, Tennis - 6, Triathlon - 4, Beach Volleyball - 4, Water Polo - 12, Weightlifting - 1, Wrestling - 6)
     Cayman Islands*: 5 (0)
    (Athletics - 1, Boxing - 1, Sailing - 1, Swimming - 2)
     Chile: 40 (-11)
    (Archery - 2, Athletics - 6, Boxing - 1, Canoe Sprint - 3, Mountain Biking - 2, Road Cycling - 2, Equestrian - 2, Fencing - 1, Golf - 2, Judo - 2, Modern Pentathlon - 1, Sailing - 1, Shooting - 1, Skateboarding - 5, Swimming - 2, Table Tennis - 1, Taekwondo - 1, Tennis - 1, Triathlon - 1, Beach Volleyball - 2, Wrestling - 1)
     Colombia: 91 (+24)
    (Archery - 6, Athletics - 12, Boxing - 6, Canoe Sprint - 2, BMX - 6, Mountain Biking - 1, Road Cycling - 5, Track Cycling - 5, Diving - 5, Equestrian - 1, Fencing - 1, Football - 18, Golf - 1, Artistic Gymnastics - 1, Trampoline - 1, Judo - 1, Sailing - 1, Skateboarding - 1, Swimming - 2, Taekwondo - 1, Tennis - 2, Triathlon - 1, Weightlifting - 5, Wrestling - 6)
     Costa Rica: 10 (-3)
    (Athletics - 3, BMX - 1, Judo - 1, Surfing - 3, Swimming - 2)
     Cuba: 71 (+4)
    (Archery - 2, Athletics - 24, Boxing - 3, Sprint Canoe - 3, Road Cycling - 2, Diving - 4, Judo - 6, Shooting - 6, Swimming - 2, Taekwondo - 1, Triathlon - 1, Indoor Volleyball - 12, Weightlifting - 1, Wrestling - 4)
     Dominica*: 3 (+1)
    (Athletics - 2, Swimming - 1)
     Dominican Republic: 56 (-9)
    (Athletics - 9, Boxing - 1, Diving - 2, Equestrian - 2, Football - 18, Judo - 2, Sailing - 1, Swimming - 2, Taekwondo - 2, Volleyball - 12, Weightlifting - 4, Wrestling - 1)
     Ecuador: 40 (-6)
    (Archery - 1, Athletics - 13, Boxing - 3, BMX - 1, Road Cycling - 3, Golf - 1, Judo - 1, Modern Pentathlon - 1, Sailing - 1, Shooting - 2, Sport Climbing - 1, Swimming - 2, Table Tennis - 1, Tennis - 2, Triathlon - 2, Weightlifting - 3, Wrestling - 2)
     El Salvador*: 12 (+7)
    (Archery - 1, Athletics - 1, Badminton - 2, Breaking - 2, BMX - 1, Judo - 1, Shooting - 2, Swimming - 2)
     Grenada*: 6 (0)
    (Athletics - 4, Swimming - 2)
     Guatemala: 17 (-7)
    (Archery - 1, Athletics - 5, Badminton - 1, Judo - 1, Modern Pentathlon - 2, Sailing - 2, Shooting - 3, Swimming - 2)
     Guyana*: 8 (+1)
    (Archery - 1, Athletics - 3Boxing - 1, Swimming - 2, Table Tennis - 1)
     Haiti*: 4 (-2)
    (Athletics - 1, Judo - 1, Swimming - 2)
     Honduras: 4 (-19)
    (Athletics - 1, Swimming - 2, Wrestling - 1)
     Jamaica: 56 (+2)
    (Athletics - 52, Diving - 1, Judo - 1, Swimming - 2)
     Mexico: 107 (-53)
    (Archery - 6, Artistic Swimming - 8, Athletics - 12, Badminton - 1, Boxing - 3, Breaking - 1, Sprint Canoe - 6, Mountain Biking - 2, Track Cycling - 1, Diving - 4, Equestrian - 4, Golf - 4, Artistic Gymnastics - 3, Rhythmic Gymnastics - 6, Judo - 1, Modern Pentathlon - 4, Rowing - 4, Sailing - 3, Shooting - 7, Swimming - 2, Table Tennis - 2, Taekwondo - 6, Tennis - 2, Triathlon - 4, Beach Volleyball - 2, Weightlifting - 3, Wrestling - 5)
     Nicaragua*: 7 (-1)
    (Athletics - 1, Judo - 1, Shooting - 2, Swimming - 2, Taekwondo - 1)
     Panama: 8 (-2)
    (Athletics - 2, Boxing - 2, Road Cycling - 1, Judo - 1, Swimming - 2)
     Paraguay: 8 (0)
    (Athletics - 2, Road Cycling - 1, Golf - 1, Judo - 1, Swimming - 2, Table Tennis - 1)
     Peru: 26 (-9)
    (Athletics - 6, Fencing - 1, Judo - 2, Sailing - 3, Shooting - 6, Skateboarding - 2, Surfing - 3, Swimming - 2, Wrestling - 1)
     Puerto Rico: 42 (+5)
    (Archery - 1, Athletics - 8, Basketball - 12, Boxing - 3, Sprint Canoe - 1, Diving - 2, Judo - 1, Shooting - 3, Skateboarding - 1, Swimming - 2, Table Tennis - 5, Wrestling - 3)
     Saint Kitts and Nevis*: 2 (0)
    (Athletics - 1, Swimming - 1)
     Saint Lucia*: 5 (0)
    (Athletics - 2, Sailing - 1, Swimming - 2)
     Saint Vincent and the Grenadines*: 3 (0)
    (Athletics - 1, Swimming - 2)
     Suriname*: 3 (-1)
    (Athletics - 1, Swimming - 2)
     Trinidad and Tobago: 25 (-9)
    (Athletics - 11, Boxing - 1, Track Cycling - 2, Swimming - 2)
     United States: 571 (-50)
    (Archery - 6, Artistic Swimming - 2, Athletics - 122, Badminton - 1, Basketball - 24, 3x3 Basketball - 8, Boxing - 9, Breaking - 3, Slalom Canoe - 3, Sprint Canoe - 5, BMX - 7, Mountain Biking - 3, Road Cycling - 5, Track Cycling - 7, Diving - 10, Equestrian - 9, Fencing - 16, Football - 36, Golf - 7, Artistic Gymnastics - 10, Rhythmic Gymnastics - 7, Trampoline - 2, Judo - 3, Modern Pentathlon - 1, Rowing - 36, Rugby Sevens - 24, Sailing - 14, Shooting - 23, Skateboarding - 12, Sport Climbing - 7, Surfing - 5, Swimming - 44, Table Tennis - 6, Taekwondo - 4, Tennis - 12, Triathlon - 5, Indoor Volleyball - 24, Beach Volleyball - 6, Water Polo - 24, Weightlifting - 5, Wrestling - 14)
     Uruguay: 13 (+2)
    (Athletics - 3, Canoe Sprint - 1, Road Cycling - 2, Equestrian - 2, Judo - 1, Sailing - 2, Swimming - 2)
     Venezuela: 29 (-14)
    (Athletics - 4, Boxing - 2, BMX - 2, Road Cycling - 2, Equestrian - 1, Fencing - 3, Golf - 1, Judo - 4, Sailing - 1, Shooting - 1, Swimming - 2, Weightlifting - 4, Wrestling - 2)
     U.S. Virgin Islands*: 8 (+4)
    (Archery - 2, Athletics - 1, Fencing - 2, Sailing - 1, Swimming - 2)
     
    Asia
     
     Afganistan*: 2 (-3)
    (Athletics - 1, Judo - 1)
     Bahrain: 16 (-16)
    (Athletics - 11, Judo - 1, Swimming - 2, Weightlifting - 2)
     Bangladesh*: 7 (+1)
    (Archery - 2, Athletics - 1, Shooting - 2, Swimming - 2)
     Bhutan*: 1 (-3)
    (Swimming - 1)
     Brunei*: 2 (0)
    (Swimming - 2)
     Cambodia*: 3 (0)
    (Athletics - 1, Swimming - 2)
     China: 281 (-129)
    (Artistic Swimming - 8, Athletics - 25, Badminton - 14, Basketball - 12, 3x3 Basketball - 4, Breaking - 1, Slalom Canoe - 3, Sprint Canoe - 13, BMX - 1, Diving - 9, Equestrian - 1, Fencing - 8, Field Hockey - 16, Golf - 4, Artistic Gymnastics - 10, Rhythmic Gymnastics - 6, Trampoline - 3, Judo - 3, Modern Pentathlon - 2, Rowing - 23, Sailing - 4, Shooting - 20, Skateboarding - 1, Sport Climbing - 1, Swimming - 24, Table Tennis - 6, Taekwondo - 8, Tennis - 6, Indoor Volleyball - 12, Beach Volleyball - 4, Water Polo - 12, Weightlifting - 6, Wrestling - 7)
     Hong Kong: 34 (-9)
    (Athletics - 1, Badminton - 6, Road Cycling - 1, Track Cycling - 1, Fencing - 7, Judo - 1, Sailing 8 , Swimming - 2, Table Tennis - 6, Triathlon - 1)
     India: 115 (-5)
    (Archery - 6, Athletics - 16, Badminton - 9, Boxing - 12, Equestrian - 2, Fencing - 1, Field Hockey - 32, Golf - 3, Judo - 1, Sailing - 2, Shooting - 16, Swimming - 2, Table Tennis - 4, Weightlifting - 1, Wrestling - 8)
     Indonesia: 26 (-2)
    (Archery - 1, Athletics - 1, Badminton - 11, BMX - 1, Judo - 1, Sport Climbing - 4, Surfing - 2, Swimming - 2, Weightlifting - 3)
     Iran: 75 (+10)
    (Archery - 1, Athletics - 1, Basketball - 12, Boxing - 1, Sprint Canoe - 1, Road Cycling - 2, Fencing - 3, Football - 18, Rowing - 1, Shooting - 4, Swimming - 1, Table Tennis - 2, Taekwondo - 3, Indoor Volleyball - 12, Weightlifting - 3, Wrestling - 10)
     Iraq: 2 (-1)
    (Athletics - 1, Rowing - 1)
     Japan: 383 (-217)
    (Archery - 2, Artistic Swimming - 8, Athletics - 49, Badminton - 11, Basketball - 12, 3x3 Basketball - 4, Boxing - 2, Breaking - 4, Slalom Canoe - 3, Sprint Canoe - 7, BMX - 3, Mountain Biking - 1, Road Cycling - 1, Track Cycling - 9, Diving - 9, Equestrian - 7, Fencing - 14, Football - 36, Golf - 4, Artistic Gymnastics - 10, Rhythmic Gymnastics - 6, Trampoline - 3, Handball - 14, Judo - 14, Modern Pentathlon - 2, Rowing - 2, Rugby Sevens - 24, Sailing - 8, Shooting - 2, Skatebaording - 10, Sport Climbing - 4, Surfing - 3, Swimming - 31, Table Tennis - 6, Tennis - 5, Triathlon - 3, Indoor Volleyball - 24, Beach Volleyball - 2, Water Polo - 12, Weightlifting - 2, Wrestling - 9)
     Jordan: 11 (-3)
    (Athletics - 1, Boxing - 2, Equestrian - 1, Artistic Gymnastics - 1, Swimming - 2, Taekwondo - 4)
     Kazakhstan: 82 (-15)
    (Archery - 2, Athletics - 8, Boxing - 10, Mountain Biking - 1, Road Cycling - 2, Track Cycling - 2, Fencing - 6, Artistic Gymnastics - 1, Rhythmic Gymnastics - 1, Trampoline - 1, Judo - 8, Modern Pentathlon - 3, Rowing - 1, Shooting - 8, Swimming - 2, Table Tennis - 3, Taekwondo - 1, Tennis - 5, Triathlon - 1, Weightlifting - 4, Wrestling - 12)
     Kuwait: 6 (-4)
    (Athletics - 1, Shooting - 3, Swimming - 2)
     Kyrgyzstan: 18 (+2)
    (Athletics - 1, Boxing - 2, Judo - 2, Modern Pentathlon - 1, Swimming - 2, Wrestling - 10)
     Laos*: 3 (-1)
    (Athletics - 1, Swimming - 2)
     Lebanon*: 9 (+3)
    (Athletics - 1, Fencing - 1, Judo - 1, Rowing - 1, Shooting - 1, Swimming - 2, Taekwondo - 1, Tennis - 1)
     Malaysia: 26 (-4)
    (Athletics - 1, Badminton - 12, Track Cycling - 1, Diving - 5, Golf - 2, Sailing - 2, Swimming - 2, Weightlifting - 1)
     Maldives*: 4 (0)
    (Athletics - 1, Badminton - 1, Swimming - 2)
     Mongolia: 34 (-9)
    (Athletics - 2, 3x3 Basketball - 4, Boxing - 2, Road Cycling - 1, Judo - 11, Shooting - 4, Swimming - 2, Wrestling - 8)
     Myanmar*: 5 (+3)
    (Athletics - 1, Badminton - 2, Weightlifting - 2)
     Nepal*: 7 (+2)
    (Athletics - 1, Boxing - 3, Judo - 1, Swimming - 2)
     Oman*: 3 (-2)
    (Athletics - 1, Shooting - 1, Swimming - 1)
     Pakistan: 5 (-5)
    (Athletics - 1, Shooting - 2, Swimming - 2)
     Palestine: 3* (-2)
    (Swimming - 2, Taekwondo - 1)
     Philippines: 12 (-7)
    (Athletics - 2, Boxing - 1, Golf - 2, Artistic Gymnastics - 1, Judo - 1, Skateboarding - 1, Swimming - 2, Weightlifting - 2)
     Qatar: 24 (+9)
    (Athletics - 2, Handball - 14, Shooting - 3, Swimming - 2, Beach Volleyball - 2, Weightlifting - 1)
     Saudi Arabia: 9 (-22)
    (Athletics - 2, Equestrian - 3, Judo - 1, Shooting - 1, Swimming - 2)
     Singapore: 21 (-2)
    (Athletics - 1, Badminton - 4, Sprint Canoe - 3, Fencing - 2, Sailing - 4, Shooting - 1, Swimming - 2, Table Tennis - 4)
     South Korea: 162 (-73)
    (Archery - 6, Athletics - 3, Badminton - 10, Boxing - 3, Breaking - 3, Diving - 3, Fencing - 16, Field Hockey - 16, Football - 18, Golf - 5, Artistic Gymnastics - 8, Judo - 11, Modern Pentathlon - 4, Shooting - 14, Sport Climbing - 4, Swimming - 16, Table Tennis - 6, Taekwondo, Tennis - 2, Weightlifting - 5, Wrestling - 3)
     Sri Lanka: 4 (-5)
    (Athletics - 2, Swimming - 2)
     Syria*: 5 (-1)
    (Athletics - 1, Artistic Gymnastics - 1, Judo - 1, Swimming - 1, Weightlifting - 1)
     Taiwan: 46 (-22)
    (Archery - 6, Athletics - 2, Badminton - 4, Boxing - 3, Slalom Canoe - 1, Sprint Canoe - 1, Golf - 4, Artistic Gymnastics - 4, Judo - 3, Rowing - 1, Shooting - 4, Swimming - 3, Table Tennis - 6, Taekwondo - 2, Weightlifting - 2)
     Tajikistan: 9 (-1)
    (Athletics - 1, Boxing - 3, Judo - 3, Swimming - 2)
     Thailand: 49 (+8)
    (Athletics - 5, Badminton - 9, Boxing - 7, BMX - 2, Road Cycling - 2, Equestrian - 1, Golf - 4, Judo - 1, Sailing - 2, Shooting - 5, Swimming - 2, Table Tennis - 2, Taekwondo - 1, Beach Volleyball - 2, Weightlifting - 4)
     Timor-Leste*: 2 (-1)
    (Swimming - 2)
     Turkmenistan: 4 (-5)
    (Athletics - 1, Judo - 1, Swimming - 2)
     United Arab Emirates: 6 (+1)
    (Athletics - 1, Road Cycling - 1, Judo - 1, Shooting - 1, Swimming - 2)
     Uzbekistan: 56 (-11)
    (Archery - 2, Artistic Swimming - 2, Athletics - 3, Boxing - 11, Road Cycling - 2, Artistic Gymnastics - 1, Rhythmic Gymnastics - 6, Judo - 10, Modern Pentathlon - 1, Swimming - 2, Taekwondo - 4, Weightlifting - 1, Wrestling - 11)
     Vietnam: 13 (-5)
    (Athletics - 1, Badminton - 1, Road Cycling - 1, Judo - 1, Shooting - 1, Swimming - 5, Weightlifting - 3)
     Yemen: 2 (-3)
    (Athletics - 1, Swimming - 1)
     
    Europe
     
     Albania*: 9 (0)
    (Athletics - 2, Boxing - 1, Road Cycling - 1, Shooting - 1, Swimming - 2, Weightlifting - 1, Wrestling - 1)
     Andorra*: 6 (+4)
    (Athletics - 1, Slalom Canoe - 1, Rhythmic Gymnastics - 1, Swimming - 2, Tennis - 1)
     Armenia: 19 (+2)
    (Athletics - 1, Boxing - 7, Artistic Gymnastics - 3, Shooting - 1, Swimming - 2, Weightlifting - 2, Wrestling - 3)
     Austria: 85 (+12)
    (Archery - 1, Artistic Swimming - 2, Athletics - 4, Slalom Canoe - 4, Mountain Biking - 3, Road Cycling - 3, Diving - 1, Equestrian - 8, Golf - 4, Artistic Gymnastics - 3, Judo - 4, Rowing - 5, Sailing - 10, Shooting - 4, Skateboarding - 1, Sport Climbing - 4, Swimming - 9, Table Tennis - 4, Tennis - 2, Triathlon - 4, Beach Volleyball - 4, Wrestling - 1)
     Azerbaijan: 44 (0)
    (Athletics - 2, Badminton - 1, Boxing - 4, Fencing - 1, Artistic Gymnastics - 1, Rhythmic Gymnastics - 6, Trampoline - 1, Judo - 9, Rowing - 1, Shooting - 1, Swimming - 2, Taekwondo - 1, Triathlon - 1, Weightlifting - 1, Wrestling - 12)
     Belgium: 194 (+71)
    (Archery - 1, Athletics - 34, Badminton - 2, Basketball - 12, 3x3 Basketball - 4, Breaking - 1, Slalom Canoe - 2, Sprint Canoe - 3, BMX - 2, Mountain Biking - 3, Road Cycling - 8, Track Cycling - 7, Equestrian - 9, Fencing - 1, Field Hockey - 32, Football - 18, Golf - 3, Artistic Gymnastics - 6, Judo - 7, Modern Pentathlon - 1, Rowing - 2, Sailing - 7, Skateboarding - 1, Swimming - 3, Table Tennis - 2, Taekwondo - 2, Tennis - 5, Triathlon - 4, Indoor Volleyball - 12, )
     Bosnia and Herzegovina: 5 (-2)
    (Athletics - 3, Swimming - 2)
     Bulgaria: 39 (-3)
    (Athletics - 3, Badminton - 2, Boxing - 5, Fencing - 1, Rhythmic Gymnastics - 6, Judo - 2, Modern Pentathlon - 1, Rowing - 1, Shooting - 4, Skateboarding - 1, Swimming - 2, Tennis - 1, Weightlifting - 3, Wrestling - 7)
     Croatia: 66 (+6)
    (Archery - 1, Athletics - 8, Boxing - 2, Slalom Canoe - 2, Sprint Canoe - 2, BMX - 1, Road Cycling - 1, Artistic Gymnastics - 1, Judo - 4, Rowing - 4, Sailing - 6, Shooting - 5, Swimming - 2, Table Tennis - 4, Taekwondo - 3, Tennis - 7, Water Polo - 12, Wrestling - 1)
     Cyprus: 15 (0)
    (Athletics - 5, Road Cycling - 1, Artistic Gymnastics - 3, Rowing - 1, Sailing - 2, Shooting - 1, Swimming - 2)
     Czech Republic: 108 (-1)
    (Archery - 1, Athletics - 27, Badminton - 2, Slalom Canoe - 4, Sprint Canoe - 6, BMX - 1, Mountain Biking - 2, Road Cycling - 3, Track Cycling - 2, Equestrian - 1, Fencing - 1, Golf - 2, Artistic Gymnastics - 1, Judo - 5, Modern Pentathlon - 4, Rowing - 7, Sailing - 3, Shooting - 13, Sport Climbing - 2, Swimming - 3, Table Tennis - 3, Tennis - 6, Triathlon - 3, Beach Volleyball - 4, Weightlifting - 1, Wrestling - 1)
     Denmark: 106 (+2)
    (Archery - 1, Athletics - 6, Badminton - 9, Sprint Canoe - 5, BMX - 1, Mountain Biking - 3, Road Cycling - 6, Track Cycling - 7, Equestrian - 5, Golf - 4, Artistic Gymnastics - 1, Handball - 28, Judo - 1, Rowing - 7, Sailing - 9, Shooting - 6, Swimming - 2, Table Tennis - 1, Tennis - 1, Triathlon - 2, Wrestling - 1)
     Estonia: 28 (-5)
    (Athletics - 7, Badminton - 1, Sprint Canoe - 1, Mountain Biking - 1, Road Cycling - 1, Equestrian - 2, Fencing - 1, Judo - 1, Rowing - 4, Swimming - 2, Tennis - 2, Beach Volleyball - 2, Wrestling - 2)
     Finland: 67 (+22)
    (Athletics - 31, Badminton - 1, Boxing - 1, Sprint Canoe - 1, Road Cycling - 1, Diving - 1, Equestrian - 2, Golf - 4, Artistic Gymnastics - 3, Judo - 2, Sailing - 8, Shooting - 4, Skateboarding - 1, Swimming - 2, Table Tennis - 1, Tennis - 2, Wrestling - 2)
     France: 538 (+158)
    (Archery - 6, Artistic Swimming - 8, Athletics - 68, Badminton - 8, Basketball - 24, 3x3 Basketball - 8, Boxing - 6, Breaking - 4, Slalom Canoe - 4, Sprint Canoe - 10, BMX - 7, Mountain Biking - 4, Road Cycling - 8, Track Cycling - 15, Diving - 8, Equestrian - 9, Fencing - 18, Field Hockey - 32, Football - 36, Golf - 4, Artistic Gymnastics - 8, Rhythmic Gymnastics - 6, Trampoline - 3, Handball - 28, Judo - 14, Modern Pentathlon - 3, Rowing - 14, Rugby Sevens - 14, Sailing - 14, Shooting - 14, Skateboarding - 4, Sport Climbing - 7, Surfing - 4, Swimming - 25, Table Tennis - 6, Taekwondo - 4, Tennis - 9, Triathlon - 6, Indoor Volleyball - 24, Beach Volleyball - 4, Water Polo - 24, Weightlifting - 4, Wrestling - 2)
     Georgia: 30 (-3)
    (Athletics - 1, Boxing - 2, Sprint Canoe - 1, Fencing - 1, Judo - 10, Shooting - 3, Swimming - 2, Weightlifting - 3, Wrestling - 7)
     Germany: 390 (-2)
    (Archery - 6, Artistic Swimming - 2, Athletics - 77, Badminton - 4, 3x3 Basketball - 4, Boxing - 3, Slalom Canoe - 6, Sprint Canoe - 16, BMX - 4, Mountain Biking - 3, Road Cycling - 5, Track Cycling - 14, Diving - 9, Equestrian - 9, Fencing - 10, Field Hockey - 32, Football - 18, Golf - 4, Artistic Gymnastics - 10, Rhythmic Gymnastics - 2, Trampoline - 2, Handball - 28, Judo - 10, Modern Pentathlon - 4, Rowing - 21, Sailing - 14, Shooting - 14, Skateboarding - 1, Sport Climbing - 3, Surfing - 1, Swimming - 21, Table Tennis - 6, Taekwondo - 2, Tennis - 9, Triathlon - 5, Beach Volleyball - 6, Weightlifting - 1, Wrestling - 4)
     Great Britain: 374 (-1)
    (Archery - 4, Artistic Swimming - 2, Athletics - 88, Badminton - 3, Boxing - 7, Slalom Canoe - 4, Sprint Canoe - 7, BMX - 5, Mountain Biking - 3, Road Cycling - 5, Track Cycling - 16, Diving - 9, Equestrian - 9, Field Hockey - 32, Football - 18, Golf - 4, Artistic Gymnastics - 10, Trampoline - 3, Judo - 6, Modern Pentathlon - 3, Rowing - 35, Rugby Sevens - 24, Sailing - 14, Shooting - 9, Skateboarding - 3, Sport Climbing - 2, Swimming - 28, Table Tennis - 3, Taekwondo - 4, Tennis - 7, Triathlon - 5, Weightlifting - 2)
     Greece: 81 (+6)
    (Artistic Swimming - 8, Athletics - 11, Basketball - 12, Boxing - 1, Mountain Biking - 1, Road Cycling - 1, Diving - 1, Equestrian - 1, Fencing - 1, Rhythmic Gymnastics - 5, Judo - 2, Rowing - 5, Sailing - 5, Shooting - 3, Swimming - 7, Table Tennis - 1, Taekwondo - 1, Tennis - 2, Water Polo - 12, Wrestling - 1)
     Hungary: 171 (-1)
    (Athletics - 14, Badminton - 1, Boxing - 5, Sprint Canoe - 13, Mountain Biking - 1, Road Cycling - 2, Diving - 1, Fencing - 12, Artistic Gymnastics - 8, Rhythmic Gymnastics - 1, Handball - 28, Judo - 6, Modern Pentathlon - 4, Rowing - 1, Sailing - 3, Shooting - 3, Swimming - 27, Table Tennis - 4, Taekwondo - 1, Tennis - 1, Triathlon - 3, Water Polo - 24, Wrestling - 8)
     Iceland*: 10 (+6)
    (Athletics - 3, Road Cycling - 1, Judo - 1, Shooting - 1, Swimming - 2, Triathlon - 1, Weightlifting - 1)
     Ireland: 100 (-20)
    (Athletics - 18, Badminton - 2, Boxing - 5, Slalom Canoe - 2, Road Cycling - 2, Track Cycling - 4, Diving - 2, Equestrian - 7, Golf - 4, Artistic Gymnastics - 2, Modern Pentathlon - 1, Rowing - 20, Rugby Sevens - 24, Sailing - 4, Swimming - 2, Taekwondo - 1)
     Israel: 65 (-24)
    (Artistic Swimming - 2, Athletics - 9, Badminton - 2, Breaking - 1, Mountain Biking - 1, Road Cycling - 2, Equestrian - 3, Artistic Gymnastics - 2, Rhythmic Gymnastics - 6, Judo - 13, Sailing - 8, Skateboarding - 1, Surfing - 1, Swimming - 11, Taekwondo - 1, Triathlon - 1, Wrestling - 1)
     Italy: 377 (+11)
    (Archery - 6, Artistic Swimming - 8, Athletics - 66, Basketball - 12, Boxing - 7, Breaking - 1, Slalom Canoe - 4, Sprint Canoe - 7, BMX - 1, Mountain Biking - 4, Road Cycling - 7, Track Cycling - 12, Diving - 6, Equestrian - 6, Fencing - 18, Golf - 4, Artistic Gymnastics - 10, Rhythmic Gymnastics - 7, Trampoline - 1, Judo - 11, Modern Pentathlon - 4, Rowing - 23, Sailing - 14, Shooting - 11, Skateboarding - 1, Sport Climbing - 5, Surfing - 1, Swimming - 40, Table Tennis - 4, Taekwondo - 2, Tennis - 8, Triathlon - 4, Indoor Volleyball - 24, Beach Volleyball - 6, Water Polo - 24, Weightlifting - 5, Wrestling - 3)
     Kosovo: 9 (-2)
    (Athletics - 1, Boxing - 1, Judo - 5, Swimming - 2)
     Latvia: 26 (-6)
    (Athletics - 6, 3x3 Basketball - 4, BMX - 1, Mountain Biking - 1, Road Cycling -4, Modern Pentathlon - 1, Sailing - 1, Shooting - 4, Swimming - 2, Tennis - 1, Beach Volleyball - 2, Wrestling - 1)
     Liechtenstein*: 2 (-3)
    (Swimming - 2)
     Lithuania: 64 (+22)
    (Athletics - 8, Basketball - 12, 3x3 Basketball - 8, Boxing - 2, Sprint Canoe - 4, Road Cycling - 2, Equestrian - 3, Artistic Gymnastics - 1, Modern Pentathlon - 2, Rowing - 11, Sailing - 2, Shooting - 1, Swimming - 5, Wrestling - 3)
     Luxembourg: 16 (+4)
    (Archery - 1, Athletics - 3, Road Cycling - 2, Equestrian - 2, Swimming - 2, Table Tennis - 2, Triathlon - 4)
     Malta*: 8 (+2)
    (Athletics - 1, Badminton - 1, Artistic Gymnastics - 1, Judo - 1, Shooting - 2, Swimming - 2)
     Moldova: 34 (-9)
    (Archery - 2, Athletics - 5, Boxing - 2, Sprint Canoe - 4, Equestrian - 1, Judo - 3, Rowing - 2, Swimming - 2, Wrestling - 3)
     Monaco*: 6 (0)
    (Judo - 1, Rowing - 1, Sailing - 1, Table Tennis - 1, Swimming - 2)
     Montenegro: 19 (-15)
    (Athletics - 2, Boxing - 1, Sailing - 1, Tennis - 1, Swimming - 2, Water Polo - 12)
     Netherlands: 286 (+19)
    (Archery - 4, Artistic Swimming - 2, Athletics - 42, Badminton - 7, 3x3 Basketball - 8, Slalom Canoe - 2, Sprint Canoe - 3, BMX - 5, Mountain Biking - 2, Road Cycling - 8, Track Cycling - 9, Diving - 1, Equestrian - 9, Fencing - 1, Field Hockey - 32, Football - 18, Golf - 1, Artistic Gymnastics - 7, Handball - 14, Judo - 11, Rowing - 40, Sailing - 11, Skateboarding - 3, Swimming - 20, Table Tennis - 1, Tennis - 4, Triathlon - 3, Beach Volleyball - 6, Water Polo - 12)
     North Macedonia*: 9 (+1)
    (Athletics - 1, Boxing - 1, Mountain Biking - 2, Judo - 1, Swimming - 2, Taekwondo - 1, Wrestling - 1)
     Norway: 101 (+8)
    (Athletics - 23, Badminton - 2, Boxing - 1, Breaking - 1, Mountain Biking - 1, Road Cycling - 4, Diving - 1, Equestrian - 2, Golf - 3, Artistic Gymnastics - 2, Handball - 28, Rowing - 8, Sailing - 4, Shooting - 6, Skateboarding - 1, Swimming - 2, Taekwondo - 1, Tennis - 1, Triathlon - 4, Beach Volleyball - 4, Wrestling - 2)
     Poland: 214 (+8)
    (Archery - 1, Athletics - 51, Boxing - 4, Slalom Canoe - 4, Sprint Canoe - 13, Mountain Biking - 2, Road Cycling - 4, Track Cycling - 15, Diving - 1, Equestrian - 6, Fencing - 9, Golf - 1, Judo - 5, Modern Pentathlon - 3, Rowing - 15, Sailing - 11, Shooting - 8, Sport Climbing - 3, Swimming - 17, Table Tennis - 3, Taekwondo - 2, Tennis - 5, Triathlon - 1, Indoor Volleyball - 24, Beach Volleyball - 2, Wrestling - 4)
     Portugal: 96 (+4)
    (Athletics - 20, Slalom Canoe - 1, Sprint Canoe - 6, Mountain Biking - 1, Road Cycling - 3, Track Cycling - 2, Equestrian - 4, Golf - 1, Trampoline - 1, Handball - 14, Judo - 9, Rowing - 3, Sailing - 3, Shooting - 4, Skateboarding - 1, Surfing - 4, Swimming - 6, Table Tennis - 6, Tennis - 2, Triathlon - 5)
     Romania: 88 (-14)
    (Archery - 1, Athletics - 13, Boxing - 2, Sprint Canoe - 1, Mountain Biking - 1, Road Cycling - 1, Diving - 2, Fencing - 2, Artistic Gymnastics - 3, Rhythmic Gymnastics - 1, Judo - 3, Rowing - 36, Sailing - 1, Shooting - 1, Swimming - 4, Table Tennis - 4, Tennis - 4, Triathlon - 1, Weightlifting - 2, Wrestling - 5)
     San Marino*: 7 (+2)
    (Athletics - 1, Sailing - 1, Shooting - 2, Swimming - 2, Wrestling - 1)
     Serbia: 131 (+44)
    (Athletics - 8, Basketball - 24, 3x3 Basketball - 4, Boxing - 7, Road Cycling - 2, Handball - 14, Judo - 6, Rowing - 3, Shooting - 4, Sport Climbing - 1, Swimming - 5, Table Tennis - 2, Taekwondo - 4, Tennis - 4, Indoor Volleyball - 24, Water Polo - 12, Wrestling - 7)
     Slovakia: 36 (-5)
    (Archery - 1, Athletics - 5, Badminton - 1, Slalom Canoe - 4, Sprint Canoe - 6, Road Cycling - 2, Judo - 1, Shooting - 5, Swimming - 2, Table Tennis - 5, Tennis - 1, Wrestling - 3)
     Slovenia: 94 (+41)
    (Archery -2, Athletics - 9, Basketball - 12, Slalom Canoe - 4, Sprint Canoe - 2, Mountain Biking - 1, Road Cycling - 5, Golf - 1, Artistic Gymnastics - 2, Rhythmic Gymnastics - 1, Handball - 14, Judo - 6, Rowing - 2, Sailing - 6, Shooting - 2, Sport Climbing - 4, Swimming - 4, Table Tennis - 3, Tennis - 2, Indoor Volleyball - 12)
     Spain: 338 (+10)
    (Archery - 4, Artistic Swimming - 8, Athletics - 58, Badminton - 2, Basketball - 24, Boxing - 5, Breaking - 2, Slalom Canoe - 4, Sprint Canoe - 16, Mountain Biking - 3, Road Cycling - 6, Track Cycling - 3, Diving - 2, Equestrian - 6, Fencing - 5, Field Hockey - 32, Golf - 4, Artistic Gymnastics - 6, Rhythmic Gymnastics - 6, Trampoline - 1, Handball - 28, Judo - 8, Modern Pentathlon - 1, Rowing - 12, Rugby Sevens - 12, Sailing - 14, Shooting - 3, Sport Climbing - 2, Surfing - 1, Swimming - 9, Table Tennis - 2, Taekwondo - 6, Tennis - 8, Triathlon - 5, Beach Volleyball - 4, Water Polo - 24, Weightlifting - 1, Wrestling - 1)
     Sweden: 148 (+15)
    (Archery - 2, Athletics - 27, Badminton - 1, Boxing - 1, Slalom Canoe - 2, Sprint Canoe - 4, Mountain Biking - 1, Road Cycling - 3, Diving - 2, Equestrian - 9, Football - 18, Golf - 4, Artistic Gymnastics - 3, Handball - 28, Judo - 2, Modern Pentathlon - 1, Rowing - 1, Sailing - 7, Shooting - 5, Skateboarding - 1, Swimming - 13, Table Tennis - 5, Tennis - 1, Triathlon - 1, Beach Volleyball - 2, Wrestling - 4)
     Switzerland: 113 (+18)
    (Archery - 1, Athletics - 31, Badminton - 1, Slalom Canoe - 4, BMX - 5, Mountain Biking - 4, Road Cycling - 5, Track Cycling - 9, Diving - 4, Equestrian - 7, Fencing - 1, Golf - 2, Judo - 4, Modern Pentathlon - 1, Rowing - 18, Sailing - 4, Shooting - 5, Sport Climbing - 1, Swimming - 9, Table Tennis - 1, Tennis - 5, Triathlon - 4, Beach Volleyball - 4, Wrestling - 1)
     Turkey: 105 (0)
    (Archery - 6, Athletics - 14, Badminton - 1, Basketball - 12, Boxing - 9, Road Cycling - 1, Equestrian - 1, Fencing - 1, Artistic Gymnastics - 5, Judo - 6, Modern Pentathlon - 2, Sailing - 6, Shooting - 1, Swimming - 3, Table Tennis - 1, Taekwondo - 6, Triathlon - 1, Indoor Volleyball - 12, Weightlifting - 1, Wrestling - 16)
     Ukraine: 135 (-14)
    (Archery - 2, Artistic Swimming - 8, Athletics - 22, Badminton - 2, Boxing - 10, Breaking - 3, Slalom Canoe - 1, Sprint Canoe - 11, Mountain Biking - 2, Road Cycling - 2, Track Cycling - 2, Diving - 5, Fencing - 4, Artistic Gymnastics - 3, Rhythmic Gymnastics - 1, Trampoline - 2, Judo - 7, Modern Pentathlon - 1, Rowing - 16, Sailing - 1, Shooting - 8, Swimming - 8, Table Tennis - 2, Tennis - 3, Weightlifting - 2, Wrestling - 7)
     
    Oceania
     
     American Samoa*: 1 (-5)
    (Swimming - 1)
     Australia: 467 (-12)
    (Archery - 2, Artistic Swimming - 8, Athletics - 68, Badminton - 2, Basketball - 24, Boxing - 6, Breaking - 2, Slalom Canoe - 4, Sprint Canoe - 10, BMX - 4, Mountain Biking - 3, Road Cycling - 7, Track Cycling - 14, Diving - 11, Equestrian - 9, Field Hockey - 32, Football - 36, Golf - 4, Artistic Gymnastics - 7, Rhythmic Gymnastics - 6, Trampoline - 2, Judo - 3, Modern Pentathlon - 2, Rowing - 42, Rugby Sevens - 24, Sailing - 12, Shooting - 11, Skateboarding - 6, Sport Climbing - 4, Surfing - 5, Swimming - 38, Table Tennis - 6, Taekwondo - 8, Tennis - 8, Triathlon - 4, Beach Volleyball - 6, Water Polo - 24, Weightlifting - 2, Wrestling - 1)
     Cook Islands*: 3 (-3)
    (Athletics - 1, Swimming - 2)
     Federated States of Micronesia*: 1 (-2)
    (Swimming - 1)
     Fiji: 30 (-2)
    (Athletics - 1, Judo - 1, Rugby Sevens - 24, Sailing - 1, Table Tennis - 1, Swimming - 2)
     Guam*: 4 (-1)
    (Athletics - 1, Judo - 1, Swimming - 2)
     Kiribati*: 1 (-2)
    (Judo - 1)
    Marshall Islands*: 2 (0)
    (Swimming - 2)
     Nauru*: 1 (-1)
    (Weightlifting - 1)
     New Zealand: 200 (-15)
    (Athletics - 22, Badminton - 1, Slalom Canoe - 2, Sprint Canoe - 6, BMX - 2, Mountain Biking - 1, Road Cycling - 4, Track Cycling - 12, Equestrian - 5, Field Hockey - 32, Football - 36, Golf - 4, Artistic Gymnastics - 1, Trampoline - 2, Judo - 2, Rowing - 14, Rugby Sevens - 24, Sailing - 14, Shooting - 1, Surfing - 2, Table Tennis - 1, Triathlon - 4, Weightlifting - 1, )
     Palau*: 2 (-1)
    (Swimming - 2)
     Papua New Guinea*: 6 (-2)
    (Athletics - 1, Sailing - 1, Swimming - 2, Table Tennis - 1, Weightlifting - 1)
     Samoa*: 20 (+12)
    (Athletics - 1, Judo - 1, Rugby Sevens - 12, Sailing - 1, Swimming - 2, Weightlifting - 3)
    Solomon Islands*: 2 (-1)
    (Swimming - 2)
    Tonga*: 4 (-2)
    (Athletics - 1, Swimming - 2, Weightlifting - 1)
    Tuvalu*: 0 (-2)
    Vanuatu*:  1 (-2)
    (Judo - 1)
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    Dressage Neustadt Dosse CDI3* Results
    The following have achieved 1/2 MER result
    Simone Pearce (Cadeau Noir)
    Hendrik Lochthowe (Bricco Barone)
    Nicole Wego-Engelmeyer (Citation 3)
    Felix Kneese (San Simeon)
     
    Dressage Basel CDI-W Results
    The following have achieved 1/2 MER result
    Jessica Bredow-Werndl (TSF Dalera BB)
    Isabell Werth (DSP Quantaz)
    Dinja Liere (Hartsuijker)
    Nanna Skodborg Merrald (Blue Hors Zepter)
    Benjamin Werndl (Daily Mirror 9)
    Patrik Kittel (Forever Young HRH)
    Dorothee Schneider (Showtime FRH)
    Florian Bacher (Fidertraum OLD)
    Corentin Pottier (Gotilas Du Feuillard)
    Thamar Zweistra (Hexagon's Double Dutch)
    Guillaume Lundy CNE (Tempo Ifce)
    Gilles Ngovan (Zigzag)
    Jorinde Verwimp (Charmer)
    Estelle Wettstein (Quarterboy)
     
    Dressage Wellington CDI-W Results
    The following have achieved 1/2 MER result
    Adrienne Lyle (Salvino)
    Sarah Tubman (First Apple)
    Caroline Darcourt (Lord Django)
    Anna Marek (Fire Fly)
    Tinne Vilhelmson Silfven (Devanto)
     
    Dressage Wellington CDI3* Results
    The following have achieved 1/2 MER result
    Frederic Wanders (Hot Hit OLD)
    Carrie Schopf (Saumur)
    Codi Harrison (Katholt's Bossco)
    Michael Klimke (Domino)
    Megan Lane (Zodiac MW)
    Chase Shipka (Gladstone Zee T)
     
    The first CDI-W event in Europe sees everyone that finished the Grand Prix grab an MER result. Looking at the calendar, I see there are seven weeks with events in Wellington from January to March. This make it a good place to farm ranking points without the stress of traveling and still have enough time to fly over to Europe (or stay and travel here). However, only Schopf (who's American-born) and Venezuela's Patricia Ferrando competed this week. Perhaps more will attend in two weeks.
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    Week 1 Results
     
    Men's Events
    Event Tour Winner Pts Won Sentry Tournament of Champions PGA Tour Jon Rahm 37.68  
     
    Women's Events
    Event Tour Winner Pts Won Hitachi Ladies Classic TLPGA Kokona Sakurai 4.00
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    Francisca Veselko is the 2023 World Junior Champion in women’s surfing! Congrats  
     
    Francisca’s Individual Scores (12.47): 2.67, 5.47, 4.40, 7.00
     
    And a shoutout to second place finisher, America’s Sawyer Lindbald   you were excellent all throughout the tournament! 

    Sawyer’s Individual Scores: (12.33): 5.83, 6.50, 2.33
     
     
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    This weekend's ranking and MER eligible events
     
    Dressage
    Neustadt Dosse - CDI3*
    Basel - CDI-W
    Wellington - CDI-W
    Wellington - CDI3*
     
    Jumping
    Abu Dhabi - CSI4*-W
     
    The first Eventing event will be next week.
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    Jumping - Dannevirke CSI1*-W Results
    The following have achieved 1/3 MER results
    Phillip Steiner (Cassina Dior)
    Maurice Beatson (Central Park)
    Julie Davey (LT Holst Freda)
    Brooke Edgecombe (LT Holst Andrea)
    Tegan Fitzsimon (Windermere Cappuccino)
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    2023 Canadian Track Cycling Championships | Milton, Ontario: January 6-8, 2023:
     
    Day 3 Results-
     
    Women’s Keirin: Gold- Lauriane Genest, Silver- Sarah Orban, Bronze- Diane Snobelen
     
    (Of note, Kelsey Mitchell chose not to compete in this event, otherwise she probably would’ve been on the podium)
     
    Men’s Keirin: Gold- James Hedgcock, Silver- Tyler Rorke, Bronze- Nick Wammes
     
    Women’s Pursuit: Gold- Ariane Bonhomme, Silver- Fiona Majendie, Bronze- Ruby West
     
    Men’s Pursuit: Gold- Michael Foley, Silver- Dylan Bibic, Bronze- Carson Mattern
     
    Men’s Madison: Gold- Dylan Bibic/Mathias Guillemette, Silver- Chris Burnst/Evan Burtnik, Bronze- Philippe Jacob/Tristan Jussaume
     
    Women’s Madison: Gold- Ariane Bonhomme/Lily Plante, Silver- Erin Attwell/Devaney Collier, Bronze- Kiara Lylyk/Kaitlyn Rauwerda
     
     
    Full Results Here
     
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    Just a reminder, for platinum level marathons, the top 5 are considered to reach the qualification standard, regardless of time
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    Dressage Exloo CDI3* Results
    The following have achieved 1/2 MER result
    Charlotte Fry (Dark Legend)
    Daniel Bachmann Andersen (Vayron)
    Charlotte Heering (Bufranco)
    Lynne Maas (Electra)
    Annabella Pidgley (Gio)
    Charlotte Fry (Don Joe)
    Charlotte Fry (Lars van de Hoenderheide)
    Helen Erbe (Carlos FRH)
    Lina Uzunhasan (Furst Fabelhaft UZN)
    Camille Cheret Judet (Herelja Higgins)
    Jazmin Yom Tov (Hexagon's Grandville)
     
    Dressage Thermal CDI3* Results
    The following have achieved 1/2 MER result
    Amy Miller (Encore)
     
    Dressage Thermal CDI-W Results
    The following have achieved 1/2 MER result
    Steffen Peters (Suppenkasper)
    Anna Buffini (FRH Davinia La Douce)
    Claire Darnell (Harrold S)
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    Dressage Exloo CDI3* Results
    The following have achieved 1/2 MER result
    Charlotte Fry (Dark Legend)
    Daniel Bachmann Andersen (Vayron)
    Charlotte Heering (Bufranco)
    Lynne Maas (Electra)
    Annabella Pidgley (Gio)
    Charlotte Fry (Don Joe)
    Charlotte Fry (Lars van de Hoenderheide)
    Helen Erbe (Carlos FRH)
    Lina Uzunhasan (Furst Fabelhaft UZN)
    Camille Cheret Judet (Herelja Higgins)
    Jazmin Yom Tov (Hexagon's Grandville)
     
    Dressage Thermal CDI3* Results
    The following have achieved 1/2 MER result
    Amy Miller (Encore)
     
    Dressage Thermal CDI-W Results
    The following have achieved 1/2 MER result
    Steffen Peters (Suppenkasper)
    Anna Buffini (FRH Davinia La Douce)
    Claire Darnell (Harrold S)
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    Dressage Exloo CDI3* Results
    The following have achieved 1/2 MER result
    Charlotte Fry (Dark Legend)
    Daniel Bachmann Andersen (Vayron)
    Charlotte Heering (Bufranco)
    Lynne Maas (Electra)
    Annabella Pidgley (Gio)
    Charlotte Fry (Don Joe)
    Charlotte Fry (Lars van de Hoenderheide)
    Helen Erbe (Carlos FRH)
    Lina Uzunhasan (Furst Fabelhaft UZN)
    Camille Cheret Judet (Herelja Higgins)
    Jazmin Yom Tov (Hexagon's Grandville)
     
    Dressage Thermal CDI3* Results
    The following have achieved 1/2 MER result
    Amy Miller (Encore)
     
    Dressage Thermal CDI-W Results
    The following have achieved 1/2 MER result
    Steffen Peters (Suppenkasper)
    Anna Buffini (FRH Davinia La Douce)
    Claire Darnell (Harrold S)
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    As a reminder, the qualification/ranking period for the 10,000m, decathlon/heptathlon, race walks and relays began on Dec 31st 2022 and will continue until June 30th 2024. Additionally, marathon is also currently active (Nov. 1st 2022 to April 30th 2024). The other events will begin on July 1st 2023 and will end on June 30th 2024.
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