July 31-August 3, 2019
Over 230 participants representing 43 universities from 22 different countries took part in the 2019 European Universities 3x3 Basketball Championships, which took place on Matosinhos beach in Porto, Portugal.
The competition, which involved 25 men’s teams and 18 women’s teams, was organised by FAP Porto’s Academic Federation, University of Porto and Polytechnic Institute of Porto, with the contribution of Portuguese Academic Federation of University Sport and Porto’s City Council.
EUSA was represented at the event by Executive Committee member Mr Milan Zvan, Technical Delegate Mr Ilan Kowalski and Assistant Technical Delegate Ms Jeanine Tjin-A-Sioe.
In men’s final, Lithuania’s Vytautas Magnus University claimed the gold medal after earning a 21-9 victory against Portugal’s Polytechnic Institute of Porto.
In women’s final, the title of champions went to Vasyl Stefanyk University from Ukraine, who narrowly beat Universidade de Aveiro 11-10 in the final.
The award for the Best Shooter from the women’s competition was given to University of Zurich’s Marjana Milenkovic, and to Tallin University of Technology’s Joonas Jarvelainen in the men’s competition.
Nova University of Lisbon’s Catarina Cardoso was handed the award for the Best Fair Play among the women competitors, while the same award in the men’s competition was given to Mario Rausic from the College of Applied Sciences Lavsllan Ruzicka In Vukovar.
The award for the Most Valuable Player from the women’s competition was given to Gabriela Raimundo from University of Aveiro, while Vytautas Magnus University’s Aurimas Urbonas claimed the MVP prize in the men’s competition.
The award for the The Best Slam in the men’s competition was given to Nikolaos Persidis from the National Technical University of Athens, while Mario Rausic from the College of Applied Sciences Lavsllan Ruzicka in Vukovar won the Three Point Contest.
The next EUSA 3x3 Basketball competition will be held at the fifth edition of the European Universities Games in Belgrade, Serbia, followed by the 2021 European Universities 3x3 Basketball Championships which will take place in the Hungarian city of Debrecen.
Please visit www.3x3basketball2019.eusa.eu for more information.
1 Vytautas Magnus University (LTU)
2 Polytechnic Institute of Porto (POR)
3 University of Malaga (ESP)
4 University of Zagreb (CRO)
5 Tallinn University of Technology (EST)
6 National Technical University of Athens (GRE)
7 University of Pitesti (ROU)
8 University of Goettingen (GER)
9 University of Vienna (AUT)
10 University of Shumen (BUL)
11 University of Le Havre (FRA)
12 TTK Tallinn University of Applied Sciences (EST)
13 Polytechnic University of Catalonia (ESP)
14 Gdansk University of Technology (POL)
15 College of Applied Sciences Lavoslav Ruzicka in Vukovar (CRO)
16 University of Minho (POR)
17 University of Pecs (HUN)
18 University of Physical Education (HUN)
19 Technion – Israel Institute of Technology (ISR)
20 University of Primorska (SLO)
21 University of Genova (ITA)
22 University of Porto (POR)
23 University North (CRO)
24 The Arctic University of Norway (NOR)
25 Dogus University (TUR)
1 Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University (UKR)
2 University of Aveiro (POR)
3 University of Goettingen (GER)
4 University of Ljubljana (SLO)
5 University of Vienna (AUT)
6 Szechenyi Istvan University (HUN)
7 University of Zurich (SUI)
8 University of Pitesti (ROU)
9 University of Lyon (FRA)
10 University of Nantes (FRA)
11 VU University of Amsterdam (NED)
12 University of Porto (POR)
13 Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RUS)
14 Polytechnic University of Catalonia (ESP)
15 University of Barcelona (ESP)
16 Tel Aviv University (ISR)
17 University of Physical Education (HUN)
18 Nova University of Lisbon (POR)