This past weekend saw the start of the UCI Olympic qualification ranking with races in the USA and the Netherlands.
For the men they take the top three point earners between Elite and Junior (combined).
Example: Canada, Germany, and Norway; all points from Juniors.
France, Latvia, and Netherlands; mix of Elite and Junior points (Daudet, Andre, Gonzalez for France; Strombergs, Treimanis, and Krigers for Latvia; and van Gorkom, van der Biezen, and Schippers for Holland).
When it comes down to it Elites earn more points than Juniors, so for most countries they'll use the points from three Elites; while other countries (without strong Elites) might still depend on Junior points to earn spots at the Olympics.

Here is what the men's standings should look like.
Rank Country Points #riders qualified
1 USA 233 3
2 LAT 211 3
3 FRA 179 3
4 GBR 137 3
5 NED 118 2
6 CAN 60 2
7 JPN 40 2
8 ECU 35 1
9 RSA 35 1
10 RUS 30 1
11 NOR 30 1
12 AUS 28 1
13 GER 17 1

Women's points
Rank Country Points #riders qualified
1 USA 165 2
2 NED 110 2
3 GBR 95 2
4 AUS 90 2
5 FRA 82 1
6 RUS 75 1
7 VEN 74 1
8 LTU 71
9 BEL 71
10 THA 66
11 DEN 65
12 CAN 50
13 PUR 24
14 ITA 22
15 SUI 19


From now until 2016 Rio I will only post the Olympic qualification ranking; not the annual Nations points.