Have you ever heard of Team Lausanne 3x3?
First of all, we are the 3x3 basketball team that represents Lausanne in the FIBA World Tour. At the same time we are the national team of Switzerland in 3x3 basketball. And we are also a fun group of friends. So let's introduce ourselves to you with some more details.
Gilles Martin (31)
175cm/5'9" - 70kg/154lbs - Lausanne
When traveling with Gilles, you feel like having a bunch of kids around you. He's always up for a joke or a prank. On the court he is our shortest and swiftest team member.
Even though he plays basketball since he is 7 years old, he studied sport sciences in Lausanne and made a master in management at the University of Sydney. Besides the basketball he now works as the COO of the start-up Tayo.
Marco Lehmann (27)
186cm/6'1" - 90kg/198lbs - Zurich
Marco grew up in an absolute basketball family and dedicates his leisure time to playing basketball since he is able to stand on his own feet, which were oversized already back then. He's the calm pole in our team and likes the fast plays on the court.
Until last summer he did his studies in landscape architecture in Rapperswil. That's why he now works as a landscape architect in Bern when not on the basketball court.
Westher Molteni (32)
198cm/6'6" - 100kg/220lbs - Lugano
Since 12 years you can find Westher on the list of the Swiss basketball professionals. The temper caused by his Dominican blood flowing in his veins, makes him the diva of our team, or as he would say "The King".
Besides the effort he puts into 3x3 with Team Lausanne, he plays in the ticino for SAM Basket Massagno Lugano.
Badara is the calm spirit in the team, as he is a discret man always focused on what is next. He grew up in the Vevey area in Switzerland and we can define him as our defensive strength.
Badara graduated from the University of Lausanne with a Master Degree in Sport Education. He works full-time as a sports teacher in a middle school in Vevey, Switzerland.
195cm/6'5" - 92kg/202lbs - Lausanne
Badara Top (33)
“If you want to go fast, go alone.
If you want to go far, go together.”
With Team Lausanne we want to stay in the Top 10 teams in the World in the 3x3 basketball and we also wish to bring, for the first time in it's history, the Swiss basketball to the Olympic Games 2024, taking place in Paris. That's why we need to play as many World Tour Challengers as possible to collect important points for the ranking.