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Triathlon Qualification for Summer Olympic Games 2016

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Triathlon Qualification for Summer Olympic Games 2016

 

Qualifiying Timeline

EVENT DATE STATUS
2015 European Games (Baku, AZE) 13 - 14 June 2015 Completed
2015 Pan American Games (Toronto, CAN) 11 - 12 July 2015 Completed
World Qualification Event (Rio de Janeiro, BRA) 1 - 2 August 2015 Completed
2016 Oceanian Championships (Gisborne, AUS) 19 - 20 March 2016 Completed
2016 African Championships (East London, RSA) 20 March 2016 Completed
2016 Asian Championships (Hatsukaichi, JPN) 29 April - 1 May 2016 Completed
World Ranking Period Ends 15 May 2016 Completed

EVENTS

2 (1+1)

Men's (1)

  • Men's Individual Race

Women's (1)

  • Women's Individual Race

 

QUALIFICATION SYSTEM

http://www.triathlon.org/uploads/docs/2014-02_-_Rio_2016_-_Qualification_System_-_FINAL_-_Triathlon_-_EN_-_IOC_Comments.pdf

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MEN'S INDIVIDUAL RACE

Qualified Nations:

  • :ARG Argentina - Luciano Taccone
  • :ARG Argentina - Gonzalo Raul Tellechea
  • :AUS Australia - Ryan Bailie
  • :AUS Australia - Ryan Fisher
  • :AUS Australia - Aaron Royle
  • :AUT Austria - Thomas Springer
  • :AZE Azerbaijan - Rostyslav Pevtsov
  • :BAR Barbados - Jason Wilson
  • :BEL Belgium - Jelle Geens
  • :BEL Belgium - Marten Van Riel
  • :BRA Brazil - Diogo Sclebin
  • :CAN Canada - Tyler Mislawchuk
  • :CAN Canada - Andrew Yorke
  • :CHN China - Bai Faquan
  • :CRC Costa Rica - Leonardo Chacon
  • :DEN Denmark - Andreas Schilling
  • :FRA France - Dorian Coninx
  • :FRA France - Pierre Le Corre
  • :FRA France - Vincent Luis
  • :GBR Great Britain - Gordon Benson
  • :GBR Great Britain - Alistair Brownlee
  • :GBR Great Britain - Jonathan Brownlee
  • :HUN Hungary - Gabor Faldum
  • :HUN Hungary - Tamas Toth
  • :IRL Ireland - Bryan Keane
  • :ISR Israel - Ron Darmon
  • :ITA Italy - Alessandro Fabian
  • :ITA Italy - Davide Uccellari
  • :JPN Japan - Hirokatsu Tayama
  • :JOR Jordan - Lawrence Fanous
  • :MEX Mexico - Rodrigo Gonzalez Lopez
  • :MEX Mexico - Crisanto Grajales
  • :MEX Mexico - Irving Perez
  • :NZL New Zealand - Tony Dodds
  • :NZL New Zealand - Ryan Sissons
  • :NOR Norway - Kristian Blummenfelt
  • :POR Portugal - Miguel Arraiolos
  • :POR Portugal - Joao Pereira
  • :POR Portugal - Joao Silva
  • :PUR Puerto Rico - Manuel Huerta
  • :RUS Russia - Alexander Bryukhankov
  • :RUS Russia - Dmitry Polyanskiy
  • :RUS Russia - Igor Polyanskiy
  • :SVK Slovakia - Richard Varga
  • :RSA South Africa- Richard Murray
  • :RSA South Africa - Henri Schoeman
  • :ESP Spain - Fernando Alarza
  • :ESP Spain - Vincente Hernandez
  • :ESP Spain - Mario Mola
  • :SUI Switzerland - Sven Riederer
  • :SUI Switzerland - Andrea Salvisberg
  • :UKR Ukraine - Ivan Ivanov
  • :USA United States - Gregory Billington
  • :USA United States - Ben Kanute
  • :USA United States - Joe Maloy

 

Total Athletes Qualified  55

Total Nations Qualified  31

 

Edited by uk12points

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WOMEN'S INDIVIDUAL RACE

Qualified Nations:

  • :AUS Australia - Erin Densham
  • :AUS Australia - Ashleigh Gentle
  • :AUS Australia - Emma Moffatt
  • :AUT Austria - Lisa Perterer
  • :AUT Austria - Sara Vilic
  • :BEL Belgium - Claire Michel
  • :BEL Belgium - Katrien Verstuyft
  • :BER Bermudas - Flora Duffy
  • :BRA Brazil - Pamella Oliveira
  • :CAN Canada - Sarah-Anne Brault
  • :CAN Canada - Amelie Kretz
  • :CAN Canada - Kirsten Sweetland
  • :CHI Chile - Barbara Riveros
  • :CHN China - Wang Lianyuan
  • :CZE Czech Republic - Vendula Frintova
  • :ECU Ecuador - Elizabeth Bravo
  • :EST Estonia - Kaidi Kivioja
  • :FRA France - Cassandre Beaugrand
  • :FRA France - Audrey Merle
  • :GER Germany - Anne Haug
  • :GER Germany - Laura Lindemann
  • :GBR Great Britain - Vicky Holland
  • :GBR Great Britain - Helen Jenkins
  • :GBR Great Britain - Non Stanford
  • :HUN Hungary - Zsofia Kovacs
  • :HUN Hungary - Margit Vanek
  • :IRL Ireland - Aileen Reid
  • :ITA Italy - Charlotte Bonin
  • :ITA Italy - Annamaria Mazzetti
  • :JPN Japan - Yurie Kato
  • :JPN Japan - Yuka Sato
  • :JPN Japan - Ai Ueda
  • :MRI Mauritius - Fabienne St Louis
  • :MEX Mexico - Cecilia Gabriela Perez Flores
  • :MEX Mexico - Claudia Rivas
  • :NED Netherlands - Rachel Klamer
  • :NZL New Zealand - Andrea Hewitt
  • :NZL New Zealand - Nicky Samuels
  • :POL Poland - Agnieszka Jerzyk
  • :RUS Russia - Anastasia Abrosimova
  • :RUS Russia - Alexandra Razarenova
  • :RUS Russia - Mariya Shorets
  • :SLO Slovenia - Mateja Simic
  • :RSA South Africa - Mari Rabie
  • :RSA South Africa - Gillian Sanders
  • :ESP Spain - Miriam Casillas Garcia
  • :ESP Spain - Ainhoa Murua
  • :ESP Spain - Carolina Routier
  • :SWE Sweden - Lisa Norden
  • :SUI Switzerland - Jolanda Annen
  • :SUI Switzerland - Nicola Spirig
  • :UKR Ukraine - Yuliya Yelistratova
  • :USA United States - Gwen Jorgensen
  • :USA United States - Sarah True
  • :USA United States - Katie Zaferes

 

Total Athletes Qualified  55

Total Nations Qualified  30 

 

Edited by uk12points

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The African Championships are underway and South Africa say they will reject any quota they win via continental championships, but.... South Africa are the only country to have entered anyone into the Women's Race. What happens now?

 

In the men's event it is a little easier as Egypt and Morocco have both sent 1 man each, will the highest ranked between them win the quota?

Edited by uk12points

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5 minutes ago, uk12points said:

The African Championships are underway and South Africa say they will reject any quota they win via continental championships, but.... South Africa are the only country to have entered anyone into the Women's Race. What happens now?

 

In the men's event it is a little easier as Egypt and Morocco have both sent 1 man each, will the highest ranked between them win the quota?

 

There are no reallocations within this event. Actually, these quotas will be reallocated to rankings (not to the best African nations in the rankings, but to the best nations in the rankings regardless of the continent).

Edited by dcro

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1 minute ago, dcro said:

 

There are no reallocations within this event. Actually, these quotas will be reallocated to rankings (not to the best African nations in the rankings, but to the best nations in the rankings regardless of the continent).

Ok - so if South Africa wins and they reject the quota it will go directly to the rankings not the next best African at this event

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11 minutes ago, Benolympique said:

Qualification rankings olympics please?

 

Rankings will be released by May 15.

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12 minutes ago, Benolympique said:

Qualification rankings olympics please?

They won't be known until the 15th and there is a World Triathlon Series race in Yokohama on the 15th, so the rankings could change even on the last day!

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