The final allocation of Paris 2024 canoe sprint quotas following the ICF World Championships has been confirmed, with 28 countries officially earning their starting tickets for next year’s Olympics.

Germany with 17 athletes already confirmed has the biggest team so far, ahead of Spain and Hungary each with 15 quotas. Six nations earned just one quota at the Duisburg world titles – Argentina, Brazil, Bulgaria, Chile, Croatia and USA.

The maximum number of athletes a team can qualify is 18 – six in each of the men’s and women’s kayak, and three in each of the men’s and women’s canoe. The only quota Germany is currently missing is the women’s C1 200.

So far Europe has the most athletes, ahead of the Americas, Oceania, Asia and Africa. More quotas will be allocated at continental championships held between now and Paris.

The current Olympic quota allocations can be viewed here.

More information about the Olympic qualifying guidelines can be found here.

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