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1 Athletes Qualification Manual XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara 2011 May 3, 2010

2 Summary I. Introduction II. Sport Governing Bodies PASO Pan-American Sports Organization Executive Committee Technical Commission Coordination Commission COPAG 2011 Guadalajara 2011 Organizing Committee Organizing Committee Sports General Management Competition General Management Technical Coordinator NOCs Service International Federations Pan American Confederations III. Quotas approved by PASO IV. Qualification Calendar IV. Qualification Systems 1 Aquatics 1.1 Diving 1.2 Swimming 1.3 Open Water Swimming 1.4 Synchronized Swimming 1.5 Water Polo 2 Archery 3 Athletics 4 Badminton 5 Baseball 6 Basketball 7 Pelota 8 Bowling 9 Boxing 10 Canoe-Kayak Flatwater 11 Cycling Athletes Qualification Manual 2

3 12 Equestrian 13 Fencing 14 Hockey 15 Football 16 Gymnastics 16.1 Artistic Gymnastics 16.2 Rhythmic Gymnastic 16.3 Trampoline Gymnastics 17 Handball 18 Judo 19 Karate 20 Modern Pentathlon 21 Racquetball 22 Roller Skating 23 Rowing 24 Rugby 7 25 Sailing 26 Shooting 27 Softball 28 Squash 29 Table Tennis 30 Taekwondo 31 Tennis 32 Triathlon 33 Volleyball 33.1 Beach Volleyball 33.2 Volleyball 34 Water Ski 35 Weightlifting 36 Wrestling Athletes Qualification Manual 3

4 Introduction The Organizing Committee for the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara 2011 presents this Athletes Qualification Manual to offer the National Olympic Committees and members of the Pan American Sports Organization PASO, an instrument to assess the qualification criteria that was established by the Pan American Confederations and by the International Federations in order to participate in this great Continental event. This document will be considered the only reference for the National Olympic Committees (NOCs) to retrieve the updated information related to the athletes qualification systems for the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara Presently, most sports have an approved qualification system. Some sports systems are waiting to be approved and some other sports do not have a qualification system yet. In those cases, PASO and The National Olympic Committees will receive the update as soon as the Pan American Confederations and the International Federations confirm the information. All changes and updates made by the Pan American Confederations and the International Federations to this Athletes Qualification Manual will be informed immediately to PASO and the National Olympic Committees. The approved Qualification period is from January 1, 2010 to August 31, This manual also includes up-to-date information related to the sports that will qualify athletes for the London 2012 Olympic Games. Athletes Qualification Manual 4

5 III. Quotas approved by PASO Olympic Sports # Sport Discipline/gender Quota Athletes Diving 60 Synchronized Swimming 80 1 Aquatics Swimming 256 Swimming Marathon 32 Water Polo Archery 64 3 Athletics Badminton 88 5 Baseball Basketball Boxing Canoe-Kayak Cycling Equestrian Fencing Hockey Football 288 Artistic Gymnastics Rhythmic 46 Trampoline Handball Judo Modern Pentathlon Rowing Sailing Shooting Softball Table Tennis Taekwondo Tennis Triathlon Volleyball 70 Women & Men 192 Beach Weightlifting Wrestling 150 Subtotal 5327 Pan American Sports # Sport Athletes 1 Bowling 64 2 Karate 72 3 Pelota 80 4 Racquetball 60 5 Roller Skating 60 6 Rugby Squash 60 8 Water Ski 40 Subtotal 532 Total 5859 Athletes Qualification Manual 5

6 1. Aquatics Five aquatics disciplines will be held as part of the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara 2011: - Diving - Swimming - Open Water Swimming - Synchronized Swimming - Water Polo 1.1 Diving Only NOCs recognized by PASO and whose National Aquatics Federation is a member of FINA/UANA may enter competitors in the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara b) Maximum Number of Competitors According to the quota approved by UANA, there will be a maximum of SIXTY (60) athletes in diving. The NOCs may only send competitors who have qualified through the system established by FINA/UANA to participate in the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara c) Qualification System Each NOC may enter a maximum of eight (8) divers, four (4) men and four (4) women, if entering a team in synchronized diving. NOCs not entering athletes in synchronized diving will be allowed to enter a maximum of six (6) athletes, three (3) men and three (3) women. As the host country, Mexico will automatically qualify to compete in all categories in the Diving competition at the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara Below is a list of the minimum standard scores required to participate in the individual events in the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara Gender 3m Springboard 10m Platform Men 330,00 340,00 Women 220,00 220,00 The standard scores should be obtained at events approved by the FINA/UANA Executive Committee and which take place prior to July 16, If a NOC enters a team for a synchronized diving event, at least one of the team divers must fulfill the qualification requirements for the individual event for that height. d) Qualification System Approval This qualification system is subject to final approval by UANA. e) London 2012 Olympic Qualification At the meeting of the FINA Bureau held on July 28, 2009, the FINA Bureau approved that the Continental Champion (2011 Pan American Games) in the Individual Events of 3m Springboard Athletes Qualification Manual 6

7 and 10m Platform shall earn an Olympic Games position for their respective federations, with official entries to be confirmed by the respective NOCs. 1.2 Swimming Only NOCs recognized by PASO and whose National Aquatics Federation is a member of FINA/UANA may enter competitors in the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara b) Maximum Number of Competitors According to the quota accepted by UANA, the total number of athletes in the Swimming competition shall not exceed TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY SIX (256). There will be a maximum of twenty six (26) male and twenty six (26) female competitors per country. The NOCs may only send competitors who have qualified through the system established by FINA/UANA to the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara c) Qualification System As the host country, Mexico will automatically qualify for the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara 2011, as long as the athletes achieve the qualifying time standards established by UANA. Each NOC may enter those swimmers who have met the qualifying time standards for the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara This minimum standard performance shall be achieved at an official competition recognized by the respective National Federation, from January 1, 2010 to July 31, (to be confirmed). Each NOC shall be guaranteed an entry of one (1) male and one (1) female swimmer for one event without having a qualifying time for that event. Qualifying Time Standards Men A B Consideration Standard Standard Standard 50 Free Free Free 01: : : Free 04: : : Free 15: : : Breast 01: : : Breast 02: : : Back Back 02: : : Fly Fly 02: : : IM 02: : : IM 04: : :45.3 Athletes Qualification Manual 7

8 Women A B Consideration Standard Standard Standard 50 Free Free : Free 02: : : Free 04: : : Free 09: : : Breast 01: : : Breast 02: : : Back 01: : : Back 02:22.8 2; : Fly 01: : : Fly 02: : : IM 02: : : IM 05: : :31.7 d) Qualification System Approval The qualification system was revised and approved by UANA on May 10, e) London 2012 Olympic Qualification The Swimming competition during the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara 2011 is considered a Qualification Competition for the 2012 London Olympic Games. The athletes that achieve the Minimum Qualifying Time required by FINA, will qualify for the 2012 London Olympic Games. Athletes Qualification Manual 8

9 1.3 Open Water Swimming Only NOCs recognized by PASO whose National Aquatics Federation is a member of FINA/UANA may enter competitors in the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara b) Age of competitors Athletes competing in the Open Water Swimming Events must be at least fourteen (14) years old at the time of the competition. c) Maximum Number of Competitors A maximum of THIRTY TWO (32) swimmers will participate in the Open Water Swimming event: sixteen (16) men and sixteen (16) women. The NOCs may only include competitors who have qualified through the system established by FINA/UANA to the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara d) Qualification System 1st Priority: 2nd Priority: 3rd Priority: 4th Priority: Two (2) slots per gender for the Host Country; The maximum number of competitors a country may have is two (2) per gender; Every NOC participating in the IV UANA Pan American Marathon Championship (10 km) shall be awarded one (1) male and one (1) female slot. Athletes must have classified in the top fifteen (15) for their gender and in their respective category, (Junior or Senior). A maximum of one slot per gender for each of the top five NOCs from the Americas (excluding Mexico) to finish at the FINA World Championships 2011 (10 Km), to be held July 16-31, 2011 in Shanghai, China. 5th Priority: Any NOC whose second-placed swimmer at the FINA World Championships 2011 (10km) finishes among the top five (5) competitors from the Americas added in the order in which they finished until it is reached the maximum number of thirty two (32)athletes, based on the quota established by PASO. 6th Priority: To reach the established maximum number of participants, this field will be filled with eligible finalists in FINA World Championships km first and then with finalists from IV Pan American Marathon Championship. e) Qualification System Approval This qualification system is subject to final approval by UANA. Athletes Qualification Manual 9

10 1.4 Synchronized Swimming Only NOCs recognized by PASO and whose National Aquatics Federation is a member of FINA/UANA may enter competitors in the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara b) Age of Competitors Competitors must be at least fourteen (14) years old on December 31, c) Maximum Number of Competitors According to the quota approved by PASO, there will be a maximum of EIGHTY (80) competitors. Eight (8) teams with a maximum entry of nine (9) competitors each. Twelve (12) duets no alternates The NOCs may only register competitors who have qualified through the system established by FINA/UANA to the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara d) Qualification System The following eligible Team and Duet entries will qualify according to UANA approved procedures. Participation of NOCs per zone table: Zone Team Duet A A B B 1 C C D E 1 1 Reserves 2 2 A A B B 2 C D 1 1 Reserves A A 4 A A Mexico C E Total 8 12 The host country will be a representative for its zone in each event. If any qualifying country fails to confirm their participation by July 16, 2011, alternate federations, in qualifying order, will be approached to replace them. As the host country, Mexico is automatically qualified in all categories of the synchronized swimming competition at the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara e) Qualification System Approval The qualification system was revised and approved by UANA on May 10, f) 2012 London Olympic Qualification Synchronized Swimming at the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara 2011 is considered a qualification competition for the 2012 London Olympic Games. One (1) duet and one (1) team (Gold Medalists) will qualify for the Olympics Games. Athletes Qualification Manual 10

11 1.5 Water Polo Only NOCs recognized by PASO and whose National Aquatics Federation is a member of FINA/UANA may enter competitors in the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara b) Maximum Number of Competitors According to the quota approved by UANA, the Water Polo competition will have a maximum of TWO HUNDRED AND EIGHT (208) athletes, as follows: Men s competition: eight (8) teams x thirteen (13) athletes = one hundred and four (104) male athletes. Women s competition: eight (8) teams x thirteen (13) athletes = one hundred and four (104) female athletes. The NOCs may only enter competitors who have qualified through the system established by FINA/UANA to the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara c) Qualification System Men s Competition: Eight (8) teams will qualify for the 2011 Pan American Games using the following system: Mexico qualifies as host country. CONSANAT qualifies three (3) teams: the first three (3) teams placed at the South American Championships, which will be held in Cali, Colombia on March CCCAN qualifies two (2) teams: the first two (2) teams (excluding Mexico) placed at the 2010 Central American and Caribbean Games, to be held from July 17 to August 1 in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico. Zone 3 automatically qualifies the United States. Zone 4 automatically qualifies Canada. Women s Competition: Eight (8) teams will qualify for the 2011 Pan American Games using the following system: Mexico qualifies as host country. CONSANAT qualifies three (3) teams: the first three (3) teams placed at the South American Championships, which will be held in Cali, Colombia on March CCCAN qualifies two (2) teams: the first two (2) teams (excluding Mexico) placed at the 2010 Central American and Caribbean Games, to be held from July 17 to August 1 in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico. Zone 3 automatically qualifies the United States. Zone 4 automatically qualifies Canada. d) Qualification System Approval This qualification system is subject to final approval by UANA. e) London 2012 Olympic Qualification The Gold Medalists in the women s and men s competition at the 2011 Pan American Games automatically qualifies for the London 2012 Olympic Games. If the Gold Medalists have previously qualified through FINA competitions, then the next highest placed team at the Pan American Games qualifies for the Olympic Games. The second, third, and fourth placed teams at the 2011 Pan American Games automatically qualify for the 2012 Olympic Qualification Tournament. If one of these teams has previously qualified for the Olympic Games, then the next highest placed team qualifies for the Olympic Qualification Tournament. Athletes Qualification Manual 11

12 2. Archery Only NOCs recognized by PASO and whose National Archery Federation is a member of FITA/COPARCO may enter competitors in the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara b) Maximum Number of Competitors According to the quota established by PASO, there will be a maximum of SIXTY FOUR (64) competitors, thirty-two (32) men and thirty-two (32) women. Each NOC may enter a maximum of three (3) competitors in each event provided they have qualified in accordance with COPARCO requirements. c) Qualification System As the host country, Mexico will automatically qualify to compete in all events and may enter three (3) competitors per event in the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara The athlete s qualification process will consist of two (2) Qualifying Tournaments as follows: The first Qualifying Tournament (QT1) will be the Pan American Championships, to be staged from September to November 2010, in Guadalajara. The second Qualifying Tournament (QT2) will take place early enough in 2011 to meet the preliminary entry deadline established by COPAG. The date and place of the QT2 will be confirmed by COPARCO. 1. In the Pan American Championships (QT1), the distribution of the twenty five (25) slots for men and the 25 slots for women will be as follows: - The top seven (7) teams in the Olympic Round will qualify their countries with three (3) slots each, for a total of twenty-one (21) athletes. If Mexico finishes as one of the top seven (7) teams, then the team placed eighth (8th) will receive three (3) slots. - The top four (4) archers in the Individual Olympic Round (excluding Mexico and the seven (7) countries that earned slots in the Team Event) will qualify with one (1) slot. A country can obtain a maximum of three (3) slots for men and three (3) for women. 2. In the second Qualifying Tournament (QT2), the four (4) missing slots for both men and women will be distributed as follows: - Should QT2 be a world ranking event, a separate Olympic Round Competition will take place between archers who have not yet qualified for the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara 2011 in QT1. The first four archers in this separate Olympic Round Competition will earn a slot for their countries. - A country already qualified with three (3) slots at the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara 2011 in QT1 cannot enter an archer in the separate Olympic Round competition of QT2. - A country that earned two (2) slots in QT1 may enter only one (1) archer in the separate Olympic Round competition of QT2. Athletes Qualification Manual 12

13 - A country that earned one (1) slot for the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara 2011 in QT1 may only enter a maximum of two (2) archers in the separate Olympic Round competition of QT2. - A country that did not earn a slot for the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara 2011 in QT1 may enter up to three (3) archers in the separate Olympic Round in QT2. d) Qualification System Approval The qualification system was revised and approved by COPARCO on November 22, Athletes Qualification Manual 13

14 3. Athletics Only NOCs recognized by PASO and whose National Athletics Federation is affiliated to IAAF/PAC may enter competitors in the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara b) Age of competitors Male athletes competing in the Marathon and in the 50km Race Walk must be at least eighteen (18) years old on December 31, Female athletes competing in the Marathon must be at least eighteen (18) years old on December 31, For other events, competitors must be at least sixteen (16) years old on December 31, c) Maximum number of competitors According to the quota established by PASO, there will be a maximum of SEVEN HUNDRED (700) competitors, male and female, in the Athletics Competition. The NOCs may only register competitors who have qualified through the system established by IAAF / PAC to the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara d) Qualification System Individual Events Each NOC can register one competitor per individual event, even if he/she has not achieved the minimum standard performance. To register a second competitor, both athletes must have achieved the minimum standard performance. This minimum standard performance shall be achieved at an official competition recognized by the respective National Federation, from January 1, 2010 until midnight (Guadalajara local time), August 31, As the host country, Mexico will automatically qualify for all events in the Athletics Competition at the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara 2011, with two (2) athletes per event. Qualification Standards for Men & Women Track and Field Events (to be approved by the Pan American Athletics Commission). Qualification Standards Events Men Women Track 100m m m m m m m m hurdles x Athletes Qualification Manual 14

15 110m hurdles x 400m hurdles m steeplechase x Jumps High Jump Long Jump Triple Jump Pole Vault Throw Shot Put Discus Throw Javelin Throw Hammer Throw Road 20km Walk 50km Walk Marathon Not required Not required Not required Not required Not required Not required Multi events Decathlon x Heptathlon Relay Events Relays: twelve (12) relays (one (1) per NOC) per gender according to the following chart: Region/Country Slots Criteria Mexico 1 Host country Unites States 1 Canada 1 Central America & 4 1st to 4th places in XXI Central American & Caribbean Caribbean Games Mayaguez 2010 South America 4 1st to 4th places in ODESUR Games Medellin 2010 The remaining slots will be assigned by the PAC according to performance by the top placing NOCs. Athletes Qualification Manual 15

16 e) Qualification System Approval This qualification system is subject to final approval by the Pan American Athletics Commission. f) 2012 London Olympic Qualification The Athletics competition at the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara 2011 will serve as an opportunity for athletes to reach the IAAF qualifying standards for the London 2012 Olympic Games. Athletes Qualification Manual 16

17 4. Badminton Only NOCs recognized by PASO and whose National Badminton Federation is a member of IBF/PABC may enter competitors in the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara b) Maximum Number of Competitors According to the quota established by PASO, there will be a maximum of EIGHTY EIGHT (88) competitors, forty-four (44) men and forty-four (44) women. Each NOC can register a maximum of four (4) men and four (4) women, provided that he/she has qualified in accordance with IBF and PABC requirements. If at the end of the registration period the total number of participants is above the upper limit established by PASO, forty-four (44) men and forty-four (44) women, PABC will determine a maximum quota for each country as well as the total number of athletes who will be allowed to participate. Each NOC can register a maximum of three (3) players for the singles events and two (2) couples for the doubles events. Each NOC that is an associated member of IBF/PABC will have the right to participate with a minimum of one (1) player in the Badminton competition at the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara c) Qualification System The PABC Executive Committee has approved the following procedures for the allocation of spots among PABC affiliated members for the Badminton competitions in the XVI Pan American Games: INITIAL ALLOCATION Criteria Men Women Mexico, Host country 4 (four) 4 (four) 1st ranked country 4 (four) 4 (four) 2nd ranked country 4 (four) 4 (four) 3rd ranked country 4 (four) 4 (four) 4th ranked country 3 (three) 3 (three) 5th ranked country 3 (three) 3 (three) 6th ranked country 3 (three) 3 (three) 7th ranked country 3 (three) 3 (three) 8th ranked country 2 (two) 2 (two) 9th ranked country 2 (two) 2 (two) 10th ranked country 2 (two) 2 (two) 11th ranked country 2 (two) 2 (two) Countries ranked 12 and below in rank order (Up to a limit of 44 men and 44 women) 1 (one) 1 (one) Unranked countries drawn by lot (Up to a limit of 44 men and 44 women) 1 (one) 1 (one) Athletes Qualification Manual 17

18 Country ranking is determined by adding up the points of the highest ranked player/team from each country in the women s singles, women s doubles, men s singles, men s doubles, and mixed doubles, (a maximum total from the five rankings) using the May 27, 2011 BWF World Ranking. The higher the number of total points, the higher the country ranking. The allocation is by country not by individual athlete. Each NOC can choose its own procedure to select its competitor(s) for the Badminton competition. To be entered, each competitor must also be eligible to participate in the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara Since country rankings will be determined on May 27, 2011, this will give countries plenty of time to improve their World Ranking, thus potentially increasing the number of players from that country. Depending on the number of countries that actually enter players in the XVI Pan American Games, PABC has the right to adjust the participation levels up (where there are less than forty-four (44) entries per gender in the Initial Allocation) or down (where there are more than forty-four (44) entries per gender in the Initial Allocation) to reach the athlete quota, that is, forty-four (44) men and forty-four (44) women. Countries shall confirm their interest in taking the allocated slots to PABC by June 15, In case the quota of forty-four (44) men and forty-four (44) women is not reached through the Initial Allocation, additional slots will be allocated as follows: Beginning with the 4th ranked country, having three (3) or less entries, each country, in rank order, will be allowed to enter one (1) additional man and/or woman until the quota is fulfilled or all countries have been offered an additional slot, whichever comes first. If the quota is still not reached, then the process will repeat itself until the quota is complete, with a limit of four (4) men and four (4) women entries for each country. d) Qualification System Approval The qualification system was revised and approved by PABC on November 4, 2009 Athletes Qualification Manual 18

19 5. Baseball Only NOCs recognized by PASO and whose National Baseball Federation is a member of IBAF/COPABE may enter competitors in the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara b) Maximum Number of Competitors According to the quota established by PASO, there will be a maximum of ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY (160) competitors, eight (8) teams with twenty (20) players each. Each NOC may enter a maximum of one (1) team with twenty (20) competitors provided they have qualified in accordance with IBAF/COPABE requirements. c) Qualification System The top seven (7) countries in the Pan American Senior Tournament 2010 will qualify for the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara The tournament will be held in San Juan, Puerto Rico in October As the host country, Mexico automatically qualifies with one (1) team. d) Qualification System Approval The qualification system was revised and approved by COPABE on November 4, Athletes Qualification Manual 19

20 6. Basketball Only NOCs recognized by PASO and whose National Basketball Federation is a member of FIBA Americas may enter competitors in the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara b) Maximum Number of Competitors According to the quota established by PASO, there will be a maximum of ONE HUNDRED AND NINETY TWO (192) athletes, including ninety six (96) male players in eight (8) teams with twelve(12) players each and ninety six (96) female players in eight (8) teams with twelve (12) players each. Each NOC may enter one (1) team in each event provided they have qualified in accordance with FIBA Americas requirements. c) Qualification System The NOC team qualifications will take place through regional tournaments, under the following considerations: The United States and Canada are automatically qualified for North America, as well as Mexico as the host country, in both events of the Basketball competition at the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara The other five (5) female and five (5) male teams will qualify according to the following chart: Qualification system per region Region Date Place Spots Women Men Central America & Caribbean 2010 To be defined 2 2 South America 2010 To be defined 3 3 d) Qualification System Approval The qualification system was revised and approved by FIBA Americas on October 23, Athletes Qualification Manual 20

21 7. Pelota b) Maximum Number of Competitors According to the quota established by PASO, there will be a maximum of EIGHTY (80) competitors. c) Qualification System d) Qualification System Approval Athletes Qualification Manual 21

22 8. Bowling Only NOCs recognized by PASO and whose National Bowling Federation is a member of FIQ/PABCON American Zone may enter competitors in the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara b) Age of competitors Competitors must be fifteen (15) years old on the date of the first competition day. c) Maximum Number of Competitors According to the quota established by PASO, there will be a maximum of SIXTY FOUR (64) competitors in the Bowling competition, thirty-two (32) Men and thirty-two (32) Women. Each NOC may enter a maximum of two (2) Men and two (2) Women, provided they have qualified in accordance with FIQ/PABCON American Zone requirements. d) Qualification System Pending e) Qualification System Approval Pending Athletes Qualification Manual 22

23 9. Boxing Only NOCs recognized by PASO and whose National Boxing Federation is a member of AIBA America s Bureau/CABOX may enter competitors in the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara b) Age of competitors Competitors must be seventeen (17) years old (minimum) and thirty-four (34) years old (maximum) on the first day of competition. c) Maximum Number of Competitors According to the quota established by PASO, there will be a maximum of ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY FIVE (125) competitors in the Boxing competition. Each NOC may enter a maximum of one (1) boxer in each weight category provided he/she has qualified in accordance with AIBA Rules. d) Qualification System As the host country, Mexico will automatically qualify with one athlete in each of the three (3) women s weight categories and ten (10) men s weight categories of the Boxing competition in the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara The athlete s qualification will be defined during three (3) qualifying tournaments held on March, April and May Places will be defined by CABOX. The distribution criteria for the number of slots per weight category in each qualifying Tournament will be as follows: a) In the categories where four (4) places appear, the Gold, Silver and the two Bronze medalists will qualify. b) In the categories where three (3) places appear, the Gold, Silver and one of the Bronze medalists (the one who lost to the champion on the Semi-final) will qualify. c) In the categories where only two places appear, only the winners of the Gold and Silver medals will qualify. Men Weight Division First Qualifying Tournament Second Qualifying Tournament Third Qualifying Tournament Subtotal Mexico Total 49kgs kgs kgs kgs kgs kgs kgs kgs kgs kgs Total Men Athletes Qualification Manual 23

24 Women Weight Division First Qualifying Tournament Second Qualifying Tournament Third Qualifying Tournament Subtotal Mexico Total 51kgs kgs kgs Total Women Total d) Qualification System Approval The qualification system was revised and approved by CABOX on November 4, Athletes Qualification Manual 24

25 10. Canoe/Kayak Flatwater Only NOCs recognized by PASO and whose National Canoe Federation is a member of ICF/PACF may enter competitors in the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara b) Maximum Number of Competitors According to the quota established by PASO, there will be a maximum of ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY FIVE (125) competitors. Each NOC will be allowed to enter a maximum of fourteen (14) athletes, that is, five (5) athletes for Kayak Women, five to six (5-6) for Kayak Men and three to four (3-4) for Canoe. c) Qualification System The first five (5) single boats (K1 M, C1, K1 W) in the events of 1000m and 500m that cross the finish line in the 2010 Flat water Pan American Championships will qualify for the XVI Pan American Games. In the crew boats K2, K4, M & W, and in C2, 1000m and 500m, the first five (5) finalists in each event at the 2010 Flat-water Pan American Championships will qualify for the XVI Pan American Games. Based on these criteria, a total of one hundred and fifteen (115) seats /athletes will be reached. Ten (10) seats will be guaranteed to those NOC s whose new National Federation participate in the 2010 Flat water Pan American Championship (place and date to be defined), in order to reach the ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY FIVE (125) athletes quota established by PASO. According to the Regulations in force, if the host country of the XVI Pan American Games does not qualify in some of the twelve (12) competitions, it will still be guaranteed one of the quota places, and, consequently the number of remaining quota places for other countries will be reduced in that specific discipline. After adjusting the participation number of each NOC to fourteen (14) eligible athletes, the President of PACF, in coordination with the PACF Flat Water Racing Committee, will reallocate the remaining quota places to the other NOC s according to their performance. d) Qualification System Approval The qualification system was revised and approved by PACF on November 4, Athletes Qualification Manual 25

26 11. Cycling Only NOCs recognized by PASO and whose National Cycling Federation is a member of UCI/COPACI may enter competitors in the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara b) Age of competitors Competitors must be nineteen (19) years old on December 31, c) Maximum Number of Competitors According to the quota established by PASO, there will be a maximum of TWO HUNDRED AND TWENTY (220) male and female competitors in cycling. Athletes by discipline will be defined by COPACI d) Qualification System To be defined by COPACI. e) Qualification System Approval -. Athletes Qualification Manual 26

27 12. Equestrian Only those NOCs recognized by PASO and whose National Equestrian Federation is a member of FEI may enter competitors in the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara b) Age of Competitors and Horses Competitors are eligible to take part in the Eventing and the Jumping competitions from and including the year in which they reach their eighteenth (18 th ) birthday. In Dressage, competitors are allowed to take part from and including the year in which they reach their sixteenth (16 th ) birthday. Horses must be at least eight (8) years of age to be eligible to compete in Jumping and seven (7) years of age for dressage and Eventing. The age being counted from January 1 of the year of birth. c) Maximum Number of Competitors According to the quota established by PASO there will be a maximum of ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY (130) male and female competitors. The maximum number of horses at the same time in the Equestrian Village shall be ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY (130). The NOCs may only register competitors who have qualified through the system established by FEI to the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara 2011 d) Qualification System Each NOC may enter teams and individuals in each discipline according to the participation numbers indicated above Dressage Riders and horses must obtain the qualification for the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara 2011 at events that take place from January 1, 2010 until the date of the numerical entries: July 16, All rider/horse combinations must have achieved a minimum qualification criteria by the date mentioned above: to have achieved 60% in a FEI Prix St Georges Test 2000 at two different occasions, at a CDI or National Dressage event. NFs are required to send to FEI a Certificate of Capability for the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara 2011 Dressage competitions and a record of results for all riders / horses intending to compete by the qualification deadline corresponding to the numerical entries of July 16, Eventing Riders and horses may obtain the qualification for the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara 2011 at events that take place from January 1, 2010 until the date of the numerical entries, July 16, All rider/horse combinations must have achieved minimum qualification criteria by the date mentioned above in order to obtain an Eventing Qualifying Result in a CCI 3*. Athletes Qualification Manual 27

28 NFs are required to send to the FEI a Certificate of Capability for Senior Continental Competitions (XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara 2011) and a record of results for all riders / horses intending to compete by the qualification deadline corresponding to the numerical entries of July 16, Jumping All riders must have competed in at least one CSI event of any category prior to or in the year of the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara 2011 until the date of the numerical entries: July 16, NFs are required to send to FEI a Certificate of Capability for the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara 2011 Jumping competitions and a record of results for all riders / horses intending to compete by the qualification deadline corresponding to the numerical entries of July 16, e) Qualification System Approval The qualification system was revised and approved by FEI on August 9, f) 2012 London Olympic Qualification The Equestrian competitions during the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara 2011 will be a Qualifying Competition for the 2012 London Olympic Games. During this competition, allocation of places for the Olympic Games will be as follows: Eventing: Two (2) best placed teams from FEI Olympic Groups D (North America) and E (Central/South America) from the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara 2011 will be directly qualified. Eventing Individual(s): (If a NOC is not represented by a Team): the best placed individual from the FEI Olympic World Ranking list from Group D (North America) and E (Central/South America) & additional individual as per the Ranking list. Dressage: Two (2) best placed teams from FEI Olympic Group D (North America) and E (Central/South America) from the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara 2011 will be directly qualified. Dressage Individual(s): (If a NOC is not represented by a Team): the best placed individual from the FEI Olympic World Ranking list from Group D (North America) and E (Central/South America) & additional individual as per the Ranking list. Jumping: Team Competition: the 3 best placed teams from the XVI Pan American Games not already qualified will be included. Jumping: Individual(s) (if a NOC is not represented by a Team): - The NOC of the best placed individual from Olympic Group D (North America) will qualify one (1) rider from the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara The NOC of the four best placed individual from Olympic Group E (Central/South America) will qualify four (4) riders from the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara Athletes Qualification Manual 28

29 13. Fencing Only NOCs recognized by PASO and whose National Fencing Federation is a member of FIE / CPE, and which have the FIE Sport Season, License may enter competitors in the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara b) Maximum Number of Competitors According to the quota established by PASO, there will be a maximum of ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY TWO (152) male and female fencers. c) Qualification System For all individual and team events in the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara 2011 for the following categories: Foil, both genders, Epée, Women, Sabre, Men A total of twenty one (21) fencers will qualify as follows: A maximum of fourteen (14) fencers: two (2) fencers from each one of the top seven placed teams at the Qualification Event for the FENCING competition in the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara 2011, two (2) per country. As the Host Country, México will automatically qualify with two (2) fencers. For the individual events, the top five (5) best placed fencers per individual events at the Qualification Event for the FENCING competition at the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara For all individual events in the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara 2011 for the following categories: According to FIE, the categories which will not have Team Events will be: Epée, Men Sabre, Women A maximum of eighteen (18) fencers in each category, as follows: - Sixteen (16) top best placed fencers from each one of the individual events at the Qualification Event for the FENCING competition in the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara As the Host Country, México will automatically qualify with two (2) fencers. - Mexico, as the Host Country, will not enter athletes in the individual events in any category of the Qualification Event. For all team events in the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara 2011 for the following categories: There will be a maximum of eight (8) teams per category as follows: The top seven best placed teams per category at the Pan American Tournament 2010, Costa Rica. As the Host Country, México will automatically qualify with one (1) team per category In case, Mexico, as the Host Country, qualifies among the top seven best placed in any category of the Team Events at the Pan American Tournament, 2010 to be held in Costa Rica, the eighth (8 ) placed will qualify for the Team Event in that category. d) Qualification System Approval The qualification system was revised and approved by FEI/CPE on February 22, Athletes Qualification Manual 29

30 14. Hockey Only NOCs recognized by PASO and whose National Hockey Federation is a member of FIH and PAHF may enter competitors in the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara b) Maximum Number of Competitors According to the quota established by PASO, there will be a maximum number of one hundred and twenty eight (128) women in eight (8) teams with sixteen (16) competitors each and one hundred twenty eight (128) men in eight (8) teams with sixteen (16) competitors each. Total: TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY SIX (256) athletes. Each NOC may enter a maximum of one (1) team in each event provided the teams have qualified in accordance with FIH/PAHF requirements. c ) Qualification System Approval To be defined by PAHF Athletes Qualification Manual 30

31 15. Football Only NOCs recognized by PASO and whose National Football Federation is a member of FIFA / CONMEBOL / CONCACAF may enter competitors in the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara b) Age of competitors Male competitors must be born on or after January 1, (Sub-22) The Women s competition is an open-age competition with no age restrictions. c) Maximum Number of Competitors According to the quota established by PASO, there will be a maximum of eight (8) male and eight (8) female teams, for a total of TWO HUNDRED AND EIGHTY EIGHT (288) competitors with eighteen (18) players per team. Each NOC may enter a maximum of one (1) team per event, provided the team has qualified in accordance with FIFA/CONMEBOL/CONCACAF requirements. d) Qualification System CONMEBOL (South American Football Confederation) and CONCACAF (Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football) are responsible of establishing a qualification system for the XVI Pan American Games and each will nominate four (4) national teams, per gender, to compete in the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara The qualification criteria will be defined on November 2010 by CONCACAF and CONMEBOL. e) Qualification System Approval Athletes Qualification Manual 31

32 16. Gymnastics 16.1 Artistic Gymnastics Only NOCs recognized by PASO and whose National Gymnastics Federation is a member of FIG/UPAG will be entitled to enter athletes in the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara b) Age of Competitors Men s Artistic Gymnastics: over fifteen (15) year of age on Women s Artistic Gymnastics: over fourteen (14) years of age on c) Maximum Number of Competitors There will be a maximum of fifty-seven (57) Men and fifty-seven (57) Women competitors. Total: ONE HUNDRED FOURTEEN (114) athletes. d) Qualification System The qualifying event for the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara 2011 is the Pan American Cup 2010, to be held in Guadalajara, using the results of Competition I. The qualification applies to the countries and not to the gymnasts, except for the following places: WAG 53 to 57 (women) MAG 53 to 57 (men) Places Place Description Qualification Number 1-42 Team per country One team from each country that qualified from 1 to 7 in the results per teams of Competition I 7 x 6 = gymnasts of each qualified country 8, 9, Individual per 10, 11 and 12 in the results per teams of country Competition I 5 x 2 = 10 5 gymnasts (nominal), maximum one per country, the best placed gymnasts in the Individual by name Individual qualification of Competition I, from 5 x 1 = 5 different countries than the ones already qualified. 57 Athletes Totals 17 countries e) Qualification System Approval The qualification system was revised and approved by UPAG on January 12, Athletes Qualification Manual 32

33 16.2 Rhythmic Gymnastics Only NOCs recognized by PASO and whose National Gymnastics Federation is a member of FIG/PAGU will be entitled to enter athletes in the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara b) Age of Competitors The gymnasts must be fourteen (14) years old in c) Maximum Number of Competitors There will be a maximum of forty-six (46) rhythmic gymnastics competitors. Individuals: sixteen (16) gymnasts Groups: thirty (30) gymnasts d) Qualification System The qualifying event for the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara 2011 is the Pan American Cup 2010, to be held in Guadalajara, using the results of Competition I (qualification per Team, Individual All Around and General Group). The qualification applies to the countries and not to the gymnasts, except for the following places. Individual Places Place Description Qualification Number 1-12 Individual per Two gymnasts from 6 countries whose groups country obtained 1st 6th place of Competition I 2 x 6= Four gymnasts, maximum one per country, Individual per better placed in the Individual qualification of country Competition I 1 x 4= Athletes Totals 10 countries 5 federations whose groups obtained 1st 5th 1-5 Groups 6 x 5= 30 places in the General competition. 30 Athletes Totals 5 countries e) Qualification System Approval The qualification system was revised and approved by PAGU on January 12, Athletes Qualification Manual 33

34 16.3 Trampoline Gymnastics Only NOCs recognized by PASO and whose National Gymnastics Federation is a member of FIG/PAGU will be entitled to enter athletes in the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara b) Age of Competitors Men s Trampoline Gymnastics = seventeen (17) years old. Women s Trampoline Gymnastics = seventeen (17) years old. c) Maximum Number of Competitors There will be a maximum of 16 (sixteen) competitors, eight (8) men s and eight (8) women s trampoline gymnastics competitors. d) Qualification System The qualifying event for the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara 2011 is the Pan American Cup 2010, which will be held in Guadalajara, using the results of Competition I. The qualification applies to the countries and not to the Gymnasts, except for the following places: Men Women Places Place Description Qualification Number gymnasts per From each of the qualified countries 1 to 3 country in the results per teams of Competition I. 3 x 2 = 6 2 gymnasts (nominal), maximum one per country, the best placed gymnasts in the 7-8 Individual by name Individual qualification of Competition I, from 2 x 1 = 2 different countries than the ones already qualified. 8 Athletes Totals 5 Countries e) Qualification System Approval The qualification system was revised and approved by PAGU on January 12, Athletes Qualification Manual 34

35 17. Handball Only NOCs recognized by PASO and whose National Handball Federation is a member of IHF/PATHF may enter competitors in the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara b) Maximum Number of Competitors According to the quota established by PASO, there will be eight (8) men s team, eight (8) women s team and a maximum of fifteen (15) competitors per team, with a total of TWO HUNDRED AND FORTY (240) male/female competitors. Each NOC may enter a maximum of one (1) team in each event provided it has qualified in accordance with IHF/ PATHF requirements. c) Qualification System Qualification will take place through regional tournaments, considering that Mexico as the host country is automatically qualified in both events of the Handball competition at the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara Region Date Competition Central America 2010 XXI Central American & Caribbean Games Sports Women Men 2 2 South America 2010 ODESUR Games 3 3 North America 2010 CAN x EUA 1 1 The remaining slot, for one (1) team, to complete the eight (8) participating teams will be defined during a Reclassification Tournament that will be played among teams that have not qualified and will be attended by the following teams: Region Place Central America 3 y 4 Competition XXI Central American & Caribbean Games Sports Women Men 2 2 South America 4 ODESUR Games 1 1 North America 2 CAN x EUA 1 1 This Reclassification Tournament will be hosted by one of the involved countries and a deadline will be set by the Pan American Handball Federation for the registration and appointment of the host country. The member countries will be duly informed that they must fulfill such conditions. d) Qualification System Approval The qualification system was revised and approved by PATHF on January 12, Athletes Qualification Manual 35

36 e) London 2012 Olympic Qualification The Handball competition during the XVI Pan American Games will be a qualifying Competition for the London 2012 Olympic Games. The gold medalist team in the men s competition and the Gold Medalist team in the women s competition will be qualified for the London 2012 Olympic Games. Athletes Qualification Manual 36

37 18. Judo Only NOCs recognized by PASO and whose National Judo Federation is affiliated to IJF/PJC may enter competitors in the Judo competition of the XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara In addition, the athlete must be: At least the grade of Shodan; A current member of a National Federation affiliated to IJF and PJC. This means that all fees and assessments due to the National Federation and to PJC must be paid and current. Must have participated in at least two senior events in the past two years. b) Age of competitors Competitors must be fifteen (15) years old on December 31, c) Maximum Number of Competitors According to the quota established by PASO, there will be a maximum of ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY (140) athletes for the Judo competition. Each NOC will be allowed to enter a maximum of one athlete per weight category, provided that he/she has qualified according to the PJC qualification system. d) Qualification System 10 athletes per weight category, including one athlete from Mexico. Event Place Date Pan American Grand Prix 2010 Panama February 2010 Pan American Senior Championship 2010 El Salvador May ODESUR Games and Central American & Caribbean Games Colombia y Puerto Rico March and July 2010 Dual Meet Canada - USA To be defined 2010 Pan American Grand Prix 2011 To be defined February 2011 Pan American Senior Championship 2011 To be defined May Panamerican Qualification Punctuation Board Championship Position Athletes No. Punctuation Scores Totals Pan American 1º 9 or º º º º º 9 or º º º Athletes Qualification Manual 37

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