The very best from around the world do battle in four different events: the men's 3x3 tournament, the women's 3x3 tournament, the Shoot-Out Contest (women) and last but not least the Dunk Contest (men).
Contrary to the "open" network of tournaments (which includes the FIBA 3x3 World Tour), players taking part in the 3x3 competition of the Youth Olympic Games do not create the team themselves but instead are selected by their national federations to represent their countries.
In order to be eligible, players who compete in the 3x3 Competition of the Youth Olympic Games must be registered on play.fiba3x3.com and have the nationality of the country they represent. All players must also be born after 1 January 2000.
This is the third edition of the 3x3 event at the Youth Olympic Games. For more information about 3x3 basketball, including events, rules and much more, visit fiba3x3.com
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