Who Qualified to Tokyo?

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Over the past four days, the qualification sessions at world championships served to qualify 18 teams and 62 individuals between the women and the men. Below, you can see all of the new qualifiers to the Games, and you can also always easily find the full lists under the Tokyo 2020 dropdown menu above.

The Teams | WAG

The top 9 NOCs qualified a full 4-member team based on their finish in team qualifications, with these nine joining the United States, Russia, and China, which qualified last year.

France Canada Netherlands
Great Britain Italy Germany
Belgium Japan Spain

The Individuals | WAG

A total of 32 individual athletes qualified nominative spots based on their finish in all-around qualifications (one per NOC) and apparatus finals (maximum of three per NOC across all apparatus).

Officially, only 20 athletes have been confirmed so far, but we have the full list below, with the athletes marked with asterisks to be confirmed at the end of the weekend following apparatus qualifications.

Flavia Saraiva (Brazi) Giulia Steingruber (Switzerland)
Georgia Godwin (Australia) Diana Varinska (Ukraine)
Lee Yun-seo (South Korea) Zsofia Kovacs (Hungary)
Martina Dominici (Argentina) Alexa Moreno (Mexico)
Danusia Francis (Jamaica) Kim Su Jong (North Korea)
Aneta Holasova (Czech Republic) Marcia Vidiaux (Cuba)
Maria Holbura (Romania) Elisa Hämmerle (Austria)
Anastasiya Alistratava (Belarus) Farah Ann Abdul Hadi (Malaysia)
Mandy Mohamed (Egypt) Nazli Savranbasi (Turkey)
Barbora Mokosova (Slovakia) Filipa Martins (Portugal)
Ana Derek (Croatia) Caitlin Rooskrantz (South Africa)
Jonna Adlerteg (Sweden) Gabriela Janik (Poland)
Simona Castro (Chile) Lihie Raz (Israel)
Julie Erichsen (Norway) Ariana Orrego (Peru)
Oksana Chusovitina (Uzbekistan) Ting Hua-Tien (Chinese Taipei)
Marina Nekrasova (Azerbaijan) Yeo Seo-jeong (South Korea)

The Teams | MAG

The top 9 NOCs qualified a full 4-member team based on their finish in team qualifications, with these nine joining China, Russia, and Japan, which qualified last year.

Ukraine Great Britain Switzerland
United States Chinese Taipei South Korea
Brazil Spain Germany

The Individuals | MAG

A total of 30 individual athletes qualified nominative spots based on their finish in all-around qualifications (one per NOC) and apparatus finals (maximum of three per NOC across all apparatus).

Officially, only 12 athletes have been confirmed so far, but we have the full list below, with the athletes marked with asterisks to be confirmed at the end of the weekend following apparatus qualifications.

I also have an additional note here related to rings. Since five eligible individuals qualified into the rings final with only three Olympic spots available, we know that three will qualify to the Olympics, but the qualifiers won’t be determined until the final concludes on October 12. I’ve marked those below with double asterisks and will update once finals end.

Carlos Yulo (Philippines) Manrique Larduet (Cuba)
Ludovico Edalli (Italy) Milad Karimi (Kazakhstan)
Loris Frasca (France) Robert Tvorogal (Lithuania)
Alexander Shatilov (Israel) Ferhat Arican (Turkey)
Artur Davtyan (Armenia) David Huddleston (Bulgaria)
Bart Deurloo (Netherlands) Daniel Corral (Mexico)
René Cournoyer (Canada) Rasuljon Abdurakhimov (Uzbekistan)
Marios Georgiou (Cyprus) Ivan Tikhonov (Azerbaijan)
David Rumbutis (Sweden) Andrey Likhovitskiy (Belarus)
Artem Dolgopyat (Israel) Rhys McClenaghan (Ireland)
Cyril Tommasone (France) Ibrahim Colak (Turkey)
Marco Lodadio (Italy) Samir Aït Saïd (France)
Shek Wai Hung (Hong Kong) Le Thanh Tung (Vietnam)
Marian Dragulescu (Romania) Ahmet Önder (Turkey)
Tin Srbic (Croatia) Tyson Bull (Australia)

As a little addendum to these lists, next year, there’s an individual spot allocated to the host country that gets thrown back into the worlds all-around pool if the host country qualifies through its own merit.

Since Japan qualified teams for both the men and women, their host country berths will be reallocated to the all-around field here, though this won’t happen until next year. As it stands, Tan Sze En of Singapore will earn the women’s spot, while Sofus Heggemsnes of Norway will get the men’s.

Edit: On October 13, the FIG has confirmed that Tan and Heggemsnes will take the reallocated host country places.

Article by Lauren Hopkins

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