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Sprint Canoeing ICF World Championships 2019

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What last 100m for the Italian team in the k2 1000m :bowdown::woot:

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2 godziny temu, Vektor napisał:

 

Athlete quotas after 6 events

 

5 quotas

:POL 

Poland is sure of some reallocations? 


I am unashamed, at getting nothing done.

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Just now, szy123 said:

Poland is sure of some reallocations? 

 

Poland will only get 2 more athlete quotas with Women's K4, not 4, because two of their athletes already got quotas in K2. It's hard to say who will get the quotas with the "doubling-up" reallocation. 

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39 minutes ago, Vektor said:

 

I just realized something. If Carrington finishes in the Top5 in K1 500m (which is likely), Lucz will get a quota in K1 200m with the reallocation.

It doesn't go this way. It will go to the overall women's kayak pool (as well as her place from the K4) and the reallocation will start from K4 with K1 200 being the last possibility.

 

I have another question - if Chile gets quota in C2, the single athlete quota to be reallocated because of Mailliard will go to C1 (Borowska) or the best non-qualified C2 with one athlete quota from C1 (USA the only possibility)?

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Just now, Vojthas said:

It doesn't go this way. It will go to the overall women's kayak pool (as well as her place from the K4) and the reallocation will start from K4 with K1 200 being the last possibility.

 

I have another question - if Chile gets quota in C2, the single athlete quota to be reallocated because of Mailliard will go to C1 (Borowska) or the best non-qualified C2 with one athlete quota from C1 (USA the only possibility)?

 

There are two steps in the reallocation.

 

First step:

 

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Where an athlete qualifies for two (2) athlete quota places in the same boat class but for two (2) different distances (Men’s K1 1000m and K1 200m; or Women K1 500m and K1 200m) their NOC will be allocated the place in 1000m for men or 500m for women.

 

The remaining athlete quota place in the 200m distance will be reallocated to the next highest ranked NOC in the 200m distance, not yet qualified.

 

 

Second step:

 

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Where an athlete qualifies for more than one (1) athlete quota place in different boat classes (i.e. K1, K2, K4 or C1 and C2) at the 2019 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships the athlete's NOC will be allocated only one (1) athlete quota place. This shall be an athlete quota place in the event with the largest boat class out of the events in which the athlete qualified a quota.

 

The remaining athlete quota place(s) will be reallocated using the following procedure:

 

Long story short: pools

 

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Just now, Vojthas said:

It doesn't go this way. It will go to the overall women's kayak pool (as well as her place from the K4) and the reallocation will start from K4 with K1 200 being the last possibility.

 

No, double athlete quota obtained in both K1 events will be reallocated to the smaller distance. The pool is only used for athletes which qualified in different boat sizes (K1/K2/K4)

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Just now, Vektor said:

 

There are two steps in the reallocation.

 

First step:

 

 

 

Second step:

 

 

Aaaah, yes, I missed the first step. You were right. Well, it saved Hungary's six athlete quota then.

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