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3 DIVING Events Individual Diving Men (3) Women (3) 1m springboard 3m springboard 10m platform 1m springboard 3m springboard 10m platform Synchronized Diving Men (2) Women (2) 3m springboard 3m springboard 10m platform 10m platform Men 1m springboard - 2 athletes 3m springboard- 2 athletes 10m platform - 2 athletes Quota 70 athletes Maximum quota per NOC per event Individual Diving Women 1m springboard - 2 athletes 3m springboard- 2 athletes 10m platform - 2 athletes Synchronized Diving Men Women 3m springboard 1 team of 2 athletes 3m springboard 1 team of 2 athletes 10m platform 1 team of 2 athletes 10m platform 1 team of 2 athletes Total 8 athletes comprised of men and women if entering teams in synchronized diving. Total 6 athletes comprised of men and women not entering teams in synchronized diving. As Host Country, if not already qualified, Peru will automatically qualify one diver or one team to compete in each of the diving competition events, for the Lima 2019 Pan American Games. Such divers will not count in the calculation of Zone 1 divers under the Qualification System below. According to the quota established by PASO, the maximum number of male and female diving competitors will be 70. Each NOC may enter a maximum of eight divers comprised of men and women if entering teams in synchronized diving. NOCs not entering divers in synchronized diving will be allowed to enter a maximum of six divers. Each NOC may enter a maximum of two divers per individual event and one team per synchronized event. Athlete Eligibility Only NOCs recognized by PASO whose swimming National Federations are affiliated with FINA and the UANA, may enter competitors in the Lima 2019 Pan American Games.

4 To be eligible for participation in the Lima 2019 Pan American Games, a competitor must comply with PASO Regulations, FINA rules and must be entered by his or her NOC. Divers younger than the age of 14 on December 31 st, 2019, will not be permitted to compete at the Lima 2019 Pan American Games. (Eligible divers have been born in 2005 or earlier). All competitors participating in the Lima 2019 Pan American Games must have a passport from the NOC with which he/she is registered. A o petitor s atio ality will e deter i ed a ordi g to PASO Regulatio s, Se tio IV, Ite 3. Athletes must have signed and submitted the Athlete Eligibility Condition Form. Qualification System NOCs may only send competitors to the 2019 Pan American Games who have qualified through the system established by UANA and FINA. The objective is to have the top ranked UANA divers within FINA compete at the 2019 Pan American Games. Those divers who have achieved a ranking within FINA may earn a quota position for their federation. In addition, at each of the CONSANAT Championships (Zone 1) and Central American Games (Zone 2), divers from federations competing in such events may earn a quota position for their federations provided that the total number of divers from such Zones do not exceed 20 divers on all boards (including those who are ranked in FINA from such competing federations). Additional divers may qualify at such events but may be subject to Reallocation of Unused Quota Places outlined below. Each NOC must submit a list with the names of the proposed divers to be registered for the Lima2019 Pan Am Games to UANA no later than April 15th, The UANA TDC will review the divers to ensure that they are the top ranked UANA divers within FINA or have qualified in accordance with the following events: Athlete Quota Numbers by Zone (70 Athletes Total) Zone 1 minimum of 20 divers, each federation within Zone 1 limited to a maximum of 8 divers; in addition PER will have a maximum of 8 divers as host nation. Zone 2 minimum of 20 divers, each federation within Zone 2 limited to a maximum of 8 divers; Zone 3 maximum 8 divers Zone 4 maximum 8 divers It is important to note that the quota positions for each of Zones 1 and 2 earned through FINA rankings will have priority and any diver from that zone ranked within FINA will count towards the minimum quota numbers for such Zone at its Zone qualification event.

5 Event Date Qualifiers Central American Games July 20-24, 2018 By Quota CONSANAT Championships October 2018 By Quota 2019 CCCAN Diving Championships TBD, 2019 By Quota Note: Zone 3 & 4 divers do not have separate qualifiers within their zones. National championships or trials events in Zones 3 & 4 may be used to name divers to already qualified positions. Confirmation of Quota Places Following the completion of the quota allocation based on the system described above, UANA will advise PASO and NOCs/NFs the quota places obtained, by April 30 th, The NOCs/NFs must confirm UANA the use of quota places obtained, no later than May 15 th, Reallocation of Unused Quota Places If the number of proposed divers exceeds the quota of 70, UANA will determine the qualified divers for the Lima 2019 Pan American Games according to the following priority ranking system: a) Priority one FINA World Ranking at the end of FINA World Ranking 2019 may be used to add divers not ranked in b) Priority two Place finish in 2019 CCCAN Championships, CONSANAT Championships 2018, 2018 Central American Games, Canadian National Championships 2019, USA Pan American Team Trials c) Tiebreaker system if a tie occurs, the following system will be used to break the tie: most number of top 12 place finishes in FINA events from 2017 to If there is still a tie, then the next ranking consideration is used: most number of top 12 place finishes in UANA events from 2017 to If there is still a tie, then the final ranking consideration is used: federations without competitors will be invited first and any further considerations will be determined by any head to head results, as interpreted by the UANA TDC in its sole discretion, specifically including 2019 CCCAN Championships provided all UANA federations in good standing are permitted to attend. This process will be completed by June 15, 2019.

6 Date July 20-24, 2018 October, 2018 TBD, 2019 April 15 th, 2019 April 26 th, 2019 April 30 th, 2019 May 15 th, 2019 June 15, 2019 June 26 th, 2019 Timeline Central American Games CONSANAT Championships Key Event 2019 CCCAN Diving Championships NOC must submit a list with the names of the proposed divers to be registered for the Lima 2019 Pan Am Games Lima 2019 entry by number deadline UANA will advise PASO and NOCs/NFs the quota places obtained The NOCs/NFs must confirm UANA the use of quota places obtained Reallocation of unused quota places Lima 2019 entry by name deadline

7 OPEN WATER SWIMMING Events Men (1) Women (1) 10 km marathon swim 10 km marathon swim Quota Zone I Zone II Zone III Zone IV CONSANAT CCCAN USA CAN Total Men Women Total Maximum Quota per NOC Men 2 Women 2 Total 4 According to the quota established by PASO, there will be a maximum of 40 athletes for the open water competition: 20 men and 20 women. Each NOC may register a maximum of two athletes by gender. Athlete Eligibility For the Lima 2019 Pan American Games, NOCs will only be permitted to enter athletes who have qualified in accordance with the qualification system established by FINA and UANA described below. Athletes must have signed and submitted the Athlete Eligibility Condition Form. The minimum age required for open water swimming athletes is 14 as of December 31 st, 2019 (born in 2005 or before). Qualification System The qualification positions will be determined as follows. Zone Men Women Zone 1 CONSANAT 8 8 Zone II CCCAN 8 8 Zone III USA 2 2 Zone IV CAN 2 2 Total 20 20

8 Each zone will be responsible for the organization of its own qualification competition. Each zone must provide the UANA President, UANA Secretary Treasurer and the Vice Chairman of the UANA Technical Open Water Swimming Committee with a complete set of results, including the date and location of the qualification competition, as well as names of the qualifying athletes. Zone I CONSANAT Those NOCs whose athletes obtain the first eight places (per gender) in the qualification competition will qualify for the LIMA 2019 Pan American Games. If Peru does not have an athlete finish in the top eight places then their lead finisher representing Peru will be awarded eighth place. This qualification competition will be under control of FINA and Confederación Sudamericana de Natación (CONSANAT). The qualification competition will take place in October 2018 with dates to be confirmed in Each Federation will be limited to two athletes per gender. Zone II CCCAN Those NOCs whose athletes obtain the first eight places (per gender) in the CCCAN (Central American and Caribbean Amateur Swimming Confederation) Championship will qualify for the LIMA 2019 Pan American Games. The qualification competition will take place in June 2019, with dates to be confirmed in Each Federation will be limited to two athletes per gender. Zone III USA and Zone IV CAN Canada and USA will each conduct their own internal processes and register up to two men and two women in each event. Any qualification competitions will be confirmed by UANA in Confirmation of Quota Places UANA will inform PASO and the NOCs and the NFs of the number of quota places obtained, by June 20 th, NOCs must confirm to UANA the use of quota places no later than June 24 th, Reallocation of Unused Quota Places Should vacancies become available, those slots will be allocated to the respective zone and will be filled based on the results of their qualification competitions. This process will be completed by June 25 th, 2019.

9 Timeline October, 2018 March, April or May, 2019 April, May or June, 2019 April 26 th, 2019 June 2019 June 17 th, 2019 June 20 th, 2019 June 24 th, 2019 June 25 th, 2019 June 26 th, 2019 CONSANAT Qualifier (Zone I) - Trujillo, Peru USA Qualifier (Zone III). Canadian Qualifier (Zone IV). Lima2019 entry by number deadline. CCCAN Championship (Zone II) - Cayman Islands, Grand Cayman End of qualification period UANA will inform PASO and the NOCs and the NFs of the number of quota places obtained NOCs must confirm to UANA the use of quota places. End of reallocation process Lima2019 entry by name deadline.

10 SWIMMING Quota Events Men (16) Women (16) 50m freestyle 100m freestyle 200m freestyle 400m freestyle 1,500m freestyle 100m backstroke 200m backstroke 100m breaststroke 200m breaststroke 100m butterfly 200m butterfly 200m individual medley 400m individual medley RELAY 4 x 100m freestyle relay 4 x 200m freestyle relay 4 x 100m medley relay The athlete quota for swimming is 350 Mixed Gender Relays (2) 4 x 100m freestyle relay 4 x 100m medley relay Quota per NOC Men 18 Women 18 Total 36 50m freestyle 100m freestyle 200m freestyle 400m freestyle 800m freestyle 100m backstroke 200m backstroke 100m breaststroke 200m breaststroke 100m butterfly 200m butterfly 200m individual medley 400m individual medley RELAY 4 x 100m freestyle relay 4 x 200m freestyle relay 4 x 100m medley relay Quota per event per NOC Individual events 2 Relay events 1 team of 4 These athletes must all have qualified according to the system described below. Athlete Eligibility Athletes must have signed and submitted the Athlete Eligibility Condition Form.

11 Qualification System Qualification period: March 1 st, 2018 April 30 th, ** **The following competitions being held outside of the stated qualification date range are also specifically approved for qualification: 2017-Central American Games, Managua, Nicaragua, 2018-UANA Swimming Cup, Coral Springs, Florida. As Host Country, Peru automatically will qualify 18 male and 18 female competitors. Each National Olympic Committee (NOC) may use proven swim times attained during the qualification period of those swimmers who have met the qualifying standards established by the Union Americana de Natación (UANA) for Lima 2019 Pan American Games at a competition recognized by the Federation Internationale de Natation (FINA) from the official list of approved qualifying competitions for the 18 th FINA World Championships, Gwangju, Korea. The priority order for qualification and selection into the Pan American Games will be: 1. All athletes who have achieved a A ti e sta da d see ha t o page 5) will be invited to compete. For any NOC to enter two athletes in an individual event, both athletes from that NOC must have e ualed o ette ed the A ti e sta da d i that e e t. 2. Universality athletes will be invited to compete. The universality rule applies to those NOCs that do ot ha e athletes ith eithe a A o B ualifyi g ti e, o NOCs that ha e o athletes sele ted for the LIMA 2019 Pan American Games through the online selection process. These NOCs are entitled to have one male and/or one female athlete entered in the Pan American Games. Universality athletes will be selected separately by gender. A NOC that has ualified o e s i e ith eithe a A o B sta da d ti e a d has ee i ited to compete, that NOC through the universality system may enter another swimmer of opposite gender through the UANA OME system. 3. Relay-only athletes will be invited to compete. NOCs entering relay teams may enter a maximum of two relay-only athletes per gender, as part of their team. Relay-only athletes will be considered as part of the per-team quota of 18 men and 18 women. 4. Athletes ho ha e a hie ed a B ti e sta da d see ha t o page 5) will be invited to compete until the quota of athletes for the LIMA 2019 Pan American Games is met. If more than 26 spaces remain afte the additio of A ualifie s, B sta da d athletes will be selected by adding the next fastest B standard athlete to each event until less than 26 quota spots remain. Additional B athletes will then be added one at a time to individual events based on FINA point rankings until the quota of athletes has been achieved. If a NOC has a athlete ith B ualifyi g sta da d, ut that athlete is ot i ited to o pete, the that NOC may be permitted to enter athletes via the universality rule (step 2, above). Under the universality rule, each NOC is guaranteed an entry of one male and/or one female athlete, each of whom may enter a maximum of three individual events, without having a qualifying time for any event. Should an NOC not qualify any athletes during the selection process, it must identify which athletes are to be considered for the universality positions within the online meet entry system (OME). An NOC that enters Universality athletes at the LIMA 2019 Pan American Games is not eligible to enter mixed gender relays and therefore cannot enter relay-only athletes.

12 Once a swimmer has qualified in at least one individual event and has been invited to the LIMA 2019 Pan A e i a Ga es as a A o B athlete, that athlete may enter and swim other individual events up to a maximum of five individual events, without having a qualifying time in those other events, provided that NOC has an opening in that specific event. The rule of maximum of two entries per event per NOC still applies, and these athletes cannot enter an event that already has one athlete from that NOC in that event u less oth athletes ha e A ualifyi g ti es i that e e t. These additional events must be entered during the OME process described in this document, and no additional event entries will be allowed after the entry deadline. Relays Ea h NOC ay e te o e tea i ea h elay e e t, p o ided it has at least t o athletes ith A o B standards that have been invited to compete in the LIMA 2019 Pan American Games. Each NOC will be allowed a maximum of two relay-only swimmers per gender. All other relay participants must be entered in at least one individual event. Relay-only athletes are only eligible to swim in the relay(s) and will not be permitted to swim in any individual events. A relay only athlete must particpate in at least one relay. Relay-only swimmers entered into the Pan American games must swim either in the heat or final of a relay event. Should a relay-only swimmer not compete, this will lead to the disqualification of the respective team. Further, if a relay-only swimmer does not compete in the heats of a relay in which the NOC fails to qualify for the finals, the relay will be disqualified. If a relay-only swimmer could swim in multiple relays, but does not compete in any for which he/she is eligible, the final relay for which he/she was eligible will be the relay that is disqualified. If a relay-only swimmer is medically unable to compete, they may be excused from the requirement to participate in a relay. A member of the PASO Medical Commission or their Designee will be present at heats and finals and will be the independent physician empowered to make decisions about relay-only athlete participation. The composition of a relay team may be changed between the heats and finals of an event. An NOC that enters Universality athletes at the LIMA 2019 Pan American Games is not eligible to enter mixed gender relays and therefore cannot enter relay-only athletes. UANA Online Meet Entry System Swimming entries to the LIMA 2019 Pan American Games will first be processed by UANA through its OME syste. UANA ill p o ide ea h NOC ith a OME syste use a e a d pass o d a d a OME use s guide (English and Spanish) for the LIMA 2019 Pan American Games. This information will be distributed on January 15 th, The OME entry system opens at 12 noon (CT) on February 14 th, 2019 and closes at 23:59 (CT) on May 16 th, Confirmation of Quota Places UANA will notify PASO and all NOCs by June 24 th as indicated in the timetable below of athletes who have been selected to compete in the LIMA 2019 Pan American Games.

13 2020 Olympic Qualification The swimming competition at the LIMA 2019 Pan American Games will serve as a qualifying event for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. March 1 st, 2018 *** January 15 th, 2019 February 14 th, 2019 February 14 th, 2019 April 26 th, 2019 April 30 th, 2019 **** May 16 th, 2019 May 24 th, 2019 May 30 th, 2019 May 31 st, 2019 June 7 th, 2019 June 13 th, 2019 June 14 th, 2019 Timeline Qualification period begins UANA online meet entry user guide, username and password available UANA online meet entry opens at uana-aquatics.org Tutorial for online meet entry, available in English and Spanish Lima2019 entry by number deadline. Qualification period ends UANA online meet entry closes at 23:59 (CT) UANA invites universality athletes NOCs / NFs confirm to UANA the participation of universality athletes UANA sends invitations to NOCs/NFs NOCs confirm to UANA which eligible athletes will be entered in the LIMA 2019 Pan American Games UANA to update list of athletes participating in the LIMA 2019 Pan American Games UANA sends invitations to NOCs for athletes not previously invited on May 31 st. June 17 th, 2019 NOCs confirm to UANA the participation of athletes invited on June 14 th. June 24 th, 2019 June 26 th, 2019 UANA online meet entry system complete with swimmer lists and entries per event Lima2019 entry by name deadline. ***The following competitions being held outside of the stated qualification date range are also specifically approved for qualification Central American Games, Managua, Nicaragua, UANA Swimming Cup, Coral Springs, Florida. ****The qualification period will end the last day of the qualification period for the 18 th FINA World Championship, Gwangiu, Korea but not later than April 30 th, 2019.

14 Qualification Standards Women Length of race A ti e sta dard B ti e standard 50m freestyle m freestyle m freestyle 2: : m freestyle 4: : m freestyle 8: : m backstroke 1: : m backstroke 2: : m breaststroke 1: : m breaststroke 2: : m butterfly 1: : m butterfly 2: : m individual medley 2: : m individual medley 4: :17.99 Men Length of race A ti e sta dard B ti e sta dard 50m freestyle m freestyle m freestyle 1: : m freestyle 3: : ,500m freestyle 15: : m backstroke m backstroke 2: : m breaststroke 1: : m breaststroke 2: : m butterfly m butterfly 2: : m individual medley 2: : m individual medley 4: :43.79

15 SYNCHRONIZED SWIMMING Women (2) Team Duet Quota Qualification Host NOC Total Team teams of 9 athletes each Duet teams of 2 athletes each Total 80* athletes Quota per NOC per event Team 1 team (9 athletes) Duet 1 team (2 athletes) Total 9* *According to the quota established by PASO, there will be a maximum of 80 female athletes in the synchronized swimming competitions. Athletes may register for more than one event. Eight teams with a maximum of 9 (nine) athletes each (including one reserve) may participate in the team competition. Twelve teams with a maximum of 24 athletes (no reserves will be allowed) may participate in the duet competition. As Host Country, Peru automatically will qualify one team in each event. Athlete Eligibility Only NOCs recognized by PASO whose national swimming federations are affiliated with the International Swimming Federation (FINA) and the Unión Americana de Natación (UANA) may enter athletes in the Lima 2019 Pan American Games. Athletes must comply with PASO regulations and FINA rules. All athletes must be at least 14 years old on December 31 st, Athletes must possess the nationality of their NOCs when they registered. Nationality is determined according to PASO Regulations, Section IV, Item 3. Athletes must have signed and submitted the Athlete Eligibility Condition Form.

16 Qualification System Eligible team and duet places will qualify according to UANA-approved procedures as follows: Zone Team Duet A A B B Zone 1 CONSANAT C C D E 1 1 Reserves 2 2 A A B B Zone II CCAN C C D E 1 1 Reserves 2 2 Zone III USA A A Zone IV CAN A A Confirmation of Quota Places Once the quota allocation is completed, based on the system described in the table above, the Pan American Confederation will inform to PASO and NOCs/NFs the quota places obtained, by December 1 st, The NOCs/NFs must confirm to the Pan American Confederation the use of quota places obtained, no later than April 18 th, Reallocation of Unused Quota Places If any qualifying country fails to confirm its participation to the Pan American Confederation by April 18 th, 2019, alternate NOCs, in qualifying order, will be approached to replace them. The reallocation process will be completed by April 26 th, 2019.

17 Date July 28 th August 2 nd, 2018 October, 2018 December 1 st, 2018 December 1 st, 2018 April 18 th, 2019 April 26 th, 2019 April 26 th, 2019 June 26 th, 2019 Timeline Key Event CCCAN qualifier: Central American and Caribbean Games CONSANAT qualifier: 2018 South American Swimming Championships, Trujillo, Peru Zone III USA and Zone IV CAN will send their qualifying team entry The Pan American Confederation will inform to PASO and NOCs/NFs the quota places obtained The NOCs/NFs must confirm to the Pan American Confederation the use of quota places obtained End of reallocation period Lima 2019 entry by number deadline Lima 2019 entry by name deadline

18 WATER POLO Events Men (1) Women (1) 8 Team Competition 8 Team Competition Quota Qualification Host NOC Total Men (8 teams) Women (8 teams) Total (16 teams) Men Women Total Quota per NOC 11 (1 team) 11 (1 team) 22 (2 teams) Athlete Eligibility Athletes must have submitted and signed the Athlete Eligibility Condition Form. Qualification System Men Women Total Zone I CONSANAT 3 teams (33 athletes) 3 teams (33 athletes) 6 teams (66 athletes) Zone II CCCAN 3 teams (33 athletes) 3 teams (33 athletes) 6 teams (66 athletes) Zone III USA 1 teams (11 athletes) 1 teams (11 athletes) 2 teams (22 athletes) Zone IV CAN 1 teams (11 athletes) 1 teams (11 athletes) 2 teams (22 athletes) TOTAL 8 teams (88 athletes) 8 teams (88 athletes) 16 teams (176 athletes) Zone Men Women Zone 1 CONSANAT 2 top-placed + Peru 2 top-placed + Peru Zone II CCCAN 3 top-placed 3 top-placed Zone III USA Automatically qualifies Automatically qualifies Zone IV CAN Automatically qualifies Automatically qualifies Total 8 teams 8 teams

19 Confirmation of Quota Places The Pan American Confederation will inform to PASO and NOCs/NFs the quota places obtained, before December 15 th, The NOCs/NFs must confirm to the Pan American Confederation the use of quota places obtained, no later than January 30 th, Reallocation of Unused Quota Places Should vacancies become available, they will be allocated to each zone and filled based on their qualifying events. In such cases, the zone will promote the next available team of the same gender from its qualifying event. This process will be completed by February 15 th, Date July 26 th August 1 st 2018 October 28 th November 3 rd 2018 December 15 th, 2018 January 30 th, 2019 February 15 th, 2019 April 26 th, 2019 June 26 th, 2019 Timeline Key Event Central American and Caribbean Games in Barranquilla, Colombia. South American Championships in Lima The Pan American Confederation will inform to PASO and NOCs/NFs the quota places obtained The NOCs/NFs must confirm to the Pan American Confederation the use of quota places obtained End of reallocation period Lima 2019 entry by number deadline Lima 2019 entry by name deadline

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21 ARCHERY Events Men (3) Women (3) Mixed (2) Individual Recurve Individual Compound Team Recurve Individual Recurve Individual Compound Team Recurve Team Compound Team Recurve Quota Qualification Host NOC Total Men Women Total Athlete Eligibility Quota per NOC Men 4 Women 4 Total 8 Athletes must have signed and submitted the Athlete Eligibility Condition Form. Qualification System There shall be two Qualification Tournaments: Date Event Qualifiers August 14-19, 2018 Pan American Championship 62 April 2 nd 9 th, 2019 Second Qualifier Tournament Santiago Chile PARTICIPANTS The total number of participants in the Pan American Games will be as follows: Recurve Women: 32 (8 teams and 8 individual archers). Recurve Men: 32 (8 teams and 8 individual archers). Recurve Mixed Team: As many mixed teams as countries which have qualified at least one man and one woman. Compound Women 10 (individual only) from 10 different countries

22 Compound Men: 10 (individual only) from 10 different countries Compound Mixed Team: As many mixed teams as countries which have qualified one man and one woman. A minimum of five mixed teams (including the host country) will be ensured in the first qualifier. 2. NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS PER COUNTRY The maximum number of participants for a country is eight. Six recurve and two compound. 3. NUMBER OF RECURVE TEAMS There is a maximum number of recurve teams in each gender: 8. The eight teams need to qualify in either one of the two qualification tournaments. It will not be possible to complete a team with three individuals, because the maximum number of individual places a country can win is two. 4. SPOTS FOR THE HOST COUNTRY: As the host country, Peru will have one position in each of the individual categories, without needing to win them in a qualifier. In order to win a second individual spot in a recurve category and therefore have two positions in this category, Peru will need to qualify one spot in either of the two qualifiers. To be able to compete in the recurve team events at the Pan American Games, Peru will need to qualify as a team in either one of the two qualifiers under the same conditions as the rest of the WAA Member Associations. 5. QUALIFICATION TOURNAMENTS There shall be two qualification tournaments 1. The Pan American Championships in Medellin, Colombia, on August 14-19, A second Qualifier to be held in Santiago Chile on April 2 nd 9 th, POSITIONS TO ALLOCATE AT EACH QUALIFICATION TOURNAMENT First Qualifier: Pan American Championships Recurve Women (23 spots) o The top six teams in the Team Match Play Round (18) o The top four individual archers in a separate match play round excluding the archers from the countries that won team spots. These four individual archers from four different countries. o Peru as the host country (1).

23 Recurve Men (23 spots) o The top six teams in the Team Match Play Round (18) o The top four individual archers in a separate match play round excluding the archers from the countries that won team spots. These four individual archers must come from four different countries. o Peru as the host country (1). Compound Women (8 spots) o 4 women from the top 4 Compound Mixed Teams in the Match Play Round (4) o 1 spot for Peru as host country (1) o The top three places (1 per country) in a separate Match Play Round from which the archers from the countries that won Mixed Team spots and Peru will be excluded. Compound Men (8 spots) Second Qualifier o 4 men from the top 4 Compound Mixed Teams in the Match Play Round (4) o 1 spot for Peru as host country (1) o The top three places (1 per country) in a separate Match Play Round from which the archers from the countries that won Mixed Team spots and Peru will be excluded. Recurve Women (9 spots) o 6 spots for the top two ranked teams in a Match Play Round that will include only those countries which did not win a team spot in the Pan American Championships. o 3 individual spots from the special Match Play Round for Pan American Games qualification. Only archers from countries (up to three per country) which have not won team positions can compete in this special Round. The number of spots to distribute may be increased to 5 if the teams winning team spots in the second qualifier are from the same country as one of the archers who won individual positions in the Pan American Championships. No country may win more than two spots in this category in the second qualifier. The countries that won one individual spot in the Pan American Championships can win a second one in the second qualifier. The archers who won individual spots for

24 their countries in the first qualifier cannot enter the special Match Play in the second qualifier. Recurve Men (9 spots) o 6 spots for the top two ranked teams in a Match Play Round that will include only those countries which did not win a team spot in the Pan American Championships. o 3 individual spots from the special Match Play Round for Pan Am Games qualification. Only archers from countries (up to three per country) which have not won team positions can compete in this special Round. The number of spots to distribute may be increased to 5 if the teams winning team spots in the second qualifier are from the same country as one of the archers who won individual positions in the Pan American Championships. No country may win more than two spots in this category in the second qualifier. The countries that won one individual spot in the Pan American Championships can win a second one in the second qualifier. The archers who won individual spots for their countries in the first qualifier cannot enter the special Match Play in the second qualifier. Compound Women (2 spots) o The top 2 archers in a special Match Play Round with participants (up to three per country) of the countries that did not win a spot in the First Qualifier. The two spots will be delivered to archers from two different countries. Compound Men (2 spots) o The top 2 archers in a special Match Play Round with participants (up to three per country) of the countries that did not win a spot in the First Qualifier. The two spots will be delivered to archers from two different countries. Confirmation of Quota Places The WAA will confirm to PASO and NOCs the number of quota places they have qualified by April 15 th, The NOCs will confirm to the WAA the quota places that will use by April 25 th, Reallocation of Unused Quota Places If necessary, the WAA will reallocate unused places to the athletes of countries that where enlisted as substitute after the second qualification tournament. This reallocation would be done by the May 1 st, The NOCs that receive the assigned quota unused will confirm to the WAA their acceptation before May 10 th, 2019.

25 Date August 14-19, 2018 April 2 nd 9 th, 2019 April 15 th, 2019 April 25 th,2019 April 26 th, 2019 May 1 st, 2019 May 10 th, 2019 June 26 th, 2019 Timeline Pan American Championship Key Event Second Qualifier Tournament Santiago Chile The WAA will confirm to PASO and NOCs the number of quota places they have qualified The NOCs will confirm to the WAA the quota places that will use Lima 2019 entry by number deadline. If necessary, the WAA will reallocate unused places The NOCs that receive the assigned quota unused will confirm to the WAA their acceptation Lima 2019 entry by name deadline.

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27 BASEBALL Events Men (1) Teams Quota Qualification Host NOC Total Men 168 (7 teams) 24 (1 team) 192 (8 teams) Total Athlete Eligibility Quota per NOC Men 24(8 teams) Total 192 Athletes must sign and submitted the Athlete Eligibility Condition Form. All participants must be at least 18 years old in the Qualification System Date Event Qualifiers 2018 Host Country, Peru 1 place TBA July 19 th August 3 rd, 2018 South American Championship (Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador, Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Chile y Peru) Central American and the Caribbean Games 1 place Champion of the tournament 2 Places 2018 Pan American Qualification Tournament* 4 Places *The USA and Canada will have to participate in the Pan American Qualification Tournament (date to TBA) and qualify if they wish to partake in the 2019 games. Confirmation of Quota Places The COPABE will confirm to PASO and NOCs the quota places that have qualified before January 30 th, NOCs must confirm to COPABE the quota places that will use by February 28 th, 2019.

28 Reallocation of Unused Quota Places If necessary, COPABE will reallocate unused quota places to the next highest qualified team. NOCs must confirm the acceptance of the reallocation quota to the COPABE. This process will be complete by April 20 th, Date Timeline 2018 Host Country, Peru TBA July 19 th - August 3 rd, 2019 Key event South American Championship Central American and the Caribbean Games 2018 Pan American Qualification Tournament* January 30 th, 2019 February 28 th, 2019 April 20 th, 2019 April 26 th, 2019 The COPABE will confirm to PASO and NOCs the quota places that have qualified NOCs must confirm to COPABE the quota places that will use If necessary, COPABE will reallocate unused quota places Lima 2019 entry by number deadline. June 26 th, 2019 Lima 2019 entry by name deadline *The USA and Canada will have to participate in the Pan American Qualification Tournament (date to TBA) and qualify if they wish to partake in the 2019 games.

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30 BASKETBALL 3x3 Events Men (1) Women (1) Team Team Men Women Total Men Women Total Quota Quota per NOC 24 (6 teams) 24 (6 teams) 48 (12 teams) 4 athletes (1 team) 4 athletes (1 team) 8 athletes (2 teams) Athlete Eligibility PLAYERS - Players must be registered in with a confirmed account. - The players must not have represented another National Olympic Committee/National Federation in any basketball event (5v5 or 3x3). Players must hold the legal nationality of that country and must present a passport of that country issued by the competent authorities before the 1st of January Players may not have previously played for the national team (5v5 or 3x3) of another country in an Official Competition of FIBA (see Art. 2-1 of the FIBA Internal Regulations) except he/she had been cleared by FIBA as a special case. - Players must have confirmed their profile in the digital platform play.fiba3x3.com (a basic requirement for FIBA 3x3 endorsement). - Players must be minimum 16 years old at the end of 2019; however minimum 2 players have to turn 19 or older in Players may not turn older than 23 years of age in NOCs / NFs NOC must have 3 FIBA-endorsed events in their territory in the 12 months before the cut-off date for qualification November 1 st, Qualification System As host country, Peru ill ha e a ild card (in both genres) subjected to their compliance with the eligibility established by FIBA 3x3 for teams and players. Host country + FIBA 3x3 National Federations Ranking (in case there are more eligible National Olympic Committees than spots available).

31 Event Date Qualifiers FIBA 3x3 Federation Ranking November 1 st, 2018 The best 5 teams ranked and the host country Confirmation of Quota Places By November 10 th, 2018, the FIBA Americas will confirm to PASO, NOCs and member Federations the number of quota places achieved from the qualification events. By November 30 th, 2018 each NOC must confirm the number of places they will use to FIBA Americas. Reallocation of Unused Quota Places If necessary, FIBA Americas will reallocate unused places to the next highest ranked NOC that has not yet qualified. This process will be completed by December 15 th, Date November 1 st, 2018 November 10 th, 2018 November 30 th, 2018 December 15 th, 2018 April 26 th, 2019 June 26 th, 2019 Timeline Key Event Quota slots assigned based on FIBA 3x3 Federation Ranking FIBA Americas will confirm to PASO, NOCs and member Federations the number of quota places achieved NOCs must confirm the number of places they will use FIBA Americas will reallocate unused places Lima 2019 entry by number deadline Lima 2019 entry by name deadline

32 BASKETBALL 5x5 Events Men (1) Women (1) Team Team Men Women Total Men Women Total Quota Quota per NOC 96 (8 teams) 96 (8 teams) 192 (14 teams) 12 (1 team) 12 (1 team) 24 (2 teams) Athlete Eligibility Only NOCs recognized by PASO and whose National Basketball Federation is a member of the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) Americas may enter competitors in the Lima 2019 Pan American Games. Athletes must have signed and submitted the Athlete Eligibility Condition Form. Qualification System As host country, Peru will automatically qualify to the Basketball competition at the Lima 2019 Pan American Games. The rest of the teams will qualify according to the following championships: FIBA Wo e s AmeriCup 2017 Event Date Qualifiers FIBA Men AmeriCup 2017 August 7 th thru 13 th August 25 th thru September 3 rd Top six (6) teams along with 2016 Olympic Champions USA and the host country Peru. Top seven (7) National teams along with host country Peru Confirmation of Quota Places By September 6 th, 2017, the FIBA Americas will confirm to PASO and NOCs and member Federations the number of quota places they have achieved from the qualification events. By the end of October 2017, each NOCs must confirm the number of places they will use to FIBA Americas. Reallocation of Unused Quota Places If necessary, the CF will reallocate unused places to the next highest ranked NOC that has not yet qualified.

33 September 14, 2017 Mr. Ivar Sisniega PASO Secretary General ACODEPA Immediate Past President Via Mr. Michael Fennell, President PASO Technical Commission Via Re: Qualified Basketball Teams (5X5) for 2019 Pan American Games, Lima, Peru Greetings Messrs: I take this opportunity, to formally confirm the results of the FIBA AmeriCup and the FIBA Women s AmeriCup, that served as the qualifiers for the 2019 Pan American Games in Lima, Peru. The following FIBA National Federations have qualified for the Games for both the Men and Women Competitions: FIBA AmeriCup 2017 FIBA Women s AmeriCup USA 1. CANADA 2. ARGENTINA 2. ARGENTINA 3. MEXICO 3. PUERTO RICO 4. VIRGIN ISLANDS 4. BRAZIL 5. PUERTO RICO 5. VIRGIN ISLANDS 6. URUGUAY 6. PARAGUAY 7. DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 7. USA (OLYMPIC CHAMPS) 8. PERU (HOST COUNTRY) 8. PERU (HOST COUNTRY) We at FIBA Americas thank you for continued support and we look forward to the successful implementation of the 2019 Pan American Games in Lima, Peru. Kind Regards, Usie R. Richards President, FIBA Americas C: Mr. Horacio Muratore, FIBA President Mr. Patrick Baumann, FIBA Secretary General Mr. Carlos Alves, FIBA Americas Executive Director Mr. Javier Otero, FIBA Americas Competition Manager

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35 BODYBUILDING Events Men (2) Women (1) Classic Bodybuilding Women s Fitness Quota Qualification Host country Total Men Women Total Athletes Eligibility Quota per NOC per event Men 1 Women 1 Total Maximum 2 per NOC For participation In Lima 2019 Pan American Games, athlete must comply with the Lima 2019 Pan American Games Regulations and International Federation Rules and should be subscribed by their NOC. Co petitor s atio ality. Any athlete that participates in the Pan American Games LIMA 2019 must possess the nationality of the country of the NOC that inscribed the athlete. Athletes must have signed and submitted the Athlete Eligibility Condition Form. Qualification System The qualification system for the Pan American Games will consist in only one stage, which will be disputed at regional level as follows: Date December 9 th 13 th, 2017 July 26 th 29 th, 2018 September 6 th 10 th, 2018 September 28 th 30 th, 2018 Championship Central American Games, Managua 2018 Central American and the Caribbean Championship 2018 South American Championship 2018 North American Championship Qualifiers for the Continental Championship First places from 1 st thru 15 th in each gender First places from 1 st thru 15 th in each gender First places from 1 st thru 15 th in each gender First places from 1 st thru 15 th in each gender The Top 15 places of each Regional Championship, will participate in the 2018 Continental Championship, at which the athlete that will qualify for the Lima 2019 Pan American Games will be defined.

36 Confirmation of Quota Places The IFBB will confirm to PASO and NOCs the places that have qualified, by February 15th, The NOCs will confirm to the IFBB the places they will use before March 15 th, Reallocation of Unused Quota Places If necessary, the IFBB will reallocate unused places to the countries whose athletes are closer to the qualify punctuation established. The NOCs that receive the reallocation will confirm the use of the reallocation places. This process will be complete by April 15 th, Date December 9 th 13 th, 2017 July 26 th 29 th, 2018 September 6 th 10 th, 2018 September 28 th 30 th, 2018 November 23 th 25 th, 2018 February 15th, 2019 March 15 th, 2019 April 15 th, 2019 April 26 th, 2019 June 26 th, 2019 Timeline Key Event Central American Games, Managua 2018 Central American and the Caribbean Championship 2018 South American Championship 2018 North American Championship Continental Championship The IFBB will confirm to PASO and NOCs the places that have qualified NOCs will confirm to the IFBB the places they will use IFBB will reallocate unused places Lima 2019 entry by number deadline Lima 2019 entry by name deadline

37 BOWLING Events Men (2) Women (2) Individual Doubles Individual Doubles Quota Qualification Host country places Total Men Women Total Places per NOC Men 2 Women 2 Total 4 Athlete Eligibility Only NOCs recognized by the Pan American Sports Organization (PASO) and whose National Federation is a member of the International Bowling Federation (World Bowling) and American Zone Pan American Bowling Confederation (PABCON) may enter competitors in the Lima 2019 Pan American Games. Athletes must have signed and submitted the Athlete Eligibility Condition Form. Athletes must be at least 15 years old by January 1st, Qualification System The PABCON Executive Board decided we will proceed as follows: Each Pabcon member country will choose 2 competitions in which they will take part and ONLY those 2 competitions will be used to qualify for Lima Due to the fact that Canada and the USA do not participate in the Central American and Caribbean Games (CAC) and the South American Games (ODESUR), official competitions of the Olympic cycle, they will only have the opportunity to qualify in Pabcon s official competitions. Thus, we will limit all countries to just 2 competitions in order to be fair and give equal opportunities.

38 Date Championship Qualifiers July 19 th August 3 rd CAC Games that will be held in Colombia 4 countries will qualify May 26 th June 8 th, 2018 September 22 th - 29 th, 2018 ODESUR Games that will be held in Bolivia Pabcon Female Championship 4 countries will qualify 2 countries will qualify October 22 th - 29 th, 2018 Pabcon Champion of Champions 5 countries will qualify April 2019 Pabcon Male Championship 2 countries will qualify Peru is already qualified in both genders as host country. Pabcon Female and Male championships are considered 1 event, regardless of the fact that they are held in different dates. Based on this information, all National Federations MUST INFORM BEFORE SEPTEMBER 1 st, 2017 THE 2 COMPETITIONS THEY WILL CHOOSE TO SEEK QUALIFICATION. Any discrepancy or dispute on the process that we may have throughout said process will be solved by the Executive Board and will be informed on due time. Confirmation of Quota Places PABCON will confirm to PASO and NOCs the places that have qualified, by April 1 st, NOCs will advise PABCON the places they will use, by April 15 th, Reallocation of Unused Quota Places If necessary, PABCON will reallocate unused places to the next highest-ranked NOC that has not yet qualified, by April 25 th, 2019.

39 Timeline Date September 1 st, 2017 July 19 th August 3 st May 26 th June 8 th, 2018 September 22 th - 29 th, 2018 October 22 th - 29 th, 2018 April 2019 April 20 th, 2019 April 24 th, 2019 April 25 th, 2019 April 26 th, 2019 June 26 th, 2019 Key Event National Federations must inform which 2 competitions they will use to qualify CAC Games that will be held in Colombia ODESUR Games that will be held in Bolivia Pabcon Female Championship Pabcon Champion of Champions Pabcon Male Championship PABCON will confirm to PASO and NOCs the places that have qualified NOCs will advise PABCON the places they will use If necessary, PABCON will reallocate unused places Lima 2019 entry by number deadline Lima 2019 entry by name deadline

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41 BOXING Events Men (10) Women (5) 46-49kg 52kg 56kg 60kg 64kg 69kg 75kg 85kg 91kg Over 91kg 48-51kg 54-57kg 57-60kg 64-69kg 69-75kg Qualification System Date Event Qualified Athletes April 2019 AMBC Men and Women Elite Confederation Championships 2019 Quotas Places per weight category Men Quota places per weight categories TOTAL AMBC* 7 or 8 7 or 8 7 or 8 7 or 8 7 or 8 7 or 8 7 or 8 7 or 8 7 or 8 7 or 8 75 Host NOC** TOTAL Men 0 or 1 0 or 1 0 or 1 0 or 1 0 or 1 0 or 1 0 or 1 0 or 1 0 or 1 0 or Women Quota places per weight categories TOTAL AMBC* 7 or 8 7 or 8 7 or 8 7 or 8 7 or 8 38 Host NOC** TOTAL Women 0 or 1 0 or 1 0 or 1 0 or 1 0 or *The number of quota place allocated in each category from AMBC Elite Confederation Championships depends on use of Host NOC quota places.

42 **A maximum of (5) five quotas will be allocated to the Host NOC among the 10 men categories and a maximum of 2 quotas among the 5 women categories Quota per NOC Men 10 (1 per category) Women 5 (1 per category) Total 15 Athlete Eligibility - Athletes must have submitted and signed the Athlete Eligibility Condition Form. - All athletes must be eligible to compete and represent their country according AIBA Technical Rules. - All athletes must be born between January 1 st, 1979 and December 31 st, All athletes must have competed in the AMBC Elite Championships 2019 including the one qualified through Host NOC quota place. - Note for Host NOC quotas: in case a chosen boxer from Peru gets injured and is not able to participate in the Pan Am Games Lima 2019, the Host NOC will have the possibility to reallocate his Host NOC uota to anothe bo e ho as egiste ed as Rese e Bo e in the Qualif ing E ent until June 24 th Confirmation of Quota Places The qualification quota is allocated to the individual athlete by name and not to his/her respective NOC. AIBA will confirm to PASO, AMBC and NOCs the name of the athletes who have gained a qualification place by May 6 th, 2019 The NOCs will then have (2) two weeks to confirm by official letter to AIBA and the American Boxing Confederation the places they will use. Confirmation of Host NOC Quota Places The Host Country must confirm to AIBA, in a form of an official letter, the use of the Host Country places within 48h after the conclusion of the AMBC Elite Confederation Championships Reallocation of Unused Quota Places If necessary, AIBA will reallocate unused places (from both qualification and Host NOC quotas) until June 17 th, 2019 according to the remaining ranking order of the Qualification Tournament. The NOCs with reallocated quotas should confirm within (1) one week by sending an official letter to AIBA and to the American Boxing Confederation if they accept them. This process will be completed by June 24 th, 2019.

43 Date April 2019 April 26 th, days after conclusion of AMBC Elite Confederation Championships 2019 May 6 th, 2019 within 2 weeks May 20 th to June 17 th, 2019 within 1 week June 26 th, 2019 Timeline Key Event AMBC Men and Women Elite Confederation Championships 2019 Lima 2019 entry by number deadline Host NOC to confirm to AIBA and AMBC the quota places they will use and by which boxer. AIBA will confirm to PASO, AMBC and NOCs the boxers they have qualified The NOCs will confirm to AIBA and the American Boxing Confederation the places they will use. If necessary, AIBA will reallocate unused quota places NOCs with reallocated quotas should confirm to AIBA and the AMBC if they accept them Lima 2019 entry by name deadline

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45 CYCLING Events Event Men (11) Women (11) Sprint Keirin Sprint Keirin Track (12) Omnium Omnium Team sprint Team sprint Team pursuit Madison Team pursuit Madison Road (4) Individual time trial Individual time trial Road race Road race Mountain bike (2) Cross-country (XCO) Cross-country (XCO) BMX (4) BMX race BMX race Freestyle Freestyle Total Athlete Quota Qualification Host NOC Total Men Women Men Women Track / road Mountain bike BMX Freestyle Total The maximum number of athletes per NOC for LIMA 2019 Pan American Games will be 26 (15 men and 11 women), distributed as follows: Quota per NOC Men 15 Women 11 Total 26 As Host Country, Peru will automatically qualify with an athlete or team in each event in every discipline. The NOC will qualify and decide which athlete will participate in each event. Athletes qualified in any cycling discipline will have the right to participate in another discipline (except for BMX and Freestyle), as long as the maximum number of participants per NOC per discipline has not been exceeded. However, it will be required that each athlete competing in multiple events competes in the event they originally qualified for.

46 CYCLING MOUNTAIN BIKE Events Men (1) Women (1) Cross-country Cross-country Quota Qualification Host NOC Total Men Women Total Quota per NOC Quota per NOC Maximum quota per NOC per event Men 2 Maximum 2 athletes Women 2 Maximum 2 athletes Total 4 Athlete Eligibility Athletes must have signed and submitted the Athlete Eligibility Condition Form. Todos los atletas deberán haber nacido a más tardar el 31 de diciembre de 2001 y deberán tener una Licencia UCI vigente expedida por su Federación Nacional correspondiente. Qualification System Date Event Men Women Total 2018 Host country (Peru) May 26 th June 8 th, 2018 July 21 st 22 th,2018 July 21 st 29 th, 2018 ODESUR GAMES Cochabamba, Bolivia. MTB Pan American Championship (XCO- Elite) Central American and Caribbean Games Barranquilla, Colombia TOTAL

47 Confirmation of Quota Places The Pan American Cycling Confederation (COPACI), The Continental Federation (CF) will confirm to NOCs the places they have qualified, by January 15 th, The NOCs will confirm with the CF by to the places they will use, by January 30 th, Reallocation of Unused Quota Places If the NOC does not confirm by the deadline, the CF will reallocate any unused places to the next highestranked NOC not yet qualified in that given event. This process will be completed by February 15 th, Date May 26 th June 8 th, 2018 July 21 st 22 th,2018 July 21 st 29 th, 2018 January 15 th, 2019 January 30 th, 2019 February 15 th, 2019 April 26 th, 2019 June 26 th, 2019 Timeline ODESUR Games Key event MTB Pan American Championship (XCO- Elite) Central American and Caribbean Games Barranquilla, Colombia The Continental Federation (CF) will confirm to NOCs the places they have qualified. The NOCs will confirm with the CF the places they will use. If necessary, the CF will reallocate any unused places. Lima 2019 entry by number deadline. Lima 2019 entry by name deadline.

48 CYCLING TRACK AND ROAD Events TRACK Men(6) Women (6) Sprint Keirin Omnium Team sprint Team pursuit Madison Individual time trial Road race Sprint Keirin Omnium Team sprint Team pursuit Madison ROAD Men (2) Women (2) Individual time trial Road race Quota per NOC MEN Quota per NOC Maximum quota per NOC per event Maximum 2 athletes in Sprint Maximum 1 athlete in Keirin Maximum 1 athlete in Omnium TRACK Maximum 1 team of 2 athletes in Madison 10 Maximum 1 team of 3 athletes in Team Sprint Maximum 1 team of 4 athletes in Team Pursuit Maximum 2 athletes in Time Trial ROAD Maximum 4 athletes in Road Race WOMEN Quota per NOC Maximum quota per NOC per event Maximum 2 athletes in Sprint Maximum 1 athlete in Keirin Maximum 1 athlete in Omnium TRACK Maximum 1 team of 2 athletes in Madison 6 Maximum 1 team of 2 athletes in Team Sprint Maximum 1 team of 4 athletes in Team Pursuit Máximo de 2 atletas en contrarreloj individual ROAD Máximo de 3 atletas en carrera de ruta Total 16 * This is the number of combined quota places that will be given to NOCs for both the track cycling and road cycling disciplines. As Host Country, Peru will automatically qualify 16 places (10 men, 6 women), combined, for both track cycling and road cycling.

49 Athlete Eligibility Athletes must have signed and submitted the Athlete Eligibility Condition Form. All athletes must have been born no later than December 31st, 2001 and must have a valid UCI license issued by their corresponding National Federation. Qualification System Date Event Men Women Total 2018 Host NOC (Peru) May 26 th June 8 th, May 10th 13th, 2018 July 21 st 29 th, 2018 ODESUR Games Cochabamba, Bolivia. Pan American Track Championships Pan American Road Championships Central American and Caribbean Games Barranquilla, Colombia Road Caribbean Championships TOTAL Confirmation of Quota Places The Pan American Cycling Confederation (COPACI) Continental Federation (CF) will confirm to PASO and NOCs the places they have qualified, by January 15th, The NOCs will confirm with the CF by to the places they will use, by January 30th, Reallocation of Unused Quota Places If the NOC does not confirm by the deadline, the CF will reallocate any unused places to the next highestranked NOC not yet qualified in that given event. This process will be completed by February 15th, 2019.

50 Date May 26 th June 8 th, 2018 Timeline ODESUR Games Key event May 10 th 13 th, 2018 Pan American Road Championships Pan American Track Championships 2018 December 31 st, 2018 Ranking UCI 2018 July 21 st 29 th, 2018 Central American and Caribbean Games 2018 Road Caribbean Championships January 15 th, 2019 January 30 th, 2019 February 15 th, 2019 April 26 th, 2019 June 26 th, 2019 The Pan American Cycling Confederation (COPACI) will confirm to PASO and NOCs the places they have qualified The NOCs will confirm with the CF by to the places they will use If necessary, the CF will reallocate any unused places Lima 2019 entry by number deadline Lima 2019 entry by name deadline

51 CYCLING BMX Events Men (2) Women (2) BMX Race BMX Race Freestyle Freestyle Quota Qualification Host NOC Total Men Women Men Freestyle Women Freestyle Total Quota per NOC Quota per NOC Maximum quota per NOC per event Men 2 Maximum 2 athletes in BMX race Women 2 Maximum 2 athletes in BMX race Men Freestyle 1 Maximum 1 athlete in Freestyle Women Freestyle 1 Maximum 1 athlete in Freestyle Total 6 Athlete Eligibility Athletes must have signed and submitted the Athlete Eligibility Condition Form. All athletes must have been born no later than December 31, 2001, and must have a valid UCI license issued by their corresponding National Federation. Qualification System Date Event Men Women Total 2018 Host NOC (Peru) December 31 st, 2018 UCI BMX ranking elite category December 31 st, 2018 UCI Freestyle ranking elite category TOTAL

52 Confirmation of Quota Places The Pan American Cycling Confederation (COPACI) Continental Federation (CF) will confirm to PASO and NOCs the places they have qualified by January 15 th, The NOCs will confirm with the CF by to the places they will use, by January 30 th, Reallocation of Unused Quota Places If the NOC does not confirm by the deadline, the CF will reallocate any unused places to the next highestranked NOC not yet qualified in that given event. This process will be completed by February 15th, Date December 31 st, 2018 January 15 th, 2019 January 30 th, 2019 February 15th, 2019 April 26 th, 2019 June 26 th, 2019 Timeline UCI BMX ranking Key event The Pan American Cycling Confederation (COPACI) will confirm to PASO and NOCs the places they have qualified The NOCs will confirm with the CF by to the places they will use If necessary, the CF will reallocate any unused places Lima 2019 entry by number deadline Lima 2019 entry by name deadline

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54 FENCING Events Men (6) Women (6) Individual Épée Individual Foil Individual Épée Individual Foil Individual Sabre Individual Sabre Team Épée Team Épée Team Foil Team Foil Team Sabre Team Sabre Quota Qualification Host NOC Total Men Women Total Quota per NOC Men Maximum per event Maximum per gender Individual Épée 2 Team Épée 3 Individual Foil 2 Team Foil 3 9 Individual Sabre 2 Team Sabre 3 Women Maximum per event Maximum per gender Individual Épée 2 Team Épée 3 Individual Foil 2 Team Foil 3 9 Individual Sabre 2 Team Sabre 3 TOTAL 18 Athletes Eligibility Athletes must have signed and submitted the Athlete Eligibility Condition Form. All participants should be at least 13 years old in January 1 st,2019.

55 Qualification System The six events will qualify by teams: Male Sabre, Female Sabre, Male Épée, Female Épée, Male Foil and Women Foil. Date Event Qualifiers - Host country, Peru June 2018 Pan American Championship - Cuba 6 Teams (3 female y 3 male) Each one conformed by 3 athletes, the substitute may be from a different event 7 male teams y 7 female teams, Each one conformed by 3 athletes, the substitute may be from a different event For individual quotas, only one athlete per country will have the opportunity to qualify. If a team from the Host Country of the 2019 Pan American Games is placed among the first 7 spots in the 2018 Pan American Championship, this team will be eliminated and the country placed eighth will go up one spot and will qualify. The positions earned in team events of the 2018 Pan American Championship will be respected for qualification. I the Pa A eri a Cha pio ship s i di idual o petitio, the t o est pla ed athletes o ea h event that come exclusively from countries that have not qualified in team events will qualify as well, as long as they come from different countries. In case there are no individual participants from countries that do not compete in teams, the Pan American Fencing Confederation will take care of the corresponding appointment. Two athletes from each country that has qualified by team will participate in all individual events of the Lima 2019 Pan American Games, plus two athletes that have qualified in an individual event of the 2018 Pan American Championship per each event, for a total of 18 athletes per event. The Pa A eri a Ga es o petitio syste will consist of 3 pools of 6 athletes per event, with dire t eli i atio s a ordi g to the FIE s regulatio s. U der this syste, differe t ou tries ill participate in each event. Confirmation of Quota Places The Fencing Pan American Confederation will confirm to PASO and NOCs the places that have qualified, including wild cards, before January 30 th, NOCs will confirm to the Fencing Pan American Confederation the places they will use before February 15 th, 2019.

56 Reallocation of Unused Quota Places If necessary, the Pan American Confederation will reallocate unused quota places to the next best positioned team. The NOCs that receive reallocated quotas must confirm their acceptance to the Pan American Confederation. This process will be completed before March 30 th, Date June 2018 January 30 th, 2019 February 15 th, 2019 March 30 th, 2019 April 26 th, 2019 June 26 th, 2019 Timeline Pan American Championship - Cuba Key event The Pan American Fencing Confederation will confirm to PASO and NOCs the places that have qualified NOCs will confirm to the Pan American Fencing Confederation the quotas they will use If necessary, the Pan American Fencing Confederation will reallocate unused quota places Lima 2019 entry by number deadline Lima 2019 entry by name deadline

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58 GOLF Men (1) Individual Events Mixed (1) Team Women(1) Individual Quota Qualification Host NOC Total Men Women Total Athlete Eligibility Quota per NOC Men 2 Women 2 Total 4 Athletes sele ted thei NOC fo the e s a d o e s e e ts ust e p ofessio al golfe s ho a e a ked ithi the top 000 of the Wo ld Golf Ra ki gs, Role Wo e s Wo ld Golf Ra ki gs o a amateur golfer ranked in the World Amateur Golf Rankings who holds a recognized handicap index not exceeding 4.0. Those NOCs a d thei sele ted athletes ho ualif fo the e s a d o e s i di idual st oke-play events will represent their country for the mixed-gender team event. Those NOCs ho do ot ualif a athlete fo oth the e s a d o e s i di idual st oke-play events will not qualify for the mixed-gender team event. Athletes must have signed and submitted the Athlete Eligibility Condition Form. Qualification System For each qualifying event, qualification places for the LIMA 2019 Pan American Games will be allocated to the NOC and not the athlete. Individual stroke-play events will consist of a field of 32 individual players, with a maximum of two players per NOC per gender as follows: 0 di e t a epta es ased o the e og ized top 000 of the Wo ld Golf Ra ki gs and/or World Amateur Golf Rankings. T o Host Cou t pla es. The mixed-gender team event will consist of a maximum field size of 64, with a maximum of two players per NOC. NOCs will receive qualification places into the individual stroke-play events and mixed-gender team event at the LIMA 2019 Pan American Games.

59 Me s a d o e s i di idual stroke-play events NOC qualification ill e ased o its pla e s positio s ithi the top 000 of the espe ti e e s a d o e s p ofessio al golfe s Offi ial Wo ld Golf Ra ki gs, issued o Tuesday May 7, The 30 best-ranked players within the top 2000 Official World Golf Rankings will enable their NOC to qualify with a maximum of two players per NOC. Following the above, should there still be unused qualification places, the best-ranked players on the espe ti e e s a d o e s Wo ld A ateu Golf Ra ki gs issued o Thursday May 9, 2019, will enable their NOC to qualify with a maximum of two players per NOC. Mixed-gender team event NOCs that ualif fo oth the e s a d o e s i di idual st oke-play events will gain entry to the mixed-gender team event. Confirmation of Quota Places The International Golf Federation (IGF) technical delegate shall confirm places to PASO and the NOCs by no later than Friday May 17, By no later than Friday June 7, 2019, the NOCs shall inform the IGF technical delegate of their athletes selected to compete in the individual stroke play and mixed gender team events. Reallocation of Unused Quota Places Any unused qualification places will be reallocated to the next highest-ranked NOC according to the ranking described in the qualification system above. The reallocation process will be completed by Friday 21 June Date April 26 th, 2019 Tuesday May 7, 2019 Friday May 17, 2019 Friday June 7, 2019 Friday 21 June 2019 June 26th, 2019 Timeline Key Event Lima 2019 entry by number deadline. Official World Golf Rankings issued IGF technical delegate to confirm to NOCs the places they have qualified NOCs to confirm to IGF technical delegate the athletes selected to compete End of reallocation process Lima 2019 entry by name deadline.

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61 ARTISTIC GYMNASTICS Events Men (8) Women (6) Teams Teams All Around All Around Floor Exercise Pommel Horse Rings Vault Parallel Bars Horizontal Bar Vault Uneven Bars Balance Beam Floor Exercise Quota Men 57 Women 57 Total 114 Qualification for the Pan American Games is based on the results of the 2018 Senior Pan American Championships held the year prior to the Pan American Games (results of Qualifying Competition) In case of ties in the classification, the tie-break rules provided in Articles and of Section 2 of the FIG Technical Regulations will apply. Athlete eligibility Athletes must have signed and submitted the Athlete Eligibility Condition Form and should have a FIG License that is valid until the end of the event. Me s Artistic Gymnastics athletes must be eighteen (18) years of age or more in Wo e s Artistic Gymnastics athletes must be sixteen (16) years of age or more in 2019.

62 Qualification System The places are given to the NOCs not to the athletes. Place Number (allocation) 1-40 NOC with team Type Qualification Number NOC with Individuals NOC with Individuals One team from each NOC qualified 1st to 8th in accordance with team ranking in the Qualifications. Two gymnasts from each NOC qualified 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th and 13th in accordance with team ranking in the Qualifications. Seven gymnasts, maximum one per NOC, presenting the best individual All Around results from the Qualifications, from different NOCs than the ones already qualified. 8 x 5 = 40 5 x 2 = 10 7 x 1 =7 57 gymnasts 20 NOCs If, for the last seven individual places (51 57), it is not possible to fulfill the positions with gymnasts from different NOCs than those already qualified (less than 20 NOCs participating in the Senior Pan American Championships), the allocation will be redistributed between the NOCs qualified in positions 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th and 13th, awarding one gymnast successively for each NOC. In the case of the host NOC not having a gymnast as per the qualification system, the Organizing Committee for the Games will award additional places not already announced. However, to be able to award additional places, the host country should compete in the qualifying event (Senior Pan American Championship 2018). Confirmation of Quota Places The Pan American Gymnastics Union will confirm to PASO and NOCs the quota places assigned no later than 15 days after the end of the 2018 Pan American Senior Championship. The NOCs must confirm to the Pan American Gymnastics Union the use of their places no later than 6 weeks after the end of the 2018 Pan American Senior Championship. Reallocation of Unused Quota Places A priority order has been established to grant the places not fulfilled, once the NOC has confirmed their participation: 1. If the reallocation process is for a full team allocated for the countries ranked 1 8, the next NOC in line from the results of the qualification will be invited to compete with a full team. 2. In the case where an NOC qualifies with a full team and confirms less than three gymnasts, that NOC will be placed in the pool of NOCs competing with individuals and will be entitled to compete with maximum two gymnasts, exchanging the place of the next complete team. 3. If the reallocation process is for individual positions allocated for NOCs ranked 9 13, the next NOC in line from the results of the team qualification will be used to appoint a new country with individual qualification.

63 4. For other positions not used, the placing will be allocated as per the following: Individual gymnasts (maximum one per NOC) to recognize all NOCs participating in the Senior Pan American Championships. A third gymnast from NOCs qualified in positions A fourth gymnast from the NOC qualified in 9th position. A fifth gymnast from the NOC qualified in 9th position. A fourth gymnast from the NOC qualified in 10th position, and so on. NOTE: For all cases not specified earlier, the technical committee will decide with the approval of PAGU. If necessary, the Pan American Gymnastics Union will confirm the reallocation of quota places no later than March 1 st, Additional Remarks The maximum number of persons for each NOC entitled to officially register is as follows: Gymnasts Coaches Judges Head of delegation Number allocated as per qualification. Maximum three for complete team/one for NOCs with individual gymnasts. Maximum three depending of qualifiers number and of the FIG Category Additionally the Members of the PAGU technical committee Ma i u o e the sa e perso for wo e s a d e s artistic g astics. All qualified NOCs are entitled to participate with a team of three to five gymnasts. A sixth gymnast (reserve) is not allowed. A team shall not compete with more than four gymnasts on any apparatus and the three best scores per each will be taken into account for the team s total. Timeline Date Key Event 15 Days after the qualifying event PAGU will confirm to PASO and NOCs the quota places assigned 6 weeks after the qualifying event NOC will confirm to the PAGU the use of their places March 1 st, 2019 PAGU will confirm the reallocation of quota places April 26 th, 2019 Entries by number deadline for Lima 2019 June 26 th, 2019 Entries by name deadline for Lima 2019

64 RHYTHMIC GYMNASTICS Events Wo e s i dividual 5 Wo e s groups (3) All Around All Around Hoop 5 balls Ball Clubs Ribbon 3 hoops, 2 pairs of clubs Quota Individual 16 Groups (5 athletes per group) 30 Total 46 Qualification for the Pan American Games is based on the results of the 2018 Senior Pan American Championships (results of Qualifying Competition) In the case of ties in the classification, the tie-break rules provided in Articles and of Section 3 of the FIG Technical Regulations will apply. Athlete eligibility Athletes must have signed and submitted the Athlete Eligibility Condition Form and should have an FIG License that is valid until the end of the event. Rhythmic Gymnastics athletes must be sixteen (16) years of age or more in Qualification System Places are granted to the NOCs and not to the gymnasts. Places Description Qualification Number Maximum two gymnasts from six different NOCs 1-12 Individual per NOC in rank order of the teams from 1st to 6th place 2 x 6 = 12 of qualification competition. Maximum one gymnast from four different NOCs, the best ranked in the individual All Individual per NOC Around in the qualification competition and that 1 x 4 = 4 have not obtained a place according to the above mentioned criteria. 16 gymnasts 10 NOCs

65 Places Description Qualification Number 1-6 Six NOCs whose groups obtain 1st to 6 Groups th place in 6 x 5 = 30 the All Around in the qualifying competition. 30 Gymnasts 6 NOCs If the host country has not obtained a place by the classification system, the Organizing Committee of the Games must award extra places that are not counted in the ones foreseen. However, to be able to award additional places, the host country should compete in the qualifying event (Pan American Senior Championship 2018). Confirmation of Quota Places The Pan American Gymnastics Union will confirm to PASO and NOCs the quota places assigned no later than 15 days after the end of the 2018 Pan American Senior Championship. The NOCs must confirm to the Pan American Gymnastics Union the use of their places no later than 6 weeks after the end of the 2018 Pan American Senior Championship. Reallocation of Unused Quota Places A priority order has been established to grant the places not fulfilled, once the NOC has confirmed their participation: Individual Competition 1. If a country with 2 individual gymnasts (places 1-12) declines the participation of 1 or 2 gymnasts, the 2 places will be allocated to the next NOC in line according to the Qualifying Co petitio s tea results. The cou try that decli ed a place ay keep 1 individual place (places 13-16) if the gymnast is placed among the first 4 spots of individual qualification (the countries that earned 2 places according to team results will not be considered). 2. If the reallocation process is for individual positions allocated for NOCs (places 13-16), the next NOC in line from the results of the individual All Around qualification will be used to appoint a new country. Group Competition 1. If the reallocation process is for group positions (places 1-6), the next NOC in line from the results of the All Around Group Qualification Competition will be used to appoint a new country. All qualified countries with a Group are entitled to participate with 5 gymnasts. No sixth reserve gymnast is allowed. NOTE: For all cases not specified earlier, the technical committee will decide with the approval of PAGU. If necessary, the Pan American Gymnastics Union will confirm the reallocation of quota places no later than March 1 st, 2019.

66 Additional Remarks The maximum number of persons for each NOC entitled to officially register is as follows: Gymnasts Coaches Judges Head of delegation Number allocated as per qualification. Maximum three (one for countries with individual gymnasts and/or 2 for countries with Groups) Maximum two depending of qualifiers number and of the FIG Category Additionally, the Members of the PAGU technical committee Maximum one Timeline Date Key Event 15 Days after the qualifying event PAGU will confirm to PASO and the NOCs the quota places assigned 6 weeks after the qualifying event NOC will confirm to the PAGU the use of their places March 1 st, 2019 PAGU will confirm the reallocation of quota places April 26 th, 2019 Entries by number deadline for Lima 2019 June 26 th, 2019 Entries by name deadline for Lima 2019

67 TRAMPOLINE GYMNASTICS Men s individual Events Women s individual Quota Men 12 Women 12 Total 24 Qualification for the Pan American Games is based on the results of the 2018 Senior Pan American Championships (results of Qualifying Competition). This system applies to the men s and women s qualification. In case of ties in the classification, the tie-break rules provided in Article of Section 4 of the FIG Technical Regulations will apply. Athlete eligibility Athletes must have signed and submitted the Athlete Eligibility Condition Form and should have a FIG License that is valid until the end of the event. Male athletes must be 17 (seventeen) years of age or more in Female athletes must be 17 (seventeen) years of age or more in Qualification System The places are granted to the NOCs, not to the athletes. Places Description Qualification Number 1 6 Individual per NOC Maximum 2 gymnasts from the 3 countries with the two first best placed gymnasts in the 3 x 2 = 6 qualification competition Individual per NOC Maximum 1 gymnast from 5 different countries with the best individual position in the qualification competition and that has not obtained a place according to the above criteria. 5 x 1 = 5 Host country (*best placed male In case of not having obtained any 12 or female gymnast, only in case of the first 11 positions, 12 th place of not having obtained any of will be granted to the host 1 = 1 the 11 places above). ou try s est pla ed gy ast i

68 the qualification competition (Male or Female). Otherwise, the place will be granted to the gymnast from the best placed country in the individual qualification competition that has not obtained a place according to the two criteria mentioned above. 12 gymnasts 9 NOCs Confirmation of Quota Places The Pan American Gymnastics Union will confirm to PASO and NOCs the quota places assigned no later than 15 days after the end of the 2018 Pan American Senior Championship. The NOCs must confirm to the Pan American Gymnastics Union the use of their places no later than 6 weeks after the end of the 2018 Pan American Senior Championship. Reallocation of Unused Quota Places A priority order has been established to grant the places not fulfilled, once the NOCs have confirmed their participation. The gymnast of the next best ranked country in the 2018 Pan American Gymnastics Championship will secure a place for his/her NOC in the Lima 2019 Pan American Games. If necessary, the Pan American Gymnastics Union will confirm the reallocation of quota places no later than March 1 st, Additional Remarks The maximum number of persons for each NOC entitled to officially register is as follows: Gymnasts Coaches Judges Head of delegation Number allocated as per qualification. Maximum 1 per event. Designed by the Trampoline Gymnastics Technical Committee of PAGU, maximum 1 per country that meets the required FIG category. If possible, priority will be given to the qualified countries and the members of the Technical Committee of the PAGU. Maximum one.

69 Timeline Date Key Event 15 Days after the qualifying event PAGU will confirm to PASO and NOCs the quota places assigned 6 weeks after the qualifying event NOC will confirm to the PAGU the use of their places March 1 st, 2019 PAGU will confirm the reallocation of quota places April 26 th, 2019 Entries by number deadline for Lima 2019 June 26 th, 2019 Entries by name deadline for Lima 2019

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71 HANDBALL Events Men (1) Women (1) 8 Team Tournament 8 Team Tournament Quota Qualification Host NOC Total Men 98 (7 teams) 14 (1 team) 112 (8 teams) Women 98 (7 teams) 14 (1 team) 112 (8 teams) Total 196 (14 teams) 28 (2 teams) 224 (16 teams) Men Women Total Maximum Quota per NOC 14 (1 team) 14 (1 team) 28 (2 teams) Athlete Eligibility Athletes must have submitted and signed the Athlete Eligibility Condition Form. All athletes must be at least 16 years old at the time they take part in the Pan American Games. Qualification System Date July 2018 Female - May 27 th thru 31 st, 2018 Male - June 2 nd thru 6 th, 2018 July 19 th thru August 3 rd, 2018 September October, 2018 Event Automatic qualification of the Host Country South American Games (ODESUR) Central American and Caribbean Games North Zone Qualifying round (USA CAN) January 2019 Requalification tournament (*) Qualified Athletes 1 Male Team 1 Female Team 2 Male Teams 2 Female Teams 3 Male Teams 3 Female Teams 1 Male Team 1 Female Team 1 Male Team 1 Female Team *Participants in the requalification tournament will be the 3 rd place finishers of the ODESUR Games tournament, the 4 th and 5 th place finishers of the Central American and Caribbean Games tournament, and the unqualified team of the United States and Canada qualifying round. Official Regulations The Handball competition will be held according to the International Handball Federation s current regulations, which are available in

72 Protests and appeals Every single protest and appeal will be resolved according to the procedures determined by the International Handball Federation s current regulations. General rules The events in the Lima 2019 Pan American Games will be held according to the current PASO Statute and the International Handball Federation s Regulations that are in force during the Games. Cases not foreseen in the above mentioned Regulations will be solved as follows: 1. Cases of general nature will be resolved according to the PASO Statute and the Pan American Games Regulations. 2. Cases of technical nature will be resolved according to the Pan American and/or International Handball Federation s procedures. Confirmation of Quota Places The Pan American Team Handball Continental Federation (PATHF) will confirm to PASO and NOCs the places they have qualified by January 31 st, 2019, including wild cards. The NOCs will confirm to the PATHF the places they will use by April 15 th, Reallocation of Unused Quota Places If necessary, the PATHF will reallocate unused places according to the remaining ranking order of the Qualification Tournament no later than April 15 th, The NOCs with reallocated quotas should confirm to the PATHF if they accept them. This process will be completed by February 28 th, Timeline Date Female - May 27 th thru 31 st, 2018 Male - June 2 nd thru 6 th, 2018 July 19 th thru August 3 rd, 2018 September October, 2018 January 2019 January 31 st, 2019 April 15 th, 2019 April 15 th, 2019 April 26 th, 2019 June 26 th, 2019 Key Event South American Games (ODESUR) Central American and Caribbean Games North Zone Qualifying Round (USA CAN) Requalification tournament The Pan American Team Handball Continental Federation (PATHF) will confirm to PASO and NOCs the places they have qualified If necessary, the PATHF will reallocate unused places The NOCs will confirm to the PATHF the places they will use Lima 2019 entry by number deadline Lima 2019 entry by name deadline

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74 HOCKEY Men (1) Teams Events Women(1) Teams Quota Qualification Host NOC Total Men Women Total Athlete Eligibility Quota per NOC Men 16 Women 16 Total 32 Athletes must have signed and submitted the Athlete Eligibility Condition Form. Athletes must have signed and submitted the International Hockey Federation (IHF) Eligibility Form. Qualification System This qualification system will apply for male and female tournaments. As host country, Peru will qualify automatically. The rest of the teams will qualify according to the follow championships: Date Event Qualifiers 2018 Host country, Peru 1 female team, 1 male team May29 th June 8 th 2018 July 20 th 29 th 2018 August 4 th 13 th 2017 Deadline October 25 th, 2018 X South American Games Cochabamba, Bolivia XXIII Juegos Centroamericanos y del Caribe Barranquilla, Colombia V Pan American Cup Play-off tournament between United States, Canada and the third not qualified team according to the final positions in the 2017 V Pan American Cup The two (2) reserve countries will be the countries that didn t win in the play-off competition mentioned above. The 2 qualified countries in 1 st and 2 nd place The 2 qualified countries in 1 st and 2 nd place The next 2 not qualified countries, according to the final positions 2 reserve countries

75 In case that United States and Canada were qualified, the next best qualified in the 2017 V Pan American Cup / 2015 Pan American Challenge will be named as reserve. a) If there is less than four participants in the 2018 X South American Games or in the 2018 XXIII Central American and Caribbean Games, one additional country will qualify according to the final positions of the 2017 V Pan American Cup. b) If United States and Canada were qualified according to the paragraphs above, the eight qualified team will be the one that takes the next place according to the final positions in the 2017 V Pan American Cup. c) If is necessary to held the play-off competition, all the costs for the participation will be response of the respective National Associations. The PAHF will cover the costs for the neutral officers for mentioned competition. Confirmation of Quota Places The PAHF will confirm to PASO and NOCs the places they have qualified, including wild cards, before October 30 th, The NOCs will confirm to PAHF the quota places that will use by November 20 th, Reallocation of Unused Quota Places If necessary, PAHF will reallocated the unused places to reserve countries according to the mentioned above. The NOCs that receive the assigned quota unused will confirm their acceptation. This process will be completed before November 30 th, Date August 4 th 13 th 2017 May29 th June 8 th 2018 July 20 th 29 th 2018 October 30 th, 2018 November 20 th, 2018 November 30 th, 2018 April 26 th, 2019 June 26 th, 2019 Timeline Key Event V Pan American Cup X South American Games Cochabamba, Bolivia XXIII Central American and Caribbean Games Barranquilla, Colombia The PAHF will confirm to PASO and NOCs the places they have qualified The NOCs will confirm to PAHF the quota places that will use If necessary, PAHF will reallocated the unused places Lima 2019 entry by number deadline. Lima 2019 entry by name deadline.

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77 KARATE Events Men (7) Women (7) -60 kg -50 kg -67 kg -55 kg -75 kg -61 kg -84 kg -68 kg +84 kg +68 kg Individual Kata Individual Kata Team Kata Team Kata Quota Qualification Events Host NOC Places Total Men Women Total Maximum Quota per NOC (1 per event) Men 9 Women 9 Total 18 Athlete Eligibility Athletes must have signed and submitted the Athlete Eligibility Condition Form. All athletes competing must be at least 18 years old for Kumite and at least 16 years old for Kata on the closing day of the first qualifying event in each case. Qualification System Host country automatic qualification individual categories Qualifiers per Event Total 1 12 Host country automatic qualification team categories 3 6 ODESUR Games (Cochabamba 2018) individual categories Central American and Caribbean Games (Barranquilla 2018) individual categories

78 North American Cup (2018) individual categories 1 12 Pan American Championships (March, 2019) individual categories Pan American Championships (to designate March 2019) Team Kata Men (5) - + Team Women (5) Team categories Individual Categories (6 female and 6 male); 8 athletes per Individual Category -12 Categories- total (96) 18 women and (18) men per Kata Team category-2 categories - Total 36 Total quota: 132 athletes. Two (2) athletes will qualify through ODECABE Games in Barranquilla The gold and silver medalists of each category from all countries of the region, including Colombia and Venezuela, will qualify through the ODECABE Games, with the exception of the athletes from Mexico, who will qualify through the North American Cup. Two (2) athletes will qualify through the ODESUR Games Cochabamba The gold and silver medalists of each category from all countries of the region, except Colombia and Venezuela, will qualify through the ODESUR Games. This is due to the fact that athletes from those countries will qualify through the ODECABE Games. For the North American Region a qualifying event will be organized between the USA, Canada and Mexico to qualify one (1) athlete per category. The two remaining athletes to complete (8) per individual category plus (30) athletes, 15 men and 15 women of Team Kata, will qualify through the Pan American Championship, to be held in March 2019 in a country to be determined. This qualifying event will be a based on straight elimination, in which only the two (2) finalists will qualify. In this event only the countries that do not have qualified athletes in these categories will be able to participate. In Team Kata the 1 st, 2 nd, two 3 rds and 5 th of the Cha pio s li e will qualify. All countries will have two opportunities to qualify their individual athletes Confirmation of Quota Places The PKF (Pan American Karate Federation) will confirm to PASO and NOCs the places they have qualified for, by April 10 th, The NOCs will confirm with the PKF the places they will use, by April 20 th, Reallocation of Unused Quota Places If necessary, the PKF will reallocate unused places to the next highest ranked NOC at the 2019 Pan American Games qualifier that has not yet qualified before May 20 th, 2019.

79 Date May 26 th June 08 th 2018 July 25 th 27 th 2018 December 2018 March 2019 April 10 th, 2019 April 20 th, 2019 Timeline Key Event ODESUR South American Games (Cochabamba, Bolivia) ODECABE Central American and Caribbean Games (Barranquilla, Colombia) North American Area Cup (before the end of December 2018) Pan American Championship (host to be determined March 2019) Confirmation of places to PASO and NOCs Confirmation to NOCs on the use of places April 26 th, 2019 Entry by number deadline for Lima May 20 th, 2019 Reallocation of unused places June 26 th, 2019 Entry by name deadline for Lima 2019.

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81 MODERN PENTATHLON Events Men (2) Women (2) Mixed (1) Individual Relay Individual Relay Relay Quota Qualification Host country Total Men Women Total Maximum Quota per NOC Men 3 Women 3 Total 6 Athlete Eligibility All athletes must be registered in the Union Internationale de Pentathlon Modern (UIPM) and have a UIPM license. Athletes must have signed the Athlete Eligibility Condition Form. Qualification System Date Event Qualified athletes May 26 th thru June 08 th, 2018 July 19 th thru August 3 rd, 2018 November 8 th thru 11 th, 2018 November 8 th thru 11 th, 2018 South American Games in Cochabamba Central American and Caribbean Games Pan American Championship Pan American Championship All attending countries will have the right to enter one (1) athlete for each event. All attending countries will have the right to enter one (1) athlete for each event. The remaining places will go to the nations in the order of placing of their second bestplaced athlete at Pan American Championship. Any remaining places will go to the nations in the order of placing of their third best-placed athlete at the Pan American Championship.

82 Because USA does not take part in the first two Games (South American Games and Central American and Caribbean Games), they will have the right to enter one (1) athlete per event. If, for duly justified reasons, a country cannot participate in the South American Games or Central American and Caribbean Games, the MPPC may adopt the same criteria used for the USA and CAN. Peru, as host country, will have the right to enter two (2) athletes by event minimum to ensure their participation in the individuals and relays events. Confirmation of Quota Places Following the completion of the quota allocation based on the system described above, the Pan American Confederation (PC) will notify PASO and each NOC/NF of the number of quota places that have been obtained by December 15, By January 30, 2019, at the latest, the NOC/NF shall advise the PC the number of quota places that the NOC/NF will enter in each event. Reallocation of Unused Quota Places The MPPC will reallocate unused quota places to the NOC of the next best-ranked athlete at the 2018 Pan American Championship who has not yet qualified. This process will be completed by February 15, Date May 26 th thru June 08 th, 2018 July 19 th thru August 3 rd, 2018 November 8 th thru 11 th, 2018 December 15 th, 2018 January 30 th, 2019 February 15 th, 2019 April 26 th, 2019 June 26 th, 2019 Timeline Key event South American Games (Cochabamba Bolivia) Central American and Caribbean Games (Cali Colombia) Pan American Championship The PC will notify PASO and each NOC/NF of the number of quota places that have been obtained The NOC/NF shall advise the PC the number of quota places that the NOC/NF will enter in each event The MPPC will reallocate unused quota places The MPPC will notify PASO the intention of participation of each NOC Lima 2019 entry by number deadline Lima 2019 entry by name deadline

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84 RACQUETBALL Events Men (3) Women (3) Individual Singles Individual Doubles Teams Individual Singles Individual Doubles Teams Quota Total Men 30 Women 30 Total 60 Quota per NOC per event Event Men Women Singles 2 2 Doubles 1 team of 2 athletes 1 team of 2 athletes Teams 1 team 1 team Athlete Eligibility Athletes must have signed and submitted the athlete eligibility conditions form. All athletes that comply with PASO s egulatio s ill be able to participate. All participating athletes should fulfill the minimum age requirement according to the IRF rules. Qualification System This qualification system will apply for both the o e s and me s tournaments. As Host Country, Peru will automatically qualify with the maximum quota. Date Event Qualifiers November 25 th, 2017 Bolivarian Games 2 Countries (1 male y 1 female) May 26 th June 8 th, 2018 South American Games (ODESUR) 2 Countries (1 male y 1 female) August 3 rd, 2018 XXIII Central American and Caribbean Games 2 Countries (1 male y 1 female) The rest of the countries will qualify in the Pan American Championship, to be held in Holy Week in 2019.

85 Qualifying Tournaments In each of these three tournaments the country that finishes first in each event will qualify. For example, an NOC that finishes first in men s singles (accumulated score of singles and doubles) in the Bolivarian Games, will automatically qualify for a spot in the men s si gles e e t at the Lima 2019 Pan American Games. As Host Country, Peru automatically qualifies for each event. If Peru finishes first in a qualifying tournament, the second-ranked NOC would then qualify. In case that a country has already qualified, the next-ranked NOC would then qualify. PARC Pan American Championship 2019, April 2019 (site TBD) This is the last qualifying event; the rest of the places will be allocated and quotas will be assigned to each NOC. For the last oppo tu ity to ualify, ou t ies should pa ti ipate i oth the o e s a d e s e e ts and should have participated at least in 2 of the 3 previous Pan American Championships. This championship will also be used as ranking for the Lima 2019 Pan American Games. Confirmation of Quota Places The Continental Federation (CF) will confirm to PASO and the NOCs the places they have qualified, by April 21 st, The NOCs will confirm to the Continental Federation (CF) the places they will use before April 23 rd, Reallocation of Unused Quota Places If necessary, the CF will reallocate unused places. The NOCs should confirm to the CF the acceptance of reallocated places. This process will be completed by April 25 th, Date November 25 th, 2017 May 26 th June 8 th, 2018 August 3 rd, 2018 April 20 th, 2019 April 21 st, 2019 April 23 rd, 2019 April 25 th, 2019 April 26 th, 2019 June 26 th, 2019 Bolivarian Games Timeline South American Games (ODESUR) Key Event XXIII Central American and Caribbean Games Pan American Championship The CF will confirm to PASO and the NOCs the places they have qualified The NOCs will confirm to the CF the places they will use If necessary, the CF will reallocate unused places and the NOCs must confirm their acceptance of reallocated places assigned by the CF Lima 2019 enter by number deadline Lima 2019 enter by name deadline

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87 SHOOTING Events (15) Men (6) Women (6) 1. 3 x 40 Rifle 7. 3 x 20 Rifle 2. Air Rifle 8. Air Rifle 3. Air Pistol 9. Air Pistol 4. Rapid Fire Pistol 10. Sport Pistol 5. Skeet 11. Skeet 6. Trap 12. Trap Mixed Couples (3) 13. Air Rifle 14. Air Pistol 15. Trap Quota Qualification Host country Wild Card Total Men Women Total Quota per NOC per Event Maximum Entries per Event per NOC Maximum Athletes per NOC Men 3 x 40 Rifle 2 Air Rifle 2 Air Pistol 2 Rapid Fire Pistol 2 12 Skeet 2 Trap 2 Women 3 x 20 Rifle 2 Air Rifle 2 Air Pistol 2 Sport Pistol 2 12 Skeet 2 Trap 2 TOTAL 24 Athlete Eligibility Athletes must have signed and submitted the Athlete Eligibility Condition Form. All participants must be at least 16 years old in 2019.

88 Qualification System PASO approved 256 quota places for Lima Quotas will be awarded at the South American Games in Cochabamba, the Central American and Caribbean Games in Barranquilla, and the Americas Shooting Championship in Guadalajara. These events will be held in Quotas will be awarded according to the competitions program and in sequence. An athlete may earn only one quota. If the athlete repeats in another event in a position with quota, this participation quota will pass to the next eligible shooter in that event. Athletes that are awarded a quota can participate in other events, as long as their National Federation doesn t exceed the limit of 2 (two) athletes per country. No quota places will be awarded for Mixed Couples events in Air Rifle, Air Pistol and Trap. The Federations must use their individual qualified athletes for Mixed Couples events. Quotas should be used on the events for which they were awarded or change it for another event of the same discipline. However, quotas may not be transferred to another discipline such as pistol to rifle. (For example, a federation may reassign a men s skeet quota to women s trap). This protects the discipline s integrity and recognizes that countries may have separate rifle / pistol/ and shotgun federations. The host country of the Pan American Games is eligible to earn competition quota in addition to the six (6) designated host country quotas (two per discipline) with the maximum of two athletes per event. Unused quotas awarded must be returned to the CAT President to be redistributed as soon as possible but not later than 90 days before the Opening Ceremony of the Games. Discipline Rifle Pistol Shotgun Distribution of Pan American Quota Places for 2019 Event CA and Caribbean ODESUR Games CAT Total Women Air Rifle x 20 Rifle Men Air Rifle x 40 Rifle Women Air Pistol Sport Pistol Men Rapid Fire Pistol Air Pistol Women Trap Skeet Men Trap Skeet Wild Card Discipline Total Host NOC x discipline Totals

89 Wild Cards Federations must submit the Wild Card quota application. This will be reviewed and awarded by the CAT President. Priority will go to the federations that have not earned a quota, their participation in official events of the ISSF and their performance criteria. The application form will be available in the CAT s website. Applications must be submitted by January 31 st, Wild cards will be distributed by February 28 th, Confirmation of Quota Places CAT will establish a list of quota places obtained by each NOC by discipline and gender after the completion of all qualification events, and will advise PASO and NOCs by December 15 th, NOCs must confirm the use of qualification quota places obtained by January 31 st, Reallocation of Unused Quota Places The CAT President will redistribute unused quota places and wild card places by February 28 th, Date May 26 th June 08 th, 2018 July 20 th August 3 rd, 2018 October 31 st November 10 th, 2018 December 15 th, 2018 January 31 st, 2019 February 28 th, 2019 April 26 th, 2019 June 26 th, 2019 Timeline Key Event ODESUR Games Cochabamba, Bolivia. Central American and Caribbean Games Barranquilla Colombia. Americas Championship Guadalajara, México. CAT will advise PASO and NOCs the quota places obtained NOCs to confirm use of qualified quota places and apply for Wild Card places. CAT President to reallocate unused quota places and allocate wild card places. Lima 2019 entry by number deadline. Lima 2019 entry by name deadline.

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91 SOFTBALL Events Men (1) Women(1) 6 team tournament 6 team tournament Quota Qualification Host NOC Total Men Women Total Men Women Total Quota per NOC 15 (1 team) 15 (1 team) 30 (2 teams) Athlete Eligibility Athletes must have signed and submitted the Athlete Eligibility Condition Form. Qualification System This qualification system will apply for male and female tournaments. As host country, Peru will qualify automatically. The top five teams from the qualification tournament (not including Peru) will qualify. Date Event Qualifiers August 4 th 13 th, 2017 September 15 th 24 th, 2017 Host country, Peru Women s Tournament. WBSC America s Championship, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. Men s Tournament. WBSC America s Championship, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. 1 female team, 1 male team Top five teams Top five teams Confirmation of Quota Places By November 15 th, 2017, WBSC Americas will confirm to PASO and NOCs their qualified teams for the men s and women s tournament. The NOCs will confirm to WBSC Americas their use of qualified places by December 15 th, 2018.

92 Reallocation of Unused Quota Places By January 15 th, 2019, WBSC Americas will allocate any unused quota places to the highest-ranked nonqualified team from the corresponding qualification tournament. Date August 4 th 13 th 2017 September 15 th 24 th, 2017 October 26 th, 2017 December 15 th, 2018 January 15 th, 2019 April 26 th, 2019 June 26 th, 2019 Timeline Key Event Women s Tournament. WBSC America s Championship, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. Men s Tournament. WBSC America s Championship, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. WBSC Americas will confirm to PASO and NOCs their qualified teams The NOCs will confirm to WBSC Americas their use of qualified places WBSC Americas will allocate any unused quota places Lima 2019 entry by number deadline. Lima 2019 entry by name deadline.

93 Tommy Velázquez Chairman, Softball Division Ing. Neven Ilic Presidente ODEPA Distrito Federal México Lausana, 26 de octubre de 2017 Clasificacion equipos a los XVIII Juegos Panamericanos Lima 2019 Estimado Presidente ILIC, Ante todo, reciba un cordial saludo deportivo, de parte de WBSC Américas Sóftbol y el mío propio. La presente misiva, tiene como finalidad hacer de su conocimiento que en los meses de agosto y septiembre del corriente año, se llevó a cabo en la Ciudad de Santo Domingo - República Dominicana, los IX y X Campeonatos Panamericanos de Softbol femenino y masculino respectivamente. En dichos eventos, se clasificaron a los equipos que participarán en los XVIII Juegos Panamericanos Lima 2019 a continuación se detallan los equipos por género: Femenino USA Canada Puerto Rico México Venezuela Perú (Sede) Masculino Venezuela Argentina USA México Cuba Perú (Sede) Dichos Equipos, tendrán la responsabilidad de brindar un espectáculo deportivo en los Juegos Lima 2019, todos ellos comprometidos a seguir trabajando para el desarrollo de nuestro deporte en América y el resto del mundo.

94 CALENDARIO 4 13 de agosto de 2017 IX Campeonato Panamericano de Softbol Femeino de septiembre de X Campeonato Panamericano de Softbol Masculino de diciembre de 2018 Comites Olimpicos Nacionales confirman su participacion a WBSC Americas 15 de enero de 2019 WBSC Americas relocaliza espacio no confirmados 26 de abril de 2019 Lima 2019 finaliza entrada numérica 30 de junio de 2019 Lima 2019 finaliza entrada nominal Notificación que hacemos para su conocimiento y fines pertinentes, sin más nada que agregar, nos despedimos de Usted, no sin antes agradecerle todo el apoyo brindado a nuestra organización por parte de la ODEPA durante todo este proceso en especial al Sr. Ivar Sisniega Secretario General y todo su equipo de trabajo. Cordialmente, Tommy Velázquez Presidente WBSC Division Sóftbol 2

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