Which women's gymnastics teams have qualified for the Olympics in 2024?

  • United States 
  • Great Britain 
  • Canada 
  • Brazil 
  • France 
  • China 
  • Japan 
  • Netherlands 
  • Italy 
  • Australia 
  • Romania 
  • South Korea 

Which men's gymnastics teams qualified for the Olympics in 2024?

  • United States 
  • Great Britain 
  • Canada 
  • China 
  • Japan 
  • Netherlands 
  • Italy 
  • Ukraine 
  • Spain 
  • Turkey
  • Switzerland 
  • Germany 

What individual women's gymnasts have qualified for the Paris Olympics 2024?

Qualified through the 2023 World Championships

All-Around Qualifiers
Kaylia Nemour (Algeria) Pauline Schaefer (Germany)
Alexa Moreno (Mexico) Filipa Martins (Portugal)
Aleah Finnegan (Philippines) Bettina Lili Czifra (Hungary)
Alba Petisco (Spain) Anna Lashchevska (Ukraine)
Lena Bickel (Switzerland) Hillary Heron (Panama)
Caitlin Rooskrantz (South Africa) Sona Artamonova (Czechia)
Lihie Raz (Israel) Lucija Hribar (Slovenia)
Rifda Irfanaluthfi (Indonesia)  
Apparatus Qualifiers
Csenge Bacskay (Hungary) Ahtziri Sandoval (Mexico)
Ana Perez (Spain) Sarah Voss (Germany)
NOC Individual Qualifier 

Germany

Mexico

Hungary

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Natalia Escalera

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Qualified through the FIG Apparatus World Cup Series 

World Cup Qualifiers
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Qualified through Continental Championships 

Continental Championship Qualifiers
Luisa Blanco (Colombia) 2023 Pan American Games
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Additional Qualifiers 

Tripartite Commission Quota Spot
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What individual men's gymnasts have qualified for the Paris Olympics 2024?

Qualified through the 2023 World Championships

All-Around Qualifiers
Milad Karimi (Kazakhstan) Artem Dolgopyat (Israel)
Artur Davtyan (Armenia) Krisztofer Meszaros (Hungary)
Lee Junho (South Korea) Diogo Soares (Brazil) 
Luka van den Keybus (Belgium) Andrei Muntean (Romania)
Apparatus Qualifiers
Carlos Yulo (Philippines) Rhys McClenaghan (Ireland)
Eleftherios Petrounias (Greece) Kevin Penev (Bulgaria)
Noah Kuavita (Belgium) Tin Srbic (Croatia)
NOC Individual Qualifier 
Brazil South Korea Belgium
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Qualified through the FIG Apparatus World Cup Series 

World Cup Qualifiers
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Qualified through Continental Championships 

Continental Championship Qualifiers
Audrys Nin Reyes (Dominican Republic) 2023 Pan American Games
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Additional Qualifiers

Tripartite Commission quota spot 
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Host nation qualifier 
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Frequently Asked Questions

How do you qualify for Olympic gymnastics?  

There are several ways that gymnasts can qualify for the Olympic Games. The first route is for an NOC to qualify a full team. This can be achieved by placing in the top-three during the team finals at the 2022 World Championships. Then, at the 2023 World Championships, the top-nine eligible countries from the team finals (meaning the three countries who qualified in 2022 are removed from the list), will earn a berth to the Olympics. That is a total of 12 women's teams and 12 men's teams. 

Individual athletes from NOCs that did not qualify a team have several possible routes to qualify to the Olympics as an individual. 

For the women, a total of 23 individual athletes qualified through the qualification round at the 2023 World Championships. 15 nominative spots (the top 15 all-around placements from NOCs that didn't qualify a team) were awarded based on the all-around qualification rankings, plus one nominative spot for the highest-ranked eligible athlete on each event. Additionally, three non-nominative spots for the highest ranked NOCs that did not qualify a team were awarded. The NOC is responsible for deciding which athlete this sport is awarded to. 

For the men, a total of 17 individual athletes qualified through the qualification round at the 2023 World Championships. Eight nominative spots (the top eight all-around placements from NOCs that didn't qualify a team) were awarded based on the all-around qualification rankings, plus one nominative spot for the highest-ranked eligible athlete on each event. Additionally, three non-nominative spots for the highest ranked NOCs that did not qualify a team were awarded. The NOC is responsible for deciding which athlete this sport is awarded to. 

Individuals can also punch a ticket to Paris through the 2024 FIG Apparatus World Cup series. A total of eight women and 12 men will qualify by being among the two highest-ranked eligible athletes on each event.  

Individuals can also qualify through their continents respective championship competition (the European Championships, African Championships, etc.) by being the highest-ranked eligible athlete. A total of five individuals will qualify to Paris through this route. 

Two more spots (one man and one woman) will be awarded through the Tripartite Commission. In order to be eligible for a Tripartite Commission quota spot, an NOC has to have an average of no more than eight athletes in individual sports over the previous two Games. 

The host nation is also guaranteed at least one athlete. Since France did not qualify a men's team to the Games, the NOC will receive one non-nominative individual berth. 

How many gymnasts can be on an Olympic team?

The Olympic team is comprised of five athletes and up to four alternates (two that will travel with the team, two non-traveling).