ŠKODA 3X3 LJUBLJANA CHALLENGER
Congress square Ljubljana, Slovenia, 17 – 18 August 2019
PROMO REPORT 2019
PROMO VIDEO 2019
Last two events in the strict center of Ljubljana at the Congress Square ensured a spectacular and internationally rejuvenating sporting event.
The Challenger series is the second level of FIBA 3X3 competition after Masters. In 2019, 26 such tournaments are confirmed, one of them in Slovenia at the Congress Square in Ljubljana. Thus the Slovenian capital has found itself in the elite of the world series, which means that the world’s best teams will come to us.
Slovenia has been on the calendar of the world series and it is no surprise that the Slovenian team has achieved the highest international results.
The competition will be organized by the Basketball Association of Slovenia and the Extrem Agency after the established system of basketball tournaments 3×3. The competition takes place first in groups, where the teams are divided into four groups of four teams, then the best two teams from each group advance to the quarterfinals, where the eliminating begins until to finals. The money fund is $32,000.
The capital city of Ljubljana with an exceptional Congress Square is a spectacular venue, one of the most beautiful in the entire world basketball series 3×3. Day and night scenes in the city center are really impressive! A basketball court in the center of the square, surrounded by three tribunes for 2000 visitors, dynamic lighting and sound system, and the urban touches blend into an unforgettable experience!
VIDEO REPORT 2018
Saturday, 17. august
Congress square, 14:55 – 22:30
Sunday, 18. august
Congress square, 19:00 – 22:40
Aron Roijé, Dimeo van der Horst, Jesper Jobse, Sjoerd van Vilsteren
Gašper Jordan Rojko, Grega Kajnih, Janez Korošec, Luka Snoj
Jordan Jensen-Whyte, Kenny Otieno, Kyle Landry, Steve Sir
Gdansk Energa 3x3
Marcin Stanislaw Sroka, Michael Rayshann Hicks, Pawel Slawomir Pawlowski, Przemyslaw Jerzy Zamojski
Alejandro Machín, Enrique Ruiz Granado, Martín Calvo, Rodrigo García Ruiz
Kevin Corre, Khalid Mohammed A. Abdel-Gabar, Nemanja Draskovic, Szymon Pawel Rduch
Alexey Zherdev, Andrey Kiselev, Maxim Staroverov, Sergey Krivykh
Boris Jersin, Igor Tratnik, Jure Eržen, Mensud Julević
Blaz Cresnar, Dejan Mlakar, Jasmin Hercegovac, Želimir Zagorac
Matic Sirnik, Matic Urbas, Nejc Kobal, Matija Radanović
Jan Rizman, Damir Mijić, Milorad Sedlarević, Marko Vranjkovic
Adin Kavgic, Gašper Ovnik, Milan Kovačević, Simon Finzgar
Damon Huffman, Dan Mavraides, Robbie Hummel, Zahir Carrington
Ante Markoc, Duje Kaliterna, Ivan Rašetina, Toni Mindoljevic
Danilo Mijatović, Ivan Popovic, Marko Brankovic, Strahinja Stojacic
Aurelijus Pukelis, Marijus Uzupis, Paulius Beliavicius, Šarūnas Vingelis