23 countries collect Toyko 2020 Paralympic quota places at world championships

10 June 2019
’s-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands
The world para championships awarded 80 of the 140 places available at the next Paralympic Games.

Athletes from 23 different countries won the 80 quota places for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games available at the 2019 World Archery Para Championships in ’s-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands.

The championships acted as the primary qualification tournament and the start of the qualification period – which ends in spring 2020. China collected the most quota places with 11, followed by Russia with eight, and Italy and Turkey with seven.

The remaining 60 quota places will be distributed over the coming 12 months. Read our beginners’ guide to the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games qualification procedure to find out how.

80 quota places

  •  Australia: 1 (1 compound man)
  •  Brazil: 1 (1 compound woman)
  •  China: 11 (2 recurve men, 2 recurve women, 2 compound men, 1 compound woman, 2 W1 men, 2 W1 women)
  •  Czech Republic: 2 (1 W1 man, 1 W1 woman)
  •  Finland: 1 (1 compound man)
  •  France: 2 (1 compound man, 1 compound woman)
  •  Germany: 1 (1 recurve man)
  •  Great Britain: 5 (1 recurve man, 1 recurve woman, 2 compound men, 1 compound woman)
  •  India: 4 (2 recurve men, 2 compound men)
  •  Iran: 6 (2 recurve men, 1 recurve woman, 2 compound men, 1 compound woman)
  •  Italy: 7 (1 recurve man, 2 recurve women, 2 compound men, 2 compound women)
  •  Japan: 4 (1 recurve man, 1 recurve woman, 1 W1 man, 1 W1 woman)
  •  Korea: 3 (1 recurve man, 1 recurve woman, 1 W1 woman)
  •  Malaysia: 1 (1 recurve man)
  •  Poland: 2 (1 recurve man, 1 recurve woman)
  •  Russia: 8 (2 recurve men, 1 recurve woman, 1 compound man, 2 compound women, 1 W1 man, 1 W1 woman)
  •  Singapore: 1 (1 compound woman)
  •  Slovakia: 2 (2 compound men)
  •  Sweden: 1 (1 compound woman)
  •  Thailand: 3 (1 recurve man, 2 compound men)
  •  Turkey: 7 (2 recurve men, 1 recurve woman, 2 compound men, 1 compound woman, 1 W1 man)
  •  Ukraine: 2 (1 recurve woman, 1 compound man)
  •  USA: 5 (2 recurve men, 3 compound men)

The 2019 World Archery Para Championships took place on 3-9 June in ’s-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands.