Shoot-Out Contest

Medals: The player with the most points in the shortest amount of time time wins the gold medal, second strikes silver and third earns a bronze medal.

Gold: Angel Santana (ROU)
Silver:
Paula Palomares (ESP)
Bronze:
Natalie Romeo (USA)
4th:
Tanalp Sengun (TUR)


Final: 

Format: The 4 players (2 men, 2 women) 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.

2016 FIBA 3x3  World Championships
SHOOT OUT CONTEST - FINAL 
 Score
Romania Angel Santana 10 
Spain Paula Palomares
USA Natalie Romeo
Turkey Tanalp Sengun



Qualifiers:

Format: Each player attempts 10 shots (all worth one point) from the top of the arc, without time limit. The 2 men and 2 women 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.

2016 FIBA 3x3  World Championships
SHOOT OUT CONTEST - QUALIFICATION 
 Score Time 
  11th October    
Australia Kelly Bowen  3 34,7 
Macau Man Kei Chan 43,7 
Argentina Agustina Jourdeheuill 32,2 
Chinese Taipei Hsi-Yea Liu
Japan Miuka Mori  4 39,8 
Spain Paula Palomares 21,3 
USA Natalie Romeo 25,8 
Hungary Nora Rujak 27 
Andorra Eva Villarrubla 35,4 
Italy Alessandra Visconti 30,3 
  12th October    
Indonesia Nathasha Debby  5 37,5 
Romania Andrea Haas 36,5 
New Zealand Breana Jones 32,5 
Czech Republic Sara Krumpholcova 29,2 
Netherlands Sonja Kuijt 36,2 
China Jindan Liu 41,9 
Cook Islands Janet Main 42,4 
France Sabrina Palie 35,5 
Ukraine Anna Zarytska 33,6 
  13th October    
Russia Ilya Alexandrov 33,7 
USA Stephon Hannah 38,6 
Japan Kawachi Kodai 48,8 
Serbia Dejan Majstorovic 27,8 
Qatar Tanguy Ngombo 44 
New Zealand Karl Noyer 34,6 
Turkey Tanalp Sengun 32,9 
China Jiayi Wang 32,6 
Italy Gionata Zampolli 34,7 
  14th October    
Philippines Karl Dehesa 25.31 
Uruguay Juan Garbarino 28,92 
Hungary Balasz Kerpel-Fronius  -
Egypt Mido Mohamed  6 37,76 
Andorra Jordi Olcina  3 26,32 
Slovenia Simon Finzgar  3 31,33 
Indonesia Rivaldo Pangesthio  3 28,61 
Spain Jose Rojas  4 20,48 
Romania Angel Santana 20,98 
Poland Filip Kenil 26,79 

 

Participants: 

1 player from each men's and 1 player from each women's team.