2020 Olympic Qualification Calendar

 

October 29, 2018
2018 World Championships – Men’s Team Final

The 3 medal-winning nations will each qualify teams of 4 to the 2020 Olympics.

 

October 30, 2018
2018 World Championships – Women’s Team Final

The 3 medal-winning nations will each qualify teams of 4 to the 2020 Olympics.

 

November 24-25, 2018
2018 Cottbus Apparatus World Cup Finals

The 1st of 8 opportunities to gain points in the apparatus world cup series. The top 3 results for each athlete at the end of the series will count, and the winner of each apparatus (men and women) will qualify independently to the Olympics.

 

February 23-24, 2019
2019 Melbourne Apparatus World Cup Finals

The 2nd of 8 opportunities to gain points in the apparatus world cup series. The top 3 results for each athlete at the end of the series will count, and the winner of each apparatus (men and women) will qualify independently to the Olympics.

 

March 16-17, 2019
2019 Baku Apparatus World Cup Finals

The 3rd of 8 opportunities to gain points in the apparatus world cup series. The top 3 results for each athlete at the end of the series will count, and the winner of each apparatus (men and women) will qualify independently to the Olympics.

 

March 22-23, 2019
2019 Doha Apparatus World Cup Finals

The 4th of 8 opportunities to gain points in the apparatus world cup series. The top 3 results for each athlete at the end of the series will count, and the winner of each apparatus (men and women) will qualify independently to the Olympics.

 

October 5, 2019
2019 World Championships – Men’s Qualification Day 2

The top 9 teams not already qualified from the 2018 World Championships will each qualify teams of 4 to the 2020 Olympics

The top 12 all-around athletes not on one of the 12 qualified teams will qualify independently to the Olympics

 

October 7, 2019
2019 World Championships – Women’s Qualification Day 2

The top 9 teams not already qualified from the 2018 World Championships will each qualify teams of 4 to the 2020 Olympics

The top 20 all-around athletes not on one of the 12 qualified teams will qualify independently to the Olympics

 

October 13-14, 2019
2019 World Championships – Event Finals

The top 3 gymnasts on each event (not from qualified teams and not already qualified in the all-around) will qualify independently to the Olympics. If there are not 3 gymnasts in each event final who meet those criteria, then qualification standings will be used until the 3 spots are filled.

 

November 23-24, 2019
2019 Cottbus Apparatus World Cup Finals

The 5th of 8 opportunities to gain points in the apparatus world cup series. The top 3 results for each athlete at the end of the series will count, and the winner of each apparatus (men and women) will qualify independently to the Olympics.

 

February 15-16, 2020
2020 Melbourne Apparatus World Cup Finals

The 6th of 8 opportunities to gain points in the apparatus world cup series. The top 3 results for each athlete at the end of the series will count, and the winner of each apparatus (men and women) will qualify independently to the Olympics.

 

March 7, 2020
2020 American Cup

The 1st of 4 opportunities to gain points in the all-around world cup series. At the end of the 4 meets, the top 3 countries for both men and women will qualify a spot to the Olympics. This spot is for the country, not for the individual.

 

March 14-15, 2020
2020 Baku Apparatus World Cup Finals

The 7th of 8 opportunities to gain points in the apparatus world cup series. The top 3 results for each athlete at the end of the series will count, and the winner of each apparatus (men and women) will qualify independently to the Olympics.

 

March 21, 2020
2020 Stuttgart World Cup

The 2nd of 4 opportunities to gain points in the all-around world cup series. At the end of the 4 meets, the top 3 countries for both men and women will qualify a spot to the Olympics. This spot is for the country, not for the individual.

 

March 27-28, 2020
2020 Doha Apparatus World Cup Finals

The last of 8 opportunities to gain points in the apparatus world cup series. The top 3 results for each athlete at the end of the series will count, and the winner of each apparatus (men and women) will qualify independently to the Olympics.

 

March 28, 2020
2020 Birmingham World Cup

The 3rd of 4 opportunities to gain points in the all-around world cup series. At the end of the 4 meets, the top 3 countries for both men and women will qualify a spot to the Olympics. This spot is for the country, not for the individual.

 

April 4, 2020
2020 Tokyo World Cup

The last of 4 opportunities to gain points in the all-around world cup series. At the end of the 4 meets, the top 3 countries for both men and women will qualify a spot to the Olympics. This spot is for the country, not for the individual.

 

April 29, 2020
2020 European Championships – Women’s All-Around

The top 2 athletes in the all-around standings (as long as they did not compete on a team that earned a team qualification place) will get a spot at the 2020 Olympics. If their nation is already qualified as a team, then the spot goes to the country. If not, the spot goes to the individual.

 

May 27, 2020
2020 European Championships – Men’s All-Around

The top 2 athletes in the all-around standings (as long as they did not compete on a team that earned a team qualification place) will get a spot at the 2020 Olympics. If their nation is already qualified as a team, then the spot goes to the country. If not, the spot goes to the individual.

 

TBD – May 2020
2020 Pan American Championships – Men’s and Women’s All-Around

The top 2 athletes in the all-around standings (as long as they did not compete on a team that earned a team qualification place) will get a spot at the 2020 Olympics. If their nation is already qualified as a team, then the spot goes to the country. If not, the spot goes to the individual.

 

TBD – May 2020
2020 Asian Championships – Men’s and Women’s All-Around

The top 2 athletes in the all-around standings (as long as they did not compete on a team that earned a team qualification place) will get a spot at the 2020 Olympics. If their nation is already qualified as a team, then the spot goes to the country. If not, the spot goes to the individual.

 

TBD – May 2020
2020 African Championships – Men’s and Women’s All-Around

The top 2 athletes in the all-around standings (as long as they did not compete on a team that earned a team qualification place) will get a spot at the 2020 Olympics. If their nation is already qualified as a team, then the spot goes to the country. If not, the spot goes to the individual.

 

TBD – May 2020
2020 Oceania Championships – Men’s and Women’s All-Around

The winner of the all-around (as long as they did not compete on a team that earned a team qualification place) will get a spot at the 2020 Olympics. If their nation is already qualified as a team, then the spot goes to the country. If not, the spot goes to the individual.

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