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Schedule of all World Championships happening in 2023

Schedule of all World Championships taking place in 2023

January 12 – 29Handball (men)Poland and SwedenOne amount for the highest ranked qualifying NOCJanuary 29 – February 12SkateboardingSharjah, United Arab EmiratesPoints to the olympic world skateboarding rankingJanuary 13 – 29Field hockey (men)Bhubaneswar and Rourkela, IndiaMay 1 – 14boxing (men)Tashkent, UzbekistanMay 7 – 14JudoDoha, QatarPoints to the IFJ Olympic Qualification World RankingMay 20 – 28Table TennisDurban, South AfricaMay 30 – June 7SurfingSunzal, la Bocana, El SalvadorOne amount for the best athlete per continent and per genderJuly 14 – 30Water sports: artistic swimming, diving, marathon swimming, swimming, water poloFukuoka, JapanArtistic swimming TBC Three team quotas and twelve individual quotas per gender in diving Three quotas per gender in marathon swimming Possibility to achieve standard swimming entry times Two quotas per gender in water poloJuly 15 – 16Triathlon (mixed relay)Hamburg, GermanyTwo quotas per gender for the highest ranked eligible NOCJuly 20 – August 20Football (Women)Australia and New ZealandJuly 22 – 30FenceMilan, ItalyPoints to Team Leaderboard and Adjusted Official RankingJuly 28 – August 6ArcheryBerlin, GermanyThree team quotas per gender and three individual quotas per genderAugust 1 – 12Sport climbingBern, SwitzerlandTwo gender limits for speed climbing and three gender limits for combined boulder/lead competitionsAugust 3 – 13Cycling: Freestyle BMX, BMX Racing, Mountain Bike, Road Cycling, Track CyclingGlasgow, UKOne quota per gender in BMX racing Four quotas per gender in BMX Freestyle Two quotas per gender in Mountain Bike Olympic ranking points in all disciplines other than BMX FreestyleAugust 10 – 20sailingThe Hague, Netherlands45 quotas per gender and 17 quotas for mixed eventsAugust 14 – 31ShootingBaku, Azerbaijan24 amounts in each caseAugust 19 – 27AthleticsBudapest, HungaryAbility to achieve standard entry timesAugust 21 – 27Rhythmic gymnasticsValencia, SpainFive group quotas and 14 individual quotasAugust 21 – 27BadmintonCopenhagen, DenmarkRanking points Race to ParisAugust 22Modern pentathlonBath, United KingdomThree amounts per genderAugust 23 – 27Canoe sprintDuisburg, Germany79 quotas per genderAugust 25 – September 10basketball (men)Japan, Indonesia and the PhilippinesSeven amountsSeptember 2 – 17WeightliftingRiyadh, Saudi ArabiaPoints to the Olympic Qualification RankingSeptember 3 – 10RowingBelgrade, Serbia55 quotas per genderSeptember 16 – 24Wrestlingto be confirmedFive amounts by weight classSeptember 19 – 24Canoe slalomLondon, UK27 quotas per genderSeptember 22 – 24breakingLeuven, BelgiumOne amount per genderSeptember 29 – October 8Artistic gymnasticsAntwerp, Belgium18 team quotas and 38 individual quotasOctober 6 – 15 (to be confirmed)Beach volleyballTiaxcala, MexicoOne amount per genderNovember 9 – 12TrampolineBirmingham, UKFrom eight to sixteen amountsNovember 30 – December 17Handball (women)Denmark, Poland and SwedenOne amount for the highest ranked qualifying NOCto be confirmedtaekwondoBaku, AzerbaijanOlympic Ranking PointsTO DETERMINEBasketball 3×3TO DETERMINETO DETERMINEBoxing (Women)New Delhi, India
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