2017 FIBA 3x3 Europe Cup

The 2017 FIBA 3x3 Europe Cup was the third edition of the 3x3 Europe Championships, organized by FIBA Europe, and was held between 7 and 9 July 2017, at the Museumplein in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.[1] This 3x3 basketball competition featured separate tournaments for men's and women's national teams.

2017 FIBA 3x3 Europe Cup
Tournament information
LocationMuseumplein, Amsterdam
Dates7–9 July
Host(s) Netherlands
Teams24
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Latvia won their first European championship title in the men's tournament, by beating Slovenia in the final. In the women's tournament, Russia won their second European championship title by beating Spain in the final.

QualificationEdit

The qualification events took place in June 2017. Twenty-four teams from 16 countries took part in these tournaments, with 12 teams of each gender qualifying for the final championship.

MenEdit

Event Date Location Berths Qualified
Host nation 13 February   Geneva 1   Netherlands
France Qualifier 23–24 June   Poitiers 5   Serbia
  France
  Hungary
  Switzerland
  Turkey
Andorra Qualifier 24–25 June   Escaldes-Engordany 6   Latvia
  Russia
  Spain
  Ukraine
  Czech Republic
  Slovenia
TOTAL 12

WomenEdit

Event Date Location Berths Qualified
Host nation 13 February   Geneva 1   Netherlands
France Qualifier 23–24 June   Poitiers 6   Russia
  Spain
  Czech Republic
  Ireland
  France
  Serbia
Andorra Qualifier 24–25 June   Escaldes-Engordany 5   Hungary
  Switzerland
  Italy
  Romania
  Slovakia
TOTAL 12

Participating teamsEdit

The FIBA 3x3 Federation Ranking was used as basis to determine the participating FIBA member associations.[2] Pools were announced on 26 June 2017.[3]

MenEdit

Group A
Group B
Group C
Group D

WomenEdit

Group A
Group B
Group C
Group D

MedalistsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's team
Details
  Latvia
Agnis Čavars
Edgars Krūmiņš
Kārlis Lasmanis
Nauris Miezis
  Slovenia
Simon Finžgar
Adin Kavgić
Gašper Ovnik
Anže Srebovt
  Ukraine
Sasha Kobets
Dmytro Lypovtsev
Stanislav Tymofeyenko
Maksym Zakurdaiev
Women's team
Details
  Russia
Anna Leshkovtseva
Anastasia Logunova
Tatiana Petrushina
Aleksandra Stolyar
  Spain
Aitana Cuevas
Cristina Hurtado
Paula Palomares
Irene San Román
  Netherlands
Sharon Beld
Loyce Bettonvil
Jacobine Klerx
Karin Kuijt

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