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« Reply #29 on: Aug 09, 2012, 04:33:14 AM »

3x3 Basketball Tournaments • Competencias de Baloncesto 3x3

3x3 - Riga to provide unique venue for 3x3 championship

The mayor of Latvia's capital Riga has granted the right to use the city's most famous site for the Latvian 3x3 Championship, which will take place on 11-12 August.

The Freedom Monument - which honours soldiers killed during the Latvian War of Independence (1918-1920) - will be the place to be on that weekend. The site holds many public gatherings and official ceremonies throughout the year.

Last month, at a press conference held at the venue, Latvian Basketball Union President Valdis Voins, Mayor of Riga Nils Usakovs and Latvian 3x3 Championship Director Arnis Ozols were on hand to explain why this specific spot was chosen to demonstrate the fun game of 3x3.




"We are really glad that the 3x3 championship organisers are able to put this event together in Riga," said Usakovs.

"I hope that this particular competition will help popularise this sport to the general public and also encourage people to have a more active lifestyle."

The Latvian 3x3 Championship will also serve as a qualifying event for players who will represent Latvia at the FIBA 3x3 World Championship  in Athens, Greece (23-26 August) and the FIBA 3x3 U18 World Championship in Madrid, Spain a month later (28-30 September).

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« Reply #28 on: Aug 02, 2012, 04:33:32 AM »

3x3 Basketball Tournaments • Competencias de Baloncesto 3x3

3x3 - Draw results for the inaugural FIBA 3x3 World Championship

The draw for the inaugural FIBA 3x3 World Championship for men and women in Athens, Greece has taken place.

The 24 men's and 24 women's teams were each divided into four groups of six teams as follows:


Men
 
Group A: Estonia - Sri Lanka - Greece - Russia - Ivory Coast - Brazil

Group B: Nepal - Czech Republic - Spain - Serbia - Latvia - Slovenia

Group C: Guam - Ukraine - Argentina - France - Dominican Republic - Venezuela

Group D: Romania - Egypt - USA - Turkey  - England - Lebanon



Women

Group A: Ukraine- Brazil - Mexico - Australia - Estonia - Chinese Taipei

Group B: Hungary - France - Slovakia - Czech Republic - Nepal - Greece

Group C: Jordan - Spain - England - England - Slovenia - Turkey

Group D: Sri Lanka - Argentina - Germany - USA - Netherlands - Angola

 

During the four day tournament, that will take place from 26 to 29 August in downtown Athens' Zapion Park, each team will face the five others in their respective group, with the top four teams progressing to the Eighth Finals of a standard knock-out round.

The FIBA 3x3 World Championships also include individual skills challenges for participating players as well as numerous side-events and entertainment for attending fans.




Meanwhile, the second edition of the FIBA 3x3 U18 World Championship will be held in Alcobendas-Madrid, Spain from 28 to 30 September (moved from its original location of Seville).

The draw for the FIBA 3x3 U18 World Championship will be held in Madrid during the FIBA 3x3 World Tour, to be played on 7-8 September.



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« Reply #27 on: Jul 30, 2012, 05:21:22 AM »

3x3 Basketball Tournaments • Competencias de Baloncesto 3x3

3x3 - Czech house hosts 3x3 basketball throughout Olympics

With London becoming the centre of the sporting universe over the next two weeks, FIBA and the Czech Olympic Committee have teamed up to bring 3x3 basketball to the British capital.

Curious passers-by and sports fans as well as Basketball players will be able to discover the fast-growing discipline, which is bidding for a place at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games in just four years' time, at the 'Czech House' in London (52 Upper Street London - N1 OQH) between 28 July and 11 August.
Every day from 11 am to 7 pm (local time) people will be able to play pick-up games, open tournaments, follow high-level games as well as take part in a number of fun activities to help discover 3x3.

Demonstrations of the revolutionary community website and individual worldwide ranking system 3x3planet.com and its App will be provided by on-site staff, while players and spectators can win a wide range of prizes, with free give-aways - including 3x3 game jerseys - also up for grabs.

To make it an even more enjoyable experience, former athletes are expected to show-up and join in on the fun.




3x3 - Polish and Ukrainian champions add to Istanbul WT line-up

Two 3x3 championships were held, one was in Lodz Poland and the other in Kiev Ukraine.

The winners of these championships have been awarded a trip to Istanbul for the FIBA 3x3 World Tour stage that will take place on 1-2 September.

The Polish 3x3 championship was held in front of the 'Manufaktura', Poland's biggest shopping mall. There was a large audience and many by passers were able to discover and appreciate the winning team 'Druzyna Budextan Streetball 4' success.

Prior to the finals in Lodz, seven stages had taken place across the country, where many teams and players were able to showcase their talent and love for 3x3 basketball.

In Ukraine after a hard fought finals, team 'Avantazah-Politekhnik' came out on top by winning two of a best of three finals series.

The spectators were thrilled at seeing some spectacular plays, dunks and block shots during the course of the event.

Anna Sorokina, Director of the Department for Olympic Movement of Ukraine and 2000 Sydney Olympic synchronized diving Bronze medalist, was present and was more than impressed at the level of intensity that was being displayed at Pushkin Park in Kiev.

Both champions from Poland and Ukraine will take part in Istanbul's 3x3 World Tour stage.



 
3x3 - Vladivostok, Khabarovsk clinch Miami berths

Russian teams Vladivostok and Khabarovsk booked their places for the FIBA 3x3 World Tour Final in Miami, USA by finishing as winners and runners-up respectively at the Vladivostok event held on Saturday.

Playing in front of their home crowd and looking to successfully defend their 2011 Pacific Open title, the home team - which consisted of Eduard Sandler, Mikhail Sorokin, Anatolii Nikitin and Konstantin Bozhko - cruised to comfortable wins in the first round before holding off the challenges of Tokyo, New Taipei City and their fellow countrymen from Khabarovsk in the knock-out round.

With Sandler scoring almost at will and Sorokin proving an unstoppable force down in the post, Vladivostok were a tough proposition for all their opponents and, as an added bonus, had the fans cheering them on throughout.

As well as securing their place in Miami, Vladivostok also took home the winners' check of $12,000.

Reaching the title game was quite an achievement for Khaborovsk, who put on an outside shooting exhibition to come from behind to beat the third Russian team in the tournament, Amur, in the second Semi-Final.




Meanwhile, in the individual competitions, Eamon Larman-Ripon of Geelong won the dunk contest thanks to an impressive two-handed reverse slam off of an alley-oop pass, while Chine Taipei's Chun-An Yu edged out Melbourne's Simon Hughes to win the Samsung Shoot Contest.

The next stop on the FIBA 3x3 World Tour will be New York, USA on 18-19 August.

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« Reply #26 on: Jul 27, 2012, 05:13:16 AM »

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3x3 - FISU hosts 3x3 basketball in Serbia

This week will not only be remembered for the inaugural 3x3 World Tour opener in Sao Paulo but also as the first edition of the International University Sports Federation (FISU) 3x3 World University Basketball Championship in Kragujevac, Serbia.

FISU, who have chosen to use the 3x3 format for their basketball championships, were delighted with the outcome of the event in which a total of 22 teams took part, with Serbia and Italy winning the gold medals in the respective men and women's events.

"It's an inaugural event so we know we will have improvements to implement in the future, but our goal is to work closely alongside FIBA in order to be part of this 3x3 project and help develop it. We also hope that this opening edition will also help attract more countries for the next edition in Brazil," said Julien Buhajezuk, FISU's executive assistant.

Buhajezuk believes that the format, which will also be used for the FISU World University Championships, matches their needs perfectly.

"We are a federation oriented towards students and thus young people. It seems interesting for us to work as a lab and test new disciplines like 3x3," he added.

Beyond the success of the event in the city of Kragujevac - which incidentally has expressed interest in hosting future 3x3 events such as a 3x3 World Tour Challenger - FISU says that the 3x3 format has helped generate interest in organising the next editions of this event from several countries worldwide.

"We hope to be able to contribute to the development of 3x3. After Serbia, Brazil will organise the 2014 edition and we have already received interest especially from Africa for 2016."

"This hopefully promises a bright future for 3x3 within the FISU programme,"  Buhajezuk concluded.




3x3 - First round groups set for Vladivostok following draw

The 15 teams competing in this weekend's FIBA 3x3 World Tour in Vladivostok, Russia, found out their first round opponents.

The draw took place ahead of Saturday's event and the results are the following:

Group A: Primorsky Territory (RUS); Melbourne (AUS); Guangzhou (CHN); Tokyo (JPN); Singapore (SIN)
Group B: Vladivostok (RUS); Geelong (AUS); New Taipei City (TPE); Jakarta (INA); Sri Lanka (SRI)
Group C: Khabarovsk (RUS); New York (USA); Auckland (NZL); Fukushima (JPN); K amp Lintfort (GER)

The first round is played in a round robin format, meaning each team plays every other one in its group.

The two best teams from each group and the two best third-placed teams will progress to the Quarter-Finals. There the tournament continues in a standard knock-out format.

The teams that reach the title game will qualify for the FIBA 3x3 World Tour Final to be played in Miami, USA (22-23 September).

The action in Vladivostok gets underway at 11am local time on Quay Naberezhnaya.

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« Reply #25 on: Jun 19, 2012, 09:39:49 AM »

3x3 Basketball Tournaments • Competencias de Baloncesto 3x3

FIBA launches revolutionary digital platform 3x3planet.com

FIBA on Wednesday launched 3x3planet.com, the revolutionary community website and individual worldwide ranking system for players and tournament organisers.

Once players have registered and created a personalised profile on 3x3planet.com, they can connect and communicate with other 3x3 users, find team mates and opponents, locate and sign up to a large number of available tournaments, collecting ranking points every time they play.

FIBA’s extensive 3x3 competition network – which already includes more than 300 tournaments in over 50 countries – is integrated into 3x3planet.com.

The simple endorsement process allows any tournament to become a part of the network, while tournament organisers can manage all aspects of their event thanks to the EventMaker competition management freeware.

A variety of different competition levels are available, from basic standalone tournaments to higher-rated 3x3 World Tour qualifying events, with the top flagship events being FIBA 3x3 World Tour and FIBA 3x3 World Championships.

In addition to 3x3planet.com and the 3x3planet EventMaker, FIBA is set to unveil the 3x3planet mobile App later this summer, allowing players to record results and score ranking points from pick-up games (informal or friendly games that do not belong to a formal tournament).

FIBA Secretary General and IOC Member Patrick Baumann said: “The launch of 3x3planet.com represents a major milestone in the development of 3x3 basketball. It makes organising and playing basketball more simple and accessible, giving millions of orphaned players the opportunity to be part of a worldwide community. 3x3planet.com is the Facebook of basketball and much more; it’s something every 3x3 player needs to be a part of.”

For an overview of 3x3planet.com, watch the “Join 3x3planet.com” video.

About FIBA and 3x3 basketball

Exciting, urban and innovative, 3x3 basketball is inspired by several forms of streetball played worldwide. Endorsed by FIBA, games see two teams of three players face off on a standard half-court.

It was played successfully for the first time in international competition at the 2010 Youth Olympic Games (YOG) in Singapore, while the first-ever FIBA 3x3 U18 World Championships were held in Rimini, Italy in September 2011.




The FIBA 3x3 World Tour will see men’s teams from around the world qualify for Masters tournaments in some of the world’s most cosmopolitan cities with the best teams qualifying for the FIBA 3x3 World Tour Final. FIBA 3x3 World Championships for Men, Women and U18s are national team competitions that determine the best 3x3 nation for each respective category.

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