The World Selection Committee is composed of five members, at least one of whom represents the country where the Games are held. These members are experienced athletes and sports experts who are appointed by the organizing committee. These people make recommendations to the Olympic Committee regarding which athletes should be selected to represent their country. Athletes must meet a set of criteria in order to be chosen, and those who do not meet them will be automatically disqualified from the competition for four years.
In order to be eligible for the World Games, athletes must meet certain criteria. Members must be experienced in the sport and be of the highest level of excellence. Athletes must meet specific qualifications outlined by the Olympic organization and have previous experience in their chosen sport. The criteria for selection may be changed from time to time. In order to be considered, athletes must meet a set of criteria, which vary depending on the sport. For each sport, athletes must be at least 23 years old.