3x3 Canada Quest 2018

 

ABOUT 3x3FIBA 3x3 WORLD TOUR & CANADA QUEST - REGIONAL EVENTS  

CANADA QUEST FINALS  -  FIBA 3x3 WORLD TOURFIBA 3x3 RULES - 3x3 PLANET  

 

ABOUT 3X3

With over 250 million players worldwide and amongst the most played recreational sports in the world, 3x3 will become a key motor for the growth of basketball in Canada and around the world.  3x3 is simple both in rules, and the facilities utilized. 3x3 events can be hosted virtually anywhere: in the heart of the city or in iconic locations downtown with non-stop music throughout the event. 

                                                                                                   

FIBA 3x3 WORLD TOUR AND 3x3 CANADA QUEST

The 3X3 discipline is being promoted and structured by FIBA, the sport's governing body.  Canada Basketball in working with FIBA will regulate the rules of the game, facilitate the promotion of the discipline and sanction the organization of 3x3 tournaments with the support of the Provincial Sporting Organizations.

FIBA's flagship competition is an annual FIBA 3X3 World Tour comprised of a series of Masters and one Final, awarding six-figure prize money.  There are also annual Open World Championships, U18 World Championship competitions and Youth Olympic events every 4 years.

In the lead up to the FIBA 3x3 World Tour, six regional events will take place across the country as part of Canada Basketballs 3x3 Canada Quest series. The winners of the elite division in each of the seven regionals, along with an additional wild card team, will qualify for the 3x3 Canada Quest Finals. The top two Finals teams will then qualify directly to the FIBA 3x3 World Tour in Saskatoon July 20-22, 2018.

Think you have what it takes to go all the way? Or are you more looking for some casual games with friends, check out a regional event for something near you!                                                 

REGIONAL EVENTS

Below is a list of the Regional Events for 3x3 Canada Quest in 2018. All teams must participate in order to advance on to the Canada Quest Finals. The top two Final teams will then qualify directly to the FIBA 3x3 World Tour in Saskatoon.

                                                                 

                                                                     

City

Location

Date

Divisions

Register

Calgary, AB

SAIT (Southern Alberta Institute of Technology)

May 12-13

Stay tuned..

Coming Soon

Kelowna, BC

City Park

May 18-20

18+ Quest Division coed
18+ Men Recreational
18+ Women Recreational
55+ Men
55+ Women
U17 Girls
U17 Boys
U15 Girls
U15 Boys
U13 Girls
U13 Boys 

Registration Open

Edmonton, AB

Saville Community Sports Centre

June 2-3

Men's Rec

U11 Boys

U11 Girls

U13 Boys

U13 Girls

U15 Boys

U15 Girls

U17 Boys

U17 Girls

Wheelchair

Woman's Rec

Registration Open

Montreal, QBComplexe DesjardinsJune 9-10

Benjamin-F

Benjamin-H

Cadet-F

Cadet-H

Elite

Juvenile-F

Juvenile-H

Mini-F

Mini-H

Ouvert-F

Ouvert-H

Registration Open

Hamilton, ON

McMaster University

June 16

18+ Elite Division

18+ Men's Recreational

18+ Mixed Division

18+ Women's Recreational

U10 Boys

U10 Girls

U12 Boys

U12 Girls

U14 Boys

U14 Girls

U16 Boys

U16 Girls

U18 Boys

U18 Girls

Registration Open

Ottawa, ONLansdowne ParkJune 16

18+ Men

18+ Women

Elite/Masters- Qualify for Canada Cup

Under 12- Mixed

Under 14- Mixed

Under 16 Men

Under 16 Women

Under 18- Women

Under 18- Men

Registration Open

Winnipeg, MB

Sport Manitoba Spot for Life Centre

June 22-24

Stay tuned..

Coming Soon

Richmond, BC

Richmond Olympic Oval

June 23-24

Men's Open

Registration Open

Edmonton, ABSaville Community Sports CentreJuly 6-8Canada Quest FinalWinner's From Regionals
Saskatoon, SKSaskatoonJuly 20-22FIBA 3x3 World Tour 


CANADA QUEST FINALS
                                              

The Canada Quest Finals will be held in the Saville Centre in Edmonton, AB July 6-8, 2018.

                                                    

 

FIBA 3x3 WORLD TOUR

The FIBA 3x3 World Tour Saskatoon Masters will once again kick off the World Tour season and be comprised of 12 teams of four players from around the world participating in a two-day tournament. In addition to the main event, a dunk contest and a shoot-out contest will take place in between games. Live music, cheerleaders, dance teams and other entertainment will be held throughout the weekend. An amateur 3x3 tournament is also being planned to take place on satellite courts alongside the FIBA 3x3 World Tour Masters.

Much to the dismay of spectators, the two-time World Tour winners Ljubljana (SLO) won the first edition of the Saskatoon Masters after defeating hometown fan favourites Team Saskatoon (21-14) in the title game last year.

The FIBA 3x3 World Tour will return to downtown Saskatoon this summer, once again in conjunction with Taste of Saskatchewan on July 21 - 22, 2018.

                                                            

FIBA 3x3 RULES:

The main rules of 3x3 are as follows:

  • 1 basket on 1 half-court
  • 2 teams of 3 players and up to 1 substitute per team (4 players maximum per team)
  • 12-seconds shot-clock
  • 1st team to reach 21 points or best after 10 minutes win
  • Read the short and long versions in English.

For additional information please contact, ryeung@basketball.ca

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