Dual (Paris) Volleyball and Wallyball

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Tuesday February 4     th     2014 Lecture 5 Dual (Paris) Volley and Wally Ball Serve serve receive set spike or block dig or cup (and repeat) -In beach don’t often set usually bump, because the sun … Key Rules for Beach Volleyball: The court and Equipment -Shorter (by 2 m) and narrower (by 1 m) court (16x8m) -Lighter (9-10 ox.) and less inflated (2.5-3.2 lb/sq.”) ball -No 10 foot (attack) line or Center line -Antennas used -Same height net -(2.24 women) (2.43 men) Uniforms -Matching Uniforms -Controversial -Allowance for: Shorts (max length of 3 cm above the knee) Leggings if <16 degrees C Sleeved Tops 1 piece swimsuits Shoes and socks (if court is unsafe and referee agrees) Most continue to wear bikinis  -Rally point scoring -Best of 3 sets (set 1 and 2 are to 21 points win by 2 no cap; set 3 is to 15 points win by 2  no cap) -Change sides each 7 points and after 5 in set 3 -No subs (replacements) or libero -No coaching during the match -12 seconds between points (and during change of side); no delays -1 minute between sets
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  • serve line, ­Same height net, serve receive, ­Use bigger/lighter ball, ­General volleyball rules, ­New coin toss

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