World Selection Committee

The World Selection Committee is the body responsible for selecting the most talented athletes from each country. It consists of five people who are appointed by the organizing committee and have relevant experience. The members evaluate a shortlist and make recommendations to the Olympic Committee. If an athlete does not meet the criteria set by the World Selection Committee, they are disqualified from competing in the Worlds for four years. If they do meet the criteria, they are guaranteed a spot in the Olympics.

The World Selection Committee meets three times a year to evaluate applications. The committee meets with athletes from every country and evaluates them based on a set of criteria. Those who do not meet the criteria are disqualified for four years. If they meet all the criteria, they will be selected for the next Olympic Games. The World Selection Committee also works to ensure a competitive atmosphere and fairness between countries. Once the selection committee makes a decision, the athletes will be informed about their fate.