Spalding Three-point contest
On June 17th at 13:30 in Zatika Sports Center
The competition will be held in six separate categories: W40, W50, M40, M50 and M60
- Teams can delegate 1-2 player(s) until the deadline of June 7.
- The age category of a player is defined by his or her own age, and not the age category in which his team participates.
- The time limit has been adjusted accordingly — contestants will have 1:20 min to complete all five racks. In M60+ age category, the time limit will be 1:30 min.
- Each rack will have five balls. The first four balls will be worth 1 point and the final ball (Money ball) will be worth 2 points.
- Participant can choose which corner to start from, but cannot start from the top of the key or either wing.
- Participants feet cannot be on the line when he/she attempts shot. Spotter will notify shooter and official scorer if infraction occurs.
- The contest shall be organized in one round, followed by Semi-finals and the Finals.
- The top four participants with the highest score advance to the semifinals. (Tiebreaker: participant with the most Money balls made will advance; if tie persists, there will be a 30-second shoot-out where the same rules apply.)
- The semifinal round will follow the same rules as above with the top two advancing to the Finals.
- The Finals will follow the same rules as above with the player who scores the most points becoming the Winner.
Free-throw shooting competition (M70+)
Participants in the M70+ category will compete in a free-throw shooting competition.
- Each participant will attempt 10 (ten) shots from the free-throw line in the first round.
- Two players with the best scores will advance to the final.
- In the final, the participants will once again attempt 10 shots from the free-throw line.
- In case of a tie, players shall shoot one free-throw each until a winner is established.
The list of participants:
Bohumila Kubickova (Best Of Havirov)
Jana Hradilova (Best Of Havirov)
Jolanta Ziauniene (Radviliskis)
Joana Laurutiene (Radviliskis)
Olga Prodan (Carpathian Bears)
Liliya Yatskovska (Carpathian Bears)
Elvyra Muradova (Augma)
Nadezhda Bukharova (Maximum)
Anna Uldasheva (Maximum)
Regina Valiuliene (Kamane LT-Augma)
Bezrodov Sergey (Legion)
Alidas Zukauskas (Olimpas)
Aleksandr Chapkii (Basketclub)
Aleksey Turkov (Basketclub)
Arman Ablenov (Project 44)
Ricardas Macelis (KSK Kaunas)
Sergii Myrzak (UD)
Alvydas Šidlauskas (KTU-Omega)
Vytenis Malakauskas (KTU-Omega)
Viljar Aus (Parnu)
Mait Kabin (Parnu)
Steponas Jokubauskas (Salilita)
Edo Benkovic (KK Umag)
Nikolai Mikhailov (Dinamo)
Oleksandr Zakrevsky (Veteran Basket Ukraine)
Andrian Morozov (KFU Kazan)
Marjan Fišer (Aikea)
Holger Häusgen (team Hamburg)
Thomas Reimann (team Hamburg)
Alexander Kuznetsov (Project 44)
Jonas Subacius (Perlas)
Aleksander Arih (Aikea)
Pavel Punegov (KFU Kazan)
Marek Adamski (Nestor Team Group)
Zbigniew Majdzinski (Nestor Team Group)
Saulius Lapienis (Salilita)
Karlo Harazim (KK Umag)
Andris Cālītis (Garkalne)
Alexandr Charchenko (Mercury)
Grigorij Avdeev (Mercury)
Aleksandr Trubach (Babailar)
Aleksandr Dunaev (Babailar)
Igor Sakharnov (CSKA)
Arunas Baltinas (Ranga)
Algirdas Linge (Ranga)
Algis Drelingas (Lietuva)
Edmundas Narmontas (Lietuva)
Volodymyr Karpukhin (BIG GAME)
Eduardas Kairys (Vilniaus Statybos Senjorai)
Vygandas Valiukevičius (Vilniaus Statybos Senjorai)
Oliver Mittermayer (KK Umag)
M70 – Free-throw shooting contest
Sergey Naydenov (Moscow)
Ivan Beliaev (Moscow)
Urazmanov Rinard (Kazan)
Vladimir Zagliadimov (Kazan)
Albinas Raudonius (Vilniaus Statybos Senjorai)
Rimantas Vaišnoras (Vilniaus Statybos Senjorai)