FIBA 3×3 World Tour 2022
We’re still relishing those golden moments from the biggest 3×3 competition of the year Crelan FIBA 3×3 World Cup 2022. The good news is that the season has just begun, and we have huge schedule of 3×3 events planned to get you pumped. We started the largest and scariest pro circuit season with two Events in May as an appetizer just before the World Cup. With victories at the Manila Masters and Utsunomiya Opener, world No. 1 Ub lived up to expectations.
The impressive Serbs will also be celebrating after three of their talents, MVP Dejan Majstorovic, Marko Brankovic, and world No. 1 Strahinja Stojacic, contributed significantly to their nation’s fifth World Cup victory in Antwerp. It’s an opportunity for the competitors to catch up in 3×3, commencing at the Prague Masters on July 30 and 31. Before the highlight Abu Dhabi Final in December, there are ten more Masters on a busy calendar.
The largest World Tour ever will visit many brand-new cities, notably Utrecht, Cebu, Macau, and Hong Kong. A number of crucial Challenger races begin on July 1 and 2 with Poitiers.
FIBA 3×3 Women’s Series 2022
You haven’t seen anything yet, but there was a glimpse of the women’s professional circuit in Tel Aviv in May. On July 1-2, it begins with the Poitiers Stop before making a quick stop at Ulaanbaatar, a favorite 3×3 location. Well before the grand finale in Constanta in September, there seem to be eight more venues. The addition of private teams in the league, as opposed to solely federations, has given the women’s 3×3 an extra flavor and enlarged its skill pool. Make sure not to miss your favorite athletes in the Women’s Series after witnessing the wonder women in action in Antwerp.
The FIBA 3×3 Asia Cup will come back to Singapore from July 6–10 after a three-year hiatus. Singapore is a well-known South East Asian nation where 3×3 made its international debut at the Youth Olympic Games in 2010. When 12 women’s teams and 12 men’s teams compete in the big feature for the title of best in Asia, continental dominance will be on the brink. Australia is the reigning champion in both categories, but the continent now has a far wider range of talent.
This year’s FIBA 3×3 Europe Cup will take place in Graz, Austria, which has quickly become a 3×3 fan favorite. The competition will take place from September 9 to 11 and feature a combination of 24 teams from 20 different nations.
In December, Cairo will host the fourth iteration of the FIBA 3×3 Africa Cup to conclude the competition’s three-year absence. Both the men’s and women’s reigning champions are Egypt.
Top-tier contests, like the FIBA 3×3 U18 World Cup in Hungary from August 23–28. The FIBA 3×3 U23 World Cup in Bucharest, the 3×3 Mecca, from October 5–9, will feature the hottest emerging talent.