Thirteen countries in America reached places for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games after the end of the world cycling season, as published by the International Cycling Union (UCI) in the latest UCI Ranking, which served to define the places of the different nations for the fair ones.

“The world ranking of nations of the International Cycling Union (UCI) on Tuesday, October 17, had an important peculiarity. “It was the deadline chosen to decide the distribution of 80 of the 90 Olympic quotas by gender for the road cycling events of the Paris 2024 Olympic Games,” the Olympic Games reported.

The regulations for delivering tickets apply the following method:

– Nations from 1 to 5 in the ranking: 4 quotas

– Nations from 6th to 10th in the ranking: 3 quotas

– Nations from 11th to 20th in the ranking: 2 quotas

– Nations from 21st to 45th in the ranking: 1 quota

In the men’s section, the United States will have three representatives on the route, while Colombia and Canada will have two. For their part, Ecuador, Venezuela, Argentina, Panama, Uruguay and Brazil achieved one ticket per capita. Of these nations, only four will have a place for the time trial: northerners, Canadians, Colombians and Ecuadorians.

The panorama expands in the women’s event, when the United States and Canada secured two places; while with a confirmed direct passage Cuba, Colombia, Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica and Mexico appear. For the time trial event, only two northerners and one Canadian will be able to start.

The quota obtained for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games is for the country (flag) and does not necessarily imply that whoever achieved it is the one who travels to the event. Each Cycling Federation must decide next year who will be its representative in the competition.

In total there will be 90 names that will compete on the route in both sexes, while only 35 aspire to the podium in the time trial, with the possibility that there may be riders who repeat in both events.

Male ranking:


Three places: United States

Two places: Colombia, Canada

One place: Ecuador, Venezuela, Argentina, Panama, Uruguay and Brazil

Time trial:

United States (2), Colombia (1), Canada (2), Ecuador (1)

Women’s ranking:


Two places: United States, Canada,

One place: Cuba, Colombia, Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica and Mexico

Time trial:

United States (2), Canada (1)