Here is a look at the qualification system for Shooting. We will also keep updating this post as and when quotas are allocated over the course of next 2 years.
Shooting at Paris 2024 Olympics
The events at Paris 2024 Olympics in shooting is same as Tokyo 2020 barring one change. Instead of Mixed Trap event, we will have Mixed Skeet event. The ISSF is going to shuffle between Mixed Trap and Mixed Skeet event in alternate Olympics.
The 15 events scheduled in Shooting are as follows:
The quotas for Shooting can be achieved through 4 different routes: 2 World Championships, ISSF Continental Championship, Olympic Qualification Championship and World Ranking.
Here is how quotas will be split across different routes:
2022 World Championship: 4 quotas in each individual event
2023 World Championship: 4 quotas in each individual event
Continental Championship: 4 quotas in each event to be given through Asian Continental Championships
Olympic Qualification tournament: 2 quota in each individual event
Olympic Ranking List: 1 quota in each event
Mixed Teams must be formed by athletes who have qualified in respective individual events.
Timeline for Indian Athletes to Qualify:
2022 Shotgun World Championship: 22 Sept -11 Oct – 4 quotas in Shotgun individual event
2022 Rifle & Pistol World Championship: 12-25 Oct – 4 quotas in Rifle/Pistol individual event
2023 World Shooting Championship: 14-31 Aug – 4 quotas in each individual event
2023 Asian Championship: October – 2 quotas in each individual event
2024 Asian Shotgun Championships: February – 2 quotas in Shotgun individual event
2024 Asian Rifle & Pistol Championships: March – 2 quotas in Rifle/Pistol individual event
Olympic Qualification Tournament: May-June 2024 – 2 quotas in each individual event
Olympic Ranking List cut-off: 9th June, 2024
In Shooting, 15 athletes qualified from India at Tokyo Olympic. How many will qualify for Paris 2024?