Olympic Qualifications

mattiecat13

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Can a country only send one man/woman/team to Nebelhorn? Or can they send more than one, hope one of them finishes where they need to, while the others get mileage on their programs?
 

kwanfan1818

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Can a country only send one man/woman/team to Nebelhorn? Or can they send more than one, hope one of them finishes where they need to, while the others get mileage on their programs?
tl;dr: in Olympic qualifying years, only one entry/member/discipline, within max total entries/discipline limits, whether qualifying or not.

For 2019 and 2020, max participants was 30 for singles, 16 for Pairs, and 25 for Dance. For 2017, a qualifier year, it's the greater of these numbers and the number of NOCs that need to qualify a spot.

In 2017, the last qualification year, the hierarchy is:
1. One entry for every country that needs to qualify. In 2021, this presumably will include countries that can claim a second or third spot.
2. If any spots left, countries that don't need to qualify but placed Top 10 at the prior Nebelhorn could submit one entry. Whether they even have this in 2021, or use 2019 and or 2020 for the Top 10 will be in the 2021 Annoucement.*
3. If any spots left, countries that don't need to qualify and didn't place Top 10 at the prior Nebelhorn could sumbit one entry.

For non-qualification years, it's been the standard Challenger Series three entries/NOC/discipline, subject to reduction by the Organizer if there are more entries than the event maximum/discipline.
 

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