New Zealand teams feature regularly at 3x3 (pronounced 3-on-3) World Championships and now the 3x3 Asia Cup, in both men’s and women’s categories.
Our U18 3x3 Men have won the U18 3x3 World Championships twice.
In June 2017, the International Olympic Committee named 3x3 as an Olympic sport for Japan 2020.
3x3 has continued to rise in popularity and FIBA have thrown an exceptional amount of resource to grow their international 3x3 events. These are well produced, action-packed tournaments. The 3x3 game is fast, slick and perfect for spectators because of the entertainment factor.
New Zealand 3x3 Men
Staff: Anthony Corban (Head Coach), Delwyn Whale (Manager)
Pinnacle Events in 2018: FIBA 3x3 Asia Cup, Shenzhen, China. 29 April to 1 May;
Tom Allan, Aaron Bailey-Nowell, Rory Fannon, Karl Noyer
FIBA 3x3 World Cup, Manila, Philippines, 8 to 12 June - finished 4th
Aaron Bailey-Nowell, Everard Bartlett, Karl Noyer, Sam Timmins
New Zealand 3x3 Women
Staff: Leanne Walker (Head Coach), Delwyn Whale (Manager)
Pinnacle Event in 2018: FIBA 3x3 Asia Cup, Shenzhen, China. 29 April to 1 May - won Gold
Micaela Cocks, Antonia Farnworth (nee Edmondson), Chevannah Paalvast, Kalani Purcell
New Zealand 3x3 U18 Men
The New Zealand U18 men are currently ranked 23 in World, while New Zealand U18 women are ranked 27 in world. The men have scraped in under the universality rule, which are applied for the lower ranked teams. For more information click here.
Staff: Karl Noyer (Head Coach)
Pinnacle Events in 2018: Summer Youth Olympic Games, Buenos Aires, Argentina. 6 to 18 October.
Joseph Ahie, Max de Geest, James Moors, Thomas Whyte
FIBA 3x3 U18 Asia Cup, Cyberjaya, Malaysia. 6-9 September - won Gold
Max de Geest, James Moors, Matthew O'Connell, Thomas Whyte
New Zealand 3x3 U18 Women
Staff: Justine Reed (Head Coach)
Pinnacle Events in 2018:
FIBA 3x3 U18 Asia Cup, Cyberjaya, Malaysia. 6-9 September - won Silver
Kay Phillips, Briarley Rogers, Emilee Tahata, Arielle Williams-Mackay