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Shooting at the 2020 Summer Olympics – Qualification

This article details the qualifying phase for shooting at the 2020 Summer Olympics. 300 quota places for the Games are entitled to the shooters coming from their respective NOCs, based on the results at designated ISSF supervised Championships subjected to the ISSF rules from September 1, 2018 to May 31, 2020. Host nation Japan has been guaranteed twelve quota places with one in each of the individual events. Four quota places (top two teams per NOC) will be awarded to the shooters competing in each of the mixed team events (rifle, pistol, and trap), while the highest-ranked shooter, who has not qualified yet or whose NOC does not have a berth in any of the twelve individual events, will obtain a direct Olympic quota place through the World Rankings. The remaining twenty-four quota places are available to the eligible NOCs under the Tripartite Commission Invitation, with two in each of the individual event, to attain a maximum number of 360.[1][2]

Quota places can be obtained at the 2018 ISSF World Championships, the 2019 ISSF World Cup series, and the designated Continental Championships or Games during the qualifying period. Quota places are allocated only to the National Olympic Committees, with the exception of the ISSF world rankings, which are awarded directly to the individual shooters and may not be changed by the NOC. The NOC may assign a different shooter in each individual or mixed team event, provided that he or she has attained a minimum qualification score (MQS).[1]

Contents

SummaryEdit

Nation Men Women Mixed Total
FR 3x40 AR 60 RFP AP 60 TR 125 SK 125 R 3x40 AR 60W SP AP 60W TR 125W SK 125W AP MIX AP MIX TR MIX Quotas Athletes
  Australia 1 1 2 2
  Austria 1 1 1
  Bulgaria 2 2 2
  Canada 1 1 1
  Chile 1 1 1
  China 2 2 2 2 1 1 2 1 2 2 1 1 1 20 22
  Croatia 2 1 1 4 4
  Cuba 1 1 1
  Cyprus 1 1 2 2
  Czech Republic 1 1 2 2
  Denmark 1 1 2 2
  Egypt 1 1 1
  Finland 1 1 1
  France 2 1 2 5 5
  Georgia 1 1 1
  Germany 2 1 2 5 5
  Great Britain 1 1 1 3 3
  Greece 1 1 1
  Guatemala 1 1 1
  Hungary 1 1 1 3 3
  India 1 2 2 1 1 7 7
  Iran 1 1 1
  Italy 1 1 2 2 2 8 8
  Japan 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 12 12
  Kuwait 1 1 2 2
  Mexico 1 1 1
  Mongolia 1 1 2 2
  New Zealand 1 1 1
  Norway 1 1 2 4 4
  Peru 1 1 1
  Poland 1 1 2 2
  Romania 1 1 1
  Russia 2 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 12 15
  Serbia 1 1 1 3 3
  Slovakia 1 1 1 1 4 5
  South Korea 1 2 1 1 2 2 9 9
  Spain 1 1 1
  Switzerland 1 1 1
  Chinese Taipei 1 1 2 2
  Thailand 1 1 1
  Ukraine 1 1 1 1 4 4
  United States 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 2 14 14
Total: 42 NOCs 12 12 12 12 13 12 12 12 12 12 13 12 2 2 2 152 158

Qualification timelineEdit

Event Date Venue
2018 ISSF World Shooting Championships August 31 – September 15, 2018   Changwon
2018 Shooting Championships of the Americas November 1–11, 2018   Guadalajara
2019 ISSF World Cup # 1* February 20–28, 2019   New Delhi
2019 ISSF World Cup # 2 March 15–26, 2019   Acapulco
2019 ISSF World Cup # 3 April 5–15, 2019   Al Ain
2019 ISSF World Cup # 4 April 23 – May 1, 2019   Beijing
2019 ISSF World Cup # 5 May 7–18, 2019   Changwon
2019 ISSF World Cup # 6 May 24 – June 1, 2019   Munich
2019 European Games June 20–30, 2019   Minsk
2019 Pan American Games July 26 – August 11, 2019   Lima
2019 ISSF World Cup # 7 August 11–22, 2019   Lahti
2019 ISSF World Cup # 8 August 26 – September 3, 2019   Rio de Janeiro
2019 European Shotgun Championships September 3–17, 2019   Lonato
2019 European Championships 25m & 50m events September 12–23, 2019   Bologna
2019 African Shooting Championships September 20–29, 2019   Tipasa
2019 Oceania Shooting Championships November 1–9, 2019   Sydney
2019 Asian Shooting Championships November 3–11, 2019   Doha
2020 European Championships 10m events February 23 – March 3, 2020   Wrocław
2020 European Olympic Qualifying Tournament # 1 May 2020 TBA
2020 European Olympic Qualifying Tournament # 2 May 2020 TBA
ISSF World Olympic Rankings May 31, 2020
Re-allocation of unused quota places July 2, 2020

50 m rifle three positions menEdit

Event Places Nation Qualified athlete Announced competitor
Host nation 1   Japan N/A
2018 World Championships 4   Poland Tomasz Bartnik
  United States Michael McPhail
  Norway Henrik Larsen
  China Yang Haoran
2018 Championships of the Americas 1   United States George Norton
2019 ISSF World Cup # 1 2   Hungary István Péni
  Italy Marco de Nicolo
2019 ISSF World Cup # 4 2   Czech Republic Filip Nepejchal
  China Zhao Zhonghao
2019 ISSF World Cup # 6 2   South Korea Kim Jong-hyun
  Serbia Milutin Stefanović
2019 European Games 1
2019 Pan American Games 2
2019 ISSF World Cup # 8 2
2019 African Championships 1
2019 European Championships 25m & 50m events 2
2019 Oceania Championships 2
2019 Asian Championships 3
2020 European Olympic Qualifying Tournament # 2 1
ISSF World Olympic Rankings 1 N/A
Tripartite Commission Invitation 2 N/A
N/A
Total 29

10 m air rifle menEdit

Event Places Nation Qualified athlete Announced competitor
Host nation 1   Japan N/A
2018 World Championships 4   Russia Sergey Kamenskiy
  Croatia Petar Gorša
  Croatia Miran Maričić
  China Hui Zicheng
2018 Championships of the Americas 1   United States Dempster Christenson
2019 ISSF World Cup # 1 2   China Liu Yukun
  Austria Martin Strempfl
2019 ISSF World Cup # 4 2   India Divyansh Singh Panwar
  Russia Grigory Shamakov
2019 ISSF World Cup # 6 2   Ukraine Oleh Tsarkov
  Italy Marco Suppini
2019 European Games 1
2019 Pan American Games 2
2019 ISSF World Cup # 8 2
2019 African Championships 1
2019 Oceania Championships 1
2019 Asian Championships 3
2020 European Championships 10m events 2
2020 European Olympic Qualifying Tournament # 2 2
ISSF World Olympic Rankings 1 N/A
Tripartite Commission Invitation 2 N/A
N/A
Total 29

25 m rapid fire pistol menEdit

Event Places Nation Qualified athlete Announced competitor
Host nation 1   Japan N/A
2018 World Championships 4   China Lin Junmin
  China Zhang Jian
  France Jean Quiquampoix
  Russia Alexei Klimov
2018 Championships of the Americas 1   Cuba Leuris Pupo
2019 ISSF World Cup # 4* 3   Germany Oliver Geis
  United States Henry Leverett
  Ukraine Oleksandr Petriv
2019 ISSF World Cup # 6* 3   France Clément Bessaguet
  Russia Alexander Alifirenko
  Germany Christian Reitz
2019 European Games 1
2019 Pan American Games 2
2019 ISSF World Cup # 8 2
2019 African Championships 1
2019 European Championships 25m & 50m events 2
2019 Oceania Championships 1
2019 Asian Championships 4
2020 European Olympic Qualifying Tournament # 2 1
ISSF World Olympic Rankings 1 N/A
Tripartite Commission Invitation 2 N/A
N/A
Total 29

* The International Olympic Committee (IOC) revoked two quotas originally assigned to the NOCs in the ISSF World Cup #1, as the Indian authorities denied visa entries for two Pakistani shooters and their accompanied official, following the 2019 Pulwama attack. Instead, the quotas were reassigned to each of the two World Cups in Munich and Beijing, upgrading the original number of quota places to three.[3][4]

10 m air pistol menEdit

Event Places Nation Qualified athlete Announced competitor
Host nation 1   Japan N/A
2018 World Championships 4   South Korea Jin Jong-oh
  Russia Artem Chernousov
  South Korea Lee Dae-myung
  Ukraine Pavlo Korostylov
2018 Championships of the Americas 1   United States James Hall
2019 ISSF World Cup # 1 2   India Saurabh Chaudhary
  Serbia Damir Mikec
2019 ISSF World Cup # 4 2   India Abhishek Verma
  Mongolia Enkhtaivany Davaakhüü
2019 ISSF World Cup # 6 2   China Pang Wei
  China Wu Jiayu
2019 European Games 1
2019 Pan American Games 2
2019 ISSF World Cup # 8 2
2019 African Championships 2
2019 Oceania Championships 1
2019 Asian Championships 3
2020 European Championships 10m events 2
2020 European Olympic Qualifying Tournament # 2 1
ISSF World Olympic Rankings 1 N/A
Tripartite Commission Invitation 2 N/A
N/A
Total 29

Trap menEdit

Event Places Nation Qualified athlete Announced competitor
Host nation 1   Japan N/A
2018 World Championships 4   Spain Alberto Fernández
  Slovakia Erik Varga
  Kuwait Abdulrahman Al-Faihan
  Australia James Willett
2018 Championships of the Americas 2   Peru Alessandro de Souza
  Mexico Jorge Orozco
2019 ISSF World Cup # 2 2   Egypt Ahmed Zaher
  China Yu Haicheng
2019 ISSF World Cup # 3 2   Croatia Josip Glasnović
  Thailand Savate Sresthaporn
2019 ISSF World Cup # 5 2   Cyprus Andreas Makri
  Great Britain Matt Coward-Holley
2019 European Games 1
2019 Pan American Games 2
2019 ISSF World Cup # 7 2
2019 African Championships 1
2019 European Shotgun Championships 2
2019 Oceania Championships 1
2019 Asian Championships 3
2020 European Olympic Qualifying Tournament # 1 2
ISSF World Olympic Rankings 1 N/A
Tripartite Commission Invitation 2 N/A
N/A
Total 29

Skeet menEdit

Event Places Nation Qualified athlete Announced competitor
Host nation 1   Japan N/A
2018 World Championships 4   United States Vincent Hancock
  Norway Erik Watndal
  Italy Riccardo Filippelli
  France Emmanuel Petit
2018 Championships of the Americas 1   United States Frank Thompson
2019 ISSF World Cup # 2 2   Italy Gabriele Rossetti
  Czech Republic Jakub Tomeček
2019 ISSF World Cup # 3 2   Kuwait Mansour Al-Rashidi
  Denmark Jesper Hansen
2019 ISSF World Cup # 5 2   South Korea Kang Hyun-suk
  Finland Lari Pesonen
2019 European Games 1
2019 Pan American Games 2
2019 ISSF World Cup # 7 2
2019 African Championships 1
2019 European Shotgun Championships 2
2019 Oceania Championships 1
2019 Asian Championships 3
2020 European Olympic Qualifying Tournament # 1 2
ISSF World Olympic Rankings 1 N/A
Tripartite Commission Invitation 2 N/A
N/A
Total 29

50 m rifle three positions womenEdit

Event Places Nation Qualified athlete Announced competitor
Host nation 1   Japan N/A
2018 World Championships 4   Russia Yulia Karimova
  Germany Isabella Straub
  Croatia Snježana Pejčić
  Great Britain Seonaid McIntosh
2018 Championships of the Americas 1   United States Sarah Beard
2019 ISSF World Cup # 1 2   Switzerland Nina Christen
  China Shi Mengyao
2019 ISSF World Cup # 4 2   South Korea Bae Sang-hee
  Norway Jeanette Hegg Duested
2019 ISSF World Cup # 6 2   Russia Yulia Zykova
  Norway Katrine Lund
2019 European Games 1
2019 Pan American Games 2
2019 ISSF World Cup # 8 2
2019 African Championships 1
2019 European Championships 25m & 50m events 2
2019 Oceania Championships 2
2019 Asian Championships 3
2020 European Olympic Qualifying Tournament # 2 1
ISSF World Olympic Rankings 1 N/A
Tripartite Commission Invitation 2 N/A
N/A
Total 29

10 m air rifle womenEdit

Event Places Nation Qualified athlete Announced competitor
Host nation 1   Japan N/A
2018 World Championships 4   South Korea Im Ha-na
  India Anjum Moudgil
  South Korea Jung Eun-hea
  India Apurvi Chandela
2018 Championships of the Americas 1   United States Minden Miles
2019 ISSF World Cup # 1 2   China Zhao Ruozhu
  China Xu Hong
2019 ISSF World Cup # 4 2   Iran Najmeh Khedmati
  Denmark Anna Nielsen
2019 ISSF World Cup # 6 2   Romania Laura-Georgeta Coman
  Hungary Eszter Mészáros
2019 European Games 1
2019 Pan American Games 2
2019 ISSF World Cup # 8 2
2019 African Championships 1
2019 Oceania Championships 1
2019 Asian Championships 3
2020 European Championships 10m events 2
2020 European Olympic Qualifying Tournament # 2 2
ISSF World Olympic Rankings 1 N/A
Tripartite Commission Invitation 2 N/A
N/A
Total 29

25 m pistol womenEdit

Event Places Nation Qualified athlete Announced competitor
Host nation 1   Japan N/A
2018 World Championships 4   Ukraine Olena Kostevych
  Russia Vitalina Batsarashkina
  Germany Doreen Vennekamp
  Chinese Taipei Tien Chia-chen
2018 Championships of the Americas 1   United States Alexis Lagan
2019 ISSF World Cup # 1 2   Hungary Véronika Major
  China Zhang Jingjing
2019 ISSF World Cup # 4 2   Bulgaria Maria Grozdeva
  Germany Monika Karsch
2019 ISSF World Cup # 6 2   India Rahi Sarnobat
  Bulgaria Antoaneta Boneva
2019 European Games 1
2019 Pan American Games 2
2019 ISSF World Cup # 8 2
2019 African Championships 1
2019 European Championships 25m & 50m events 2
2019 Oceania Championships 1
2019 Asian Championships 4
2020 European Olympic Qualifying Tournament # 2 1
ISSF World Olympic Rankings 1 N/A
Tripartite Commission Invitation 2 N/A
N/A
Total 29

10 m air pistol womenEdit

Event Places Nation Qualified athlete Announced competitor
Host nation 1   Japan N/A
2018 World Championships 4   Greece Anna Korakaki
  Serbia Zorana Arunović
  South Korea Kim Bo-mi
  China Wang Qian
2018 Championships of the Americas 1   Canada Lynda Kiejko
2019 ISSF World Cup # 1 2   Chinese Taipei Wu Chia-ying
  South Korea Kim Min-jung
2019 ISSF World Cup # 4 2   Georgia Nino Salukvadze
  Mongolia Tsolmonbaatariin Anudarii
2019 ISSF World Cup # 6 2   China Qian Wei
  India Manu Bhaker
2019 European Games 1
2019 Pan American Games 2
2019 ISSF World Cup # 8 2
2019 African Championships 2
2019 Oceania Championships 1
2019 Asian Championships 3
2020 European Championships 10m events 2
2020 European Olympic Qualifying Tournament # 2 1
ISSF World Olympic Rankings 1 N/A
Tripartite Commission Invitation 2 N/A
N/A
Total 29

Trap womenEdit

Event Places Nation Qualified athlete Announced competitor
Host nation 1   Japan N/A
2018 World Championships 4   Slovakia Zuzana Štefečeková
  China Wang Xiaojing
  Italy Silvana Stanco
  Australia Laetisha Scanlan
2018 Championships of the Americas 2   United States Kayle Browning
  Guatemala Adriana Ruano
2019 ISSF World Cup # 2 2   Italy Jessica Rossi
  China Deng Weiyun
2019 ISSF World Cup # 3 2   France Carole Cormenier
  Great Britain Kirsty Barr
2019 ISSF World Cup # 5 2   United States Ashley Carroll
  France Mélanie Couzy
2019 European Games 1
2019 Pan American Games 2
2019 ISSF World Cup # 7 2
2019 African Championships 1
2019 European Shotgun Championships 2
2019 Oceania Championships 1
2019 Asian Championships 3
2020 European Olympic Qualifying Tournament # 1 1
ISSF World Olympic Rankings 1 N/A
Tripartite Commission Invitation 2 N/A
N/A
Total 29

Skeet womenEdit

Event Places Nation Qualified athlete Announced competitor
Host nation 1   Japan N/A
2018 World Championships 4   United States Caitlin Connor
  United States Kimberly Rhode
  Slovakia Danka Barteková
  Russia Natalia Vinogradova
2018 Championships of the Americas 1   Chile Francisca Crovetto
2019 ISSF World Cup # 2 2   New Zealand Chloe Tipple
  China Zhang Donglian
2019 ISSF World Cup # 3 2   Cyprus Andri Eleftheriou
  Poland Aleksandra Jarmolińska
2019 ISSF World Cup # 5 2   Italy Diana Bacosi
  Italy Chiara Cainero
2019 European Games 1
2019 Pan American Games 2
2019 ISSF World Cup # 7 2
2019 African Championships 1
2019 European Shotgun Championships 2
2019 Oceania Championships 1
2019 Asian Championships 3
2020 European Olympic Qualifying Tournament # 1 2
ISSF World Olympic Rankings 1 N/A
Tripartite Commission Invitation 2 N/A
N/A
Total 29

Mixed rifle teamEdit

Event Places Nation Qualified athletes Announced competitors
2018 World Championships 2   China Yang Haoran
Zhao Ruozhu
  Russia Vladimir Maslennikov
Anastasiia Galashina
Total 4

Mixed pistol teamEdit

Event Places Nation Qualified athletes Announced competitors
2018 World Championships 2   Russia Artem Chernousov
Vitalina Batsarashkina
  China Wang Mengyi
Wang Qian
Total 4

Mixed trap teamEdit

Event Places Nation Qualified athletes Announced competitors
2018 World Championships 2   Slovakia Erik Varga
Zuzana Štefečeková
  Russia Alexey Alipov
Ekaterina Rabaya
Total 4

NotesEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c "Qualification System – Games of the XXXII Olympiad – Shooting" (PDF). ISSF. Retrieved 4 February 2019.
  2. ^ "Tokyo 2020: Quota Rules approved, 60 quotas in Changwon". ISSF. 20 March 2018. Retrieved 12 May 2018.
  3. ^ "IOC takes away 2 quotas, spares 14 at Delhi shooting World Cup; NRAI says thanks". The Economic Times. 22 February 2019. Retrieved 23 February 2019.
  4. ^ "Urgent News: The reallocation of two Olympic Quotas in Rapid Fire Pistol event is confirmed". The Economic Times. 27 March 2019. Retrieved 30 March 2019.