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 ...
According to rule L.21 of the current Premier League Handbook:
At least 75 minutes before the time fixed for the kick-off of a League Match, a
representative of each participating Club shall submit a team sheet by such method
as approved by the Board containing the following particulars:
the shirt numbers and names of its Players (including ...
These are all completely different situations.
A goal kick can only be taken within the goal area (the 6 yard box). (Law 16)
A drop kick means the ball is still in play. The goalie could as well throw the ball to a team mate.
Free kicks can be awarded almost anywhere on the pitch. They're taken from where the previous offence occurred. (Law 13)
From the 2019 NFL rulebook the requirements of the offensive formation are given in Rule 7, Section 5, Article 1
ARTICLE 1. OFFENSIVE TEAM. The offensive team must be in compliance with the following at the snap:
(a) It must have seven or more players on the line (3-19)
(b) Eligible receivers must be on both ends of the line, and all of the players on the ...
Team A would win the game in this scenario by one point. The safety counts but the game is over because Team B had a full possession.
The NFL rulebook states:
If the second team loses possession by an interception or fumble, the down will be permitted to run to its
conclusion, but if the second team’s possession has legally ended with the fumble ...
Going off of the 2019 NFL Rulebook - Rule 8, Section 2: Intentional Grounding:
ARTICLE 1. DEFINITION
It is a foul for intentional grounding if a passer, facing an imminent loss of yardage because of pressure from the defense, throws a forward pass without a realistic chance of completion. A realistic chance of completion is defined as a pass that is thrown ...
As a Packer fan I remember the situation and recall that at the time this happened there was no rule demanding the coin to actually flip.
Here is a video of Dean Blandino VP of officiating at the time explaining the situation, that by rule the coin didn't actually have to flip, but common sense dictated that it should in order for the flip to be fair. And ...
As a referee, having looked at that it's not at all illegal. It is the equivalent of a dummy, where the player pretends to pass but doesn't.
The reasons for disallowing this would be if either player obstructed the opposition, which they don't.
If the dummy occurred at a scrum, it is penalised by a free kick under Law 19.38.f.
Euroleague plays under FIBA Rules; in that rulebook, travelling is defined thusly:
Establishing a pivot foot by a player who catches a live ball on the playing court:
• A player who catches the ball while standing with both feet on the floor:
▬ The moment one foot is lifted, the other foot becomes the pivot foot.
You were correct. The specific rule depends on the exact rulebook your league uses, which you did not state. I’ll show the rules from the (international) WSBC Slow Pitch Softball Playing Rules (2018–2021):
A runner is out and the ball remains live when:
vi. they physically pass a preceding runner before that runner has ...
Yes, then you lose a point.
According to ITTF's Rules (The International Table Tennis Federation's Handbook 2019 v2):
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 ...
A five-yard penalty against the defense for illegal hands to the face is an automatic first down.
What distance the offence previously needed for the next set is irrelevant. They are granted a new first-and-ten from whatever position they obtain after the penalty is applied.
As the IITF rules state:
2.8.2 In doubles, except as provided in 2.8.3, the server shall first make a service,
the receiver shall then make a return, the partner of the server shall then make
a return, the partner of the receiver shall then make a return and thereafter each
player in turn in that sequence shall make a return.
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 ...
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 ...
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
Yes, if it is a defensive player.
The rules require three things.
SECTION 4 - FIELD GOAL
ARTICLE 1. SUCCESSFUL FIELD GOAL
A field goal is scored when all of the following conditions are met:
(a) The kick must be a placekick or dropkick made by the offense from on or behind the line of scrimmage or from the spot of a fair catch (fair-catch kick). ...
The whistle was not blown, at all.
Play was never stopped.
No player was penalised for offside.
There was never a free kick.
Alisson played the ball legally to Salah in the same way he and every other goalkeeper does regularly.
From WPA rules, the general rule for all types of called shot games contains:
1.6 Standard Call Shot
In games in which the shooter is required to call shots, the intended ball and pocket must be
indicated for each shot if they are not obvious. Details of the shot, such as cushions struck or
other balls contacted or pocketed are irrelevant.
Further, for 8-...
If I understand your explanation correctly:
The first run was properly completed
The second run was run short by the non-striker
The striker was run out going for the third run.
If it hadn't been for the short run, this would result in two runs scored and the striker being run out; however, due to the short run, only one run is scored - Law 18:
They're in the International Sporting Code and Appendix L (Download PDF) includes the overtaking rules in chapter IV.
For example Rule 4.2b from Appendix L:
Overtaking, according to the circumstances, may be carried out on
either the right or the left.
A driver may not deliberately leave the
track without justifiable reason.
More than one change of ...
The free kick awarded for a offence anywhere on the field is taken from the place where the foul occurred. It doesn't matter how close to the corner that is.
There are some exceptions,
a direct free kick to the attack inside the penalty area is a penalty kick
an indirect free kick to the attack inside the goal area is taken on the long edge of the goal ...
I found this video titled "The OFFICIAL History of NFL Rules!" and similar to the link in the question, it talks about rule changes over time from 1920 to 2019. It's uploaded from a channel of the verified NFL youtube account, so the title should be trusted. Here are the rule changes it mentions. I've bolded those that I deemed that are directly or ...
No, it is not legal
What you seem to be describing is a violation known as Goaltending. Touching the ball when it is in or over the ring is a violation and the opposing team is awarded the points associated with the shot.
The relevant ruling states:
Section I—A Player Shall Not:
i. Touch the rim, net or ball while the ball is in the net, preventing it from ...
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 ...
If your opponent's serve is short, then the ball is dead immediately and the rally is over.
You don't have a choice to return a short serve.
This is unlike a serve that's going long, which you can choose to play before it goes long, provided you do so before it hits the back wall and becomes a dead ball.
This is because the ball is still in play until ...
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 ...
Because the IAAF applies a few restrictions for official marathon records. Among these is the absence of pacemakers. Kipchoge had dozens of pacemakers, none of them going the full distance, but being substituted after a few kilometers.
Using equipment to pressure the face or neck is hands to the face. It is quite common to see a defensive lineman get a hands to the face penalty when hitting the players neck. The other option the ref has is to give him a misconduct which is 15.
Also both lines can hold the shoulder pads in the front chest area. I don't think you can find this in a ...
The 'Danger Area', or 'The Protected Area', is defined in the MCC Laws of Cricket: Law 41 - Unfair Play:
41.11 The protected area
The protected area is defined as that area of the pitch contained within a rectangle bounded at each end by imaginary lines parallel to the popping creases and 5 ft/1.52 m in front of each, and on the sides by imaginary lines, ...