Since France is hosting the games, they are entitled to a single quota for men and women. An equal number of men and women will be allotted to the Universality Place, which will be determined by the IOC’s Tripartite Commission (IOC).

Over the next three years, all other athletes will have to compete in various international tournaments to be eligible.

From October 29 to November 6, the 2022 World Championships in Liverpool, England, will have three teams from the United States competing. Antwerp, Belgium, will host the 2023 World Championships from October 1 to 8, 2023, where nine other teams will be eligible to compete.

The results of the competitions will decide both the men’s and women’s finals. Individual all-around and apparatus quotas will be opened up for each team that qualifies for the competition. Athletes are not required to compete on every piece of equipment.

The three highest-ranked NOCs that failed not to qualify for the team event at the 2023 World Championships will each receive one individual quota slot for their NOC.

At the 2023 World Championships, athletes who did not make the team will begin the particular qualification procedure, with eight men and 14 women qualifying for the men’s and women’s events, respectively. On each piece of equipment, these athletes will be able to compete.

On top of this, athletes who did not qualify through previous tournaments will be able to win quotas for their nation of origin at the 2023 World Championships.

There will be two quotas per gender for each apparatus in the World Cup Series in 2024.

There will be a general quota gained at the 2024 Continental Championships, and there will be a quota of five athletes per gender.