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QUALIFICATION SYSTEM - 2nd SUMMER YOUTH OLYMPIC GAMES - NANJING 2014

INTERNATIONAL SHOOTING SPORT FEDERATION
Shooting


A.      Events (6)
MEN’S EVENTS (2)
WOMEN’S EVENTS (2)
MIXED EVENTS (2)
10m Air Rifle Men – 60 shots
10m Air Pistol Men – 60 shots
10m Air Rifle Women – 40 shots
10m Air Pistol Women – 40 shots
10m Air Rifle Mixed Teams
10m Air Pistol Mixed Teams

B.      Quota

Qualification
Host Country Places
Universality places
Total
Men
27
1
12
40
Women
27
1
12
40
Total
54
2
24
80


MAXIMUM Quota per NOC
Men
2 (1 per event)
Women
2 (1 per event
Total
4

C.      Athlete Eligibility
ATHLETE ELIGIBILITY
All athletes must comply with the provisions of the Olympic Charter currently in force, and only those athletes who comply with the Olympic Charter may participate in the Youth Olympic Games.
Athletes who are born between 1 January 1996 and 31 December 1999 are eligible to participate in the shooting events of the 2nd Summer Youth Olympic Games. Only eligible athletes can obtain Minimum Qualification Scores (MQS) results or quota places.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATION SCORES (MQS)
All athletes, including candidates for NOC Universality Places, must obtain a YOG MQS to be entered by their NOC in the shooting events of the Youth Olympic Games.
MQS must be obtained in ISSF Championships or in ISSF designated competitions approved by the ISSF Executive Committee. MQS scores must be obtained between 1 April 2013 and 8 June 2014.
YOG MQS for shooting are (for 10m Air Rifle YOG MQS are listed in decimal scoring as well):
         10m Air Rifle (AR) – 60 shots 552 / 580.0 10m Air Rifle (AR) – 40 shots 368 / 385.0
         10m Air Pistol (AP) – 60 shots 540 10m Air Pistol (AP) – 40 shots 355
GENERAL RULES FOR QUALIFYING COMPETITIONS
YOG quota places must be earned in designated qualifying competitions that will take place between 1 April 2013 and 8 June 2014. Those competitions must consist of a qualification and a final round. The appropriate ISSF Technical Rules must apply.
The maximum number of entries per ISSF National Federation at any event of a qualifying
competition is three (3) participants per event.


D.      Qualification System
QUALIFICATION PATHWAY
For each qualifying event, the qualification places obtained for the Youth Olympic Games will be allocated to:  
 (   )Athletes
 ( X )NOCs
A total of 80 quota places in total will be distributed according to the following qualification procedure:
One quota place is one starting position for the Youth Olympic Games. Each eligible athlete who obtains one of the following IF quotas in a Continental Qualifying Competition event obtains one starting position for his or her NOC in the Youth Olympic Games.
YOG Shooting Quotas will be distributed by event, according to the following distribution plan:

AR 40
Ap 40
AR 60
AP60
TOTAL
Host Country
1
-
-
1
2
Africa
1
1
1
1
4
America
2
2
2
2
8
Asia
3
4
4
3
14
Europe
6
6
6
6
24
Oceania
1
1
1
1
4
Universaliti Places
6
6
6
6
24
Total
20
20
20
20
80
Eligible athletes (one quota place only per athlete) can obtain qualification places in each of the four (4) events in Continental Qualifying Competitions that are organised between 1 April 2013 and 8 June 2014. Continental Qualifying Competitions must have YOG qualifying events where all participating athletes are born in 1996, 1997, 1998 or 1999 (YOG Shooting Youth Category). Qualifying Competitions may take place during Continental Championships or in other specially designated competitions as proposed by the Continental Confederation and approved by the ISSF Executive Committee.
IF quotas will be awarded according to the final ranking in each qualifying event in a Continental Qualifying Competition. A qualification place can be obtained only if the athlete’s qualification score is equal to or higher than the MQS.

HOST COUNTRY REPRESENTATION
The host country will be directly qualified in two (2) events as follows, provided its selected athletes have
obtained a YOG MQS:
One (1) Quota Place in 10m Air Rifle Women
One (1) Quota Place in 10m Air Pistol Men

UNIVERSALITY PLACES
To be eligible to receive Universality Places, athletes must comply with the eligibility criteria as defined under point C. of this document. 24 places will be allocated, pending that the technical level allows it.

E.       Confirmation process for quota places
REALLOCATION OF UNUSED QUALIFICATION PLACES
The ISSF will reallocate all remaining or returned unused qualification places by filling them with the next highest ranked eligible athletes from other NOCs in that event in the same Continental Qualifying Competition. If no redistribution is possible within the continent, the qualification place(s) will be reallocated to the NOC(s) with the largest number of MQS athletes which has/have not yet qualified for a quota place for the Nanjing YOG 2014.

F. Reallocation of unused quota places
REALLOCATION OF UNUSED HOST COUNTRY PLACES
The ISSF will reallocate all remaining or returned unused qualification places by filling them with the next highest ranked eligible athletes from other NOCs in that event in the same Continental Qualifying Competition. If no redistribution is possible within the continent, the qualification place(s) will be reallocated to the NOC(s) with the largest number of MQS athletes which has/have not yet qualified for a quota place for the Nanjing YOG 2014.

REALLOCATION OF UNUSED HOST COUNTRY PLACES
The ISSF will reallocate these quota places to the NOC(s) with the largest number of MQS athletes  which has/have not yet qualified for a quota place for the Nanjing YOG 2014


REALLOCATION OF UNUSED UNIVERSALITY PLACES
Any unused Universality Places, including those returned after the final allocation by YOG Tripartite Commission, will be reallocated to the NOC(s) with the largest number of MQS athletes which has/have not yet qualified for a quota place for the Nanjing YOG 2014.

Posted by Thom Erik Syrdahl
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