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Yes, the first lap is valid for setting the fastest lap. Before anything else, it's worth mentioning that the starting line and the finishing line are not at the same position because the finishing line must be in front of the race control tower. Since the full grid takes quite some space (specially with these ridiculously long cars we currently have), it ...


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No. Advantage should not be played for an offence which will result in a red card, regardless of what the reason for that red card is, unless there is an immediate goalscoring opportunity for the opponent of the offending player. See Law 12, part 3 of the IFAB Law Of The Game. Emphasis is added. Advantage should not be applied in situations involving ...


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No - There is no time limit specified in the laws of the game in regards to how quickly a player must leave the field when being substituted. Law 3 The Players ... 3. Substitution procedure the player being substituted: ... must leave by the nearest point on the boundary line unless the referee indicates that the player may leave directly and ...


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This penalty situation will vary depending on the penalty, and where the penalty is enforced. Long and short of it: if the Penalty distance is more than half the distance from the spot the foul is enforced to the offender's goal line, it is "Half distance to the Goal". So, for example, if there was an Offensive Holding call, and the offence is on their own ...


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It is your opponent's turn. You were on the 8 and designated the pocket. With the cue ball, you struck your ball first, the 8 ball, which is the 1st requirement for a legal hit. A ball - as in any ball - was pocketed, or hit a rail, which meets the 2nd and final requirement for a legal hit. There was no foul, nor did you pocket your ball. Therefore, your ...


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From FIBA Rules Interpretations (31 Jan 2019): https://www.fiba.basketball/rules/interpretations.pdf "25-7 Statement. It is a violation to lift a team-mate to play the ball. 25-8 Example: A1 embraces his team-mate A2 and lifts him up under the opponent’s basket. A3 passes the ball to A2 who dunks the ball into the basket. Interpretation: This is a ...


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Yes, then you lose a point. According to ITTF's Rules (The International Table Tennis Federation's Handbook 2019 v2): 2.5 DEFINITIONS 2.5.1 A rally is the period during which the ball is in play. 2.5.2 The ball is in play from the last moment at which it is stationary on the palm of the free hand before being intentionally projected in service ...


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Yes he can, but only until the ball next goes out of play. According to IFAB Laws of the Game 2019/20 Law 04 Page 58 A player whose footwear or shinguard is lost accidentally must replace it as soon as possible and no later than when the ball next goes out of play; if before doing so the player plays the ball and/or scores a goal, the goal is ...


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No. There is no specific time requirement. The only requirements of the player leaving the field are that they do so by the nearest point on the boundary line (unless the referee directs otherwise) and go immediately to the technical area or the dressing room. A player (or substitute, or substituted player) may be cautioned for delaying the restart of play....


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The referee could going back but only after a shortest time after foul is committed. It's not an official rule. It's left to the discretion of the referee


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Not just during the drive to the basket, but any foul committed in the act of shooting can result in the offensive player getting one free throw (If the shot is made), or two (If the shot is not made). Any foul made after the whistle is called, is not considered. Unless it's a dead ball foul, in which case technical fouls are given to the players. You can ...


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