2017 FIBA 3x3 World Cup – Women's tournament

The women's tournament of the 2017 FIBA 3x3 World Cup host in Nantes, France, was attended by 20 teams.

2017 FIBA 3x3 World Championships
Women's tournament
Tournament information
DatesJune 17–21
Host(s)France
Venue(s)Parc des Chantiers de I’lle
Teams20
Final positions
Champion Russia (1st title)
1st runners-up Hungary
2nd runners-up Ukraine
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Participating teamsEdit

Every FIBA zone except FIBA Africa were represented. The top 20 teams, including the hosts, based on the FIBA National Federation ranking qualified for the tournament as of 01.03.2017.[1]

PlayersEdit

Team Players (World Ranking as of 17.06.2017)
  Andorra Nàdia Mun (822), Claudia Brunet (1774), Jennifer Carmona (2069), Maria Martín Moliné (2081)
  Argentina Inés Orselli Swinnen (51928), Sofia Chelini (-), Mara Marchizotti (-), Noelia Zinna (-)
  Australia Rebecca Cole (-), Carley Mijović (-), Nadeen Payne (-), Amelia Todhunter (-)
  Bahrain Fatima Bushehri (3594), Seema Hassan (4185), Fatima Ali (4467), Hessa Aljaber (25514)
  China Qi Xue Xuan (11558), Liu Yusen (20947), Ruoyun Zhai (24920), Zhang Meng (24947)
  Czech Republic Tereza Vorlova (199), Kristýna Minarovicova (366), Michaela Uhrová (472), Kateřina Novotna (621)
  France Alice Nayo (535), Dijon Sandra (582), Caroline Heriaud (712), Sabrina Palie (849)
  Germany Lara Muller (17623), Kristin Annawald (17802), Mary Ann Mihalyi (17803), Wiebke Bruns (25211)
  Hungary Alexandra Theodorean (261), Krisztina Sule (1762), Bettina Bozóki (3608), Klaudia Papp (4373)
  Italy Marcella Filippi (635), Federica Tognalini (1195), Alice Richter (13559), Rae Lin D'alie (-)
  Japan Masami Tachiwaka (5571), Yui Hanada (15472), Megumi Iizuka (40307), Ryoko Yano (-)
  Kazakhstan Aidana Satova (1969), Aizhan Mukhamedyarova (2215), Gulmira Soltankulova (2627), Yulia Sayapina (22452)
  Kyrgyzstan Diana Akzholtoeva (1781), Aigul Dzhaparova (2152), Marina Pechenikhina (7040), Anastasiia Shamonina (8870)
  Netherlands Karin Kuijt (4061), Jacobine Klerx (5846), Loyce Bettonvil (5855), Jill Bettonvil (5873)
  Russia Aleksandra Stolyar (1401), Anna Leshkovtseva (3887), Anastasia Logunova (-), Tatiana Petrushina (-)
  Spain Esther Montenegro (2313), Sandra Ygueravide (2325), Vega Gimeno (2628), Celia Menéndez (10509)
   Switzerland Marielle Giroud (1054), Alexia Rol (1075), Sarah Kershaw (1357), Caroline Turin (20723)
  Turkmenistan Nigyara Nagiyeva (1413), Leyla Halilova (1442), Ayna Gokova (1508), Mahrijemal Jumageldiyeva (1543)
  Ukraine Darya Zavidna (394), Oksana Mollova (737), Ganna Zarytska (1185), Krystyna Filevych (3055)
  Venezuela Ivaney Marquez (2337), Raymar Garcia (3520), Luisana Ortega (3683), Siuly Marcano (4066)

Main tournamentEdit

Preliminary roundEdit

Pool AEdit

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Qualification          
1   Russia 4 4 0 75 24 +51 Qualification to knockout stage 12–10 20–7 21–3 22–4
2   Hungary 4 3 1 73 27 +46 10–12 20–6 21–6 22–3
3   Germany 4 2 2 47 58 −11 7–20 6–20 21–6 13–12
4   Kazakhstan 4 1 3 34 67 −33 3–21 6–21 6–21 19–4
5   Kyrgyzstan 4 0 4 23 76 −53 4–22 3–22 12–13 4–19
Source:[citation needed]
Rules for classification: 1) Wins; 2) Head-to-Head record; 3) Points scored; 4) Higher seed.

Pool BEdit

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Qualification          
1    Switzerland 4 4 0 72 34 +38 Qualification to knockout stage 15–13 15–13 21–4 21–4
2   Spain 4 3 1 71 39 +32 13–15 17–15 20–3 21–6
3   France 4 2 2 60 53 +7 13–15 15–17 17–9 15–12
4   Turkmenistan 4 1 3 27 67 −40 4–21 3–20 9–17 11–9
5   Venezuela 4 0 4 31 68 −37 4–21 6–21 12–15 9–11
Source:[citation needed]
Rules for classification: 1) Wins; 2) Head-to-Head record; 3) Points scored; 4) Higher seed.

Pool CEdit

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Qualification          
1   Netherlands 4 4 0 61 45 +16 Qualification to knockout stage 17–12 16–14 16–9 12–10
2   Ukraine 4 3 1 70 47 +23 12–17 21–12 15–9 22–9
3   Australia 4 2 2 65 52 +13 14–16 12–21 18–8 21–7
4   Japan 4 1 3 45 58 −13 9–16 9–15 8–18 19–9
5   China 4 0 4 35 74 −39 10–12 9–22 7–21 9–19
Source:[citation needed]
Rules for classification: 1) Wins; 2) Head-to-Head record; 3) Points scored; 4) Higher seed.

Pool DEdit

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Qualification          
1   Italy 4 4 0 73 29 +44 Qualification to knockout stage 18–8 15–5 18–11 21–5
2   Czech Republic 4 3 1 71 44 +27 8–18 21–10 21–9 21–7
3   Argentina 4 2 2 51 46 +5 5–15 10–21 15–6 21–4
4   Andorra 4 1 3 39 36 +3 11–18 9–21 6–15 13–7
5   Bahrain 4 0 4 23 61 −38 5–21 7–21 4–21 7–13
Source:[citation needed]
Rules for classification: 1) Wins; 2) Head-to-Head record; 3) Points scored; 4) Higher seed.

Knockout stageEdit

 
Quarter-finalsSemi-finalsFinal
 
          
 
 
 
 
  Russia22
 
 
 
  Czech Republic13
 
  Russia21
 
 
 
  Netherlands9
 
  Netherlands17
 
 
 
  Spain13
 
  Russia19
 
 
 
  Hungary12
 
   Switzerland9
 
 
 
  Ukraine13
 
  Ukraine13
 
 
 
  Hungary15 Bronze Final
 
  Italy16
 
 
 
  Hungary18
 
  Netherlands13
 
 
  Ukraine15
 

Final standingsEdit

Pos Team Pld W L PF
1   Russia 7 7 0 137
2   Hungary 7 5 2 118
3   Ukraine 7 5 2 111
4   Netherlands 7 5 2 100
5   Italy 5 4 1 89
6    Switzerland 5 4 1 81
7   Czech Republic 5 3 2 84
8   Spain 5 3 2 84
9   Australia 4 2 2 65
10   France 4 2 2 60
11   Argentina 4 2 2 51
12   Germany 4 2 2 47
13   Japan 4 1 3 45
14   Andorra 4 1 3 39
15   Kazakhstan 4 1 3 34
16   Turkmenistan 4 1 3 27
17   China 4 0 4 35
18   Venezuela 4 0 4 31
19   Bahrain 4 0 4 23
20   Kyrgyzstan 4 0 4 23

Individual contestsEdit

Skills contestEdit

QualificationEdit

Format

One player from each women's team was eligible to enter the Skills contest. In the qualification stage, each player were to perform a set of basketball moves and skills from a starting line at a side of the player's choosing:[2]

  • Hit Corner Shot after the "Go" signal is made
  • Dribble through a slalom through four cones
  • Make a straight pass into a target
  • Dribble through a second slalom with 2 balls forwards then backwards
  • Make a straight pass
  • Make a third dribble through the slalom
  • Score a basket.

The four fastest women who were able to perform the tasked required qualified for the final round. A time limit of 45 seconds was given. In the case of a tie, the tied players would have to do the same run again.[2]

Results[2]
Qualification for the final
Team Player Time left
  Andorra Claudia Brunet 16
  Netherlands Karin Kuijt 16
  Japan Yui Hanada 15
  China Liu Yusen 14.9
  Australia Rebecca Cole 14.6
  France Caroline Heriaud 12
  Hungary Alexandra Theodorean 12
  Spain Sandra Ygueravide 12
  Venezuela Raymar Garcia 11
  Argentina Ines Orselli 8
  Germany Lara Muller 7
  Russia Anna Leskovtseva 6
  Turkmenistan Layla Halilova 3
  Italy Rae Lin D'alie 2

FinalEdit

Format

The format used in the qualification round is used once again but this time the players face each other head to head with the best player from the qualification playing against the fourth best and the second best player playing against the third.[2]

Results
Team Player
    Andorra Claudia Brunet
    Netherlands Karin Kuijt
    Japan Yui Hanada
4th   China Liu Yusen

AwardsEdit

Team of the Day
Game of the Day
MVP of tournament


 2017 FIBA 3x3 World Champions – Women's  
 
Russia
1st title

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Team". FIBA. 10 June 2017. Retrieved 10 June 2017.
  2. ^ a b c d "Skills Contest". FIBA 3x3 World Cup 2017. FIBA. Retrieved 25 June 2017.
  3. ^ "Netherlands shine on Day 1 at FIBA 3x3 World Cup 2017". FIBA 3x3 World Cup 2017. FIBA. 17 June 2017. Retrieved 19 June 2017.
  4. ^ "France impress on Day 2 at FIBA 3x3 World Cup 2017". FIBA 3x3 World Cup 2017. FIBA. 18 June 2017. Retrieved 19 June 2017.
  5. ^ "MVP Leshkovtseva stars on women's Team of the Tournament at FIBA 3x3 World Cup 2017". FIBA 3x3 World Cup 2017. FIBA. 21 June 2017. Retrieved 21 June 2017.

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