The Colombian Cycling Federation and the Colombian Olympic Committee were notified by the International Cycling Union about the allocation of a new quota in track cycling for our country in the Olympic Games Paris 2024.

The new numerical quota will be for the sprint and men’s keirin events, which was assigned by the resignation of Israel and Suriname to their second place, a development that benefited Colombia and Kazakhstan, a nation that will have its first participant.

Thus, Colombia will have five numerical quotas in the Paris 2024 track:

-Two quotas in keirin and men’s sprint.

-Two slots in keirin and women’s sprint

-One quota in men’s omnium.

Likewise, the UCI also ratified that Colombia obtained three places for road cycling, two for men (for the CRI and long-distance) and one for women (long-distance).

It is important to keep in mind that the quotas in track and road are numerical, that is to say that they are quotas for the country and it will be the national selectors of each modality who will choose the riders who will compete in the different Olympic events.


On May 26, the Olympic ranking will close in MTB, a modality in which Colombia is looking for the classification of a man in the Olympic cross country.

Similarly, on June 2, the BMX Racing classification will be closed, a modality in which our country seeks the classification of three men and two women to Paris 2024.

Finally, on June 7, the BMX Freestyle classification process will be closed, a modality in which Colombia seeks to secure a women’s place in the park.