After you catch the ball, whichever foot touches the ground first is called your landing foot; if both feet touch the ground simultaneously, or if both feet are already on the ground when you catch the ball, then you can choose either foot to be the landing foot.
Whichever foot is your landing foot, the other foot can be moved however you like, essentially so long as your landing foot stays in the same spot. Well, almost. To complicate things, you are allowed lift your landing foot off the ground, as long as your other foot remains still once the landing foot is lifted. You must also let go of the ball before your landing foot touches the ground again.
Needless to say, you can't drag your landing foot, nor can you hop, skip or run with the ball. And you have to release the ball within three seconds.
The foot that lands is called a landing foot. If you land on one foot, then you must keep that foot on the ground at all times before throwing it. You can pivot with the other foot, which isn't the landing foot. If you land on two feet at the same time, you can choose between each foot to be a landing foot. Once choosen, you cannot change. If you jump, with two feet off the ground, the ball must be in the air before your landing foot is on the ground again.
yes my homeslice
its a rule
it is a foot fault when any part of each foot touches or crosses the base line before or during the time period when the raquet makes contact with the ball
Well, it depends on which third you're in. So let's say you're in the New Zealand netball team, and the Australian team is about to shoot, but misses and the ball goes out the back line, the New Zealand goal keeper will take it from where the ball went out. And that rule applies for that whole third.
It stands for Goal shooter...all you do is shoot goals and get the ball off the other team. You can only go up to the yellow line and you cant go in the other teams goal or the center.
the 1997 camaro z28 lt1 has a base line of 285 horsepower and a base of 335 foot pounds of torque.
There is no backboard in netball, however there is one in basketball
It sits on the end of the court (the short side), in the middle of the end of the line.
Up to the second yellow line from where your standing.
There is no 60 foot line in baseball.
No im sorry but you can not have your foot on the line when you are shooting a freethrow. If you do put your foot on the line and you make it the shot will not count.
50 Yard Line
a field goal worth 3 points because the shooter had both feet on the floor behind the 3-point line when he released the ball also counts if one foot is behind the line while the other is in the air.
anywhere except for beyond the line to meet with their wing defence