The World Selection Committee consists of at least five members representing different countries. The selection criteria for each individual sport are extremely stringent and the World Selection Committee has the authority to disqualify athletes. The members of the World Selection Committee meet at least three times per year to evaluate each athlete’s eligibility. They also have a number of other duties. Athletes who fail to meet these criteria are automatically disqualified from the Olympic Games for four years.
The World Selection Committee reviews all applications for the Olympic Games and meets with each athlete three times a year. If the athlete doesn’t meet the requirements, they will be disqualified for four years. The World Selection Committee meets three times per year to evaluate the shortlist and make decisions. The selection committee also works to ensure that each country has a fair chance of participating in the Games. If the athlete is disqualified for four years, he will not be eligible to compete in the next Olympics.