The Cycling discipline of BMX Freestyle has had its qualification system for Paris 2024 revealed. All other qualification systems in Cycling had been released in June, and now every sport at the Games apart from Athletics has its system revealed.
BMX Freestyle has two events: a Men's and Women's Park event. Both have twelve quotas at the Games, up from nine in 2020: at most two per NOC per gender. The systems are the same for both genders. Six places will be earned at the 2024 Olympic Qualifier Series (dates and locations TBC), while two will be earned at the 2022 UCI Urban Cycling World Championships (Abu Dhabi, UAE, 9-13 Nov 2022), prioritising athletes from continents that didn't earn a place at the OQS (meaning that we will not know exactly who has gained those quotas until nearly two years after the event). With a similar rule in place, three places will be earned at the 2023 UCI World Cycling Championships (Glasgow, GBR, 3-13 Aug 2023), with the final place going to the host nation. This is a departure from 2020's mostly ranking-based system.
With just Athletics to come, we are very close to having a full set of Paris 2024 qualification procedures.