Skills Contest

Medals: The winner of the final earns the gold medal, the final runner-up wins silver and the bronze-medal round winner strikes bronze.

Gold: Alexandra Theodorean (HUN)
Silver: Marta Fodor (ROU)
Bronze: Georgia Agnew (NZL)
4th: Hsi-Yeh Liu (TPE)



Format: Same as for the qualifications (best player from the qualification against 4th best and 2nd best against 3rd best) but this time head to head.

2016 FIBA 3x3  World Championships 
1 Alexandra Theodorean Hungary
2 Marta Fodor Romania
3 Georgia Agnew New Zealand
4 Hsi-Yeh Liu Chinese Taipei



: A time limit of 45 seconds is applied. The player (can choose side) is standing at the starting line, after the "Go", she must hit Corner Shot, dribble through a slalom trough 4 cones, make a straight pass into a target, dribble through another slalom with 2 balls forward and then backwards, do a straight pass, dribble through the slalom and score the basket. The 4 fastest women qualify for the knock-out round, which consists of a semi-final, a bronze-medal round and a final. In case of a tie, the tied players do the same run again.

The four players with the best time qualify for the Final. In case of draw, these players will compete again.

2016 FIBA 3x3  World Championships
New Zealand Georgia Agnew  24,8
Andorra Claudia Brunet 32,4 
Macau Ka I Chan 35,81 
Argentina Macarena Durso 40,53 
China Yingying Feng 46,59 
Romania Marta Fodor 24,1 
Spain Gema Garcia 43,34 
Indonesia Raisa Hamidah 29,39 
USA Linnae Harper 39,4 
Japan Akari Kawahara 30,43 
Netherlands Cacobine Klerx 31,23 
France Perrine Leleuch 33,18 
Cook Islands Adoniah Lewis 34,92 
Chinese Taipei Hsi-Yeh Liu 28,29 
Italy Alice Quarta 38,82 
Australia Madison Rocci 29,98 
Ukraine Ievgeniia Spitkovska 28,46 
Hungary Alexandra Theodorean 28,04 
Czech Republic Michaela Uhrova 31,5 

Participants: Up to 1 player per team (women only)