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17 minutes ago, sanjaydas said:

Can anyone quickly update with the QUalification criteria for Paris. It should be available by now.

No they are not. They are only approved around the Winter Olympics. Likely the 2022 ISSF Championships will be the first one to hand out quotas as per tradition. 

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Indirect qualifications start this year for some team events - like with the Women’s football to make the UEFA quotas a team has to be among the top three European games at the 2023 World Cup. The qualification draw for that has been done and the first matches are next month. 

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57 minutes ago, Orangehair43 said:

Indirect qualifications start this year for some team events - like with the Women’s football to make the UEFA quotas a team has to be among the top three European games at the 2023 World Cup. The qualification draw for that has been done and the first matches are next month. 

Oh, no... I hope that they will change the system.This system is really unfair, especially for European teams. It would be good if they held a qualifying tournament with the participation of only European teams. How do they understand which are the 3 best teams from Europe in this tournament, if they did not play among themselves? Well, this system worked when Sweden, England and the Netherlands defeated Germany, Norway and Italy, respectively. But when the USA defeated France and reached the semifinals, it does not mean that France could not have defeated England.It would be better if France and England played a match after the tournament, where they would reveal who will play at the Olympics.I hope they will take measures regarding the qualification of European teams

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I think there is a chance, that the European Championships 2022 might be the European qualifier in women's football this time. Normally, they are to early to count as a qualification event. But since the European Championships have been postponed a year due to the pandemic, they might count.

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From old article on ISSF website

 

The Qualification System principles for the 2024 Olympic Games will be approved by the IOC Executive Board by September 2021, after that the ISSF will determine the Qualification System for Shooting Sport and will send it to the IOC Executive Board for approval in February 2022.

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On 08/08/2021 at 09:39, EupenM said:

Oh, no... I hope that they will change the system.This system is really unfair, especially for European teams. It would be good if they held a qualifying tournament with the participation of only European teams. How do they understand which are the 3 best teams from Europe in this tournament, if they did not play among themselves? Well, this system worked when Sweden, England and the Netherlands defeated Germany, Norway and Italy, respectively. But when the USA defeated France and reached the semifinals, it does not mean that France could not have defeated England.It would be better if France and England played a match after the tournament, where they would reveal who will play at the Olympics.I hope they will take measures regarding the qualification of European teams

Ya, that always struck me as extremely unfair.

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On 08/08/2021 at 15:08, intoronto said:

No they are not. They are only approved around the Winter Olympics. Likely the 2022 ISSF Championships will be the first one to hand out quotas as per tradition. 

Equestrian in Herning just before the ISSF Championships, I believe!

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