is allowed to clip the net on the way over, but must not touch the antenna nor pass over or outside the antenna.http://www.volleyballer.de/volleyballregeln-a...
ist die Handlung, durch die der in der Aufschlagzone befindliche rechte Hinterspieler den Ball ins Spiel bringt." http://oald8.oxfordlearnersdictionaries.com/d...Serve
12 [intransitive, transitive] (in tennis, etc.) to start playing by throwing the ball into the air and hitting itWho's serving?http://oald8.oxfordlearnersdictionaries.com/d...set point
(especially in tennis)
a point that, if won by a player, will win them the set.
Aus: WAHRIG Rechtschreibung Frei|wurf
m. 2 (beim Handball)
Aus: BERTELSMANN WörterbuchFrei|wurf
[m. 2; Basket-, Hand-, Wasserball
] einer Mannschaft bei regelwidrigem Spiel ihres Gegners zugesprochener, unbehinderter Wurf http://newyorkcityteamhandball.com/Glossary.phpFree throw:
A throw awarded to a team after a minor infraction committed by the opponent. The throw is taken from the spot where the infraction took place or from the nine-metre line, with defenders standing at least three metres away.Yellow card:
Issued by the referee to warn a player about an infraction.Red card
:Issued by the referee to eject a player from the game.http://assets.usoc.org/assets/documents/attac...
the referees interrupt the game and have it restarted with a free-throw
for the opponents when: the team in possession of the ball commits a violation of rules
The referee shall indicate the warning to the guilty player or official and to the timekeeper/scorekeeper by holding up a yellow card
referees shall clearly indicate the disqualification to the guilty player or team official, and to the timekeeper/ scorekeeper, by holding up a red card http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Penalty_card
Handball: A red card
indicates a disqualification of a player who has committed an offence such unsportsmanlike conduct, serious foul play or receiving a third two minute suspension.
Handball: A yellow card
indicates a warning and can be given to a player or team official for unsportsmanlike conduct, or to a player whose actions are mainly or exclusively directed at the opponent and not at the ball. IHF rules also allow referees to use discretion to award a yellow card outside of these situations