A total of 98 women will qualify to the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan either individually or as a member of a team.
2018 World Championships
The top 3 NOCs qualify a full 4-member team based on their finish in the team final competition.
|United States||Simone Biles, Jordan Chiles, Sunisa Lee, Grace McCallum|
|Russia||Viktoria Listunova, Angelina Melnikova, Vladislava Urazova, 4th spot TBC|
|China||Lu Yufei, Ou Yushan, Tang Xijing, Zhang Jin|
2019 World Championships | Teams
The top 9 NOCs qualified a full 4-member team based on their finish in team qualifications at the 2019 world championships.
|France||Marine Boyer, Mélanie De Jesus Dos Santos, Aline Friess, Carolann Heduit|
|Canada||Ellie Black, Brooklyn Moors, Shallon Olsen, Ava Stewart|
|Netherlands||Eythora Thorsdottir, Vera van Pol, Lieke Wevers, Sanne Wevers|
|Great Britain||Jennifer Gadirova, Jessica Gadirova, Alice Kinsella, Amelie Morgan|
|Italy||Alice D’Amato, Asia D’Amato, Vanessa Ferrari, Martina Maggio, Giorgia Villa*|
|Germany||Kim Bui, Pauline Schäfer, Elisabeth Seitz, Sarah Voss|
|Belgium||Maellyse Brassart, Nina Derwael, Lisa Vaelen, Jutta Verkest|
|Japan||Hatakeda Hitomi, Hiraiwa Yuna, Murakami Mai, Sugihara Aiko|
|Spain||Laura Bechdejú, Marina González, Alba Petisco, Roxana Popa|
* Giorgia Villa withdrew from the team on July 13 due to a foot sprain. She was replaced by Vanessa Ferrari.
2019 World Championships | Individuals
A total of 32 individual athletes will qualify nominative spots based on their finish in all-around qualifications (one per NOC) and apparatus finals (maximum of three per NOC across all apparatus).
|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)|
|Megan Ryan (Ireland)*||Hanna Traukova (Belarus)*|
* With North Korea withdrawing all athletes from the Olympic Games due to the COVID-19 situation, Kim Su Jong’s berth was reallocated to the first reserve, Megan Ryan of Ireland. Anastasiya Alistratava of Belarus withdrew her nominative spot on July 2, and it was reallocated to her teammate, Hanna Traukova, who missed qualifying at worlds in 2019 due to the one-per-NOC rule.
2018-2020 Apparatus World Cup Series
A total of 4 individual athletes will qualify nominative spots based on their ranking at the conclusion of the eight-meet series, beginning in November 2018 and concluding in March 2020.
|Vault||Jade Carey (United States)|
|Uneven Bars||Fan Yilin (China)|
|Balance Beam||Ashikawa Urara (Japan)|
|Floor Exercise||Lara Mori (Italy)*|
* Lara Mori was the reserve for the world cup spot on floor behind teammate Vanessa Ferrari, but when Ferrari was added to Italy’s main team, Mori took over the world cup spot.
2020 All-Around World Cup Series
A total of 3 nations will qualify 1 individual spot apiece based on their ranking at the conclusion of the four-meet series held March–April 2020.
Edit: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the all-around world cup series was canceled, and the three nations were selected based on the team rankings in qualifications at the 2019 world championships.
|United States||MyKayla Skinner|
|Russia||Lilia Akhaimova or Elena Gerasimova|
2020 Continental Championships
A total of 9 spots will be awarded to an individual on a nominative basis if the individual’s NOC didn’t qualify a full team to the Games, or on a non-nominative basis to the NOC if the individual’s NOC has already qualified a full team.
|African Championships||Zeina Ibrahim (Egypt)||Naveen Daries (South Africa)|
|Pan American Championships||Rebeca Andrade (Brazil)||Luciana Alvarado (Costa Rica)|
|Asian Championships*||Milka Gehani (Sri Lanka)||Pranati Nayak (India)|
|European Championships||Larisa Iordache (Romania)||Anastasia Iliankova (Russia)**|
|Oceania Championships||Emily Whitehead (Australia)|
* Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2021 Asian Championships were canceled. Asia’s two continental berths were instead awarded to the top two gymnasts from Asian NOCs that had not previously qualified athletes to the Olympic Games based on all-around qualifications at 2019 world championships.
** Russia earned a non-nominative spot and later named Iliankova to compete.
Host Country & Tripartite Invitations
The host country is guaranteed 1 spot if not qualified through other criteria, and 1 nominative tripartite commission invitation spot is available to an athlete meeting eligibility criteria.
|Tan Sze En (Singapore)*||Raegan Rutty (Cayman Islands)**|
* Since Japan qualified a full team to the Olympic Games, the host country berth was reallocated to the next highest-ranked all-around athlete based on qualifications at world championships in 2019.
** Countries eligible for the tripartite invitation that competed at world championships in 2019 included Sri Lanka and the Cayman Islands.