The WORMAiD ...

* WORMAiD (Name: Worm Aid)

Professional 3x3 ( 3X3 ) basketball player Tomoya Ochiai

This project was established with the desire to convey the experiences and feelings cultivated in 3x3 basketball to children in the future, and to pursue dreams with children while playing active roles.

Comment by Tomoya Ochiai:

Unlike 5-player basketball, 3x3 cannot be instructed by the manager or coach during the match, and players play while thinking about player changes, tactics, and timeouts. Not only communication with friends, but also the ability to organize the game is required, and independence is cultivated in 3x3.

And as the individual responsibility is greater, you will inevitably have a strong feeling that you will decide the game.

I've actually played a lot of overseas and domestic games myself, but I've come this far with the desire to succeed in 3x3 and make 3x3 more major, and the hungry spirit of victory.

At WORMAiD , I would like to convey to children the importance of independence, the power to break through individually, and the strength of the heart.

The project also focuses on developing world-class players, conducting 3x3 specialized clinics both in Japan and overseas, and aiming to produce Japanese national players from the academy in the future.


Tomoya Ochiai ( Tomoya Ochiai)

Started playing basketball at the age of 9, and participated in national competitions in elementary, junior high, and high schools.

While attending Hosei University, he was selected as the second-placed candidate for the U-24 Japan National Team, but after graduating, he left his competitive life and went on to become a model.

However, when he was invited to street basketball by a senior he had a close relationship with, he encountered 3x3 basketball, regained his basketball fever, and returned to competitive life. He has been selected to represent Japan since 2014 and won the bronze medal at the Asian Games in 2018.

No. 1 in the 3x3 domestic ranking (as of December 2020).

195 cm, 95 kg.


What is CLINIC?

3x3 classroom ONE DAY that target the beginner, parent and child.

Experience the world of 3x3 basketball with the players.

A basketball clinic by top players in Japan.

Held regularly nationwide.


What is ACADEMY?

Children aiming to become 3x3 professional players who can play an active role in the world,

It will be held by children who have attended the "WORMA iD Clinic" and experienced "3x3" all over the country.

Learn the difference in movement / viewpoint and technique from the 5-person system from the coaching menu supervised by Tomoya Ochiai.

We aim to develop athletes who can compete in the world in the future through "voluntary individual development" through English conversation and local volunteers as well as technology.

We carry out short-term training camp-style schools such as "summer training". Learn 3x3 with practical skills and classroom lectures.

Assuming about 3 nights and 4 days.

Also, with the aim of becoming a first-class athlete,

・ Learning

・ Courtesy (greetings, etc.)

・ Community volunteer activities (cleaning the town in the morning, etc.)

Also include important content.

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