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I can speak to athletics/track and field, the sport I sometimes cover. Most events at a professional level and NCAA events at the national level require athletes to pass through a "mixed zone" after competition. This is (usually) a divided space with
There are only two (different) actions when you are permitted to reach beyond (over) the net: blocking and attack hit. After making an attack hit, you are allowed to pass your hand beyond the net, but the contact must have been made within your own p
Normally, if a player touches the ball with two different parts of the body in succession (not simultaneously), it is a Double Contact fault. However, the block and the first team hit are exceptions to this. During the block and during the first hit,
In professional play - there are rules about how many points (6) must be played in between towel breaks (to wipe off sweat and what not). The "hand rub" is one tactic or ritual used to wipe a sweaty hand off on the table - usually up near the net on
On Tuesday, FIFA announced that it had punished four clubs for breaches of third-party ownership (TPO) rules. TPO, which became illegal under FIFA rules in May 2015, is the practice of a club selling a share in a player to a third party -- usually a
Under which conditions are sportspeople eligible to compete at Universiade? Additionally, I also wonder to which extent it is common that same person represents a country at both world championships and universiade. I have tried to Google for univers
The Snowboarding Live Scoring System, or SLS, is a judging system that has evolved over the past 10 years. It was launched successfully during the TTR 6Star Arctic Challenge Slopestyle, held in Oslo in 2010, and the first Halfpipe, at the 5Star BGOS
According the Italy 1990 FIFA World Cup technical report, An assist point can be awarded to a player when he/she: Makes the last pass to the eventual goalscorer Makes a penultimate pass that decisively influenced the play leading up to the goal Attem
From Toss (cricket) - Wikipedia If the match is abandoned at any time after the toss, it stands as a match played and enters official statistical records. If a match is abandoned before the toss, it is not considered to have been played at all, and d
If you are looking at the complete explanation of that rule I came across nice blog that clears all the doubts regarding working of WASP. To illustrate, in the first innings model to calculate the expected additional runs when a given number of balls