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# Can you lift either foot off the ground in a throw in?

Updated: 12/23/2022

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In a throw in both feet need to stay on the ground. You may get a running start and drag one foot behind you, but both feet need to stay on the ground. If a foot is lifted the throw in will go to the other team.

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