Tokyo Olympics World Wrestling Alliance

With the postponement of the Tokyo Olympics for one year, the World Wrestling Federation has announced that it will not change the quotas already earned by each country and region.

Wrestling was held for 18 men and women at the Tokyo Olympics, and the top five countries in the world championships last September won the quota.

According to the announcement of the World Wrestling Federation, each country and region will not change the quota already earned.

In Japan, three men's class and five women's class have already won the quota, and eight people have been appointed as representatives including Risako Kawai and Kenichiro Fumita.

The Japan Wrestling Association has already decided not to change the athlete's job offer and eight players are expected to keep their job offer.

Players of the class who have not acquired the quota will aim for a job offer in the Asian qualifying and the world qualifying in the future, but the qualifying is postponed due to the new coronavirus and will adjust the holding time is.

The World Wrestling Federation has also decided to postpone all international competitions until June.