Boxing: Women’s Tripartite Quotas Announced

AIBA has published the female boxing tripartite quotas. One quota for each weight class was reserved for nations which have qualified less than an average of eight athletes to individual events over the past two Olympics.

Overall Central African Republic received a quota for the women’s flyweight (-51kg), the Federated States of Micronesia received a quota for the women’s lightweight (-60kg) and Panama received a quota for the women’s middleweight (-75kg).

We now know all of the nations which will compete in women’s boxing. The men’s tripartite quotas will likely be announced after the final qualification tournament set to take part next week.

 

Quotas by Nations

  • Central African Republic – 1
  • Micronesia – 1
  • Panama -1

 

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Taekwondo: Tripartite Quotas Announced

Update: Change in tripartite quota.

The World Taekwondo Federation has revealed its four tripartite quotas. Central African Republic’s’s David Boui will compete in the men’s -68kg, Aniya Louissant of Haiti will compete in the women’s -67kg, Nepal’s Nisha Rawal will compete in the women’s +67kg and Miguel Ferrera of Honduras will compete in the men’s -80kg. We now know all of the quotas which will compete in taekwondo.

 

Quotas by Nations

  • Central African Republic – 1
  • Haiti – 1
  • Honduras – 1
  • Nepal – 1

 

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