Shooting Australia (SA) is pleased to provide its Nomination Criteria for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.
The Nomination Criteria details how SA will consider athletes for nomination to the Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) for selection to the 2024 Australian Olympic Team. The primary objective of the Nomination Criteria is to nominate athletes to the AOC who have the best possible chance to achieve success at the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.
Shooting’s Olympic Nomination Criteria has been developed through a collaborative process between the SA’s High Performance (HP) Staff and HP Representatives from SA’s Member Organisations. It has now been approved by both the SA Board and the AOC.
Understanding Shooting’s Olympic Nomination Criteria
A flowchart capturing the key components of the Paris 2024 Olympic Nomination process is provided below. This flowchart should be read in conjunction with (i.e. not instead of) the Paris 2024 Olympic Nomination Criteria. A Q&A document will also be published soon.
For Further Information
Questions about the Nomination Criteria can be directed to:
Adam Sachs, SA Chief Executive Officer, on mobile 0417 785 115 or email: [email protected].
Kathryn Periac, SA High Performance Manager, on mobile 0427 459 469 or email: [email protected].
Adam and Kathryn will both be available during the upcoming Oceania Championships second and final selection events:
- MISC Grand Prix (Rifle and Pistol 15-17 September); and
- Cecil Park Grand Prix (Shotgun 22-24 September).
SA may also look to conduct online information session/s in the coming months.