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It will count towards the innings limit of reviews for that team. For example, the ICC test match playing conditions state in paragraph 3.6.5, ... A Player Review categorised as ‘Unsuccessful’ shall not be reinstated if, despite any technical failures, the correct decision could still have been made using the other available technology. Similarly, ...


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No shutout would be awarded, because none had been earned. Per NHL rules, 66, Foreit of Game: If the game is declared forfeited prior to its having commenced, the score shall be recorded as 1-0 and no player shall be credited with any personal statistics. If the game was in progress at the time it is declared forfeited, the score shall be recorded as zero ...


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The simple answer is "no" - and this is exactly why towards the end of a first-class match if the bowling side is pushing for victory and the batting side has no chance of winning, you will see the field "come in" to prevent the single on the 5th or 6th ball of the over to keep the better batsman on strike, allowing the bowling team to ...


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This answer has been significantly improved based on insights from @olmomiau. The Edinburgh Half Marathon never used a world record eligible course. Points to consider: No world records have been reported from this course yet, so the scrutiny wasn't enormous. They advertise: "With a descent of almost 90 metres to near sea level, we believe this is the ...


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Two things: The red cars is behind the blue and therefore has to give way. However, by 'lifting' of the throttle on the red car, this may cause a crash due to loss of downforce on the front left hand tire, the red car would therefore understeer and a crash would occur. The red car is clearly in the wrong in taking a dive down the inside and not getting its ...


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The answer, as with why they organize any sport in any fashion, is excitement, and history. Archery was removed from the Olympic Games for several decades, due to lack of consistency in the rules1. In the 1930s, several countries joined together to create the first governing body of competitive Archery - then called FITA, now the World Archery Federation. ...


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In Archery, the participants have to hit the target to get Highest Points, without competitive strategies or competitive tactics. This is only true of the first round. In the first round, the archers shoot a set number of arrows (72) and are scored by where they hit the target (0-10). But no one is eliminated after the first round. After the first round, ...


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