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Questions about the rules of sports, including regulations for particular competitions or formats. Questions must also be tagged for the specific sport or competition.

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No, this is not a mistake. From Wikipedia article "Football pitch": Due to the original formulation of the Laws in England and the early supremacy of the four British football associations within …
answered Jan 15 '18 by Ram Chandra Giri
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Rules 1.5 Scoring (2) helps in understanding this situation. 1.5.3 If the ball hits the goal post, a behind is scored. This is regardless of where the ball goes after hitting the goal post, e.g …
answered Aug 11 '17 by Ram Chandra Giri
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Reviewing bodies, in case of Spanish League, Spanish football federation’s (RFEF) compeetition committee and appeals committee, will only look at the particular instance leading to the sending off or …
answered Aug 24 '17 by Ram Chandra Giri
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What does umpire do in this situation, especially when wicket keeper is further back for fast bowler and runner for an injured striker is further forward then injured striker before playing the ball. …
asked Jul 1 '17 by Ram Chandra Giri
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Note: I'm not sure if it can be taken as duplicate of the question power play in T20 cricket but the comment of Ben Whyall states: As an umpire tutor one of the things we stress to people around f …
answered Jul 10 '17 by Ram Chandra Giri
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You are assuming that the ball has to do a 180deg U-turn mid-air, whereas the new rule makes it possible to hit the ball directly towards own post. LAW 8 - THE START AND RESTART OF PLAY 1.KICK-O …
answered Nov 11 '17 by Ram Chandra Giri
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F1 previously had this rule but it was removed because it was difficult to manage and potientially dangerous. Now there are new safeguards involved like drivers will only be allowed to overtake once t …
answered Jul 7 '17 by Ram Chandra Giri
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I know if a fielder is absent for a period of more than 15 minutes, the current Law restricts when he may come on to bowl when he returns to the field of play. But does the Law mention anything about …
asked Jun 27 '17 by Ram Chandra Giri
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Yes it's certainly the information that hasn't been disclosed by FIA, though not sure about the reason. It may be because of the same thing you quoted from "Autosport". And only thing we know about j …
answered Jul 15 '17 by Ram Chandra Giri
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From IFAB laws of the game, LAW 7 - THE DURATION OF THE MATCH ABANDONED MATCH An abandoned match is replayed unless the competition rules or organisers determine otherwise … . However, laws of the game does not mention how the result of game should be recorded. So, it is up to the organisers (or, from competition rules) to decide whether or not to replay the match, and if …
answered Dec 18 '17 by Ram Chandra Giri
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No, raider will not be out and points will be given to raiding team in this case (when defenders enters the opponent team's court). From General rules of play in Pro Kabaddi: During the …
answered Sep 3 '17 by Ram Chandra Giri
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From IFAB laws of the game, The referee may not change a decision on realising that it is incorrect or on the advice of another match official if play has restarted or the referee has signall …
answered Aug 23 '17 by Ram Chandra Giri
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I haven't found anything mentioning warming up of substitutes in official rules of FIFA (new, old), however I was able to find this in competition specific rules like UEFA Champions League, Carabao … Cup (EFL), etc. Regulations of the UEFA Champions League 2017/18: Article 41 Rules governing the technical area 41.03 During the match, substitutes are allowed to leave the technical area …
answered Dec 6 '17 by Ram Chandra Giri
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Sports Commission implement and oversee these act and regulation. Quebec also has Regulation respecting combat sports Act respecting safety in sports Ontario also has Rules and regulations for …
answered Jun 16 '17 by Ram Chandra Giri
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Before the change of law procedures of Law 42.18 Players’ conduct would be followed in this situation. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ …
answered Jul 11 '17 by Ram Chandra Giri
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TL;DR, College men's basketball were played in four 10-minute quarters between 1951-52 and 1954-55 seasons and later it changed back to being played in two 20-minute halves. Important rules and … NCAA rule changes omitting rule changes not concerning the question: From Dr. James Naismith's 13 original rules of basketball: .... 12. The time shall be two 15-minute halves, with five …
answered Apr 5 '18 by Ram Chandra Giri
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ITF Senior Regulation define Unsportsmanlike Conduct as: Any misconduct by a player that is clearly abusive or detrimental to the Sport, but does not fall within the prohibition of any specific on …
asked Jul 15 '17 by Ram Chandra Giri
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From FINA WATER POLO RULES: WP 20 ORDINARY FOULS WP 20.1 It shall be an ordinary foul to commit any of the following offences (WP 20.2 to WP 20.17), which shall be punished by awarding of … offences (WP 21.4 to WP 21.18) which shall be punished (except as otherwise provided by the Rules) by the award of a free throw to the opposing team and the exclusion of the player who committed the …
answered Jan 4 '18 by Ram Chandra Giri
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From FIVB Official Beach Volleyball Rules 2017-2020, 11.3 CONTACT WITH THE NET 11.3.3 When the ball is driven into the net, causing it to touch an opponent, no fault is committed. Which clearly state it will not be called fault. …
answered Sep 8 '17 by Ram Chandra Giri
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I searched for Law to deal with the situation where the bowler deliberately pauses or delays while bowling but found nothing. Is there a law that I did not found, if there isn't then what does umpire …
asked Jun 26 '17 by Ram Chandra Giri
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This seems to be for Indian Players only because the BCCI has decided that players who have represented India in one Under-19 World Cup cannot take part in another edition of the tournament, even if t …
answered Jan 14 '18 by Ram Chandra Giri
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As gdrt answer clearly answer hypothetical case of attacker in an offside position and obstructing the goalkeeper's line of vision. But the referee interpretation play a big role in determining whet …
answered Sep 8 '17 by Ram Chandra Giri
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Law 22.4 call of over states that When 6 valid balls have been bowled and when the ball becomes dead, the umpire shall call Over before leaving the wicket. and Law 23.3 states Neither the ca …
answered Jun 26 '17 by Ram Chandra Giri
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It is not true that ball have no predetermined shape. And the distribution of the holes of the ball is usually made following the design represented in SP document MATERIAL REGULATIONS, which divides …
answered Jul 11 '17 by Ram Chandra Giri
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corresponding Rules and the team in possession is granted a 7m throw (16:6, 14:1). So, for the last 30 seconds decision next to a red card is always a 7m throw if the player who was fouled, or a teammate, didn't … From International Handball Federation Rules of the Game a) Indoor Handball rules applicable for this case: (emphasis added) Final Signal 2:3 The playing time begins with the referee’s whistle …
answered Jan 17 '18 by Ram Chandra Giri
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A football team must consist of no more than eleven players (and a minimum of seven). When was this number chosen and is there any reason for it?
asked Jun 11 '17 by Ram Chandra Giri
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Rules applicable to this question are, RULE 7 BALL IN PLAY, DEAD BALL, SCRIMMAGE: SECTION 2 DEAD BALL ARTICLE 1. DEAD BALL DECLARED. An official shall declare the ball dead and the down ended …
answered Oct 21 '17 by Ram Chandra Giri
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(The situation explain in this answer assumes action against a teammate which involve misconduct and wouldn't be only foul. See this answer) Can football players be penalised for an action against a …
answered Dec 30 '17 by Ram Chandra Giri
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Another theory on this scoring system (15, 30, and 40 scores) is: The scoring nomenclature came from the French game jeu de paume (a precursor to tennis which initially used the hand instead of …
answered Nov 13 '17 by Ram Chandra Giri
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Yes, MLS teams can not make any appeals once their upper limit for appeals expires. From backlinesoccer.com article, The team is only allowed two unsuccessful appeals a season, and as a deterrent …
answered Sep 8 '17 by Ram Chandra Giri
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Center of the pitch is not of importance, as both batsmen have crossed each other so non-striker will take strike for this particular case provided that the fair catch is not taken before they crossed …
answered Mar 22 '18 by Ram Chandra Giri
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At present the problem with not allowing Hawkeye to automatically correct a wrong call is the cost of installation. Many articles suggest the cost is $60,000-$100,000 per court. The price will go down …
answered Jul 6 '17 by Ram Chandra Giri
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From DARTS REGULATION AUTHORITY RULE BOOK: GENERAL PLAYING RULES 5.1 Administration 5.1.1 Players shall provide their own darts which shall not exceed an overall maximum …
answered Jan 12 '18 by Ram Chandra Giri
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I am not getting, how you are calculating it but the plan of playing field from NFL Rulebook clearly shows that the field is exactly 100 yards. Source Another figure that may help, Source
answered Dec 3 '17 by Ram Chandra Giri
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As a matter of fact there is time limit to apply for review. Standard One-day international match playing conditions APPENDIX 7: Decision Review System (DRS) - Playing Conditions states 3 PLAYER R …
answered Jul 29 '17 by Ram Chandra Giri
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TL;DR: Umpire made a wrong decision if they had consulted with a captain regarding obstacle within the boundary [law 2.3.1.4] before the game and it was confirmed that it did not hit a kid [law 19.2.7 …
answered Jan 13 '18 by Ram Chandra Giri
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a team-mate. In this case he can't take the ball. Doing the things mentioned in rules will result in an indirect free kick for opposite team, when goalkeeper is inside his own penalty area. Other sources: Quora …
answered Jul 26 '17 by Ram Chandra Giri
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If a bowler takes last two wickets in one match and in the next match he takes a wicket in the first ball of his very first over, it will not be considered as a Hat-trick. From cricket.com.au articl …
answered Jan 20 '18 by Ram Chandra Giri
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It would have been better if there was predetermined criteria to select best loser. As there is no indication of that criteria, selecting best loser can be done in following ways: Taking FKL Cup - B …
answered Aug 30 '17 by Ram Chandra Giri
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From IPL Awards 2018: Match Awards ... Orange Cap The Orange Cap will be worn while fielding by the batsman who has scored the most runs in the league (including the Playoffs) durin …
answered Apr 14 '18 by Ram Chandra Giri