Cycling

Track:

Track cycling is done entirely through UCI nation rankings.

Team sprint – top 8 teams per gender

Team pursuit – top 8 teams per gender

Madison – all NOCs with a qualified team pursuit, in addition to the next 8 teams per gender (total of 16 teams)

Omnium – NOCs directly qualifying for Madison, in addition to the next 12 (men) or 13 (women) (total of 20 or 21 individuals)

Sprint – NOCs qualifying in team sprint enter 2 individuals, in addition to the next 7 best-ranked in individual sprint, and the next 7 best-ranked in Keirin (total of 30 individuals)

Road:

Majority of the places in road cycling are attributed through the UCI nation rankings (122 for men, 62 for women). 2 men and 1 woman each in Africa, Americas, and Asia can qualify through individual road race continental championships.

 

Mountain:

 

 Thirty places (per gender) will be allocated through the UCI nation rankings and three through continental championships with one each for Africa, Americas, and Asia. One spot per gender has been reserved for host nation Japan. The remaining four spots will be awarded to the top mountain bikers competing at the 2019 UCI World Championships, with two each in the elite and under-23, respectively.

BMX:

In the BMX race, twenty-four spots are available for each gender, with one reserved for host nation Japan. Eighteen places will be awarded to the highest-ranked NOCs through the UCI qualification rankings, three through the UCI individual rankings, and the remaining two through the 2020 UCI World Championships. In the BMX freestyle events, nine spots are available for each gender, with one reserved for host nation Japan, six for the highest-ranked NOCs through the UCI rankings, and the remaining two for those competing at the 2019 UCI Urban Cycling World Championships.

India Watch:

Deborah is the highest placed Indian - male or female at No. 118 in the rankings for track events. So not feasible for  participation.