New dates have been announced for the Apparatus World Cup in Doha - the last event in the artistic gymnastics qualification process for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
June 23 to 26 is the new window for the event, which had been scheduled for March 2020 and then March 2021, but on both occasions was postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) said an agreement on dates had been reached with the Qatari Government.
With All-Around World Cups in Tokyo, Stuttgart and Birmingham all cancelled this year, the Doha event has taken on extra significance.
It will see the final Tokyo 2020 quota places allocated.
The FIG has not staged an Apparatus World Cup since March 2020, when a competition in Azerbaijan's capital Baku was cancelled midway through as the extent of the coronavirus crisis began to become clear.
Results from qualification were held as the final standings.
June's World Cup in Doha will be held at Aspire Dome, which also hosted the 2018 World Championships - the first event in the Olympic qualification process.
The qualification rules have been updated several times since in response to pandemic-related calendar disruption.