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Rules of volleyball

Volleyball is one of the most popular sports team games. It began to play in 1895. Then it was called "Mintonet". The idea of creating this wonderful game belongs to one American William Morgan, who at that time was a physical education teacher in one of the US colleges. It happened by accident. The coach gave his wards to throw an inflatable rubber camera through a fishing net, and noticing with what excitement they are playing, exchanging passes, he himself got up on the playground. The first rules of volleyball, briefly developed by the coach himself, were invented. And a year later this game was demonstrated at the conference of heads of physical education. A little later, Professor Alfred Halstead gave the title to this game - volleyball. In 1964, she was included in the Olympic program.

Rules of volleyball.

Volleyball is held on a site measuring 9x18 m., Which is divided in half by a grid. For men's teams grid is located at an altitude of 2.43 meters, and for women - 2.25 meters. In the playing team there are 6 people who can change during the match. The goal of the game is to land the ball in the opponent's zone, subject to the rules.

The game starts with the submission of one of the teams. If, when entering the ball into the game, he did not fly over the grid or flew out of the playground, the next pitch is transferred to the opponent and 1 point is credited to their account. If the ball remains in the game, then the host team must throw it back. The rules of volleyball allow you to make three touches during the draw, and one player can not touch the ball twice in a row.

To qualitatively conduct an attack, each team plays the ball in its zone. For this purpose, teams have invented their own combinations, which, by any means, can be professionally attacked. If the draw is successful and the ball lands on the opponents field, then the team will be credited with 1 point, and if not, the points are given to another team. In no case during the drawing can any part of the body be touched to the net, since this action can bring an extra point to the opposing team. Also during the match, players on the court after the loss of the ball by the opponent change places in a clockwise direction. Therefore, every next pitch is produced by a new player. The only one who does not make the transition is the libero, which performs the functions of protection.

In volleyball can be played a maximum of 5 games, because. The series continues to 3 wins. Each is played up to 25 points. It is very important to know that the winning game ends only in case of a break in the score of 2 points. Therefore, the score can be either 28-26 or 44-42. It all depends on the enthusiasm of the players and their attitude to win this game. If in the series the score is 2-2, then the decisive 3rd game is played to 15 points.

New rules of volleyball.

Every year in all kinds of sports the rules change. This is due to the fact that you need to constantly find the option, with the adoption of which players, coaches and judges would be easier to do their work correctly. This applies to volleyball.
So, for example, in 2008 at the 31st Congress in Dubai the official rules of volleyball 2009-2012 were approved. With the adoption of such decisions, all championships and cups are almost always played out according to new rules.
Recent changes have made corrections about the number of players that make up the team. Possible actions of team captains were explained.

Every year, the rules regarding the transfer of the opponent through the middle line change. If before it was impossible to cross it at all, then with the adoption of new rules it became permissible, the main thing is that this nuance does not interfere with the game process. The similar decision concerns rules of contact with a grid and blocking of blow of the contender.

In general, not everyone liked the new decisions, but Congress is going to come to a common opinion.

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