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Opening ceremony Olympic Qualifiers It concludes with the Budapest leg scheduled to start on Thursday at the Ludovica Complex. The OQS Budapest 2024 The event will be broadcast live in Australia

More than 150 Paris 2024 Olympic quotas in four sports – BMX Freestyle, breaking, Skateboarding And Sport climbing – Budapest will be finalized after the OQS, and many Australian athletes will claim some of them.

20 Olympic berths will be awarded for breaking in the OQS, while 38 will be available for sport climbing. A total of 12 Paris 2024 Olympic quotas will be decided in BMX freestyle cycling, while points earned in the OQS will make up 88 skateboarders. The final cut for the upcoming summer games.

As National Olympic Committees have exclusive authority over the representation of their respective teams at the Olympic Games, athletes’ participation in Paris 2024 depends on their NOC selecting them to represent their representatives.

Last month’s Shanghai leg saw some fantastic Australian performances. Teenage prodigy Ariza True was the star of the show as the 14-year-old beat Japan’s Tokyo 2020 silver medalist Hiroaki Kokona and reigning Olympic champion Yosozumi Sakura in the women’s park skateboarding event.

Currently second on the rankings leaderboard behind Hiraki, Ariza is sure to make the cut but will be hoping to rubber stamp it with another dominant performance in Budapest.

Ruby Drew, who is not related to Ariza, is ranked sixth in the world and is also set to secure the women’s park quota. Each NOC can get only three quota seats per gender per event.

In men’s park skateboarding, reigning Olympic champion Keegan Palmer, who finished second in Shanghai, is poised to defend his title, while fellow Australians Kieran Woolley and Kiefer Wilson are also comfortably placed.

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Ash Wilcoms is outside the cut off, but a strong performance in Budapest could help Australia secure three possible quotas.

X Games 2023 gold medalist Chloe Covell finished fourth in the women’s street standings after finishing eighth in Shanghai. Liv Lovelace and Felicity Turner are also in the hunt for an allotment in the segment.

Tokyo 2020 gold medalist Logan Martin is second in the men’s BMX freestyle following his second place finish in Shanghai. Martin’s fellow BMX Olympian Natalya Diehm needs a solid performance in Budapest to break into the top six places in ninth.

The Budapest leg will also be the final chance for Australian b-boys and b-girls and sport climbers to secure a Paris 2024 quota.

Australians in Budapest 2024 Olympic Qualifying Series

BMX Freestyle: Australian cyclists at OQS 2024 Shanghai

  • Men: Logan Martin, Jay Toohey, Alec Daneluti
  • Women: Natalya Dyhm, Sarah Nicky

BREAKING: Australian b-boys and b-girls at OQS 2024 Shanghai

  • B-Women: Molly (Molly Therese Chapman), Hannah (Hannah Georgina Pellet), G-clef (Geraldina Hinitko)
  • B-Boys: Benmx (Benji Gabriel Cocktail-Bird), Kid Tech (Gerard Capellan), Mighty Duck (Ba Duck Hong)

Skateboarding: Australian Skateboarding at OQS 2024 Shanghai

  • Men (Street): Shane O’Neill, Rome Collier, Tommy Finn
  • Women (Street): Chloe Cowell, Liv Lovelace, Hayley Powell, Felicity Turner
  • Men (Park): Kieran Woolley, Keegan Palmer, Kiefer Wilson, Ash Wilcoms, Ethan Copeland, Phoenix Sinnerton
  • Girls (Park): Ruby Drew, Arisa Drew, Poppy Olson, Charlotte Heath, Aaliyah Wilson, Coco Crafter

Sport climbing: Australian climbers at OQS 2024 Shanghai

  • Men (Speed): Hayden Barton
  • Women (Speed): Grace Crowley
  • Men (Rock and Lead): Dylan Parks
  • Women (Rock and Lead): Maya Stasiuk
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How to Watch Budapest 2024 Olympic Qualifier Series Live in Australia

Watch 2024 Olympic Qualifier Series live streaming on Olympics.com. There will be no live coverage of OQS on any TV channel in Australia.

Olympic Qualifiers Shanghai 2024 Schedule

All are in Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST).

June 20, Thursday

  • Skateboarding: Women’s Park Beginners – 7:40 p.m
  • Sport Climbing: Men’s Boulder & Lead, Boulder Qualification – 8:00 p.m
  • Sport Climbing: Women’s Boulder & Lead, Boulder Qualification – 8:00pm

June 21, Friday

  • Skateboarding: Men’s Street Beginner – 12:35 AM
  • BMX Freestyle: Women’s Freestyle Park Qualifying – 6:00 p.m
  • Sport Climbing: Men’s Boulder & Lead, Lead Qualification – 6:00 p.m
  • Sport Climbing: Women’s Boulder & Lead, Lead Qualification – 6:00am
  • Skateboarding: Men’s Park Beginner – 7:40 p.m
  • BMX Freestyle: Men’s Freestyle Park Qualifying – 10:00 PM

June 22, Saturday

  • Skateboarding: Girls Street Beginner – 12:35 AM
  • Sport Climbing: Women’s Speed ​​Qualification – 1:00 AM
  • Sports Climbing: Men’s Speed ​​Qualification – 1:50 AM
  • Skateboarding: Women’s Park Semifinals – 5:30 p.m
  • Sports Climbing: Men’s Boulder & Lead, Boulder Semi-Finals – 6:00 p.m
  • Sports Climbing: Women’s Bouldering and Lead, Bouldering Semi-Finals – 6:00 p.m
  • Skateboarding: Men’s Street Semifinals – 7:15 p.m
  • BMX Freestyle: Women’s Freestyle Park Final – 7:30 p.m
  • Breaking: B-Boys Pre-Exam – 9:00 p.m
  • Breaking: B-Girls Pre-Exam – 9:00 p.m
  • Sports Climbing: Men’s Boulder & Lead, Lead Semi-Final – 10:00 p.m
  • Sports Climbing: Women’s Boulder & Lead, Lead Semi-Final – 10:00 p.m
  • BMX Freestyle: Men’s Freestyle Park Final – 10:00 p.m
  • Skateboarding – Men’s Park – Semifinals – 11:30 p.m
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Sunday, June 23

  • BREAKING: B-Boys Pre-Qualifiers – 12:45 AM
  • BREAKING: B-Girls Pre-Qualifiers – 12:45 AM
  • Skateboarding: Women’s Street Semifinals – 1:05 AM
  • Sports Climbing: Women’s Speed ​​1/8 Finals – 2:15 AM
  • Sports Climbing: Men’s Speed ​​1/8 Finals – 2:30 AM
  • Sports Climbing: Women’s Speed ​​Quarter Final – 2:45 AM
  • Sports Climbing: Men’s Speed ​​Quarter-Final – 2:55 AM
  • Sports Climbing: Women’s Sprint Semi-Final – 3:05 AM
  • Sports Climbing: Men’s Sprint Semi-Final – 3:10 AM
  • Sports Climbing: Women’s Speed ​​Finals – 3:15 AM
  • Sports Climbing: Men’s Speed ​​Finals – 3:20 AM
  • Breaking: B-Girls Round-Robin – 5:30 p.m
  • Sports Climbing: Women’s Boulder & Lead, Boulder Final – 6:00 p.m
  • Skateboarding: Women’s Park Finals – 6:30 p.m
  • Skateboarding: Men’s Street Finals – 8:00 p.m
  • Sports Climbing: Women’s Boulder & Lead, Lead Final – 8:05 p.m
  • Breaking: B-Boys Round-Robin – 8:45 p.m
  • Skateboarding: Men’s Park Finals – 11:00 p.m
  • Sports Climbing: Men’s Boulder & Lead, Boulder Final – 11:30 p.m

June 24, Monday

  • Breaking – B-Girls Quarter Final – 12:00 AM
  • BREAKING: B-Boys Quarter Final – 12:30 AM
  • Skateboarding: Women’s Street Finals – 1:00 AM
  • BREAKING: B-Women Semi-Final – 1:00 AM
  • BREAKING: B-Boys Semi-Finals – 1:15 AM
  • Sports Climbing: Men’s Boulder & Lead, Lead Final – 1:35 AM
  • Breaking: B-Girls Finals – 1:45 AM
  • Breaking: B-Boys Finals – 2:15 AM

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