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I'm not aware of any sports where such an asymmetry is directly encoded into the rules of the game. However, such asymmetries do exist as different strategies evolve "naturally" from the rules of a game. Possibly the best example of this is in table tennis, where a majority of players are "offensive" players who (dramatically ...


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There was a similar question about squeezing the ball between two feet and hopping across the field. The answer that @studro gave there applies here as well. The questions though are not duplicates. An indirect free kick can be awarded to the opposing team because of LOTG 12.2 as already mentioned by @Joe Playing in a dangerous manner Playing in a dangerous ...


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Barring anything better, I would suggest that the following line from the FIFA Laws of the Game (12.2) would apply: Playing in a dangerous manner Playing in a dangerous manner is any action that, while trying to play the ball, threatens injury to someone (including the player themself) and includes preventing a nearby opponent from playing the ball for ...


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The raider is out when they lose their chant: A raider shall continue to chant “KABADDI” as the approved cant. If he is not keeping the proper approved cant in the opponent’s court, he shall be declared out and the opponent will be awarded one point and the chance to raid. (Source: Pro Kabaddi Rules) so as long as they maintain their chant (and manage to ...


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The other 2 answers given for this question, are wrong. The situation described will be given as six i.e. six runs will be awarded to batting team. I know these answers were given 7 years ago, so maybe the rules were different then. But AS THE RULES STAND currently , this will be a six. The relevant law is as follows 19.5.2 A fielder who is not in contact ...


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I believe this would be a legal catch. The exact wording of the relevant law (19.5.2) is: A fielder who is not in contact with the ground is considered to be grounded beyond the boundary if his/her final contact with the ground, before his/her first contact with the ball after it has been delivered by the bowler, was not entirely within the boundary. As ...


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