2008 Beijing Olympic Qualifiers

6:20 PM



MAG:

SLOTS 1-72 (12 best teams = Full teams): China, Japan, Germany, USA, Russia, Romania, Spain, Korea, France, Italy, Canada, Belarus
SLOTS 73-78 (2 gymnasts per federations ranked 13th, 14th, 15th): Ukraine, Switzerland, Great Britain
SLOTS 79-81 (1 gymnast per federations ranked 16th, 17th and 18th): Puerto Rico, Brazil, Greece
SLOTS 82-88 (1 gymnast per federations other than those mentioned above- best ranked at Competition I): Jordan Jovtchev (Bulgaria); Anton Fokin (Uzbekistan); Filip Ude (Croatia); Jose Luis Fuentes (Venezuela); Epke Zonderland (Netherlands); Martin Konecny (Czech Republic); Iilia Giorgadze (Georgia)
SLOTS 89-94 (The 6 gold medals of Competition III - If from Federation other than those mentioned above): Leszek Blanik (Poland); Mitja Petkovsek (Slovenia); Robert Gal (Hungary); Koen van Damme (Belgium); Sascha Palgen (Luxembourg); Samuel Simpson (Australia)
SLOTS 95-97 (3 gymnasts designated by FIG Executive Committee (in consultation with the Technical Committees) keeping in mind that the host country and all continents are to be represented): Alexander Shatilov (Israel); Mohamed Serour (Egypt); Jorge Hugo Giraldo (Colombia)
SLOT 98 (Slot allocated by the IOC three-partite Commission (IOC-ANOC-FIG):

total gymnasts = 98
reserves: Sami Aalto (Finland); Timur Kurbanbayev (Kazakhstan); Dimitri Trefilovs (Latvia); Manuel Campos (Portugal); Luis Sosa (Mexico)
reserve continent (AFRICA): Wajdji Bouallegue (Tunisia)

WAG:
SLOTS 1-72 (12 best teams = Full teams): USA, China, Romania, Russia, Italy, Great Britain, France, Brazil, Ukraine, Germany, Australia, Japan
SLOTS 73-78 (2 gymnasts per federations ranked 13th, 14th, 15th): People's Democratic Republic of Korea, Canada, Spain
SLOTS 79-81 (1 gymnast per federations ranked 16th, 17th and 18th): Czech Republic, Netherlands, Switzerland
SLOTS 82-90 (1 gymnast per federations other than those mentioned above- best ranked at Competition I): Stefani Bismpikou (Greece); Nastassia Marachkouiskaya (Belarus); Veronica Wagner (Sweden); Dorina Boczogo (Hungary); Natalia Sanchez (Colombia); Marisela Cantu (Mexico); Hyun Joo Jop (Korea); Marta Pihan (Poland); Gaelle Mys (Belgium)
SLOTS 91-94 (The 4 gold medals of Competition III - If from Federation other than those mentioned above): Tina Erceg (Croatia); Annamari Maaranen (Finland); Jessica Lopez (Venezuela); Nikolina Tankoucheva (Bulgaria)
SLOTS 95-97 (3 gymnasts designated by FIG Executive Committee (in consultation with the Technical Committees) keeping in mind that the host country and all continents are to be represented): Vered Finkel (Israel); Sherine El Zeiny (Egypt); Jelena Zanevskaja (Lithuania)
SLOT 98 (Slot allocated by the IOC three-partite Commission (IOC-ANOC-FIG):
total gymnasts: 98
reserves: Ivana Kovacova (Slovakia); Adela Sajn (Slovenia); Luisa Galiulina (Uzbekistan); Sidney Sanabria (Puerto Rico)
reserve continent (AFRICA): Ursula Botha (South Africa)

RHYTHMIC GYMNASTICS:
INDIVIDUALS:
SLOTS 1-20: 2 GYMNASTS -
Ukraine, Russia, Belarus, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria Israel
1 GYMNAST - Kazahkstan, Canada, Spain, Greece, Austria, Poland, Korea,
Estonia
SLOTS 21-23: Host Country: China - Xiao Yiming
Continents: Africa - Odette Richard (South Africa)
Oceania - Naazmi Johnston (Australia)
Tripartite Com - to be defined
SLOT 24:
Slot allocated by the IOC three-partite Commission (IOC-ANOC-FIG)
total gymnasts: 24
reserves: Uzbekistan, Germany, Georgia

GROUPS:
Quota of 12 groups of 6 gymnasts. Compared to the 2004 Olympics, the IOC has allowed for 2 extra groups.
SLOTS 1-10: Russia, Italy, Belarus, Bulgaria, Spain, Israel, Japan, Ukraine, China, Azerbaijan
SLOTS 11-12: Brazil, Greece
reserves: 13 - Germany
14 - Poland
reserve continent: Canada

TRAMPOLINE GYMNASTICS:


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