The back in hockey defends. They stop the hockey ball from going inside the goal. Just like the goal keeper. But if the backs stop the ball from going to near the D, they are good backs.
Wayne Gretzky had a number of set backs in his career including health problems that caused him to lose time playing hockey. Injuries caused him to face the fact that hockey was very damaging to his health.
On a field hockey team there are.... 4 forwards, 3 halfbacks, 1 sweeper, 2 backs, and 1 goalie.
The fulllback does defend, but there are also the half backs and the goalie
there are 3 forwards - left, middle and back. It is the same with the backs and the linksf
No, but in seven a side hockey there is. In seven a side you usually play: 2 centre backs, a centre mid, a left wing, a right wing, a centre forward and a goal keeper.
A field hockey team consists of 10 players 3 defense or backs, 3 midfielders, 3 front line, and 1 striker that is right between the front line and the midfield
The midfield; you do all the work and get none of the credit (the forwards score the goals and the backs/keeper make the epic saves; you just tackle, pass, and chase nonstop).
No, the bleacher seats do not have backs. Only the seats in the grandstand have backs. Bleacher seating by its very definition means no backs.
Left defence is not not a position in soccer. There are left full backs, left backs, left wing backs, left centre backs. And their job is to defend lol though some teams like their left/right backs (and wing backs) to run down the wings and get crosses in to the strikers so wing backs have to be fast ideally for that role
depending on your set up.. you generally have 2 full backs 3 forwards.. or two halfs and 1 high striker + 1 goal keeper. only six players may be on the field at one time
guinea pigs can breathe on their backs but if u force them to lay on their backs then they will bite you. if they roll on their backs by themselves and do not struggle to get up leave them there they will be fine.
Full backs (left backs and right backs) usually wear 2 or 3.
There are the push on,locking backs,screw on backs,and plastic stoppers
Ice hockey, street hockey, feild hockey, floor hockey, air hockey, table hockey, knee hockey, mini hockey, water hockey, under water hockey. 10.
Yes they do have backs
There are 7 backs in a rugby team. Scrum-half and Fly-half known as half-backs, however they are still classed as backs. Hope this has helped! =)
on their backs
Off our backs was created in 1970.
Technically there is no difference. The term "Running Back" is generally used to describe Fullbacks, Tail Backs and Half Backs. - As it used to be, full backs were the faster, smaller players in the backfield, and halfbacks were the bigger, stronger blockers. But, as the positions evolved, half backs/ tail backs are now the "feature" backs. Typically smaller and faster, and get more carries than today's full back, which is now the bigger, stronger player, who typically block for half/tail backs. - Running Backs include tail/half backs. Such as Ladanian Tomlinson, Barry Sanders, Gale Sayers, Willie Parker, etc. - Full Backs are the bigger stronger backs, and are considered a separate category from the "other" running backs. Full backs today are players like Mike Alstott, Lorenzo Neal, etc So to be explicit, when someone thinks of a "running back" they're typically thinking of a tail back, or half back, as it's more commonly referred to.
Pond Hockey, Knee Hockey, Floor Hockey, Roller Hockey, Ice Hockey, Field Hockey (Lacrosse), 3 on 3 Ice Hockey
NO!! turtles cant breathe on their backs!
Lions sleep more on their side then on their backs.
Elephants do not wear grass on their backs.
The duration of Backs to the Land is 1800.0 seconds.