Mongolia’s 3×3 field training that started in -30 degrees Celsius… “3×3 is fast, fast”
Six players who gathered for the development of 3×3 in Korea started field training in Mongolia.
KXO negotiated with the Mongolian 3×3 Basketball Association to conduct field training in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia from the 20th to the 23rd. KXO’s first project to challenge the international stage is this Mongolian 3×3 battery training ahead of the situation where it is necessary to win as many FIBA 3×3 national ranking points as possible this year to advance to the 2024 Paris Olympics.
After confirming their willingness to participate in the KXO League teams, KXO confirmed that a total of 11 players, including 4 Haneulnaerinje, 5 Hansol Remicon, 1 Hongcheon Epin, and 1 Busan DEPOT134, will participate in the training camp in Mongolia. However, due to local circumstances before the start of the off-season training, 5 players from Hansol Remicon were unable to attend.
A total of 6 athletes, including Kwak Hee-hun, Kim Min-seop, Noh Seung-jun, Park Min-soo, Ha Do-hyeon, and Han Jeong-cheol boarded a plane to Mongolia, and training began in earnest on the morning of the 21st. 먹튀검증
The training was supervised by Mongolian men’s 3×3 national team coach Tulga Sukhbaatar. Coach Tulga Sukhbaatar took office as the Mongolian men’s 3×3 national team coach in 2017 and has been leading the Mongolian men’s 3×3 national team to date.
Mongolia is a strong team that is producing unrivaled results in Asia, such as winning the 2018 3×3 Asian Cup, runner-up in the 2019 3×3 Asian Cup, winning the Jeju Challenger in 2019, and advancing to the 2022 Tokyo Olympics.
Mongolia, which has a big difference in level from Korea in 5:5, but Mongolia, which is in a unique position in 3×3, readily agreed to Korean players’ field training in Mongolia for the development of 3×3 in Asia.
Although the local temperature dropped from minus 30 to minus 40 degrees, the six players sweated profusely from the morning.
Coach Tulga Sukbaatar emphasized ‘speed’ to the Korean players and emphasized, “You must not rest in 3×3. ‘Quickly, quickly’ is the best.”
The 6 players, who started training on the morning of the 21st, will continue practicing until the afternoon of the 21st, and will have a practice game with Mongolian 3×3 players on the 22nd.