Russia has already qualified as a team and is able to send 2 gymnasts but no gymnasts are on the nominative list.
On the women's side USA, Russia, Great Britain, China, Italy, Japan, Canada, and the Netherlands have already qualified a team.
Not only is it a high stakes event and a great chance to give international experience and try out new seniors on a big stage, it is also a chance for gymnasts and coaches to scope out the arena, the Olympic Village, training halls, etc.
It's a great time to start planning for the big trip - jet lag, climate acclimation, etc.
The Rio Test Event will take place on April 16-18 at the Rio Olympic Arena.
This will be the last chance for gymnasts to qualify for the Olympic Games in Rio later this year.
Hong Un Jong of PRK (silver on vault) and Pauline Schaefer of GER (bronze on balance beam) have already qualified to the Olympics.
On the men's side Japan, China, Great Britain, Russia, USA, Switzerland, Brazil, and Korea have already qualified a team.
Rayderley Zapata (FX) of Spain, Harutyun Merdinyan (PH) of Armenia, Eleftherios Petrounias (SR) of Greece, Ri Se Gwang (VT) of North Korea, Marian Dragulescu (VT) of Romania, Oleg Verniaiev (PB) of Ukraine, Oleg Stepko (PB) of Azerbaijan, and Manrique Larduet (HB) of Cuba have already qualified to the Olympics as an individual. This allows Belgium to bring a team of gymnasts to the Test Event and Belarus will bring 2 gymnasts instead.
Teams that placed 9-16 at the World Championships in 2015 will have an additional chance to qualify.
The top 4 teams at this meet will go to the Olympics.
The other 4 teams will be able to choose one athlete to send to the Olympics.
All other athletes competing at the Test Event, are vying for their spot at the Olympics.