All qualified. Allocated 98 places, Italy with Edalli and Lodadio - OA Sport

All qualified. Allocated 98 places, Italy with Edalli and Lodadio – OA Sport

The qualifying picture for the 2021 Tokyo Olympics has been decided in relation to men’s artistic gymnastics. The very long qualification process, which began in 2018 and ended only last Saturday, has made its final judgments and we know 98 game entry card holdersScheduled from Friday, July 23 to Sunday, August 8.

Artistic gymnastics, 2021 Olympics: all qualified. 98 seats allocated to Italy with the team and Vanessa Ferrari

There will be 12 teams, each team consisting of 4 athletes. China, Russia and Japan cleared the ticket thanks to the medals they won in the 2018 World Cup. Ukraine, Great Britain, Switzerland, the United States, China Taipei, South Korea, Brazil, Spain and Germany completed the task during the 2019 World Cup. On the other hand, the other 50 places were allotted to individualists: Some through the latest World Championship, some through the Specialized World Cup, and some in the context of various continental competitions, not to mention the many re-allocations. He was also given one wild cardWhich ended up in the hands of Albanian Matvey Petrov.

With the exception of 6 cases, all permits assigned to individuals are nominal. The countries that qualified the team should announce their four teams in the next few days. Thus, Italy will be attended by Marco Ludadio and Ludovico Idali, the team failed to qualify by a hair. Below are all the qualifications for the 2021 Tokyo Olympics regarding men’s artistic gymnastics

Men’s technical athletics qualifying for the 2021 Tokyo Olympics

Teams (4 seats per head):

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China (from the 2018 World Cup)

Russia (from the 2018 World Cup)

Japan (from the 2018 World Cup)

Ukraine (from the 2019 World Cup)

Great Britain (from the 2019 World Cup)

Switzerland (from the 2019 World Cup)

USA (from World Cup 2019)

Chinese Taipei (from the 2019 World Cup)

South Korea (from the 2019 World Cup)

Brazil (from the 2019 World Cup)

Spain (from the 2019 World Cup)

Germany (from the 2019 World Cup)

Individuals:

Carlos Idriel Yolo (Philippines, from 2019 World Cup)

Manrique Larduette (Cuba, from the 2019 World Cup)

Ludovico Idali (Italy, from the 2019 World Cup)

Milad Karimi (Kazakhstan, dai Mondiali 2019)

Loris Frasca (France, from the 2019 World Cup)

Robert Tvorogal (Lithuania, from the 2019 World Cup)

Alexander Shatilov (Israel, from the 2019 World Cup)

Ferhat Arikan (Turkey, from the 2019 World Cup)

Artur Davtyan (Armenia, from the 2019 World Cup)

David Huddleston (Bulgaria, from the 2019 World Cup)

Bart Diorlo (Olanda, dai Mondiali 2019)

Daniel Corral (Mexico, from the 2019 World Cup)

Artem Dolgobat (Israel, from the 2019 World Cup)

Reese McClingan (Ireland, from the 2019 World Cup)

Cyril Thomasson (France, from the 2019 World Cup)

Ibrahim Kulak (Turkey, from the 2019 World Cup)

Marco Ludadio (Italy, from the 2019 World Cup)

Samir Ait Said (France, from the 2019 World Cup)

Marian Dragulescu (Romania, from the 2019 World Cup)

Thanh Tung Lo (Vietnam, Dai Mondiale 2019)

Wai Hong Shek (Hong Kong, Day Mondiale 2019)

Ahmet Onder (Turkey, from the 2019 World Cup)

Ten Serbic (Croatia, from the 2019 World Cup)

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Tyson Paul (Australia, from the 2019 World Cup)

Rene Corner (Canada, redistribution)

Rasuljon Abdurakhimov (Uzbekistan, riallocazione)

Marius Georgiou (Cyprus, redistribution)

Ivan Tikhonov (Azerbaijan, redistribution)

David Rambutis (Sweden, redistribution)

Andrey Likhovitskiy (Belarus, redistribution)

Sofus Heggemsnes (Norway, redistribution)

Riderly Zapata (Spain, from Specialized World Cup)

Kohei Kamiyama (Japan, from World Cup Specialist)

Eleftherios Petronias (Greece, from World Cup Specialist)

Jihwan Shin (South Korea, from World Cup Specialist).

Hao Yu (China, from Specialized World Cup)

Epke Zonderland (Netherlands, from Specialized World Cup).

1st place Russia (Russia, from the undisputed comprehensive World Cup reallocation)

1st place China (China, from the undisputed comprehensive World Cup reallocation)

1st place Japan (Japan, from the undisputed overall World Cup reallocation)

1st place Russia (Russia, from Europeans)

Adam Asil (Turkey from Europeans)

1st place USA (USA, from Pan American Games)

1st place Brazil (Brazil, from the Pan American Games)

Omar Mohamed (Egypt from the African Championships)

Uchi Ike (Nigeria from the African Championship).

Mikhail Kudinov (New Zealand, starring Ocean)

Phuong Thanh Ding (Vietnam, redistribution)

Phay Xing Loo (Malaysia, Reallocated)

Matvey Petrov (Albania, Wild Card)

Photo: Simone Ferraro/FGI

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