The Bismark ( A battle ship) made acurate shots from A distance of about 12 miles back in the 40's
Acctually is was the US battle ship North Carolina or Washington during a night battle with the Japanese Navy in WWII. The distance was 28,000 yards. The longest sniper shot with a kill was made by a Canadian Sniper in Afganastan. He was using a bolt action .50 caliber rifle (12.7 mm) and scored a hit on a taliban fighter at distance of about 2600 meters. His first and second rounds missed but he conected on the third round and killed the insurgent.
Before that the record was held by Carlos Hathcock a marine sniper in Vietnam. He scored a kill at 2500 meters using a M2 .50 caliber machine gun he made to shoot single shots. During his time in Vietnam he had a total of 93 confirmed kills, and over 200 probables.
Baron Davis once made an 89 ft shot against the Bucks in Nov. 2001.
Kevin Love 90ft shot
254ft. world record
Baron Davis, 89ft, vs Bucks Nov. 2001
the furthest anyone has ever thrown a tennis ball is 17 miles by daniel hannavitch in 1978
probobly the tennis ball because it is lighter
A golf ball is heavier and has better aerodynamic qualities, therefore it could be thrown further than a tennis ball, which is too light.
The event in which a heavy ball tied with a chain is thrown is called the hammer throw. The winner is the person who tosses the hammer the farthest.
I'm 99% sure that it's a baseball. I might be wrong though.
If thrown at the same speed, a basketball. A basketball is heavier and will have momentum going with it while a tennis ball will have little momentum. A basketball will roll faster than most balls.
1. age of the child 2. type of ball thrown (hardball, tennis ball, etc) 3. distance range that the ball was thrown 4. age of chid that threw the ball 5. location upon the head the ball hit 6. symptoms of the child after being hit by the ball
If it's a ball like a tennis ball, an old ball would be smoother and would have less drag.
If the ball was thrown-in by a teammate, no. If the ball was thrown-in by an opponent, yes.
a tennis ball
A tennis ball.
A tennis ball.