World Athletics Council has approved and published the qualifying standards for sport of athletics at the Paris 2024 Olympic Games. Paris Olympics will takes place from August 2 to 4.
Athletes will be able to qualify for the Olympic Games in two ways, with half of the athletes via entry standards and the rest of the 50% of athletes qualifying through World Athletics Rankings.
The Paris Olympic Games Athletics program will have 23 events equally for women and men and two mixed events; the 4x400m mixed relay and the 35km mixed team race walk.
The qualification window for the 10,000m, combined events, race walks, and relays will start on December 31, 2022, and conclude on June 30, 2024. The qualification window for the marathon runs from November 1, 2022, through April 30, 2024. The qualification period for the rest of the events starts on July 1, 2023, and will end on June 30, 2024.
Word Athletics also established a separate criteria to qualify for the marathon: “For the marathon, any athlete ranked higher than the 65th athlete on the filtered Quota Place “Road to Paris” list on January 30, 2024, will be considered qualified. After January 30, 2024, the remaining 20% of the quota will be determined by the same dual pathway qualification criteria outlined above, without displacing the athletes qualified per January 30, 2024. Any national Olympic committee may choose to reallocate a quota place to an unqualified athlete, provided the athlete in the qualification window has achieved at least a 2:11:30 (men) or 2:29:30 (women) performance,” it said in a statement.
|40||13.27||110m hurdles / 100m hurdles||12.77||40|
|24||8,460||Decathlon / Heptethlon||6,480||24|
|48||1:20:10||20km race walk||1:29:20||48|