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August 17/10 13:22 pm - UCI Releases Participation Quotas for Road Worlds


Posted by Editor on 08/17/10
 

Each nation has a precise number of riders defined by the different UCI rankings as of August 15, 2010.

Men's Elite Road Race

Countries qualified according to the classification by nations on August 15th of the UCI World Classification and UCI Continental Circuits, and according to the individual classifications of the World Classification and UCI Continental Circuits:

Qualified Nations by the World Classification

14 enrolled of whom 9 can start:
Spain
Italy
Belgium
Australia
United States of America
Russia
Switzerland
Germany
Netherlands

14 enrolled of whom 6 can start:
Kazakhstan

Qualified Nations by the UCI Africa Tour

Morocco - 9 enrolled of whom 6 can start
South Africa - 5 enrolled of whom 3 can start

Qualified Nations by the UCI America Tour

Colombia - 9 enrolled of whom 6 can start
Venezuela - 9 enrolled of whom 6 can start
Canada - 5 enrolled of whom 3 can start
Brazil - 5 enrolled of whom 3 can start
Argentina - 5 enrolled of whom 3 can start

Qualified Nations by the UCI Asia Tour

Islamic Republic of Iran - 9 enrolled of whom 6 can start
Japan - 5 enrolled of whom 3 can start
Korea - 5 enrolled of whom 3 can start

Qualified Nations by the UCI Europe Tour

France - 9 enrolled of whom 7 can start
Poland - 9 enrolled of whom 6 can start
Slovenia - 9 enrolled of whom 7 can start
Portugal - 9 enrolled of whom 6 can start
Ukraine - 9 enrolled of whom 6 can start
Denmark - 9 enrolled of whom 6 can start
Bulgaria - 5 enrolled of whom 3 can start
Croatia - 5 enrolled of whom 3 can start
Czech Republic - 5 enrolled of whom 3 can start
Lithuania - 5 enrolled of whom 3 can start
Estonia - 5 enrolled of whom 3 can start
Ireland - 5 enrolled of whom 3 can start
Norway - 5 enrolled of whom 3 can start
Great Britain - 5 enrolled of whom 3 can start
Austria - 5 enrolled of whom 3 can start
Serbia - 5 enrolled of whom 3 can start

Qualified Nations by the UCI Oceania Tour

New-Zealand - 5 enrolled of whom 3 can start

Nations which have one rider in the first 100 at individual World ranking:
Luxembourg - 5 enrolled of whom 4 can start
Slovakia - 5 enrolled of whom 3 can start

Nations which have two riders ranked in the individual World ranking:
Belarus - 3 enrolled of whom 2 can start
Sweden - 3 enrolled of whom 2 can start

Nations which have one rider ranked in the individual World ranking:
Uzbekistan - 2 enrolled of whom 1 can start

Nations qualified by the individual ranking of the UCI continental circuits:
Cuba - 2 enrolled of whom 1 can start
Bolivia - 2 enrolled of whom 1 can start
Uruguay - 2 enrolled of whom 1 can start
Chile - 2 enrolled of whom 1 can start
Guatemala - 2 enrolled of whom 1 can start
Costa Rica - 2 enrolled of whom 1 can start
Latvia - 2 enrolled of whom 1 can start
Greece - 2 enrolled of whom 1 can start
Romania - 2 enrolled of whom 1 can start

Men's Under 23 Road Race

Countries qualified according to the classification by nations of the UCI Continental Circuits and Nation's Cup drawn up on August 15th (ranking will be revised on September 13th):

Qualified Nations by the UCI Africa Tour
Eritrea - 10 enrolled of whom 5 can start
South Africa - 8 enrolled of whom 4 can start
Tunisia - 6 enrolled of whom 3 can start
Burkina Faso - 6 enrolled of whom 3 can start

Qualified Nations by the UCI America Tour
Venezuela - 10 enrolled of whom 5 can start
United States of America - 10 enrolled of whom 5 can start
Colombia - 10 enrolled of whom 5 can start
Costa Rica - 8 enrolled of whom 4 can start
Canada - 8 enrolled of whom 4 can start
Netherlands Antilles - 8 enrolled of whom 4 can start
Argentina - 6 enrolled of whom 3 can start
Belize - 6 enrolled of whom 3 can start
Uruguay - 6 enrolled of whom 3 can start

Qualified Nations by the UCI Asia Tour
Islamic Republic of Iran - 10 enrolled of whom 5 can start
Kazakhstan - 10 enrolled of whom 5 can start
Hong Kong - 8 enrolled of whom 4 can start
Japan - 8 enrolled of whom 4 can start
Mongolia - 6 enrolled of whom 3 can start
Korea - 6 enrolled of whom 3 can start

Qualified Nations by the UCI Europe Tour

Belgium - 10 enrolled of whom 5 can start
Netherlands - 10 enrolled of whom 5 can start
Italy - 10 enrolled of whom 5 can start
France - 10 enrolled of whom 5 can start
Slovenia - 10 enrolled of whom 5 can start
Germany - 10 enrolled of whom 5 can start
Poland - 10 enrolled of whom 5 can start
Belarus - 10 enrolled of whom 5 can start
Lithuania - 10 enrolled of whom 5 can start
Russia - 10 enrolled of whom 5 can start
Portugal - 10 enrolled of whom 5 can start
Latvia - 10 enrolled of whom 5 can start
Great Britain - 10 enrolled of whom 5 can start
Romania - 10 enrolled of whom 5 can start
Denmark - 10 enrolled of whom 5 can start
Spain - 8 enrolled of whom 4 can start
Republic of Moldova - 8 enrolled of whom 4 can start
Serbia - 8 enrolled of whom 4 can start
Norway - 8 enrolled of whom 4 can start
Austria - 8 enrolled of whom 4 can start
Bulgaria - 6 enrolled of whom 3 can start
Greece - 6 enrolled of whom 3 can start
Turkey - 6 enrolled of whom 3 can start
Sweden - 6 enrolled of whom 3 can start
Switzerland - 6 enrolled of whom 3 can start
Estonia - 6 enrolled of whom 3 can start

Qualified Nations by the UCI Oceania Tour
Australia - 10 enrolled of whom 5 can start
New Zealand - 6 enrolled of whom 3 can start

If a nation is included in the final classification of the men's Under 23 Nations Cup, but that nation is not yet qualified, it may register 2 riders, 1 of whom can start.  The first 5 nations of the final classification of the men's Under 23 Nations Cup are entitled to an extra rider.  The ranking of the Nations Cup will be updated and published on September 13th, the day after the last round of the Nations Cup. The nations concerned will be informed.

According to the article 9.2.012, the following U23 Continental Champions may be entered in addition to the number of participants which are accorded to their federation:

CC Europe - Piotr Gawronski (Pol)
CC America - Benjamin King (USA)
CC Asia - Yousef Mirza Banihammad (UAE)
CC Africa - Reinardt Janse van Rensburg (RSA)
CC Oceania - Michael Matthews (Aus)

Women's Elite Road Race

Countries qualified according to the classification by nations of the UCI Women Elite drawn up on August 15th:

Qualified Nations by the UCI Women Elite Ranking:

Netherlands - 14 enrolled of whom 5 can start
Germany - 14 enrolled of whom 5 can start
Italy - 14 enrolled of whom 5 can start
Great Britain - 14 enrolled of whom 5 can start
United States of America - 14 enrolled of whom 5 can start
Sweden - 12 enrolled of whom 5 can start
Australia - 12 enrolled of whom 5 can start
Lithuania - 12 enrolled of whom 5 can start
Belgium - 12 enrolled of whom 5 can start
Russia - 12 enrolled of whom 5 can start
New Zealand - 12 enrolled of whom 5 can start
Canada - 12 enrolled of whom 5 can start
France - 12 enrolled of whom 5 can start
Switzerland - 12 enrolled of whom 5 can start
Ukraine - 12 enrolled of whom 5 can start
South Africa - 10 enrolled of whom 5 can start
China - 10 enrolled of whom 5 can start
Korea - 10 enrolled of whom 5 can start
Estonia - 10 enrolled of whom 5 can start
Denmark - 10 enrolled of whom 5 can start

The other nations and the non-ranked nations will have the possibility to qualify 6 riders of whom 3 can start.  The following outgoing World Champion may be entered added to the national selection:  Tatiana Guderzo (Ita)

The following outgoing Continental Champions may be entered in addition to the number of participants which are accorded to their federation.

CC Europe - Noortje Tabak (Ned)
CC Americas - Shelley Evans (USA)
CC Asia - Jin A You (Kor)
CC Afrique - Lynette Burger (RSA)
CC Oceania - Bridie O'Donnell (Aus)


Individual Time Trial (all categories)


All national federations may enter 4 riders of whom 2 may start.

The following outgoing World Champions may be entered added to the national selection:

Men Elite:  Fabian Cancellara (Sui)
Men Under 23:  Jack Bobridge (Aus)
Women Elite:  Kristin Armstrong (USA)

The following outgoing Continental Champions may be entered in addition to the number of participants to which their National Federations are entitled under qualifying rules:

Men Elite
CC Americas - Ivan Mauricio Casas (Col)
CC Africa - Jay Robert Thomson (RSA)
CC Asia - Andrey Mizurov (Kaz)
CC Oceania - Drew Ginn (Aus)

Women Elite
CC Europe - Ellen van Dijk (Ned)
CC Americas - Ana Paola Madrinan Villegas (Col)
CC Asia - Son Eun Ju (Kor)
CC Africa - Cashandra Slingerland (RSA)
CC Oceania - Alexis Rhodes (Aus)

Men Under 23
CC Europe - Alex Dowsett (GBr)
CC Americas - Benjamin King (USA)
CC Asia - Cheung King Lok (HKg)
CC Africa - Reinardt Janse van Rensburg (RSA)
CC Oceania - Michael Matthews (Aus)

 


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