The Width is 20cm, or 8 inches. The foul bord is 10cm or 4 inches.
From the end of the takeoff board to the point in the pit closest to the board where the jumper touches the sand. If a jumper falls back with their hands, that is the point at which the jump is measured.
back of the board for your approach and front for the jump
yes but you will not get as far
step over the white board you jump of from.
When you either step past where your not supposed to or you don't jump close enough to the board
The long jump is measured from the front of the jump board to the closes point in the sand that the jumper touches the sand in a straight line.
For Junior high children (grades 7,8,9) they will often use the 5 metre or 7 metre boards for Senior High school males they will use the 9,11, or 13 metre boards. For long jump a 2 metre board is the most used but in some competitions they use a 1 metre board
When you go past the board with your feet.