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Regulation, how does it work? Italy chances

Paris 2024 Qualifiers, field hockey: the rules, how do they work? Italy chances

Italian women’s field hockey team – Photo Mezzelani / Gmt

Archive the Olympics, the period leading up to the next Olympics begins. In fact, there are only two years left Paris 2024 Olympics Federations are formalizing qualification rules, Including FIH in relation tohockey. They will participate in the Cross Alpine Olympics 12 teams per genre, for a total of 384 athletes (16 per team). there France, As the organizing state, it will have a guaranteed place for both men and women. In any case, the national team will qualify, then it will be up to each federation to choose the athletes who will actually travel to Paris. But How do the qualifiers work?

Paris Qualifications 2024: All Sports Calendar

All qualification rules

Qualifications

The first five Olympic assistsAnd Depending on the type, they will be awarded to the five winners Continental qualifiers: African Hockey Road to Paris 2023, Pan American Games 2023, Asian Games 2023, European Championship 2023, Oceania Cup 2023. If France wins the European Championship, the quota will be reallocated to the European Championship. Pre-Olympic Championships This will happen At the beginning of 2024. Eight teams (divided into two groups of four) will participate in each of these tournaments. The top four teams will advance to the semi-finals, followed by the final. The three teams that get to the podium (by gender) will qualify for the Olympics (with a total of 12 passes, 6 men and 6 women). If France wins the 2023 European Championship, the remaining odds will be allocated to the top-ranked team between the two fourth-placed teams in the Pre-Olympic, at midnight on the last day of the second tournament.

Pre-Olympic courses: how they work in detail

The countries invited to participate in these pre-Olympic tournaments will depend on continental possibilities, is determined by the number of eligible countries for each continent that are ranked 22nd in the rankings as of January 31, 2023. Note that Great Britain will participate in the Games, so only one British country (i.e. England) will be taking into account the quotas. So Scotland and Wales will not be considered, and if they are in the first 22 positions of the world rankings, then countries in 23 and 24 will be used to calculate the probabilities. The continents of the six already qualified nations will be removed from these 22 quotas. There will thus remain 16 continental possibilities, which will be allocated to the best ranking in each continental tournament (those who have not already qualified).

If a country does not participate in the pre-Olympic tournaments, the reserves, i.e. the eligible countries placed from 23rd place onwards in the updated world rankings as of January 31, 2023, will be called. Continental odds, including reserves, will be published. employmentFebruary 1, 2023. The serpentine system will then be used, depending on position, to allocate 16 nations into two pre-Olympic tournaments: 1st, 4th, 5th, 8th, ninth, 12th, 13th, 16th in Championship A, and 2nd, 3rd, 6th, 7th, 10th, 11th, 14th, and 15th in Tournament B. Note that if the two pre-Olympic organizers end up in the same tournament, one of them will trade the equivalent ranking team from the other tournament.

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