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FEI publishes Olympic Rankings for Paris 2024

Tuesday, 02 January 2024
Olympic Games 2024


Edited press release from FEI



Following the end of the qualification period at 31 December 2023, the FEI has today published the Olympic Rankings which are used as the basis for the individual qualification slots for Paris 2024 – and, where relevant, for reallocation and composite team purposes as per the qualification systems inherent to each discipline.

The overall quota for the discipline of jumping is 75 horse-and-rider combinations: 20 teams (60 horse-and-rider combinations) and 15 individual horse-and-rider combinations. 

The twenty NOCs that have obtained a team quota place are: France (as host nation), Sweden, the Netherlands, Great Britain, Ireland, Germany, Belgium, Austria, Spain, Switzerland, Israel, Poland, United States of America, Canada, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Australia, Japan, Brazil. These NOCs are still subject to meeting relevant Minimum Eligibility Requirements – Certificate of Capability, which have to be confirmed by 8 January 2024.

The NOCs now have until 5 February 2024 to confirm their team quota place with the exception of France (as host country) who is required to confirm by 8 January 2024.  

Once all twenty teams have been confirmed (including any required reallocation process), only NOCs that have not accepted a team quota place will be eligible to obtain one of the fifteen individual quota places which are based on the FEI Olympic Ranking for Jumping – published today. The ranking compiles the best fifteen results per horse-and-rider combination in Olympic Ranking Events within the period from 1 January 2023 – 31 December 2023. 

If the above twenty NOCs confirm their team allocation and have met all the requirements, the following nations will have qualified an individual qualification slot – which would also need to be confirmed by 18 March 2024 as per the qualification timeline/process: 

Olympic Ranking - Group A: Denmark and Norway

Olympic Ranking - Group B: Italy and Portugal

Olympic Ranking - Group C: Latvia and Greece

Olympic Ranking - Group D and E: Venezuela // through Pan Am Games: Colombia, Argentina, Chile 

Olympic Ranking - Group F: Egypt and Syria

Olympic Ranking - Group G: Thailand and New Zealand 

Highest ranked NOC not yet qualified: Luxembourg 

Total: 15

Should any nations not use their team qualification slot, the reallocation process for unused team quota places would have an impact on the nations listed above.  

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