Archery: Reallocations by World Archery as Acceptance Deadline Approaches

Four quotas were reallocated in archery with the deadline approaching. Fiji has declined its men’s quota while New Zealand has declined its women’s quota after previously declining to compete in the men’s individual and mixed team event. Additionally, two nations Chad (men) and Cote d’Ivoire (women) failed to have an athlete reach the minimum qualification score (MQS) and were thus forced to surrender their quotas.

The quotas were reallocated to the highest ranked eligible athlete in the World Ranking List published on June 28th 2021. The quotas went to Belgium’s Jarno De Smedt and Luxembourg’s Jeff Henckels for the men and Estonia’s Reena Parnat and Malaysia’s Nur Aliya Ghapar for the women.

By qualifying an athlete here, Malaysia will be eligible to compete in the mixed team event.

Qualified Nations

Men’s Individual
* Belgium
* Luxembourg

Women’s Individual
* Estonia
* Malaysia

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