It depends what sport you are playing. I know that if you are playing volleyball you have to be behind the serving line which is close to the end line. In Badminton you have to be behind the service line also which is usually closer to half court
about 450 feet without bouncing
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Doubles table tennis takes about 20.25 square feet per person. Given that upper-level players play about three feet back from the table, the total playing area is 81 square feet. Divided by four, this gives us 20.25 square feet per person at the highest level of play. This is less than sports such as four-square, which requires 100 square feet per player for adult play. Diving could conceivably take less space, but not using a regulation diving pool.
Ok there is the 4 point start. Meaning both hands and feet are on the ground (no blocks). Then there is a 3 point start, used mostly for the 40 yard dash (this is also known as the 40 yard dash 3 point start). For this you have your 2 feet and 1 hand on the ground. The other hand is raised back like you were going to grab something behind you. Note: You should be looking down. The last crouch start is a block start and is again a 4 point start. The block start is fairly easy to find, with a simple search of the web, as the rest of these are... hope this helps!
Correct You must have both feet behind the line Correct You must have both feet behind the line
Yes, both feet must be behind the tee box.
During a throw-in, the player must have both feet on the ground, both hands on the ball, and it must be delivered from over and behind the head.
The player injecting the ball into a penalty corner must have at least one foot outside the circle (i.e. behind the back line) until they have played the ball. There is no penalty for having both feet behind the back line.If the injecting player does not have at least one foot outside circle when playing the ball, the penalty corner is reset and taken again.
Any part of both of the players feet (toe, heel, outstep, cleat, sole) must touch the turf while the player has possesion of the ball for the player to have both feet in bounds. The feet do not have to touch the turf at the same time however.
In most areas it is 150 feet behind. I have been places where it is 300 feet behind.
It is traveling
No, but if he/she comes down and his/her feet are behind it , it is a back court violation.
yes that is correct he can do that
No. Only the point of the ball has to cross into the endzone to be concidered a touchdown, assuming the player has possesion of the ball. If the player catches the ball in the end zone, then yes, he has to get both feet down for the score to count. It's no different from the requirement to get both feet down for a completion on any other part of the field. In college and Canadian football, however, a player is only required to have one foot down for completions and touchdowns.
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