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    2024 Olympic Quota Tracker

    The World Championships is difficult and prestigious enough as it is. The bragging rights and hardware awarded for winning or even making the podium are what wrestlers from around the world have trained for all of their lives. But, since we’re a year away from the 2024 Olympic Games, the World Championships carry an added significance. 

    Not only do world medalists get tangible rewards for their hard work, but they also have earned their respective countries a slot at the 2024 Olympics. 

    This year’s tournament is actually different from pre-Olympic year’s past. Instead of the top-five finishers automatically qualifying their country for the Olympics, the losers of the bronze medal matches will wrestle-off for that bid. Only five wrestlers per weight will earn quotes in Belgrade. 

    Remember, the individual wrestlers themselves haven’t earned slots at the Olympics, they have earned them on behalf of their country. In many instances, those wrestlers will likely end up in Paris. 

    Below are the countries that have earned Olympic quotas thus far. This list will be updated at the conclusion of each day for the remainder of this tournament. 


    Men’s Freestyle

    57 kg

    Albania, Armenia, Japan, Russia*, Serbia

    65 kg

    Armenia, Hungary, Iran, Puerto Rico, Russia*

    74 kg

    Greece, Japan, Russia*, Serbia, United States

    86 kg

    Iran, Kazakhstan, San Marino, United States, Uzbekistan

    97 kg

    Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Georgia, Turkey, United States

    125 kg

    Georgia, Iran, Russia*, Turkey, United States


    Women's Freestyle

    50 kg

    China, Japan, Mongolia, Turkey, United States

    53 kg

    Belarus*, Ecuador, India, Japan, Sweden

    57 kg

    Japan, Moldova, Nigeria, Poland, United States

    62 kg

    Germany, Japan, Kyrgyzstan, Norway, Ukraine

    68 kg

    France, Japan, Moldova, Mongolia, Turkey

    76 kg

    Colombia, Cuba, Japan, Kyrgyzstan, United States



    60 kg

    China, Iran, Japan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan

    67 kg

    Armenia, Azerbaijan, Cuba, Iran, Serbia

    77 kg

    Armenia, Azerbaijan, Japan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan

    87 kg

    Bulgaria, Hungary, Kazakhstan, Turkey, Ukraine

    97 kg

    Armenia, Cuba, Czech Republic, Iran, Lithuania 

    130 kg

    China, Cuba, Egypt, Iran, Turkey

    *At this time it's unclear how UWW and the Olympic Committee will handle Belarusian/Russian participation at the 2024 Olympics. Until further notice, we will have this spot awarded to Belarus/Russia. 

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