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‘Rain Forecast’ 3×3 Korea Tour Seoul Tournament, Day 1 venue changed to Jamsil Student Gymnasium

The venue for the first day of the KBA 3×3 Korea Tour 2023 Seoul Tournament has been changed.

The Korea Basketball Association 메이저사이트(hereafter referred to as the association) will change the venue of the match on the 15th, the first day of the KBA 3×3 Korea Tour 2023 Seoul Tournament scheduled to be held at the plaza in front of the Seoul Shinmunsa (Seoul Madang) on ​​the 15th and 16th, to Jamsil Student Gymnasium due to rain forecast. have been informed

The association received news that there was a rain forecast on the morning of the 15th, when the preliminaries for each category of this competition were held, and decided to hold the competition only on the first day of the competition, the 15th, at the Jamsil Student Gymnasium instead of the outdoor court in front of the Seoul Shinmunsa building, which was the previous venue. The venue has been changed. The schedule on the 16th, when the final tournament will be held, will be held at the plaza in front of the Seoul Shinmun (Seoul Madang) as previously planned.

In the past, the association has responded well to changes in the venue of events due to rain. The Korea Tour, which had difficulties due to rain during the Yangsan Games in June of last year, minimized confusion among players and officials by responding quickly.

Unfortunately, due to environmental restrictions, it went against the original plan, but the association, which said it was ready to present the best competition separately, said, “We heard that it was raining inevitably, but nevertheless, the participants were able to play a great game in a good facility. I will do my best to make it happen,” he said.

Meanwhile, the KBA 3×3 Korea Tour 2023 Seoul Tournament, which will announce the start of the 2023 season 3×3 Korea Tour, will feature 9 elementary teams, 9 middle school teams, 9 high school teams, 12 men’s OPEN teams, 9 women’s OPEN teams, 10 Korea League men’s teams, A total of 63 teams, including 5 women’s teams, submitted a challenge.

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