Athletics at the 2020 Summer Olympics – Qualification

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For the athletics at the 2020 Summer Olympics competitions, the following qualification systems are in place. Qualification ended on 29 June 2021, but for marathon and 50 km race walking, it already ended on 31 May 2021. Some 1900 athletes, from 196 countries, will compete.[1] 103 countries are qualified also through Universality places (initially 101, 61 men and 40 women).

Qualifying standards[edit]

A National Olympic Committee (NOC) may enter up to 3 qualified athletes in each individual event if all athletes meet the entry standard during the qualifying period. An NOC may also enter a maximum of 1 qualified relay team per event. Under the universality rule, NOCs may enter one male athlete and one female athlete, regardless of time, if they have no athletes of that gender meeting the entry standard. This makes it possible for every NOC to have a minimum of two representatives in the sports. These universality spots cannot be used in the combined events, the 10,000 metres, or the 3,000 metre steeplechase.[2][3][4]

The qualifying system for Tokyo 2020 saw fundamental changes from the previous Olympics. While the qualification from Rio 2016 and other previous editions relied on qualifying standards, Tokyo 2020 is primarily based on world ranking. World Athletics, the global sport governing body formerly known as IAAF until a name change in 2019, continues to set qualifying times, but these are "set for the sole purpose of qualifying athletes with exceptional performances unable to qualify through the World Athletics Rankings pathway." The number of entrants per event is capped, with different caps for different events varying from 24 athletes for the combined events to 80 (finally 110) athletes for the marathons.[2][3]

The World Athletics Rankings are based on the average of the best five results for the athlete over the qualifying period. The results are weighted by the importance of the meet.[5]

The qualifying standards may be obtained in various meets during the given period approved by the World Athletics. The qualifying period for the marathon and the 50 km race walk occurs from 1 January 2019 to 5 April 2020 and from 1 December 2020 to 31 May 2021 and the qualifying for the 10,000 m, 20 km race walk and combined events occurs from 1 January 2019 to 5 April 2020 and from 1 December 2020 to 29 June 2021, with the rest of the track and field events happening from 1 May 2019 to 5 April 2020 and from 1 December 2020 to 29 June 2021. The most recent Area Championships may be counted in the ranking, even if not during the qualifying period.[3] On 6 April 2020, the World Athletics announced that the qualification period for the Games was suspended until 30 November 2020, in response to the coronavirus pandemic.[6] In July 2020, World Athletics announced that the suspension period would be lifted for the road events (marathons and race walks) on 1 September 2020.[7]

For the relays, a maximum of sixteen qualified NOCs shall be entitled to each event. The top eight teams in each event at the 2019 World Championships in Athletics (held in Doha from 28 September to 6 October 2019) guarantee a spot on their respective NOCs for the Olympics. The remaining half in each event are selected at the 2021 World Athletics Relays and according to World Athletics Top List as of 29 June 2021.[3]

NOCs with more than three qualified athletes in an individual event may select, using their own rules, athletes from among those qualified. For example, the United States selects athletes based on the result of the 2020 United States Olympic Trials meet, but has a policy of entering every athlete qualified. Sweden only enters athletes good enough to reach at least the eighth position, based on an assessment by the Swedish NOC.

A tracking system of qualification is published by World Athletics: Road to 2020 Olympic Games. This Road to Tokyo tool shows which athletes – subject to being officially selected by their NOC – have qualified to compete. This tool identifies the first 3 qualifiers per country (in bold) but any athlete who has qualified, by Standard or Ranking, can be selected within the limit of 3 per nation. As this is a qualification monitoring tool, not an entry monitoring tool, it won't highlight which athletes have been officially selected by their NOC, but team announcements of many of the leading nations will be later published by World Athletics.

Some 1900 athletes, from more than 190 countries, will compete at the Olympic Games when the athletics will begin on 30 July.

The qualification period for all stadium events finished on 29 June and the qualification system has now been finalised, showing that about 70% of the athletes in individual events have qualified by entry standard and 30% by world ranking position, while 101 universality places have been awarded.

As already reported when the qualification closed for the longer road events, the men's and women's marathon exceeded their event quotas. This is also the case in the men's and women's 10,000m and the women's triple jump. No ranking place was necessary to complete the field in the men's shot put. But in those cases, regardless of the events’ quotas, any athlete with a qualification standard will still be eligible for selection to compete in Tokyo.

Sebastian Coe, president of World Athletics, said: “Olympic qualification processes are always a bit fraught because there's so much on the line for the athletes, but it's exciting to see the Olympic fields take shape as the Tokyo Games approach, and it's pleasing to see that the extended qualifying process we put in place when the Games were postponed last year ultimately allowed more athletes to reach the entry standards”. “With Tokyo 2020 less than a month away, and this last milestone complete, anticipation is growing rapidly for what shapes as an extraordinary competition ahead, based on some of the performances we have seen this year. I'm delighted to see that more than 190 countries will be represented in athletics in Tokyo, reflecting the unmatched universality of our sport, and I look forward to seeing all those athletes competing at the Games from 30 July.”[8]

Athletes must have been born before 1 January 2006 (that, be at least 16 years old at the end of 2021) to compete. Youth athletes (born in 2004 or 2005, age 16 or 17 at the end of 2021) cannot compete in the throwing events, combined events, marathons, race walks, or 10,000 metre events. Junior athletes (born in 2002 or 2003, age 18 or 19 at the end of 2021) may compete in any event but cannot compete in the marathons or the 50 kilometre race walk.[3]

The World Athletics Qualifying Standards are as follows:[9][3]

Men's and mixed events Women's events
Event Entry mark Event Entry mark
100 m 10.05 100 m 11.15
200 m 20.24 200 m 22.80
400 m 44.90 400 m 51.35
800 m 1:45.20 800 m 1:59.50
1500 m 3:35.00 1500 m 4:04.20
5000 m 13:13.50 5000 m 15:10.00
10,000 m 27:28.00 10,000 m 31:25.00
110 m hurdles 13.32 100 m hurdles 12.84
400 m hurdles 48.90 400 m hurdles 55.40
3000 m steeplechase 8:22.00 3000 m steeplechase 9:30.00
Marathon 2:11:30 Marathon 2:29:30
20 km walk 1:21:00 20 km walk 1:31:00
50 km walk 3:50:00
Long jump 8.22 Long jump 6.82
Triple jump 17.14 Triple jump 14.32
High jump 2.33 High jump 1.96
Pole vault 5.80 Pole vault 4.70
Shot put 21.10 Shot put 18.50
Discus throw 66.00 Discus throw 63.50
Hammer throw 77.50 Hammer throw 72.50
Javelin throw 85.00 Javelin throw 64.00
Decathlon 8350 Heptathlon 6420
4 × 100 m relay Top 8 at WAC +
Any unqualified nation that reaches the final of the 2021 World Athletics Relays +
Next best from top lists up to maximum field of 16 teams
4 × 100 m relay Top 8 at WAC +
Any unqualified nation that reaches the final of the 2021 World Athletics Relays +
Next best from top lists up to maximum field of 16 teams
4 × 400 m relay


4 × 400 metres relay (mixed)

4 × 400 m relay

Track events[edit]

Men's track events[edit]

Men's 100 m[edit]

Does not include indoor achievements or races with wind above 2.0 m/s. Entry number: 56 (17 from ranking) + 28 Universality and 1 Invitational. Some sprinters, like Aaron Brown, have been withdrawn (see note #11).

Qualification standard No. of athletes NOC Nominated athletes
Entry standard – 10.05 3  Great Britain Zharnel Hughes
Reece Prescod
Chijindu Ujah
3  Jamaica Yohan Blake
Oblique Seville
Tyquendo Tracey
3  Japan Yuki Koike
Shuhei Tada
Ryota Yamagata[10]
3  Nigeria Enoch Adegoke
Usheoritse Itsekiri
Divine Oduduru
3  South Africa Gift Leotlela
Shaun Maswanganyi
Akani Simbine
3  United States Ronnie Baker
Trayvon Bromell
Fred Kerley
1  Canada Andre De Grasse
Aaron Brown
2  China Su Bingtian
Xie Zhenye
1  Ghana Joseph Amoah
Benjamin Azamati-Kwaku
1  Kenya Mark Odhiambo
Ferdinand Omurwa
1  Antigua and Barbuda Cejhae Greene
1  Australia Rohan Browning
1  Bahamas Samson Colebrooke
1  Barbados Mario Burke
1  Brazil Paulo André de Oliveira
1  Cayman Islands Kemar Hyman
1  France Jimmy Vicaut
1  Indonesia Lalu Muhammad Zohri
1  Iran Hassan Taftian
1  Italy Marcell Jacobs
1  Ivory Coast Arthur Cissé
1  Liberia Emmanuel Matadi
1  Qatar Femi Ogunode
1  Saint Kitts and Nevis Jason Rogers
World ranking
2  Brazil Felipe Bardi dos Santos
Rodrigo do Nascimento
2  Canada Bismark Boateng
Gavin Smellie
1  Switzerland Silvan Wicki
Alex Wilson
2  Turkey Emre Zafer Barnes
Jak Ali Harvey
1  China Wu Zhiqiang
1  Chinese Taipei Yang Chun-han
1  Denmark Kojo Musah
0  France Mouhamadou Fall[11]
1  Italy Filippo Tortu
0  Panama Alonso Edward
1  Portugal Carlos Nascimento
1  Slovakia Ján Volko
1  Sri Lanka Yupun Abeykoon
Universality Places 1  Afghanistan Sha Mahmood Noor Zahi
1  Angola Aveni Miguel
1  American Samoa Nathan Crumpton
1  Belize Shaun Gill
1  Benin Didier Kiki
1  Bolivia Bruno Rojas
1  Cambodia Pen Sokong
1  Democratic Republic of the Congo Oliver Mwimba
1  Federated States of Micronesia Scott Fiti
1  Fiji Banuve Tabakaucoro
1  Gabon Guy Maganga Gorra
1  The Gambia Ebrima Camara
1  Guinea-Bissau Seco Camara
1  Guyana Emanuel Archibald
1  Kiribati Lataisi Mwea
1  Maldives Hassan Saaid
1  Nauru Jonah Harris
1  Nicaragua Yeykell Romero
1  Niger Badamassi Saguirou
1  Oman Barakat Al-Harthi
1  Palau Adrian Ililau
1  Tajikistan Ildar Akhmadiev
1  Togo Fabrice Dabla
1  Tonga Ronald Fotofili
1  Tuvalu Karalo Maibuca
1  United Arab Emirates Mohamed Alhammadi
1  Zimbabwe Ngoni Makusha
Invitational Places 1  Refugee Olympic Team Dorian Keletela
Total 79[12]

Men's 200 m[edit]

Entry number: 56. Withdrawn after qualification by standard or ranking: Miguel Francis, Benjamin Azamati-Kwaku, Zharnel Hughes, Christophe Lemaitre, Mouhamadou Fall, Paulo André de Oliveira, Felipe Bardi dos Santos, Méba-Mickaël Zeze, Jeffrey John.

Qualification standard No. of athletes NOC Nominated athletes
Entry standard – 20.24 1  Great Britain Miguel Francis
Adam Gemili
Zharnel Hughes
3  United States Kenny Bednarek
Erriyon Knighton
Noah Lyles
2  Canada Aaron Brown
Andre De Grasse
1  Ghana Joseph Amoah
Benjamin Azamati-Kwaku
2  Jamaica Rasheed Dwyer
Julian Forte
2  South Africa Shaun Maswanganyi
Clarence Munyai
2  Trinidad and Tobago Kyle Greaux
Jereem Richards
0  Bahamas Steven Gardiner
0  Barbados Mario Burke
0  Botswana Isaac Makwala
1  Brazil Aldemir da Silva Júnior
1  China Xie Zhenye
1  Colombia Bernardo Baloyes
1  Dominican Republic Yancarlos Martínez
0  Ecuador Álex Quiñónez
1  Japan Abdul Hakim Sani Brown
1  Liberia Joseph Fahnbulleh
1  Nigeria Divine Oduduru
1  Panama Alonso Edward
1  Qatar Femi Ogunode
0  Switzerland Alex Wilson
1  Turkey Ramil Guliyev
1  Zambia Sydney Siame
World ranking 2  Brazil Jorge Vides
Lucas Vilar
2  Ireland Marcus Lawler
Leon Reid
2  Italy Fausto Desalu
Antonio Infantino
2  Japan Shota Iizuka
Jun Yamashita
1  Belgium Robin Vanderbemden
1  Canada Brendon Rodney
1  Czech Republic Jan Jirka
1  Germany Steven Müller
1  Great Britain Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake
1  Liberia Emmanuel Matadi
1  Lithuania Gediminas Truskauskas
1  Netherlands Taymir Burnet
1  Slovakia Ján Volko
1  South Africa Anaso Jobodwana
1  Switzerland William Reais
1  Ukraine Serhiy Smelyk
Universality Places 1  Brunei Muhd Noor Firdaus Ar-Rasyid
1  Cameroon Emmanuel Eseme
1  El Salvador José Andrés Salazar
1  Eswatini Sibusiso Matsenjwa
1  Lebanon Noureddine Hadid
1  Mali Fodé Sissoko
Total 50

Men's 400 m[edit]

Entry number: 48.

Qualification standard No. of athletes NOC Nominated athletes
Entry standard – 44.90 3  United States Michael Cherry
Michael Norman
Randolph Ross
2  Jamaica Nathon Allen
Demish Gaye
2  Trinidad and Tobago Machel Cedenio
Dwight St. Hillaire
1  Bahamas Steven Gardiner
0  Bahrain Abbas Abubakar Abbas
1  Barbados Jonathan Jones
1  Botswana Isaac Makwala
1  Colombia Anthony Zambrano
1  Grenada Kirani James
1  Italy Davide Re
1  Kenya Emmanuel Korir
1  South Africa Wayde van Niekerk
World ranking 2  Australia Alex Beck
Steven Solomon
2  Belgium Kevin Borlée
Jonathan Sacoor
2  Netherlands Liemarvin Bonevacia
Jochem Dobber
2  South Africa Zakithi Nene
Thapelo Phora
1  Bahamas Alonzo Russell
1  Botswana Leungo Scotch
1  Brazil Lucas Carvalho
1  Colombia Jhon Perlaza
1  Czech Republic Pavel Maslák
1  Germany Marvin Schlegel
1  Italy Edoardo Scotti
1  Jamaica Christopher Taylor
1  Japan Julian Walsh
1  Kazakhstan Mikhail Litvin
1  Poland Karol Zalewski
1  Portugal Ricardo dos Santos
1  Saudi Arabia Mazen Al-Yassin
1  Slovenia Luka Janežič
1  Spain Óscar Husillos
1  Switzerland Ricky Petrucciani
1  Trinidad and Tobago Deon Lendore
Universality Places 1  Bangladesh Mohammad Jahir Rayhan
1  Chad Bachir Mahamat
1  Iraq Taha Hussein Yaseen
1  Madagascar Todisoa Rabearison
1  North Macedonia Jovan Stojoski
1  Republic of the Congo Gilles Anthony Afoumba
1  Sudan Sadam Koumi
1  Yemen Ahmed Al-Yaari
Total 48

Men's 800 m[edit]

Entry number: 48. No qualified by ranking.

Qualification standard No. of athletes NOC Nominated athletes
Entry standard – 1:45.20
3  Australia Peter Bol
Charlie Hunter
Jeff Riseley
3  France Pierre-Ambroise Bosse
Benjamin Robert
Gabriel Tual
3  Great Britain Oliver Dustin
Elliot Giles
Daniel Rowden
3  Kenya Emmanuel Korir
Ferguson Rotich
Michael Saruni
3  Morocco Abdelati El Guesse
Oussama Nabil
Mostafa Smaili
2  Poland Mateusz Borkowski
Patryk Dobek
Marcin Lewandowski
3  Puerto Rico Andrés Arroyo
Ryan Sánchez
Wesley Vázquez
3  Spain Adrián Ben
Saúl Ordóñez
Pablo Sánchez-Valladares
3  United States Bryce Hoppel
Isaiah Jewett
Clayton Murphy
1  Algeria Yassine Hethat
Djamel Sejati
2  Canada Marco Arop
Brandon McBride
1  Ethiopia Teddese Lemi
Melese Nberet
1  Belgium Eliott Crestan
1  Bosnia and Herzegovina Amel Tuka
1  Botswana Nijel Amos
1  Brazil Thiago André
1  Burundi Éric Nzikwinkunda
1  Djibouti Ayanleh Souleiman
1  Ireland Mark English
1  Mexico Jesús Tonatiú López
1  Netherlands Tony van Diepen
1  Qatar Abubaker Haydar Abdalla
1  Sweden Andreas Kramer
1  Tunisia Abdessalem Ayouni
World ranking 0
Universality Places 1  Andorra Pol Moya
1  Central African Republic Francky Mbotto
1  Cook Islands Alex Beddoes
1  Dominica Dennick Luke
1  Kosovo Musa Hajdari
Invitational Places 1  Refugee Olympic Team James Chiengjiek
Total 48

Men's 1500 m[edit]

Entry number: 45.

Qualification standard No. of athletes NOC Nominated athletes
Entry standard – 3:35.00 3  Australia Jye Edwards
Ollie Hoare
Stewart McSweyn
3  Ethiopia Samuel Abate
Teddese Lemi
Samuel Tefera
3  France Azeddine Habz
Alexis Miellet
Baptiste Mischler
3  Great Britain Jake Heyward
Josh Kerr
Jake Wightman
3  Kenya Timothy Cheruiyot
Abel Kipsang
Charles Simotwo
3  Morocco Soufiane El Bakkali
Anass Essayi
Abdelatif Sadiki
2  Norway Filip Ingebrigtsen
Jakob Ingebrigtsen
2  Poland Marcin Lewandowski
Michał Rozmys
2  Qatar Abdirahman Saeed Hassan
Adam Ali Musab
2  Spain Ignacio Fontes
Adel Mechaal
2  United States Matthew Centrowitz
Yared Nuguse
0  Algeria Taoufik Makhloufi
1  Bahrain Sadik Mikhou
1  Belgium Ismael Debjani
0  Canada Justyn Knight
1  Djibouti Ayanleh Souleiman
1  Germany Robert Farken
1  New Zealand Sam Tanner
0  ROC [Note RUS] Vladimir Nikitin
1  Sweden Kalle Berglund
1  Uganda Ronald Musagala
World ranking 1  Brazil Thiago André
1  Germany Amos Bartelsmeyer
1  Hungary István Szögi
1  Ireland Andrew Coscoran
1  Luxembourg Charles Grethen
1  New Zealand Nick Willis
1  Spain Jesús Gómez
1  United States Cole Hocker
Universality Places 1  Timor-Leste Felisberto de Deus
1  Equatorial Guinea Benjamín Enzema
1  Somalia Ali Idow Hassan
1  South Sudan Abraham Guem
Invitational Places 1  Refugee Olympic Team Paulo Amotun Lokoro
Total 48

Men's 5000 m[edit]

Entry number: 42.

Qualification standard No. of athletes NOC Nominated athletes
Entry standard – 13:13.50 2  Australia David McNeill
Stewart McSweyn
Patrick Tiernan
3  Canada Mohammed Ahmed
Luc Bruchet
Justyn Knight
3  Ethiopia Nibret Melak
Milkesa Mengesha
Getnet Wale
3  Kenya Samuel Chebole
Daniel Ebenyo
Nicholas Kimeli
3  Uganda Oscar Chelimo
Joshua Cheptegei
Jacob Kiplimo
3  United States Paul Chelimo
Grant Fisher
Woody Kincaid
2  Bahrain Birhanu Balew
Dawit Fikadu
2  France Jimmy Gressier
Hugo Hay
2  Great Britain Andrew Butchart
Marc Scott
0  Norway Filip Ingebrigtsen
Jakob Ingebrigtsen
1  Belgium Isaac Kimeli
1  Guatemala Luis Grijalva
1  Italy Yemaneberhan Crippa
1  South Africa Lesiba Precious Mashele
1  Spain Mohamed Katir
World ranking 2  Japan Yuta Bando
Hiroki Matsueda
1  Morocco Soufiyan Bouqantar
Zouhair Talbi
1  Switzerland Jonas Raess
Julien Wanders
1  Australia Morgan McDonald
1  Belgium Robin Hendrix
1  Germany Mohamed Mohumed
1  Netherlands Mike Foppen
1  Norway Narve Gilje Nordås
0  Spain Carlos Mayo
Universality Places 1  Kyrgyzstan Nursultan Keneshbekov
1  Mauritania Abidine Abidine
Invitational Places 1  Refugee Olympic Team Jamal Abdelmaji Eisa Mohammed
Total 40

Men's 10,000 m[edit]

Entry number: initial target of 27. 28 runners, one more, originally qualified by entry standard. However, two athletes withdrew, reducing the field to 26 athletes.

Qualification standard No. of athletes NOC Nominated athletes
Entry standard – 27:28.00 3  Ethiopia Berihu Aregawi
Selemon Barega
Yomif Kejelcha
3  Kenya Rhonex Kipruto
Rodgers Kwemoi
Weldon Langat
3  Uganda Joshua Cheptegei
Jacob Kiplimo
Stephen Kissa
3  United States Grant Fisher
Woody Kincaid
Joe Klecker
1  Australia Stewart McSweyn
Patrick Tiernan
1  Belgium Bashir Abdi
Isaac Kimeli
2  Great Britain Sam Atkin
Marc Scott
2  Japan Akira Aizawa
Tatsuhiko Ito
0  Bahrain Birhanu Balew
1  Canada Mohammed Ahmed
1  Eritrea Aron Kifle
1  France Morhad Amdouni
1  Italy Yemaneberhan Crippa
0  Morocco Zouhair Talbi
0  Norway Sondre Nordstad Moen
1  Spain Carlos Mayo
1  Switzerland Julien Wanders
1  Thailand Kieran Tuntivate
World ranking 0
Total 25

Men's 110 m hurdles[edit]

Do not include indoor achievements. Entry number: 40.

Qualification standard No. of athletes NOC Nominated athletes
Entry standard – 13.32 3  France Wilhem Belocian
Aurel Manga
Pascal Martinot-Lagarde
3  Jamaica Ronald Levy
Hansle Parchment
Damion Thomas
3  Japan Shunsuke Izumiya
Taio Kanai
Shunya Takayama
3  United States Devon Allen
Grant Holloway
Daniel Roberts
2  Brazil Gabriel Constantino
Eduardo de Deus
2  Spain Asier Martínez
Orlando Ortega
1  Barbados Shane Brathwaite
1  Belarus Vitali Parakhonka
1  Belgium Michael Obasuyi
1  China Xie Wenjun
1  Cyprus Milan Trajkovic
1  Finland Elmo Lakka
1  Great Britain Andrew Pozzi
1  Italy Paolo Dal Molin
1  ROC[Note RUS] Sergey Shubenkov
1  South Africa Antonio Alkana
World ranking 1  Australia Nicholas Hough
1  Brazil Rafael Henrique Pereira
1  Chinese Taipei Chen Kuei-ru
1  Germany Gregor Traber
1  Great Britain David King
1  Greece Konstantinos Douvalidis
1  Hungary Valdó Szűcs
1  Italy Hassane Fofana
1  Kuwait Yaqoub Al-Youha
1  Poland Damian Czykier
1  Switzerland Jason Joseph
Universality Places 1  Comoros Fadane Hamadi
1  Hong Kong Chan Chung Wang
1  Mauritius Jérémie Lararaudeuse
1  Senegal Louis François Mendy
1  Virgin Islands Eddie Lovett
Total 42

Men's 400 m hurdles[edit]

Entry number: 40.

Qualification standard No. of athletes NOC Nominated athletes
Entry standard – 48.90 3  Japan Takatoshi Abe
Kazuki Kurokawa
Hiromu Yamauchi
3  United States Rai Benjamin
David Kendziera
Kenny Selmon
2  Brazil Alison dos Santos
Márcio Teles
2  Jamaica Jaheel Hyde
Kemar Mowatt
1  Algeria Abdelmalik Lahoulou
1  British Virgin Islands Kyron McMaster
1  Estonia Rasmus Mägi
1  France Ludvy Vaillant
1  Germany Constantin Preis
1  Ireland Thomas Barr
0  Kenya Moitalel Naadokila
1  Norway Karsten Warholm
0  Poland Patryk Dobek
1  Qatar Abderrahman Samba
1  South Africa Sokwakhana Zazini
0  Switzerland Kariem Hussein
1  Turkey Yasmani Copello
World ranking 2  Germany Joshua Abuaku
Luke Campbell
1  Chinese Taipei Chen Chieh
1  Costa Rica Gerald Drummond
1  Czech Republic Vít Müller
1  France Wilfried Happio
1  Hungary Máté Koroknai
1  India M. P. Jabir
0  Iran Mahdi Pirjahan
1  Italy Alessandro Sibilio
1  Jamaica Shawn Rowe
1  Netherlands Ramsey Angela
Nick Smidt
1  Spain Sergio Fernández
1  Tunisia Mohamed Touati
Universality Places 1  Cape Verde Jordin Andrade
1  Mozambique Creve Armando Machava
1  Seychelles Ned Justeen Azemia
Total 36

Men's 3000 m steeplechase[edit]

Entry number: 45.

Qualification standard No. of athletes NOC Nominated athletes
Entry standard – 8:22.00 3  Ethiopia Lamecha Girma
Bikila Tadese Takele
Getnet Wale
3  France Djilali Bedrani
Louis Gilavert
Alexis Phelut
3  Italy Ahmed Abdelwahed
Ala Zoghlami
Osama Zoghlami
3  Japan Ryoma Aoki
Ryuji Miura
Kosei Yamaguchi
3  Kenya Leonard Bett
Abraham Kibiwott
Benjamin Kigen
3  Morocco Abdelkarim Ben Zahra
Soufiane El Bakkali
Mohamed Tindouft
3  Spain Daniel Arce
Fernando Carro
Sebastián Martos
3  Sweden Emil Blomberg
Vidar Johansson
Simon Sundström
3  United States Hillary Bor
Mason Ferlic
Benard Keter
1  Algeria Hicham Bouchicha
Bilal Tabti
2  Canada John Gay
Matthew Hughes
2  Great Britain Phil Norman
Zak Seddon
1  Australia Edward Trippas
1  Bahrain John Kibet Koech
1  Denmark Ole Hesselbjerg
1  Eritrea Yemane Haileselassie
1  Finland Topi Raitanen
1  India Avinash Sable
1  Uganda Albert Chemutai
World ranking 2  Australia Ben Buckingham
Matthew Clarke
1  Brazil Altobeli da Silva
1  Colombia Carlos San Martín
1  Germany Karl Bebendorf
Total 44

Women's track events[edit]

Women's 100 m[edit]

Does not include indoor achievements.

Qualification standard No. of athletes NOC Nominated athletes
Entry standard – 11.15 3  China Ge Manqi
Liang Xiaojing
Wei Yongli
2  Germany Alexandra Burghardt
Lisa Mayer
Tatjana Pinto
3  Great Britain Dina Asher-Smith
Daryll Neita
Asha Philip
3  Jamaica Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce
Shericka Jackson
Elaine Thompson Herah
3  Switzerland Ajla Del Ponte
Mujinga Kambundji
Salomé Kora
3  United States Teahna Daniels
Javianne Oliver
Jenna Prandini[13]
2  Ivory Coast Murielle Ahouré
Marie-Josée Ta Lou
1  Netherlands Dafne Schippers
Marije van Hunenstijn
2  Nigeria Nzubechi Grace Nwokocha
Blessing Okagbare
2  Trinidad and Tobago Michelle-Lee Ahye
Kelly-Ann Baptiste
1  Bahamas Tynia Gaither
1  Barbados Tristan Evelyn
0  Bulgaria Ivet Lalova-Collio
1  Canada Crystal Emmanuel
1  The Gambia Gina Bass
0  Poland Ewa Swoboda
1  Portugal Lorène Bazolo
0  South Africa Carina Horn
1  Zambia Rhodah Njobvu
World ranking 2  Brazil Vitória Cristina Rosa
Rosângela Santos
2  Italy Anna Bongiorni
Vittoria Fontana
1  Australia Hana Basic
1  Belarus Krystsina Tsimanouskaya
1  Bulgaria Inna Eftimova
1  Canada Khamica Bingham
1  Ecuador Ángela Tenorio
0  Egypt Bassant Hemida
0  Finland Lotta Kemppinen
1  Greece Rafaéla Spanoudaki-Hatziriga
1  Guyana Jasmine Abrams
1  India Dutee Chand
1  Israel Diana Vaisman
0  Kazakhstan Olga Safronova
0  Netherlands Jamile Samuel
0  Nigeria Rosemary Chukwuma
0  Poland Pia Skrzyszowska
1  Slovenia Maja Mihalinec Zidar
1  Spain María Isabel Pérez
Universality places 1  Afghanistan Kamia Yousufi
1  Antigua and Barbuda Joella Lloyd
1  Chinese Taipei Hsieh Hsi-en
1  Comoros Amed Elna
1  Equatorial Guinea Alba Mbo Nchama
1  Guam Regine Tugade
1  Guinea Aïssata Deen Conte
1  Indonesia Alvin Tehupeiory
1  Iran Farzaneh Fasihi
1  Kuwait Mudhawi Al-Shammari
1  Laos Silina Pha Aphay
1  Libya Hadel Aboud
1  Malawi Asimenye Simwaka
1  Malaysia Azreen Nabila Alias
1  Mali Djenebou Dante
1  Malta Carla Scicluna
1  Mauritania Houlèye Ba
1  Monaco Charlotte Afriat
1  Nepal Sarswati Chaudhary
1  Oman Mazoon Al-Alawi
1  Palestine Hanna Barakat
1  Qatar Bashair Obaid Al-Manwari
1  Republic of the Congo Natacha Ngoye Akamabi
1  Saint Kitts and Nevis Amya Clarke
1  Saudi Arabia Yasmeen Al-Dabbagh
1  Sierra Leone Maggie Barrie
1  Tuvalu Matie Stanley
Total 45+27

Women's 200 m[edit]

Qualification standard No. of athletes NOC Nominated athletes
Entry standard – 22.80 2  Bahamas Brianne Bethel
Tynia Gaither
Shaunae Miller-Uibo
Anthonique Strachan
1  Great Britain Dina Asher-Smith
Beth Dobbin
Jodie Williams
3  Jamaica Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce
Shericka Jackson
Elaine Thompson Herah
1  Nigeria Nzubechi Grace Nwokocha
Favour Ofili
Blessing Okagbare
3  United States Anavia Battle
Jenna Prandini
Gabrielle Thomas
2  Namibia Beatrice Masilingi
Christine Mboma
1  Australia Riley Day
0  Belarus Krystsina Tsimanouskaya
0  Belgium Cynthia Bolingo
1  Brazil Vitória Cristina Rosa
1  Bulgaria Ivet Lalova-Collio
1  Canada Crystal Emmanuel
1  France Gémima Joseph
1  The Gambia Gina Bass
1  Germany Lisa-Marie Kwayie
0  Iraq Dana Hussain
1  Ivory Coast Marie-Josée Ta Lou
1  Netherlands Dafne Schippers
1  Niger Aminatou Seyni
0  Puerto Rico Jasmine Camacho-Quinn
1  Slovenia Maja Mihalinec
1  Switzerland Mujinga Kambundji
0  Tajikistan Gulsumbi Sharifova
1  Zambia Rhodah Njobvu
World ranking 1  Germany Rebekka Haase
Jessica-Bianca Wessolly
2  Italy Gloria Hooper
Dalia Kaddari
1  Belgium Imke Vervaet
1  Brazil Ana Carolina Azevedo
1  Bulgaria Inna Eftimova
0  Dominican Republic Marileidy Paulino
0  Egypt Bassant Hemida
1  Greece Rafaéla Spanoudaki-Hatziriga
1  India Dutee Chand
1  Ireland Phil Healy
1  Kazakhstan Olga Safronova
1  Netherlands Jamile Samuel
1  Portugal Lorène Bazolo
1  Spain Jaël Bestué
0  Switzerland Sarah Atcho
Universality places 1  Pakistan Najma Parveen
1  Philippines Kristina Knott
1  Singapore Shanti Pereira
1  South Sudan Lucia Moris
Total 42

Women's 400 m[edit]

Qualification standard No. of athletes NOC Nominated athletes
Entry standard – 51.35 3  Botswana Christine Botlogetswe
Amantle Montsho
Galefele Moroko
3  Great Britain Ama Pipi
Jodie Williams
Nicole Yeargin
3  Jamaica Roneisha McGregor
Candice McLeod
Stephenie Ann McPherson
1  Poland Iga Baumgart-Witan
Natalia Kaczmarek
Justyna Święty-Ersetic
3  United States Allyson Felix
Quanera Hayes
Wadeline Jonathas
2  Canada Kyra Constantine
Natassha McDonald
2  Netherlands Lieke Klaver
Lisanne de Witte
1  Australia Bendere Oboya
1  Bahamas Shaunae Miller-Uibo
1  Barbados Sada Williams
1  Belgium Cynthia Bolingo
1  Cuba Roxana Gómez
1  Cyprus Eleni Artymata
1  Czech Republic Barbora Malíková
1  Dominican Republic Marileidy Paulino
1  France Amandine Brossier
1  Grenada Meleni Rodney
1  Guyana Aliyah Abrams
1  Kenya Hellen Syombua
1  Mexico Paola Morán
1  Portugal Cátia Azevedo
World ranking 1  Austria Susanne Walli
1  Brazil Tiffani Marinho
1  Czech Republic Lada Vondrová
1  Germany Corinna Schwab
1  Greece Irini Vasiliou
1  Ireland Phil Healy
1  Lithuania Agnė Šerkšnienė
1  Nigeria Patience Okon George
0  Romania Andrea Miklós
1  Slovenia Anita Horvat
1  Spain Aauri Bokesa
1  Uganda Leni Shida
1  Ukraine Tetyana Melnyk
Universality places
1  Belize Samantha Dirks
1  Cayman Islands Shalysa Wray
1  Jordan Aliya Boshnak
Total 46

Women's 800 m[edit]

Qualification standard No. of athletes NOC Nominated athletes
Entry standard – 1:59.50 2  Ethiopia Habitam Alemu
Netsanet Desta
Werkwuha Getachew
3  Great Britain Alexandra Bell
Keely Hodgkinson
Jemma Reekie
3  Kenya Mary Moraa
Eunice Sum
Emily Cherotich Tuei
3  United States Athing Mu
Raevyn Rogers
Ajeé Wilson
2  Canada Melissa Bishop-Nriagu
Lindsey Butterworth
2  Germany Christina Hering
Katharina Trost
2  Uganda Halimah Nakaayi
Winnie Nanyondo
1  Australia Catriona Bisset
1  China Wang Chunyu
1  Cuba Rose Mary Almanza
1  France Rénelle Lamote
1  Jamaica Natoya Goule
0  Ukraine Olha Lyakhova
World ranking 3  Ireland Síofra Cléirigh Büttner
Nadia Power
Louise Shanahan
3  Poland Joanna Jóźwik
Angelika Sarna
Anna Wielgosz
2  Switzerland Lore Hoffmann
Delia Sclabas
1  Australia Morgan Mitchell
1  Benin Noélie Yarigo
1  Canada Madeleine Kelly
1  Finland Sara Kuivisto
1  Hungary Bianka Kéri
1  Italy Elena Bellò
1  Latvia Līga Velvere
1  Morocco Rababe Arafi
1  Norway Hedda Hynne
1  Slovakia Gabriela Gajanová
1  Spain Natalia Romero
0  Sweden Lovisa Lindh[14]
1  Uruguay Déborah Rodríguez
Universality places 1  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Shafiqua Maloney
1  São Tomé and Príncipe D'Jamila Tavares
1  Sri Lanka Nimali Liyanarachchi
Invitational Places 1  Refugee Olympic Team Rose Lokonyen
Total 46

Women's 1500 m[edit]

Qualification standard No. of athletes NOC Nominated athletes
Entry standard – 4:04.20 3  Ethiopia Freweyni Gebreezibeher
Lemlem Hailu
Diribe Welteji
3  Kenya Winny Chebet
Edinah Jebitok
Faith Kipyegon
3  United States Heather MacLean
Cory McGee
Elle Purrier St. Pierre
2  Australia Linden Hall
Jessica Hull
2  Canada Gabriela Debues-Stafford
Natalia Hawthorn
2  Great Britain Laura Muir
Katie Snowden
0  Belarus Daryia Barysevich
1  Belgium Elise Vanderelst
1  Germany Hanna Klein
1  Ireland Ciara Mageean
1  Morocco Rababe Arafi
1  Netherlands Sifan Hassan
1  Romania Claudia Bobocea
1  Spain Esther Guerrero
1  Uganda Winnie Nanyondo
World ranking 3  Czech Republic Kristiina Mäki
Diana Mezuliáníková
Simona Vrzalová
2  Italy Federica Del Buono
Gaia Sabbatini
2  Japan Nozomi Tanaka
Ran Urabe
2  Portugal Salomé Afonso
Marta Pen Freitas
1  Australia Georgia Griffith
1  Canada Lucia Stafford
1  Finland Sara Kuivisto
1  Germany Caterina Granz
1  Great Britain Revée Walcott-Nolan
1  Ireland Sarah Healy
1  Jamaica Aisha Praught-Leer
1  Mexico Laura Galván
1  Poland Martyna Galant
1  Spain Marta Pérez
1  Uruguay María Pía Fernández
Universality places 1  Djibouti Souhra Ali Mohamed
Invitational places 1  Refugee Olympic Team Anjelina Lohalith
Total 45

Women's 5000 m[edit]

Qualification standard No. of athletes NOC Nominated athletes
Entry standard – 15:10.00 3  Canada Andrea Seccafien
Julie-Anne Staehli
Kate Van Buskirk[15]
3  Ethiopia Ejgayehu Taye
Senbere Teferi
Gudaf Tsegay
3  Great Britain Jessica Judd
Amy-Eloise Markovc
Eilish McColgan
3  Kenya Hellen Obiri
Lilian Kasait Rengeruk
Agnes Jebet Tirop
3  Uganda Esther Chebet
Sarah Chelangat
Prisca Chesang
3  United States Elise Cranny
Rachel Schneider
Karissa Schweizer
2  Australia Isobel Batt-Doyle
Rose Davies
2  Japan Ririka Hironaka
Nozomi Tanaka
2  Netherlands Sifan Hassan
Diane van Es
0  Bahrain Kalkidan Gezahegne
1  Burundi Francine Niyonsaba
1  Eritrea Rahel Daniel
1  Israel Selamawit Teferi
1  Italy Nadia Battocletti
1  Mexico Laura Galván
0  Morocco Siham Hilali
1  New Zealand Camille Buscomb
1  Norway Karoline Bjerkeli Grøvdal
1  South Africa Dominique Scott
1  Turkey Yasemin Can
World ranking 0  Albania Luiza Gega
1  Australia Jenny Blundell
1  Japan Kaede Hagitani
0  Netherlands Maureen Koster
1  Slovenia Klara Lukan
1  Spain Lucía Rodríguez
Universality places 1  Rwanda Marthe Yankurije
Total 38

Women's 10,000 m[edit]

The initial target for Entry standard (27) has been exceeded.

Qualification standard No. of athletes NOC Nominated athletes
Entry standard – 31:25.00 3  Ethiopia Tsigie Gebreselama
Tsehay Gemechu
Letesenbet Gidey
3  Japan Yuka Ando
Ririka Hironaka
Hitomi Niiya
3  Kenya Sheila Chelangat
Irene Chepet Cheptai
Hellen Obiri
3  United States Alicia Monson
Karissa Schweizer
Emily Sisson
2  Great Britain Jessica Judd
Eilish McColgan
1  Israel Lonah Chemtai Salpeter
Selamawit Teferi
2  Netherlands Sifan Hassan
Susan Krumins
2  Sweden Meraf Bahta
Sarah Lahti
1  Bahrain Kalkidan Gezahegne
1  Burundi Francine Niyonsaba
1  Canada Andrea Seccafien
1  Eritrea Dolshi Tesfu
1  Germany Konstanze Klosterhalfen
1  New Zealand Camille Buscomb
1  Norway Karoline Bjerkeli Grøvdal
1  South Africa Dominique Scott
1  Turkey Yasemin Can
1  Uganda Mercyline Chelangat
World ranking 0
Total 29

Women's 100 m hurdles[edit]

Does not include indoor achievements

Qualification standard No. of athletes NOC Nominated athletes
Entry standard – 12.84 3  Jamaica Britany Anderson
Megan Tapper
Yanique Thompson
3  United States Christina Clemons
Gabbi Cunningham
Kendra Harrison
2  Bahamas Devynne Charlton
Pedrya Seymour
2  Finland Reetta Hurske
Annimari Korte
2  Great Britain Tiffany Porter
Cindy Sember
2  Poland Klaudia Siciarz
Pia Skrzyszowska
1  Australia Elizabeth Clay
1  Belarus Elvira Herman
1  Burkina Faso Marthe Koala
1  Costa Rica Andrea Vargas
1  France Cyréna Samba-Mayela
1  Hungary Luca Kozák
1  Italy Luminosa Bogliolo
1  Netherlands Nadine Visser
1  Nigeria Tobi Amusan
1  Puerto Rico Jasmine Camacho-Quinn
World ranking 3  Japan Masumi Aoki
Ayako Kimura
Asuka Terada
1  Belgium Anne Zagré
1  Brazil Ketiley Batista
1  China Chen Jiamin
0  Finland Nooralotta Neziri
1  France Laura Valette
1  Germany Ricarda Lobe
1  Greece Elisavet Pesiridou
1  Ireland Sarah Lavin
1  Italy Elisa Di Lazzaro
1  Netherlands Zoë Sedney
1  Spain Teresa Errandonea
1  Switzerland Ditaji Kambundji
Universality places 1  Liberia Ebony Morrison
1  Haiti Mulern Jean
1  Paraguay Ana Camila Pirelli
Total 41

Women's 400 m hurdles[edit]

Qualification standard No. of athletes NOC Nominated athletes
Entry standard – 55.40 3  Great Britain Meghan Beesley
Jessie Knight
Jessica Turner
3  Jamaica Leah Nugent
Janieve Russell
Ronda Whyte
3  United States Anna Cockrell
Sydney McLaughlin
Dalilah Muhammad
2  Belgium Hanne Claes
Paulien Couckuyt
2  Italy Eleonora Marchiando
Yadisleidy Pedroso[16]
2  Ukraine Anna Ryzhykova
Viktoriya Tkachuk
1  Australia Sarah Carli
1  Bahrain Aminat Yusuf Jamal
1  Barbados Tia-Adana Belle
1  Brazil Chayenne da Silva
1  Canada Sage Watson
1  Cuba Zurian Hechavarría
0  Czech Republic Zuzana Hejnová
1  Denmark Sara Slott Petersen
1  Germany Carolina Krafzik
1  Netherlands Femke Bol
1  Norway Amalie Iuel
1  Panama Gianna Woodruff
1  Poland Joanna Linkiewicz
1  Slovakia Emma Zapletalová
1  South Africa Wenda Nel
1  Switzerland Léa Sprunger
World ranking 1  Canada Noelle Montcalm
1  Colombia Melissa González
1  Finland Viivi Lehikoinen
1  Italy Linda Olivieri
1  Norway Line Kloster
1  Switzerland Yasmin Giger
1  Trinidad and Tobago Sparkle McKnight
1  Ukraine Mariya Mykolenko
Universality Places 1  Algeria Loubna Benhadja
1  Vietnam Quách Thị Lan
Total 40

Women's 3000 m steeplechase[edit]

Qualification standard No. of athletes NOC Nominated athletes
Entry standard – 9:30.00 3  Ethiopia Mekides Abebe
Lomi Muleta
Zerfe Wondemagegn
3  Kenya Beatrice Chepkoech
Purity Cherotich Kirui
Hyvin Kiyeng Jepkemoi
3  United States Emma Coburn
Valerie Constien
Courtney Frerichs
2  Australia Amy Cashin
Genevieve Gregson
2  Canada Geneviève Lalonde
Regan Yee
2  Germany Gesa Felicitas Krause
Lea Meyer
2  Great Britain Elizabeth Bird
Aimee Pratt
2  Poland Alicja Konieczek
Aneta Konieczek
1  Albania Luiza Gega
1  Bahrain Winfred Mutile Yavi
0  China Zhang Xinyan
1  Denmark Anna Emilie Møller
1  Hungary Zita Kácser
1  Ireland Michelle Finn
1  Netherlands Irene van der Reijken
1  Slovenia Maruša Mišmaš-Zrimsek
0  Spain Irene Sánchez-Escribano[17]
1  Uganda Peruth Chemutai
World ranking 2  Brazil Tatiane Raquel da Silva
Simone Ferraz
1  Hungary Lili Anna Tóth
Viktória Wagner-Gyürkés
1  Argentina Belén Casetta
1  Australia Georgia Winkcup
1  Canada Alycia Butterworth
1  China Xu Shuangshuang
0  Finland Camilla Richardsson
1  Germany Elena Burkard
1  Ireland Eilish Flanagan
1  Israel Adva Cohen
1  Japan Yuno Yamanaka
1  Spain Carolina Robles
1  Tunisia Marwa Bouzayani
1  Ukraine Nataliya Strebkova
Total 41

Road events[edit]

Men's road events[edit]

Men's marathon[edit]

Qualification ended on 31 May 2021. Both marathons had a target number of 80 athletes, but a larger number of athletes fulfilled the qualifying criteria and competed in Sapporo, the venue of the Olympic road events. In the men's field, 106 athletes qualified (maximum three per nation).

Qualification standard No. of athletes NOC Nominated athletes
Entry standard – 2:11:30 3  Australia Liam Adams
Jack Rayner
Brett Robinson
3  Bahrain Alemu Bekele
Shumi Dechasa
El-Hassan El-Abbassi
3  Belgium Bashir Abdi
Dieter Kersten
Koen Naert
3  Brazil Daniel Chaves da Silva
Daniel Ferreira do Nascimento
Paulo Roberto Paula
3  Canada Trevor Hofbauer
Cameron Levins
Ben Preisner[18]
3  China Dong Guojian
Peng Jianhua
Yang Shaohui[19]
3  Eritrea Yohanes Ghebregergis
Goitom Kifle
Oqbe Kibrom Ruesom
3  Ethiopia Lelisa Desisa
Shura Kitata
Sisay Lemma
3  France Morhad Amdouni
Hassan Chahdi
Nicolas Navarro[20]
3  Germany Amanal Petros
Hendrik Pfeiffer
Richard Ringer
3  Great Britain Ben Connor
Callum Hawkins
Chris Thompson
3  Ireland Paul Pollock
Stephen Scullion
Kevin Seaward
3  Israel Haimro Alame
Girmaw Amare
Marhu Teferi
3  Italy Yassine El Fathaoui
Eyob Faniel
Yassine Rachik
3  Kenya Lawrence Cherono
Eliud Kipchoge
Amos Kipruto
3  Mexico Jesús Arturo Esparza
Juan Pacheco
José Luis Santana
3  Morocco Mohamed Reda El Aaraby
Othmane El Goumri
Hamza Sahli
3  Netherlands Khalid Choukoud
Abdi Nageeye
Bart van Nunen
3  Poland Marcin Chabowski
Arkadiusz Gardzielewski
Adam Nowicki
3  South Africa Elroy Gelant
Desmond Mokgobu
Stephen Mokoka
3  Spain Javier Guerra
Ayad Lamdassem
Daniel Mateo
0  Sweden Ebba Tulu Chala
Mustafa Mohamed
David Nilsson
2  Turkey Yavuz Ağralı
Polat Kemboi Arıkan
Kaan Kigen Özbilen[21]
3  Uganda Felix Chemonges
Stephen Kiprotich
Fred Musobo[22]
3  Ukraine Bohdan-Ivan Horodyskyy
Mykola Nyzhnyk
Oleksandr Sitkovskyy
3  United States Abdi Abdirahman
Jacob Riley
Galen Rupp
2  Argentina Joaquín Arbe
Eulalio Muñoz
2  Austria Peter Herzog
Lemawork Ketema
2  Colombia Ivan Dario Gonzalez
Jeison Suárez
2  Denmark Thijs Nijhuis
Abdi Hakin Ulad
2  Estonia Roman Fosti
Tiidrek Nurme
2  Japan Shogo Nakamura[23]
Suguru Osako[24]
2  Mongolia Tseveenravdangiin Byambajav
Bat-Ochiryn Ser-Od
2  New Zealand Malcolm Hicks
Zane Robertson
1  Rwanda John Hakizimana
Félicien Muhitira
2  South Korea Oh Joo-han
Shim Jung-sub
2  Tanzania Gabriel Geay
Alphonce Simbu
1  Burundi Olivier Irabaruta
1  Lesotho Khoarahlane Seutloali
1  Namibia Tomas Hilifa Rainhold
0  North Korea Ri Kang-bom
1  Norway Sondre Nordstad Moen
1  Panama Jorge Castelblanco
1  Paraguay Derlis Ayala
1  Peru Cristhian Pacheco
1  Refugee Olympic Team Tachlowini Gabriyesos
1  Switzerland Tadesse Abraham
Finishing position at designated competitions 1  Japan Yuma Hattori
World ranking 0
Universality Places 1  Honduras Iván Zarco
Total 106

Men's 20 km walk[edit]

Entry number: 60.

Qualification standard No. of athletes NOC Nominated athletes
Entry standard – 1:21:00 3  China Cai Zelin
Wang Kaihua
Zhang Jun
3  Ecuador David Hurtado
Jordy Jiménez
Brian Pintado
3  Guatemala José Alejandro Barrondo
José Oswaldo Calel
José Ortiz
3  India Irfan Kolothum Thodi
Sandeep Kumar
Rahul Rohilla
3  Italy Francesco Fortunato
Massimo Stano
Federico Tontodonati
3  Japan Koki Ikeda
Eiki Takahashi
Toshikazu Yamanishi
3  Mexico Noel Alí Chama
Andrés Olivas
Jesús Tadeo Vega[25]
3  Spain Diego García
Miguel Ángel López
Álvaro Martín
0  Australia Dane Bird-Smith
Rhydian Cowley
2  Brazil Caio Bonfim
Matheus Correa
1  Colombia Éider Arévalo
José Montaña
2  France Gabriel Bordier
Kévin Campion
2  Germany Nils Brembach
Christopher Linke[26]
2  Great Britain Tom Bosworth
Callum Wilkinson
2  Ukraine Ivan Losev
Eduard Zabuzhenko
0  Ireland Alex Wright
1  Kazakhstan Georgiy Sheiko
0  Kenya Samuel Gathimba
1  Lithuania Marius Žiūkas
1  ROC[Note RUS] Vasiliy Mizinov
1  South Africa Wayne Snyman
1  South Korea Choe Byeong-kwang
1  Sweden Perseus Karlström
1  Turkey Salih Korkmaz
World ranking 2  Australia Kyle Swan
Declan Tingay
2  Colombia Jhon Castañeda
Manuel Esteban Soto
2  Peru Luis Henry Campos
César Rodríguez
2  Turkey Abdulselam İmuk
Şahin Şenoduncu
1  Belarus Aliaksandr Liakhovich
1  Brazil Lucas Mazzo
1  Germany Leo Köpp
1  Ireland David Kenny
1  Poland Łukasz Niedziałek
1  Slovakia Miroslav Úradník
0  South Africa Lebogang Shange
0  Ukraine Viktor Shumik
1  United States Nick Christie
Total 57

Men's 50 km walk[edit]

The qualification period ended on 31 May 2021. The entry standard was 3:50:00. The target number was 60 athletes (with a maximum of three per nation) and 38 athletes met the entry standard, leaving 22 places for athletes qualifying by world ranking.

Qualification standard No. of athletes NOC Nominated athletes
Entry standard – 3:50:00 3  China Bian Tongda
Luo Yadong
Wang Qin
3  Germany Carl Dohmann
Jonathan Hilbert
Nathaniel Seiler
3  Japan Hayato Katsuki
Masatora Kawano
Satoshi Maruo
3  Poland Rafał Augustyn
Artur Brzozowski
Dawid Tomala
2  Colombia Diego Pinzón
Jorge Ruíz
2  Ecuador Andrés Chocho
Claudio Villanueva
2  Finland Aleksi Ojala
Aku Partanen
2  Guatemala Bernardo Barrondo
Luis Ángel Sánchez
2  Italy Andrea Agrusti
Teodorico Caporaso
2  Mexico Horacio Nava
Isaac Palma
2  Spain Luis Manuel Corchete
Marc Tur
2  Ukraine Ivan Banzeruk
Maryan Zakalnytskyy
1  Belarus Dzmitry Dziubin
1  Canada Evan Dunfee
1  France Yohann Diniz
1  Ireland Brendan Boyce
1  Lithuania Arturas Mastianica
1  New Zealand Quentin Rew
1  Norway Håvard Haukenes
1  Portugal João Vieira
1  Slovakia Matej Tóth
World ranking 2  Czech Republic Lukáš Gdula
Vít Hlaváč
2  Hungary Máté Helebrandt
Bence Venyercsán
2  Latvia Arnis Rumbenieks
Ruslans Smolonskis
1  Australia Rhydian Cowley
0  Brazil Caio Bonfim
1  Canada Mathieu Bilodeau
1  Colombia José Montaña
1  Ecuador Jhonatan Amores
1  Finland Jarkko Kinnunen
1  Greece Alexandros Papamichail
1  Guatemala Érick Bernabé Barrondo
1  India Gurpreet Singh
1  Ireland Alex Wright
1  Italy Marco De Luca
1  Mexico José Leyver
1  Romania Marius Cocioran
1  Slovakia Michal Morvay
1  South Africa Marc Mundell
1  Spain Jesús Ángel García[27]
1  Ukraine Valeriy Litanyuk
Total 59

Women's road events[edit]

Women's marathon[edit]

Qualification ended on 31 May 2021. Both marathons had a target number of 80 athletes, but a larger number of athletes fulfilled the qualifying criteria and competed in Sapporo, the venue of the Olympic road events. In the women's field 91 athletes qualified (maximum three per nation):

  • By Entry Standard: 89
  • By Finishing Position at Designated Competitions: 1
  • By World Rankings Position, to complete the required entry number of 80: 0
  • By Universality Places: 1
Qualification standard No. of athletes NOC Nominated athletes
Entry standard – 2:29:30 3  Australia Sinead Diver
Ellie Pashley
Lisa Weightman
2  Bahrain Eunice Chumba
Tejitu Daba
[a]
3  Canada Malindi Elmore
Dayna Pidhoresky
Natasha Wodak[18]
3  China Bai Li
Li Zhixuan
Zhang Deshun[19]
3  Czech Republic Tereza Hrochová
Marcela Joglová
Eva Vrabcová Nývltová
3  Ethiopia Roza Dereje
Birhane Dibaba
Zeineba Yimer
3  Germany Melat Yisak Kejeta
Deborah Schöneborn
Katharina Steinruck
3  Great Britain Stephanie Davis
Jess Piasecki
Stephanie Twell
3  Japan Mao Ichiyama[24]
Honami Maeda
Ayuko Suzuki[23]
3  Kenya Ruth Chepngetich
Peres Jepchirchir
Brigid Kosgei
3  Mexico Andrea Ramírez Limón
Úrsula Sánchez
Daniela Torres Huerta
1  Morocco Rkia El Moukim
Souad Kanbouchia
Majida Maayouf
2  Netherlands Andrea Deelstra
Jill Holterman
Ruth van der Meijden[28]
0  North Korea Jo Un-ok
Kim Ji-hyang
Ri Kwang-ok
3  Poland Aleksandra Lisowska
Angelika Mach
Karolina Nadolska
3  Portugal Sara Moreira
Catarina Ribeiro
Carla Salomé Rocha
3  Spain Marta Galimany
Elena Loyo
Laura Méndez Esquer
1  Sweden Carolina Wikström
Charlotta Fougberg
Hanna Lindholm
3  Ukraine Viktoria Kalyuzhna
Darya Mykhaylova
Yevheniya Prokofyeva
3  United States Sally Kipyego
Molly Seidel
Aliphine Tuliamuk
2  Belarus Volha Mazuronak
Nina Savina
2  Belgium Mieke Gorissen
Hanne Verbruggen
2  Croatia Bojana Bjeljac
Matea Parlov Koštro
2  Ecuador Andrea Bonilla
Rosa Chacha
2  Eritrea Kokob Tesfagaber Solomon
Nazret Weldu
2  Ireland Aoife Cooke
Fionnuala McCormack
2  Israel Lonah Chemtai Salpeter
Maor Tiyouri
1  Italy Sara Dossena
Giovanna Epis
1  Kyrgyzstan Iuliia Andreeva
Darya Maslova
2  Peru Jovana de la Cruz
Gladys Tejeda
0  ROC[Note RUS] Marina Kovalyova
Sardana Trofimova
2  South Africa Gerda Steyn
Irvette van Zyl
2  South Korea Ahn Seul-ki
Choi Kyung-sun
2  Uganda Juliet Chekwel
Immaculate Chemutai
1  Argentina Marcela Cristina Gomes
1  Colombia Angie Orjuela
1  France Susan Jeptooo Kipsang
1  Kazakhstan Zhanna Mamazhanova
1  Lesotho Neheng Khatala
1  Moldova Lilia Fisikovici
1  Mongolia Munkhzaya Bayartsogt
1  Namibia Helalia Johannes
1  Switzerland Fabienne Schlumpf
1  Tanzania Failuna Matanga
1  Turkey Meryem Erdoğan
Finishing position at designated competitions 0  Belarus Nastassia Ivanova
0  Belgium Nina Lauwaert
0  New Zealand Alice Mason
0  Rwanda Salomé Nyirarukundo
1  Switzerland Martina Strähl
World ranking 0
Universality Places 1  Solomon Islands Sharon Firisua
Total 88

Women's 20 km walk[edit]

Qualification standard No. of athletes NOC Nominated athletes
Entry standard – 1:31:00 3  China Liu Hong
Qieyang Shijie
Yang Jiayu
3  Ecuador Karla Jaramillo
Glenda Morejón
Paola Pérez
3  Italy Eleonora Giorgi
Antonella Palmisano
Valentina Trapletti
3  Mexico Alegna González
Ilse Guerrero
Valeria Ortuño
3  Spain Laura García-Caro
Raquel González
María Pérez
3  Ukraine Lyudmila Olyanovska
Mariia Sakharuk
Hanna Shevchuk
2  Australia Katie Hayward
Jemima Montag
2  Belarus Viktoryia Rashchupkina
Anna Terlyukevich
2  Colombia Sandra Arenas
Sandra Galvis
2  Guatemala Mayra Herrera
Mirna Ortiz
2  India Priyanka Goswami
Bhawna Jat
2  Japan Nanako Fujii
Kumiko Okada
1  Lithuania Živilė Vaiciukevičiūtė[29]
Brigita Virbalytė
2  Peru Mary Luz Andia
Kimberly García
2  Turkey Meryem Bekmez
Ayşe Tekdal
1  Brazil Érica de Sena
1  Costa Rica Noelia Vargas
1  Czech Republic Tereza Ďurdiaková
1  Germany Saskia Feige
1  Greece Antigoni Drisbioti
1  Kazakhstan Ayman Ratova
0  Kenya Emily Wamusyi Ngii
1  Poland Katarzyna Zdziebło
1  Portugal Ana Cabecinha
1  ROC[Note RUS] Elvira Khasanova
World ranking 2  Greece Kiriaki Filtisakou
Panagiota Tsinopoulou
2  Hungary Barbara Kovács
Viktória Madarász
1  Australia Rebecca Henderson
1  Belarus Anastasiya Rarouskaya
1  Bolivia Angela Castro
0  Colombia Yeseida Carrillo
0  Czech Republic Anežka Drahotová
1  Ethiopia Yehualeye Beletew
1  Hong Kong Ching Siu Nga
1  Japan Kaori Kawazoe
1  Peru Leydi Guerra
1  Slovakia Mária Czaková
1  Turkey Evin Demir
1  United States Robyn Stevens
Total 58

Field events[edit]

Men's field events[edit]

Men's high jump[edit]

Entry number: 33.

Qualification standard No. of athletes NOC Nominated athletes
Entry standard – 2.33 3  United States JuVaughn Harrison
Shelby McEwen
Darryl Sullivan
2  Italy Stefano Sottile
Gianmarco Tamberi
2  ROC[Note RUS] Mikhail Akimenko
Ilya Ivanyuk
1  Australia Brandon Starc
1  Bahamas Jamal Wilson
1  Belarus Maksim Nedasekau
1  Canada Django Lovett
1  Cuba Luis Zayas
1  Great Britain Tom Gale
1  Qatar Mutaz Essa Barshim
1  Switzerland Loïc Gasch
1  Ukraine Andriy Protsenko
World ranking 2  Brazil Fernando Ferreira
Thiago Moura
2  Japan Takashi Eto
Naoto Tobe
1  Bahamas Donald Thomas
1  Belarus Dzmitry Nabokau[30]
1  Bulgaria Tihomir Ivanov
1  Canada Michael Mason
1  China Wang Yu
1  Germany Mateusz Przybylko
1  Kenya Mathew Sawe
1  Lithuania Adrijus Glebauskas
1  Malaysia Lee Hup Wei
1  Mexico Edgar Rivera
1  New Zealand Hamish Kerr
1  South Korea Woo Sang-hyeok
1  Syria Majd Eddin Ghazal
Total 33

Men's pole vault[edit]

Entry number: 33.

Qualification standard No. of athletes NOC Nominated athletes
Entry standard – 5.80
3  France Ethan Cormont
Renaud Lavillenie
Valentin Lavillenie
3  Germany Torben Blech
Bo Kanda Lita Baehre
Oleg Zernikel
3  United States KC Lightfoot
Matt Ludwig
Chris Nilsen
2  Brazil Thiago Braz
Augusto Dutra
2  Poland Piotr Lisek
Paweł Wojciechowski
1  Australia Kurtis Marschall
1  Belgium Ben Broeders
1  Great Britain Harry Coppell
1  Netherlands Menno Vloon
1  Norway Sondre Guttormsen
1  Philippines Ernest John Obiena
0  ROC[Note RUS] Timur Morgunov
1  South Korea Jin Min-sub
1  Sweden Armand Duplantis
1  Turkey Ersu Şaşma
World ranking 2  Greece Konstantinos Filippidis
Emmanouil Karalis
2  Japan Masaki Ejima
Seito Yamamoto
0  Argentina Germán Chiaraviglio[31]
1  China Huang Bokai
1  Italy Claudio Stecchi
0  Netherlands Rutger Koppelaar[32]
1  Poland Robert Sobera
0  Sweden Melker Svärd Jacobsson Duplantis[14]
Total 30

Men's long jump[edit]

Entry number: 32.

Qualification standard No. of athletes NOC Nominated athletes
Entry standard – 8.22 3  Cuba Juan Miguel Echevarría
Lester Lescay
Maykel Massó
3  Japan Yuki Hashioka
Shotaro Shiroyama
Hibiki Tsuha
2  South Africa Cheswill Johnson
Luvo Manyonga
Ruswahl Samaai
3  United States Marquis Dendy
JuVaughn Harrison
Steffin McCarter
2  China Gao Xinglong
Huang Changzhou
2  Jamaica Tajay Gayle
Carey McLeod
1  Brazil Samory Fraga
0  Canada Damian Warner
1  Finland Kristian Pulli
1  Georgia Bachana Khorava
1  Greece Miltiadis Tentoglou
1  India M. Sreeshankar
1  Sweden Thobias Montler
1  Trinidad and Tobago Andwuelle Wright
World ranking 1  Australia Henry Frayne
1  Brazil Alexsandro Melo
1  China Wang Jianan
1  France Augustin Bey
1  Germany Fabian Heinle
1  Italy Filippo Randazzo
1  Spain Eusebio Cáceres
1  Ukraine Vladyslav Mazur
Universality Places 1  Albania Izmir Smajlaj
1  Uruguay Emiliano Lasa
Total 32

Men's triple jump[edit]

Entry number: 32.

Qualification standard No. of athletes NOC Nominated athletes
Entry standard – 17.14 3  China Fang Yaoqing
Wu Ruiting
Zhu Yaming
2  Cuba Andy Díaz
Jordan Díaz[33]
Cristian Nápoles
3  Italy Tobia Bocchi
Andrea Dallavalle
Emmanuel Ihemeje
3  United States Chris Benard
Will Claye
Donald Scott
2  Brazil Almir dos Santos
Alexsandro Melo
2  France Jean-Marc Pontvianne
Melvin Raffin
1  Algeria Yasser Triki
1  Armenia Levon Aghasyan
1  Azerbaijan Nazim Babayev
1  Burkina Faso Hugues Fabrice Zango
1  Georgia Lasha Gulelauri
1  Great Britain Ben Williams
1  Jamaica Carey McLeod
1  Portugal Pedro Pichardo
0  ROC[Note RUS] Dmitry Sorokin
1  Spain Pablo Torrijos
1  Turkey Necati Er
World ranking 2  Portugal Nelson Évora
Tiago Pereira
1  Brazil Mateus de Sá
1  France Benjamin Compaoré
1  Germany Max Heß
1  Greece Dimitrios Tsiamis
1  Uzbekistan Ruslan Kurbanov
Total 32

Men's shot put[edit]

Entry number: 32. No ranking necessary to complete the field.

Qualification standard No. of athletes NOC Nominated athletes
Entry standard – 21.10 3  Italy Leonardo Fabbri
Nick Ponzio
Zane Weir
3  United States Ryan Crouser
Joe Kovacs
Payton Otterdahl
2  Egypt Mostafa Amr Hassan
Mohamed Magdi Hamza
1  Georgia Benik Abrahamyan
Giorgi Mujaridze
2  New Zealand Jacko Gill
Tom Walsh
2  Poland Konrad Bukowiecki
Michał Haratyk
2  Serbia Asmir Kolašinac
Armin Sinančević
2  South Africa Kyle Blignaut
Jason van Rooyen
1  Bahrain Abdelrahman Mahmoud
1  Bosnia and Herzegovina Mesud Pezer
1  Brazil Darlan Romani
0  British Virgin Islands Eldred Henry
1  Canada Tim Nedow
1  Croatia Filip Mihaljević
1  Czech Republic Tomáš Staněk
1  Great Britain Scott Lincoln
1  India Tajinderpal Singh Toor
1  Luxembourg Bob Bertemes
1  Nigeria Chukwuebuka Enekwechi
1  Portugal Francisco Belo
0  ROC[Note RUS] Aleksandr Lesnoy
1  Romania Andrei Rares Toader
1  Sweden Wictor Petersson
1  Ukraine Ihor Musiyenko
World ranking 0
Total 31

Men's discus throw[edit]

Entry number: 32.

Qualification standard No. of athletes NOC Nominated athletes
Entry standard – 66.00 3  Germany Daniel Jasinski
Clemens Prüfer
David Wrobel[34]
3  Jamaica Fedrick Dacres
Traves Smikle
Chad Wright
3  United States Mason Finley
Reggie Jagers
Sam Mattis
2  Sweden Simon Pettersson
Daniel Ståhl
1  Australia Matthew Denny
1  Austria Lukas Weißhaidinger
1  Belarus Yauheni Bahutski
1  Colombia Mauricio Ortega
1  Cyprus Apostolos Parellis
1  Ecuador Juan Caicedo
1  France Lolassonn Djouhan
1  Great Britain Lawrence Okoye
1  Iran Ehsan Haddadi
1  Italy Giovanni Faloci
1  Lithuania Andrius Gudžius
1  Norway Ola Stunes Isene
1  Poland Piotr Małachowski
1  Romania Alin Firfirică
1  Samoa Alex Rose
1  Slovenia Kristjan Čeh
1  Spain Lois Maikel Martínez
1  Ukraine Mykyta Nesterenko
World ranking 1  Montenegro Danijel Furtula
1  Poland Bartłomiej Stój
Universality places 1  Iceland Guðni Valur Guðnason
Total 32

Men's hammer throw[edit]

Entry number: 32.

Qualification standard No. of athletes NOC Nominated athletes
Entry standard – 77.50 3  Belarus Hleb Dudarau
Ivan Tsikhan
Yury Vasilchanka
1  ROC[Note RUS] Denis Lukyanov
Valeriy Pronkin
Andrey Romanov
2  Ukraine Mykhailo Havryliuk [uk]
Mykhaylo Kokhan
Hlib Piskunov
3  United States Daniel Haugh
Rudy Winkler
Alex Young
2  Chile Gabriel Kehr
Humberto Mansilla
2  Great Britain Taylor Campbell
Nick Miller
2  Poland Paweł Fajdek
Wojciech Nowicki
2  Turkey Eşref Apak
Özkan Baltacı
1  France Quentin Bigot
1  Hungary Bence Halász
1  Mexico Diego del Real
1  Moldova Serghei Marghiev
1  Norway Eivind Henriksen
1  Slovakia Marcel Lomnický
1  Spain Javier Cienfuegos
1  Uzbekistan Suhrob Khodjaev
World ranking 2  Greece Michail Anastasakis
Christos Frantzeskakis
1  Egypt Mostafa El Gamel
1  Germany Tristan Schwandke
1  Qatar Ashraf Amgad El-Seify
Universality Places 1  Turkmenistan Mergen Mämmedow
Total 31

Men's javelin throw[edit]

Entry number: 32.

Qualification standard No. of athletes NOC Nominated athletes
Entry standard – 85.00 3  Germany Bernhard Seifert
Johannes Vetter
Julian Weber[35]
2  Belarus Aliaksei Katkavets
Pavel Mialeshka
2  Chinese Taipei Cheng Chao-tsun
Huang Shih-feng
2  Finland Oliver Helander
Toni Kuusela
2  India Neeraj Chopra
Shivpal Singh
1  Czech Republic Jakub Vadlejch
0  Estonia Magnus Kirt
1  Grenada Anderson Peters
1  Kenya Julius Yego
1  Latvia Gatis Čakšs
1  Lithuania Edis Matusevičius
1  Moldova Andrian Mardare
1  Pakistan Arshad Nadeem
1  Poland Marcin Krukowski
0  ROC[Note RUS] Dmitry Tarabin
1  South Africa Rocco van Rooyen
1  Sweden Kim Amb
1  Trinidad and Tobago Keshorn Walcott
World ranking 2  United States Michael Shuey
Curtis Thompson
1  Czech Republic Vítězslav Veselý
1  Egypt Ihab Abdelrahman
1  Finland Lassi Etelätalo
1  Hungary Norbert Rivasz-Tóth
1  Japan Takuto Kominami
1  Poland Cyprian Mrzygłód
1  Romania Alexandru Novac
1  Spain Odei Jainaga
Total 32

Women's field events[edit]

Women's high jump[edit]

Qualification standard No. of athletes NOC Nominated athletes
Entry standard – 1.96 3  Ukraine Iryna Herashchenko
Yuliya Levchenko
Yaroslava Mahuchikh
2  Australia Nicola McDermott
Eleanor Patterson
1  Belarus Karyna Demidik
Maryia Zhodzik
2  Germany Marie-Laurence Jungfleisch
Imke Onnen
2  Kazakhstan Nadezhda Dubovitskaya
Kristina Ovchinnikova
2  Sweden Erika Kinsey
Maja Nilsson
2  United States Vashti Cunningham
Rachel McCoy
2  Uzbekistan Svetlana Radzivil
Safina Sadullayeva
1  Bulgaria Mirela Demireva
1  Finland Ella Junnila
1  Great Britain Morgan Lake
1  Italy Elena Vallortigara
1  Montenegro Marija Vuković
1  Poland Kamila Lićwinko
1  ROC[Note RUS] Mariya Lasitskene
1  Romania Daniela Stanciu
1  Switzerland Salome Lang[36]
World ranking 1  Croatia Ana Šimić
1  Great Britain Emily Borthwick
1  Italy Alessia Trost
1  Lithuania Airinė Palšytė
1  Saint Lucia Levern Spencer
1  United States Tynita Butts
Total 31

Women's pole vault[edit]

Qualification standard No. of athletes NOC Nominated athletes
Entry standard – 4.70 3  Greece Nikoleta Kyriakopoulou
Eleni-Klaoudia Polak
Katerina Stefanidi
3  United States Morgann LeLeux
Sandi Morris
Katie Nageotte
2  Canada Anicka Newell
Alysha Newman
2  China Li Ling
Xu Huiqin
2  Sweden Angelica Bengtsson
Michaela Meijer
1  Australia Nina Kennedy
1  Belarus Iryna Zhuk
1  Cuba Yarisley Silva
1  Great Britain Holly Bradshaw
1  Italy Roberta Bruni
1  ROC[Note RUS] Anzhelika Sidorova
1  Slovenia Tina Šutej
1  Switzerland Angelica Moser
1  Ukraine Maryna Kylypko
1  Venezuela Robeilys Peinado
World ranking 2  Finland Elina Lampela
Wilma Murto
1  Australia Liz Parnov
1  Belgium Fanny Smets
1  Czech Republic Romana Maláčová
0  Germany Lisa Ryzih
1  Italy Elisa Molinarolo
1  Norway Lene Retzius
1  Switzerland Andrina Hodel
1  Ukraine Yana Hladiychuk
Total 31

Women's long jump[edit]

Qualification standard No. of athletes NOC Nominated athletes
Entry standard – 6.82 3  Great Britain Abigail Irozuru
Jazmin Sawyers
Lorraine Ugen
3  United States Quanesha Burks
Tara Davis
Brittney Reese
1  Nigeria Ese Brume
Ruth Usoro
2  Romania Florentina Iusco
Alina Rotaru
1  Australia Brooke Stratton
1  British Virgin Islands Chantel Malone
0  Colombia Caterine Ibargüen
1  France Yanis David
1  Germany Malaika Mihambo
0  Italy Larissa Iapichino
1  Jamaica Tissanna Hickling
1  ROC[Note RUS] Darya Klishina
1  Serbia Ivana Španović
1  Spain Fátima Diame
1  Sweden Khaddi Sagnia
1  Trinidad and Tobago Tyra Gittens
1  Ukraine Maryna Bekh-Romanchuk
1  Uzbekistan Darya Reznichenko
World ranking 1  Belarus Nastassia Mironchyk-Ivanova
1  Brazil Eliane Martins
1  Canada Christabel Nettey
1  Germany Maryse Luzolo
1  Hungary Anasztázia Nguyen
1  Jamaica Chanice Porter
1  Panama Nathalee Aranda
Universality places 1  Estonia Ksenija Balta
1  Papua New Guinea Rellie Kaputin
Total 30

Women's triple jump[edit]

No athlete qualified by world ranking.

Qualification standard No. of athletes NOC Nominated athletes
Entry standard – 14.32
3  Cuba Leyanis Pérez
Liadagmis Povea
Davisleydi Velazco
3  Kazakhstan Irina Ektova
Mariya Ovchinnikova
Olga Rypakova
3  United States Tori Franklin
Jasmine Moore
Keturah Orji
2  Colombia Caterine Ibargüen
Yosiris Urrutia
2  Finland Kristiina Mäkelä
Senni Salminen
1  France Yanis David
Rouguy Diallo
2  Germany Neele Eckhardt
Kristin Gierisch
2  Jamaica Shanieka Ricketts
Kimberly Williams
2  Portugal Patrícia Mamona
Evelise Veiga
0  ROC[Note RUS] Ekaterina Koneva
Darya Nidbaykina
1  Belarus Viyaleta Skvartsova
1  Brazil Núbia Soares
1  Bulgaria Gabriela Petrova
1  Dominica Thea LaFond
1  Dominican Republic Ana José Tima
1  Ghana Nadia Eke
1  Greece Paraskevi Papachristou
1  Israel Hanna Knyazyeva-Minenko
1  Italy Dariya Derkach
1  Lithuania Diana Zagainova
0  Nigeria Ruth Usoro
1  Spain Ana Peleteiro
1  Ukraine Olha Saladukha
1  Uzbekistan Roksana Khudoyarova
1  Venezuela Yulimar Rojas
World ranking 0
Total 34

Women's shot put[edit]

Qualification standard No. of athletes NOC Nominated athletes
Entry standard – 18.50 3  China Gao Yang
Gong Lijiao
Song Jiayuan
3  Germany Sara Gambetta
Katharina Maisch
Christina Schwanitz
3  United States Adelaide Aquilla
Jessica Ramsey
Raven Saunders
2  Canada Brittany Crew
Sarah Mitton
2  Poland Paulina Guba
Klaudia Kardasz
1  Belarus Aliona Dubitskaya
1  Georgia Sopo Shatirishvili
1  Great Britain Sophie McKinna
1  Hungary Anita Márton
1  Jamaica Danniel Thomas-Dodd
1  Moldova Dimitriana Surdu
1  Netherlands Jessica Schilder
1  New Zealand Valerie Adams
1  Portugal Auriol Dongmo
1  Spain María Belén Toimil
1  Sweden Fanny Roos
1  Turkey Emel Dereli
1  Ukraine Ol'ha Holodna
World ranking 1  Brazil Geisa Arcanjo
1  Czech Republic Markéta Červenková
1  Jamaica Lloydricia Cameron
1  New Zealand Maddison-Lee Wesche
1  Trinidad and Tobago Portious Warren
1  Venezuela Ahymará Espinoza
Total 32

Women's discus throw[edit]

Qualification standard No. of athletes NOC Nominated athletes
Entry standard – 63.50 3  China Chen Yang
Feng Bin
Su Xinyue
3  Germany Kristin Pudenz
Marike Steinacker
Claudine Vita
2  Brazil Fernanda Martins
Andressa de Morais
2  Cuba Denia Caballero
Yaimé Pérez
2  India Kamalpreet Kaur
Seema Punia
2  United States Valarie Allman
Rachel Dincoff[37]
1  Australia Dani Stevens
1  Croatia Sandra Perković
1  France Mélina Robert-Michon
1  Jamaica Shadae Lawrence
1  Moldova Alexandra Emilianov
1  Netherlands Jorinde van Klinken
1  Portugal Liliana Cá
0  ROC[Note RUS] Yekaterina Strokova
1  Ukraine Natalia Semenova
World ranking 1  Brazil Izabela da Silva
1  Croatia Marija Tolj
1  Greece Chrysoula Anagnostopoulou
1  Italy Daisy Osakue
0  Nigeria Chioma Onyekwere
1  Portugal Irina Rodrigues
1  Serbia Dragana Tomašević
1  Thailand Subenrat Insaeng
1  United States Kelsey Card
Universality places 1  Chile Karen Gallardo
Total 31

Women's hammer throw[edit]