Shoot-Out Contest

Format

Qualification: Up to one player per World Tour team attempts 10 shots (all worth one point) from the top of the arc, without time limit during the Day 1. The 4 players who score the most points in the shortest amount of time advance to the final. In case of a tie (same points and time), the tied players shoot again.

 SHOOT-OUT CONTEST-QUALIFICATION
PLAYER POINTS (MAX 10) TIME
Nolan Brudehl (Saskatoon-CAN)
7
31,4

Alvaro Calvo (Valladolid-ESP)

4 26,67

Bogdan Dragovic (Zemun-SRB)

3 30,01

Dominique Gentil (Paris-FRA)

5 30,45
Michael Hicks (Gdansk-POL)
6
31,37

Jaka Hladnik (Kranj-SLO)

2 32,23

Stefan Kojic (Liman-SRB)

5 33,54
Marco Lehmann (Lausanne-SUI)
8
25,95

Filip Simic (Obrenovac-SRB)

3 30,53

Barhan Topuz (Manisa-TUR)

4 33,5

Nikola Vujovic (Maribor-SLO)

6 34,58
Gionatá Zampolli (Pavia-ITA)
 34,53

 

Final: Before the semi-finals on Day 2, the 4 qualified players attempt 18 shots from four different locations: five from the right wing (45° angle from the baseline), five from the top of the arc (same location as qualification phase), five from the left wing (45° from the baseline) and three from the 3x3 logo. Shots from around the arc are worth 1 point, while shots from the 3x3 logo are worth 2 points. In case of a tie (same points and time), the tied players shoot again.

 SHOOT-OUT CONTEST-FINAL
PLAYER POINTS 

Michael Hicks (Gdansk-POL)

 10

Gionatá Zampolli (Pavia-ITA)

 10

Nolan Brudehl (Saskatoon-CAN)

 9

Marco Lehmann (Lausanne-SUI)
 11


Prizes: tbd‏