Australia's heartbreak at 3x3 events has continued, falling short of the Under-18 World Cup Quarter-Finals by the narrowest of margins to conclude their campaign.
Australia have won their opening two games of the FIBA 3x3 Under-18 World Cup, defeating ninth ranked Switzerland before knocking off the number one seeded Hungary on their first day of competition.
Basketball Australia is pleased to announce the open and Under-18 women’s teams that will compete next month at the FIBA 3x3 World Championships and Under-18 World Championships respectively.
Australia have defeated Macau and the number two ranked team in the world, Hungary, on the second night of the pool stage but head-to-head results have seen them fall narrowly short of the Quarter-Finals.
The Australian women’s team will be departing for Guangzhou, China this weekend as they get set to compete in the FIBA 3x3 World Championships next week.
Basketball Australia is thrilled to announce a women’s national team will compete in the FIBA 3x3 World Championships in Guangzhou, China from October 11-15.
The countdown is on to the next event of 3X3 Nationals with Wollongong hosting street ball at its best April 11-12 at Crown Street Mall.