Sailing at the 2020 Summer Olympics – Qualification

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This article details the qualifying phase for sailing at the 2020 Summer Olympics. 350 quota places for the Games are entitled to the sailors coming from their respective NOCs, based on the results at designated regattas supervised by World Sailing. Host nation Japan has been guaranteed one quota place in each of the ten classes.

The qualification period commences at the 2018 Sailing World Championships in Aarhus, Denmark, where about forty percent of the total quota will be awarded to the highest finishing NOCs. Six places will be available in the men's Laser and women's Laser Radial classes at the 2018 Asian Games and 2019 Pan American Games, whereas sixty-one more will be distributed to the sailors at the World Championships for all boats in 2019. Moving towards 2021 because of the consequent Olympic postponement and the COVID-19 pandemic, continental qualification regattas will be held to decide the remainder of the total quota, while two spots each in the one-person dinghy classes will be granted to eligible NOCs through the Tripartite Commission Invitation.[2][1]

Timeline[edit]

Event Date Venue
2018 Sailing World Championships July 30 – August 12, 2018 Denmark Aarhus
2018 Asian Games August 18 – September 2, 2018 Indonesia Jakarta
2019 Finn European Championships May 10–18, 2019 Greece Athens[3][4]
2019 Laser World Championships July 1–9, 2019 Japan Sakaiminato[3][5]
2019 Women's Laser Radial World Championships July 16–24, 2019
2019 Pan American Games July 26 – August 11, 2019 Peru Paracas
2019 470 World Championships August 2–9, 2019 Japan Enoshima[3][5]
2019 RS:X Windsurfing World Championships September 22–28, 2019 Italy Torbole[6]
2019 Nacra 17 World Championships December 3–8, 2019 New Zealand Auckland[7]
2019 49er & 49er FX World Championships
Africa Qualification Events
2019 African Sailing Championships (RS:X, Laser, Laser Radial) October 6–12, 2019 Algeria Algiers[3]
2020 African Sailing Championships (470) January 12–18, 2020 Angola Luanda[3]
2021 Asian Sailing Championships (49er and 49erFX) February 14–21, 2021 United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi[3][notes 1]
2021 Princess Sofia Trophy Regatta (Nacra 17) March 29 – April 3, 2021 Spain Palma de Mallorca[3]
2021 Finn Gold Cup May 4–12, 2021 Portugal Porto[3]
Asia Qualification Events
2019 Sailing World Cup Enoshima (Finn) August 25 – September 1, 2019 Japan Enoshima[3]
2019 Asian Sailing Championships (470) December 16–21, 2019 China Shenzhen[3]
2021 Asian Sailing Championships (RS:X, Laser, Laser Radial, 49er, 49erFX) February 14–21, 2021 United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi[3][notes 1]
2021 Asian Sailing Championships (Nacra 17) March 1–6, 2021 China Shanghai[3]
Europe Qualification Events
2020 RS:X European Championships November 22–28, 2020 Portugal Vilamoura[3]
2021 470 World Championships March 5–13, 2021
2021 Princess Sofia Trophy Regatta (49er, 49erFX, and Nacra 17) March 29 – April 3, 2021 Spain Palma de Mallorca[3]
2021 Semaine Olympique Française (Laser and Laser Radial) April 17–24, 2021 France Hyères[3][notes 1]
2021 Finn Gold Cup May 4–12, 2021 Portugal Porto[3]
North America Qualification Events
2019 Pan American Games (49er, 49erFX and Nacra 17) July 26 – August 11, 2019 Peru Paracas[9]
2020 Sailing World Cup Miami (RS:X, Finn, Laser, Laser Radial, and 470) January 19–25, 2020 United States Miami[3]
South America Qualification Events
2019 Pan American Games (49er, 49erFX and Nacra 17) July 26 – August 11, 2019 Peru Paracas[9]
2019 Copa Brasil (Laser, Laser Radial, Finn) November 25–30, 2019 Brazil Rio de Janeiro[3]
2020 South American Sailing Championships (RS:X) February 9–15, 2020 Argentina Mar del Plata[3]
2020 South American Sailing Championships (470) February 11–17, 2020
Oceania Qualification Events
2019 Finn Gold Cup December 16–21, 2019 Australia Melbourne[3]
2020 Sail Melbourne International (470) January 17–21, 2020
2020 Nacra 17 World Championships February 8–15, 2020 Australia Geelong[3]
2020 49er & 49er FX World Championships
2020 Laser World Championships February 9–16, 2020 Australia Melbourne[3]
2020 Women's Laser Radial World Championships February 21–28, 2020
2020 RS:X Windsurfing World Championships February 23–29, 2020 Australia Sorrento[3]

Quota places[edit]

Below are the number of boats. 470, 49er, 49erFX, and Nacra 17 classes have crew of 2 people per boat.

Event 2018 WC 2018 ASG 2019 PAG 2019 WC AFR ASI OCE EUR NAM SAM Hosts Tri. Total
Men
RS:X class 10 0 0 8 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 25
Laser class 14 1 2 5 2 1 1 2 2 2 1 2 35
Finn class 8 0 0 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 19
470 class 8 0 0 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 19
49er class 8 0 0 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 19
Women
RS:X class 11 0 0 9 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 27
Laser Radial class 18 1 2 10 2 1 1 2 2 2 1 2 44
470 class 8 0 0 6 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 21
49erFX class 8 0 0 7 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 21
Mixed
Nacra 17 8 0 0 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 20

Qualification summary[edit]

Nation Men Women Mixed Total
RS:X Laser Finn 470 49er RS:X Laser Radial 470 49erFX Nacra 17 Boats Athletes
 Algeria X X 2 2
 American Samoa X 1 2
 Angola X 1 2
 Argentina X X X X X X X X 8 11
 Australia X X X X X X X X 8 14
 Austria X X X 3 6
 Belarus X X 2 2
 Belgium X 1 1
 Brazil X X X X X X X X 8 13
 Canada X X X X X X 6 9
 Chile X 1 1
 China X X X X X X 6 8
 Croatia X X X 3 4
 Cyprus X X X 3 3
 Czech Republic X 1 1
 Denmark X X X X X 5 8
 Egypt X X 2 2
 El Salvador X 1 1
 Estonia X X 2 2
 Fiji X 1 1
 Finland X X X 3 3
 France X X X X X X X X X 9 14
 Germany X X X X X X 6 10
 Great Britain X X X X X X X X X X 10 15
 Greece X X X X X X 6 8
 Guatemala X X 2 2
 Hong Kong X X 2 2
 Hungary X X X X 4 4
 Ireland X 1 1
 Israel X X X 3 4
 Italy X X X X X X 6 9
 Japan X X X X X X X X X X 10 15
 Lithuania X X 2 2
 Malaysia X X X 3 4
 Mexico X X X X 4 4
 Mozambique X X 2 3
 Netherlands X X X X X X X 7 10
 New Zealand X X X X X X X X X X 10 15
 Norway X X X X X X 6 8
 Papua New Guinea X X 2 2
 Peru X X X X 4 5
 Poland X X X X X X 6 9
 Portugal X 1 2
 Puerto Rico X 1 2
 Russia X X X X X 5 6
 Samoa X 1 1
 Seychelles X 1 1
 Singapore X 1 2
 Slovenia X X 2 3
 South Korea X X X 3 4
 Spain X X X X X X X 7 12
 Sweden X X X X X 5 7
 Switzerland X X X X 4 6
 Thailand X X 2 2
 Trinidad and Tobago X 1 1
 Turkey X X X X 4 5
 United States X X X X X X X X X 9 13
 Uruguay X X 2 3
 Venezuela X 1 1
Total: 59 NOCs 24 29 17 18 16 26 38 20 18 17 223 312

Men's events[edit]

Windsurfer – RS:X[edit]

# Nation Qualification Tournament Place in Event Sailor Sailor at Games
1  Japan Host Country N/A N/A Makoto Tomizawa
2  Netherlands 2018 Worlds 1 Dorian van Rijsselberghe Kiran Badloe
3  France 2018 Worlds 3 Louis Giard Thomas Goyard
4  Great Britain 2018 Worlds 4 Kieran Holmes-Martin Tom Squires
5  Poland 2018 Worlds 5 Pawel Tarnowski Piotr Myszka
6  Italy 2018 Worlds 6 Mattia Camboni
7  Greece 2018 Worlds 7 Byron Kokkalanis Byron Kokkalanis
8  China 2018 Worlds 9 Bi Kun
9  Spain 2018 Worlds 13 Iván Pastor
10  Israel 2018 Worlds 14 Ofek Elimeleh Shahar Zubari
11  Norway 2018 Worlds 17 Sebastian Wang-Hansen
12  South Korea 2019 Worlds 9 Cho Won-woo
13  Hong Kong 2019 Worlds 13 Michael Cheng
14  Belarus 2019 Worlds 23 Artem Javadav
15  Switzerland 2019 Worlds 25 Mateo Sanz Lanz Mateo Sanz Lanz
16  Lithuania 2019 Worlds 33 Juozas Bernotas Juozas Bernotas
17  United States 2019 Worlds 42 Pedro Pascual Pedro Pascual
18  Cyprus 2019 Worlds 43 Andreas Cariolou Andreas Cariolou
19  Czech Republic 2019 Worlds 46 Karel Lavický
20  Algeria 2019 African 1 Hamza Bouras
21 2021 Asian
22  New Zealand 2020 Worlds (Oceania) 54 Antonio Cozzolino
23  Russia 2020 European 20 Aleksandr Askerov
24  Mexico 2020 World Cup (NAM) 2 Ignacio Berenguer
25  Argentina 2020 South American 1 Francisco Saubidet

One-person dinghy – Laser[edit]

# Nation Qualification Tournament Place in Event Sailor Sailor at Games
1  Japan Host Country N/A N/A Kenji Nanri
2  Cyprus 2018 Worlds 1 Pavlos Kontides Pavlos Kontides
3  Australia 2018 Worlds 2 Matthew Wearn Matthew Wearn
4  Germany 2018 Worlds 3 Philipp Buhl
5  New Zealand 2018 Worlds 4 Sam Meech Sam Meech
6  Great Britain 2018 Worlds 5 Elliot Hanson Elliot Hanson
7  Norway 2018 Worlds 6 Hermann Tomasgaard
8  France 2018 Worlds 9 Jean-Baptiste Bernaz Jean-Baptiste Bernaz
9  United States 2018 Worlds 11 Charlie Buckingham Charlie Buckingham
10  Finland 2018 Worlds 12 Kaarle Tapper Kaarle Tapper
11  Estonia 2018 Worlds 17 Karl-Martin Rammo
12  Brazil 2018 Worlds 19 João Pedro Souto Robert Scheidt
13  Croatia 2018 Worlds 20 Tonči Stipanović
14  Peru 2018 Worlds 21 Stefano Peschiera Stefano Peschiera
15  South Korea 2018 Worlds 22 Ha Jee-min
16  Malaysia 2018 Asian Games 2 Khairulnizam Mohd Afendy Khairulnizam Mohd Afendy
17  Sweden 2019 Worlds 13 Jesper Stålheim Jesper Stålheim
18  Argentina 2019 Worlds 14 Francisco Guaragna Francisco Guaragna
19  Russia 2019 Worlds 17 Sergey Komissarov
20  Hungary 2019 Worlds 20 Benjámin Vadnai Benjámin Vadnai
21  Slovenia 2019 Worlds 26 Žan Luka Zelko
22  Guatemala 2019 Pan American 1 Juan Ignacio Maegli Juan Ignacio Maegli
23  El Salvador 2019 Pan American 4 Enrique Arathoon Enrique Arathoon
24  Seychelles 2019 African 1 Rodney Govinden Rodney Govinden
25  Egypt 2019 African 2 Aly Badawy
26 2021 Asian
27 2021 Asian
28  Samoa 2020 Worlds (Oceania) 115 Eroni Leilua Eroni Leilua
29  Papua New Guinea 2020 Worlds (Oceania) 123 Teariki Numa Teariki Numa
30 2021 SOF (Europe)
31 2021 SOF (Europe)
32  Trinidad and Tobago 2020 World Cup (NAM) 4 Andrew Lewis Andrew Lewis
33  Chile 2019 Copa Brasil (SAM) 1 Clemente Seguel
34 Tripartite N/A N/A
35 Tripartite N/A N/A

Heavyweight one-person dinghy – Finn[edit]

# Nation Qualification Tournament Place in Event Sailor Sailor at Games
1  Japan Host Country N/A N/A
2  Hungary 2018 Worlds 1 Zsombor Berecz
3  Sweden 2018 Worlds 2 Max Salminen Max Salminen
4  Netherlands 2018 Worlds 3 Pieter-Jan Postma Nicholas Heiner
5  New Zealand 2018 Worlds 4 Josh Junior
6  Canada 2018 Worlds 5 Tom Ramshaw
7  Argentina 2018 Worlds 7 Facundo Olezza
8  Great Britain 2018 Worlds 8 Edward Wright Giles Scott
9  Turkey 2018 Worlds 9 Alican Kaynar Alican Kaynar
10  Brazil 2019 European (Worlds) 7 Jorge Zarif
11  Norway 2019 European (Worlds) 9 Anders Pedersen
12  United States 2019 European (Worlds) 11 Caleb Paine Luke Muller
13  Greece 2019 European (Worlds) 13 Ioannis Mitakis
14 2021 Finn Gold Cup (Africa)
15  China 2019 World Cup (Asia) 19 He Chen
16  Australia 2019 Finn Gold Cup (Oceania) 5 Jake Lilley
17 2021 Finn Gold Cup (Europe)
18  Mexico 2020 World Cup (NAM) 6 Juan Pérez Soltero
19  Venezuela 2019 Copa Brasil (SAM) 4 Andres Lage Andres Lage

Two-person dinghy – 470[edit]

# Nation Qualification Tournament Place in Event Sailor Sailor at Games
1  Japan Host Country N/A N/A Keiju Okada
Jumpei Hokazono
2  France 2018 Worlds 1 Kevin Peponnet
Jérémie Mion
Kevin Peponnet
Jérémie Mion
3  Spain 2018 Worlds 3 Jordi Xammar
Nicolás Rodríguez
Jordi Xammar
Nicolás Rodríguez
4  Sweden 2018 Worlds 4 Anton Dahlberg
Fredrik Bergström
Anton Dahlberg
Fredrik Bergström
5  Australia 2018 Worlds 5 Mathew Belcher
William Ryan
Mathew Belcher
William Ryan
6  United States 2018 Worlds 7 Stuart McNay
David Hughes
Stuart McNay
David Hughes
7  Italy 2018 Worlds 9 Giacomo Ferrari
Giulio Calabrò
8  Great Britain 2018 Worlds 11 Luke Patience
Chris Grube
Luke Patience
Chris Grube
9  New Zealand 2018 Worlds 12 Paul Snow-Hansen
Daniel Willcox
Paul Snow-Hansen
Daniel Willcox
10  Greece 2019 Worlds 4 Panagiotis Mantis
Pavlos Kagialis
Panagiotis Mantis
Pavlos Kagialis
11  Russia 2019 Worlds 11 Pavel Sozykin
Denis Gribanov
12  China 2019 Worlds 12 Xu Zangjun
Wang Chao
13  Turkey 2019 Worlds 13 Deniz Çınar
Ateş Çınar
Deniz Çınar
Ateş Çınar
14  Angola 2019 African 1 Matias Montinho
Paixão Afonso
Matias Montinho
Paixão Afonso
15  South Korea 2019 Asian 1 Park Gun-woo
Cho Sung-min
16  American Samoa Sail Melbourne Int'l (Oceania) 1 Tyler Paige
Adrian Hoesch
17 2021 Worlds (Europe)  
 
18  Canada 2020 World Cup (NAM) 23 Jacob Saunders
Oliver Bone
19  Brazil 2020 South American 1 Geison Dzioubanov
Gustavo Thiesen

Skiff – 49er[edit]

# Nation Qualification Tournament Place in Event Sailor Sailor at Games
1  Japan Host Country N/A N/A Leonard Takahashi
Ibuki Koizumi
2  Croatia 2018 Worlds 1 Šime Fantela
Mihovil Fantela
3  France 2018 Worlds 2 Mathieu Frei
Noé Delpech
Émile Amoros
Lucas Rual
4  Germany 2018 Worlds 3 Tim Fischer
Fabian Graf
5  Great Britain 2018 Worlds 5 James Peters
Fynn Sterritt
Dylan Fletcher
Stuart Bithell
6  New Zealand 2018 Worlds 7 Logan Dunning Beck
Oscar Gunn
Peter Burling
Blair Tuke
7  Portugal 2018 Worlds 9 Jorge Lima
José Costa
8  Switzerland 2018 Worlds 10 Lucien Cujean
Sébastien Schneiter
Lucien Cujean
Sébastien Schneiter
9  Denmark 2018 Worlds 11 Mads Emil Lübeck
Nikolaj Hoffmann Buhl
Jakob Precht Jensen
Jonas Warrer
10  Spain 2019 Worlds 4 Diego Botín
Iago López
Diego Botín
Iago López
11  Austria 2019 Worlds 6 Benjamin Bildstein
David Hussl
12  Netherlands 2019 Worlds 8 Bart Lambriex
Pim van Vugt
Bart Lambriex
Pim van Vugt
13  Poland 2019 Worlds 10 Łukasz Przybytek
Paweł Kołodziński
14 2021 Asian (Africa)  
 
15 2021 Asian  
 
16  Australia 2020 Worlds (Oceania) 5 William Phillips
Sam Phillips
William Phillips
Sam Phillips
17 2021 Princess Sofia (Europe)  
 
18  Canada 2019 Pan American (NAM) 3 Alexander Heinzemann
Justin Barnes
19  Brazil 2019 Pan American (SAM) 1 Marco Grael
Gabriel Borges
Marco Grael
Gabriel Borges

Women's events[edit]

Windsurfer – RS:X[edit]

# Nation Qualification Tournament Place in Event Sailor Sailor at Games
1  Japan Host Country N/A N/A Yuki Sunaga
2  Netherlands 2018 Worlds 1 Lilian de Geus Lilian de Geus
3  France 2018 Worlds 2 Charline Picon Charline Picon
4  China 2018 Worlds 3 Lu Yunxiu
5  Great Britain 2018 Worlds 4 Emma Wilson Emma Wilson
6  Poland 2018 Worlds 5 Zofia Noceti-Klepacka Zofia Noceti-Klepacka
7  Italy 2018 Worlds 7 Marta Maggetti
8  Israel 2018 Worlds 11 Maya Morris Katy Spychakov
9  Spain 2018 Worlds 12 Blanca Manchón Blanca Manchón
10  Denmark 2018 Worlds 14 Lærke Buhl-Hansen Lærke Buhl-Hansen
11  Russia 2018 Worlds 17 Stefania Elfutina
12  Estonia 2018 Worlds 19 Ingrid Puusta
13  Hong Kong 2019 Worlds 10 Hayley Chan
14  Brazil 2019 Worlds 15 Patricia Freitas
15  Finland 2019 Worlds 26 Tuuli Petäjä-Sirén Tuuli Petäjä-Sirén
16  Peru 2019 Worlds 27 María Belén Bazo María Belén Bazo
17  Turkey 2019 Worlds 36 Dilara Uralp Dilara Uralp
18  Mexico 2019 Worlds 44 Mariana Aguilar
19  Hungary 2019 Worlds 51 Sára Cholnoky
20  United States 2019 Worlds 56 Farrah Hall Farrah Hall
21  Thailand 2019 Worlds 57 Siripon Kaewduang-ngam
22  Algeria 2019 African 1 Amina Berrichi
23 2021 Asian
24  New Zealand 2020 Worlds (Oceania) 24 Veerle Ten Have
25  Greece 2020 European 18 Aikaterini Divari Aikaterini Divari
26  Canada 2020 World Cup (NAM) 4 Nikola Girke
27  Argentina 2020 South American 1 María Celia Tejerina

One-person dinghy – Laser Radial[edit]

# Nation Qualification Tournament Place in Event Sailor Sailor at Games
1  Japan Host Country N/A N/A Manami Doi
2  Belgium 2018 Worlds 1 Emma Plasschaert
3  Netherlands 2018 Worlds 2 Marit Bouwmeester Marit Bouwmeester
4  Denmark 2018 Worlds 3 Anne-Marie Rindom Anne-Marie Rindom
5  Finland 2018 Worlds 4 Monika Mikkola
6  United States 2018 Worlds 5 Paige Railey Paige Railey
7  Canada 2018 Worlds 6 Sarah Douglas
8  Great Britain 2018 Worlds 7 Alison Young Alison Young
9  Hungary 2018 Worlds 8 Mária Érdi
10  Switzerland 2018 Worlds 9 Maud Jayet
11  Turkey 2018 Worlds 10 Nazlı Çağla Dönertaş Ecem Güzel
12  Poland 2018 Worlds 12 Magdalena Kwaśna Magdalena Kwaśna
13  Greece 2018 Worlds 16 Vasileia Karachaliou Vasileia Karachaliou
14  Italy 2018 Worlds 17 Carolina Albano
15  Sweden 2018 Worlds 18 Josefin Olsson Josefin Olsson
16  France 2018 Worlds 19 Mathilde de Kerangat Marie Bolou
17  Norway 2018 Worlds 21 Line Flem Høst
18  China 2018 Worlds 25 Zhang Dongshuang
19  Germany 2018 Worlds 26 Svenja Weger
20  Malaysia 2018 Asian Games 3 Nur Shazrin Mohd Latif Nur Shazrin Mohd Latif
21  Croatia 2019 Worlds 20 Elena Vorobeva
22  Lithuania 2019 Worlds 28 Viktorija Andrulytė Viktorija Andrulytė
23  Belarus 2019 Worlds 40 Tatiana Drozdovskaya
24  Australia 2019 Worlds 41 Zoe Thomson Mara Stransky
25  Russia 2019 Worlds 45 Ekaterina Zyuzina
26  Ireland 2019 Worlds 46 Aisling Keller Annalise Murphy
27  New Zealand 2019 Worlds 47 Olivia Christie
28  Cyprus 2019 Worlds 50 Marilena Makri Marilena Makri
29  Guatemala 2019 Worlds 51 Isabella Maegli Isabella Maegli
30  Thailand 2019 Worlds 52 Kamolwan Chanyim
31  Argentina 2019 Pan American 3 Lucía Falasca Lucía Falasca
32  Uruguay 2019 Pan American 4 Dolores Moreira Dolores Moreira
33  Mozambique 2019 African 1 Deisy Nhaquile Deisy Nhaquile
34  Egypt 2019 African 2 Khouloud Mansy
35 2021 Asian
36 2021 Asian
37  Fiji 2020 Worlds (Oceania) 97 Sophia Morgan
38  Papua New Guinea 2020 Worlds (Oceania) 102 Rose-Lee Numa
39 2021 SOF (Europe)
40 2021 SOF (Europe)
41  Mexico 2020 World Cup (NAM) 8 Elena Oetling
42  Peru 2019 Copa Brasil (SAM) 1 Paloma Schmidt Paloma Schmidt
43 Tripartite N/A N/A
44 Tripartite N/A N/A

Two-person dinghy – 470[edit]

# Nation Qualification Tournament Place in Event Sailor Sailor at Games
1  Japan Host Country N/A N/A Ai Kondo
Miho Yoshioka
2  Spain 2018 Worlds 2 Silvia Mas
Patricia Cantero
Silvia Mas
Patricia Cantero
3  Great Britain 2018 Worlds 3 Hannah Mills
Eilidh McIntyre
Hannah Mills
Eilidh McIntyre
4  France 2018 Worlds 4 Camille Lecointre
Aloïse Retornaz
Camille Lecointre
Aloïse Retornaz
5  China 2018 Worlds 6 Wei Mengxi
Gao Haiyan
6  Italy 2018 Worlds 7 Benedetta di Salle
Alessandra Dubbini
7  Greece 2018 Worlds 9 Maria Bozi
Rafailina Klonaridou
Maria Bozi
Rafailina Klonaridou
8  Slovenia 2018 Worlds 10 Tina Mrak
Veronika Macarol
9  Israel 2018 Worlds 11 Gil Cohen
Noa Lasry
10  Poland 2019 Worlds 7 Agnieszka Skrzypulec
Jolanta Ogar
Agnieszka Skrzypulec
Jolanta Ogar
11  Brazil 2019 Worlds 8 Fernanda Oliveira
Ana Barbachan
12  Australia 2019 Worlds 9 Nia Jerwood
Monique Devries
13  Netherlands 2019 Worlds 12 Afrodite Zegers
Lobke Berkhout
Afrodite Zegers
Lobke Berkhout
14  New Zealand 2019 Worlds 15 Susannah Pyatt
Brianna Reynolds-Smith
15  Germany 2019 Worlds 16 Frederike Löwe
Anna Markfort
16  Switzerland 2019 Worlds 18 Linda Fahrni
Maja Siegenthaler
17  Mozambique 2019 African 6 Denise Parruque
Maria Machava
Denise Parruque
Maria Machava
18  Malaysia 2019 Asian 5 Nuraisyah Jamil
Juni Noor Jamali
Nuraisyah Jamil
Juni Noor Jamali
Sail Melbourne Int'l (Oceania)  
 
19 2021 Worlds (Europe)  
 
20  United States 2020 World Cup (NAM) 8 Carmen Cowles
Emma Cowles
21  Argentina 2020 South American 1 María Belén Tavella
Lourdes Hartkopf

Skiff – 49erFX[edit]

# Nation Qualification Tournament Place in Event Sailor Sailor at Games
1  Japan Host Country N/A N/A Anna Yamazaki
Sena Takano
2  Netherlands 2018 Worlds 1 Annemiek Bekkering
Annette Duetz
Annemiek Bekkering
Annette Duetz
3  Austria 2018 Worlds 2 Tanja Frank
Lorena Abicht
Tanja Frank
Lorena Abicht
4  Great Britain 2018 Worlds 3 Sophie Weguelin
Sophie Ainsworth
Charlotte Dobson
Saskia Tidey
5  Brazil 2018 Worlds 4 Martine Grael
Kahena Kunze
Martine Grael
Kahena Kunze
6  Denmark 2018 Worlds 5 Jena Mai Hansen
Katja Salskov-Iversen
Ida Marie Baad Nielsen
Marie Thusgaard Olsen
7  New Zealand 2018 Worlds 8 Alexandra Maloney
Molly Meech
Alexandra Maloney
Molly Meech
8  Norway 2018 Worlds 9 Ragna Agerup
Maia Agerup
9  Australia 2018 Worlds 11 Natasha Bryant
Annie Wilmot
Tess Lloyd
Jaime Ryan
10  Germany 2019 Worlds 5 Tina Lutz
Susann Beucke
11  Argentina 2019 Worlds 8 Victoria Travascio
María Sol Branz
12  United States 2019 Worlds 9 Paris Henken
Anna Tobias
Stephanie Roble
Maggie Shea
13  Poland 2019 Worlds 12 Aleksandra Melzacka
Kinga Łoboda
Aleksandra Melzacka
Kinga Łoboda
14  Spain 2019 Worlds 14 Patricia Suaréz
Nicole van der Velden
Paula Barceló
Támara Echegoyen
15  Singapore 2019 Worlds 15 Kimberly Lim
Cecilia Low
16  France 2019 Worlds 16 Julie Bossard
Aude Compan
17 2021 Asian (Africa)  
 
18 2021 Asian  
 
2020 Worlds (Oceania)  
 
19 2021 Princess Sofia (Europe)  
 
20  Canada 2019 Pan American (NAM) 4 Alexandra Ten Hove
Mariah Millen
21  Peru 2019 Pan American (SAM) 5 Diana Tudela
María Pia van Oordt
Diana Tudela
María Pia van Oordt

Mixed events[edit]

Multihull – Nacra 17[edit]

# Nation Qualification Tournament Place in Event Sailor Sailor at Games
1  Japan Host Country N/A N/A Shibuki Iitsuka
Eri Hatayama
2  Italy 2018 Worlds 1 Ruggero Tita
Caterina Banti
3  Australia 2018 Worlds 2 Nathan Outteridge
Haylee Outteridge
Jason Waterhouse
Lisa Darmanin
4  Argentina 2018 Worlds 3 Santiago Lange
Cecilia Carranza Saroli
5  Denmark 2018 Worlds 4 Christian Peter Lübeck
Lin Ea Cenholt
Christian Peter Lübeck
Lin Ea Cenholt
6  Brazil 2018 Worlds 5 Samuel Albrecht
Gabriela Nicolino de Sá
7  Great Britain 2018 Worlds 8 John Gimson
Anna Burnet
John Gimson
Anna Burnet
8  Austria 2018 Worlds 9 Thomas Zajac
Barbara Matz
9  New Zealand 2018 Worlds 11 Micah Wilkinson
Olivia MacKay
Micah Wilkinson
Erica Dawson
10  Spain 2019 Worlds 5 Tara Pacheco
Florián Trittel
Tara Pacheco
Florián Trittel
11  France 2019 Worlds 10 Quentin Delapierre
Manon Audinet
Quentin Delapierre
Manon Audinet
12  Germany 2019 Worlds 11 Paul Kohlhoff
Alica Stuhlemmer
13  United States 2019 Worlds 14 Riley Gibbs
Anna Weis
Riley Gibbs
Anna Weis
14  Norway 2019 Worlds 21 Nicholas Fadler Martinsen
Martine Steller Mortensen
15  Sweden 2019 Worlds 26 Emil Järudd
Cecilia Jonsson
16 2021 Princess Sofia (Africa)  
 
17 2021 Asian  
 
2020 Worlds (Oceania)  
 
18 2021 Princess Sofia (Europe)  
 
19  Puerto Rico 2019 Pan American (NAM) 6 Enrique Figueroa
Gretchen Ortiz
Enrique Figueroa
Gretchen Ortiz
20  Uruguay 2019 Pan American (SAM) 4 Pablo Defazio
Dominique Knüppel
Pablo Defazio
Dominique Knüppel

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, World Sailing supports the decision from the IOC and Tokyo 2020 organizing committee on the postponement of the Olympics; therefore, the qualification system will be revised with the remaining meets scheduled to happen by late 2020 or early 2021.[8]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ Palmer, Dan (8 April 2018). "World Sailing unveil Tokyo 2020 qualification system". World Sailing. Retrieved 22 June 2018.
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