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Is it permissible to wear body protection material or gear under the clothing when keeping wickets in cricket?
AFAIK, yes it is allowed to wear baseball protective gear for cricket. You are discussing about the protective gears under the clothes in baseball, ie, specifically about the leg-pads. It looks more or less same as the cricket leg-pads
Kayano is a household name for runners. It is synonymous with stability shoe and the 23rd edition does not disappoint. It remains true to its core, yet brings something new to the table, thanks to Flytefoam in the sole unit
As the name suggests, the Bumper Carbon is the carbon fibre version of Bengio's benchmark Bumper range. First Impressions As with the "old" Bumper, you get some high density foam wrapped in a hard shell complete with straps. Its a really simple desig
Modern broadcasters provide the conventional coverage with loads more, implementing technology like never before, making more out of the game than just wood and leather. Providing visual splendor as well as scope for in-depth analysis, these new inve
I've no empirical evidence to back it up but I don't believe they hamper the performance of the bat and they do take some of the impact. I have a five or six year old bat with a lot less horizontal cracking than I have previous had in bats of a simil
Edit: To answer the edited question: yes, these same rules are followed by all ATP/WTA and Grand Slam matches. The ATP/WTA adopted their practices from the Grand Slams.
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I have played table tennis professionally at college level and I never bothered about these stats. These stats do not follow a common standard. I assume that they are put up by the manufacturer as a simple indication of whether the rubber/blade is mo
I was unable to find a definitive answer about the specific materials used for the 2014 FIFA World Cup, but here are some of the regulations I could find. According to the official "Regulations of the 2014 FIFA World Cup": 33 Stadiums, fields of play
The FIFA regulations on the ball are found in FIFA 2014/2015 Laws of the Game (PDF), Law 2: LAW 2 - THE BALL Qualities and measurements The ball is: spherical made of leather or other suitable material of a circumference of not more than 70 cm (28 in