The Armas Trasmediterránea shipping company will name the FEB 3×3 Series circuit

MADRID, 16 May. (EUROPA PRESS) –

The Armas Transmediterránea shipping company will name the 3×3 Series circuit of the Spanish Basketball Federation (FEB) in this 2024 edition, which will start in La Línea de la Concepción (Cádiz) on the weekend of May 31 and June 1, and that will extend through Spanish cities such as Marbella, Zaragoza and Tenerife throughout the summer.

Fernando Romay, ambassador of the FEB, highlighted this Thursday during the presentation that the 3×3 is “a true marvel.” The vice president of the FEB, Antonio de Torres, pointed out that this modality “is the future” and stressed his commitment to maintaining “his commitment to it and the values ​​it transmits.” Also attending the event were Itsaso Conde, a BT Elite 3×3 player, and Victor Fierro, a Baloncesto Málaga 3×3 player.

“This collaboration with the FEB is part of our commitment to promoting sports and healthy living habits. With this new 3×3 modality we want to contribute to conveying values ​​such as camaraderie, effort and inclusion,” declared Óscar Martínez, director corporate commercial of Armas Transmediterránea.

Madison is one of the organizing companies of the project and its project manager, Manuel Pérez, has underlined “the honor” of carrying out this initiative for the fifth time, which demonstrates that “the pairing of Madison and FEB is a guarantee of success.” The mayor of La Línea, José Juan Franco, highlighted that “it is an honor to host events of this type in a city that is firmly committed to basketball.”

This edition of the Armas Transmediterránea 3×3 Series will start in La Línea with the first Open from May 31 to June 1. Subsequently, the activity will move to Marbella on June 21 and 22, and Zaragoza on the weekend of June 28 and 29. Finally, Tenerife will once again host the Final Master as in 2023, in which the 12 best teams of the season will participate, in search of the title.

Registration is now open on the official website, with more than 4,000 euros in prizes for each Open tournament and 7,000 euros for the Final Master, for both the men’s and women’s categories. At the Open venues, the winning team will receive 2,400 euros, while the finalist will have a prize of 1,600 euros, the semi-finalists will receive 800 euros, and the quarter-finalists will receive 400 euros.

In addition, the male winner with the highest overall ranking in all tournaments will earn an invitation to participate in a World Tour tournament organized by the International Basketball Federation (FIBA), while the female winner will participate in a Women’s Series.

The competition format will maintain the same structure, with the participation of 16 teams in each of the categories: the 15 registered teams with the best FIBA ​​ranking at the time of closing, and a team with a ‘wild card’ from the organizing Autonomous Federation.

These 16 teams will be divided into four groups of four, with the first two qualifying for the quarterfinals. The Tenerife Final Master will have 12 teams: the 10 best classified from the four Open tournaments and two ‘wild cards’ from the FEB.

2024-05-16 16:41:06
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