World Selection Committee

The World Selection Committee is a committee of at least five members from different countries. Each member is an expert in their respective sports. The Committee selects the athletes based on their ability, skill, and personality. The criteria used to shortlist athletes may change from time to time. Once selected, athletes will compete in a trial competition. If they do not meet the criteria, they will be automatically disqualified for four years. However, athletes who do meet the criteria will be considered for the team.

Athletes are chosen by the World Selection Committee, which meets three times per year. They are assessed based on specific criteria and passed to the organizing committee. Candidates must meet certain criteria, including previous experience in their sport. They must also meet the qualifications set by the Olympic organization. Applicants must be well-qualified and have a high level of leadership and management skills. However, the process is extremely rigorous, so it’s important to be prepared and confident.