In international rules, substitutions are limited to 6 per set for each team. Substitutes can replace players of the starting lineup only once per set. Currently in domestic rules, up to 12 substitutions are permitted per set for each team, and there is no limit on the replacement of players from the starting lineup.
The ball may touch any body part. The ball must be hit, not caught or thrown. During a defensive play of a hard-driven ball, the ball may be held momentarily with the hands, as well as doubled with... If simultaneous contact by opponents leads to a held ball, play continues.
Ball can be set anywhere in team’s court; Ball must be contacted with two hands at the same time; Ball can not rotate more than 1 1/2 times; Ball cannot visibly stop; Any set that carries over the net is a fault
There is no center-line in outdoor volleyball. You can penetrate under the net provided you do not interfere with your opponent. O15.2,I16.3; Lower ball pressure. Outdoor ball pressure is 2.5-3.2psi. Indoor balls are much harder at 4.3-4.6psi. No penalty for serving out of order (doubles only). If an out-of-order server is discovered, no penalty is charged.
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– understanding the relationship between rules allows officials to make better decisions. This introduction at first focuses on Beach Volleyball as a competitive sport, before setting out to identify the main qualities required for successful refereering. FIVB BEACH VOLLEYBALL IS A COMPETITIVE SPORT Competition taps latent strengths.
On the beach, the ball must come off your hands without any rotation. Setting is definitely one of the toughest skills on the beach to master. There is no leniency for setting while making an "athletic play" like it is with indoor setting. In sand volleyball, sets must come off your hands perfectly clean, no matter how much spin is on the ball from a pass or from what height the ball descends.
At The Net The ball must cross over the net within what is called the “crossing space”, which is the air space over the top of the... The ball may touch the net as it goes over, and may be played off the net as well. However, it may not touch the wires,... Players may not contact the net (the ...
This introduction at first focuses on Volleyball as a competitive sport, before setting out to identify the main qualities required for successful refereeing. VOLLEYBALL IS A COMPETITIVE SPORT Competition taps latent strengths. It exhibits the best of ability, spirit, creativity and aesthetics. The rules are structured to allow all of these ...