World Selection Committee

The World Selection Committee is composed of at least five members from different countries, each with specific expertise in a sport. They meet at least three times a year to evaluate the shortlist and make recommendations to the International Olympic Committee. Athletes must meet specific criteria to be selected, and those who do not meet them will automatically be disqualified for four years. There is no official list of the World Selection Committee’s criteria, but it is subject to change.

The World Selection Committee meets three times a year and meets with athletes from different countries. Those who do not meet the criteria will be disqualified from the Olympics for four years. Athletes who meet the criteria will compete in the Olympic Games. The World Selection Committee is an important part of the success of the Olympic Games. They work to ensure that everyone has equal opportunity to compete in the Games. However, a representative of a country from another country may also be considered.