Ball Sports

Ball sports are games where a ball is the primary piece of sports equipment used in play. Ball sports often crossover with other sport types include racket sports, bat sports, goal sports, and many others. Most often, players of ball sports are in teams with each side fighting for the ball or hitting the ball to make a goal. The history of ball sports extends back to the days of the discovery of the rubber ball in 1600 BC in selected parts of the world. Today, ball games are the most popular form of sport and are found in every constituency around the world. Unlike when ball games were only for enjoyment and fun, ball sports are now a major cultural industry and a generator of generous amounts of income for players and organizations.

Ball Sports Guides
Browse through our curated Ball Sports Guides for additional categorizations, tips, details, variations, styles, and histories of Ball Sports. Guides provide additional insights into the unique properties and shared relationships between elements.

Ball Sports

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6’1” | 1.85 m
280 lb | 127 kg
May 23, 1991
Aaron Donald
185.000
127.000
1991.00
85000
3D
Aaron Donald
6’2” | 1.88 m
225 lb | 102 kg
December 2, 1983
Aaron Rodgers
188.000
102.000
1983.00
567000
3D
Aaron Rodgers
5'11" | 1.80 m
June 2, 1980
Abby Wambach
180.000
1980.00
27000
3D
Abby Wambach
5’7” | 1.70 m
July 2, 1989
Alex Morgan
170.000
1989.00
141000
3D
Alex Morgan
6’0” | 1.83 m
June 7, 1975
Allen Iverson
183.000
1975.00
129000
3D
Allen Iverson
6’6” | 1.98 m
September 19, 1985
Alun Wyn Jones
198.000
1985.00
34000
3D
Alun Wyn Jones
6.68”-6.76” | 16.9-17.2 cm (Short)
11”-11.25” | 28-29 cm
14-15 oz | 400-425 g
American Football
17.200
29.000
0.425
5600
https://p3d.in/e/RDbUd
3D
American FootballView of a American Football in 3D available for downloadView of a American Football in 3D available for download
5’6" | 1.68 m
October 9, 1970
Annika Sörenstam
168.000
1970.00
3400
3D
Annika Sörenstam
6’10” | 2.08 m
March 11, 1993
Anthony Davis
208.000
1993.00
578000
3D
Anthony Davis
5’10" | 1.78 m
September 10, 1929
Arnold Palmer
178.000
1929.00
108000
3D
Arnold Palmer
5’8” | 1.73 m
229 lb | 104 kg
July 16, 1968
Barry Sanders
173.000
104.000
1968.00
74000
3D
Barry Sanders
2.86”-2.94” | 7.3-7.5 cm (Diameter)
5-5.25 oz | 142-149 g
Baseball
7.500
0.149
3600
https://p3d.in/e/YLyi6
3D
BaseballPerspective view of a 3D model of a BaseballPerspective view of a 3D model of a Baseball
3”-5” | 7.62-12.7 cm
15" | 38.1 cm
15" | 38.1 cm
8100 ft² | 752.5 m² (Base Path)
Baseball Bases
12.700
38.100
38.100
752.50
200
https://p3d.in/e/aZ7HC
3D
Baseball BasesView of a Baseball Bases in 3D available for downloadView of a Baseball Bases in 3D available for download
2.61” | 67 mm (Max Diameter)
34” | 86.4 cm (Typical)
2.06-2.25 lb | .935-1.02 kg
Baseball Bat
6.700
86.400
1.020
50000
https://p3d.in/e/5YVOp
3D
Baseball BatView of a Baseball Bat - Professional in 3D available for downloadView of a Baseball Bat - Professional in 3D available for download
400’ | 121.9 m (Center Fence)
110,725 ft² | 10,287 m²
Baseball Field - Professional
12190.000
10287.00
15180
https://p3d.in/e/XH9cf
3D
Baseball Field - ProfessionalPerspective view of a 3D model of a Major League Baseball Field (Professional)Perspective view of a 3D model of a Major League Baseball Field (Professional)
1” | 2.54 cm
17” | 43.18 cm
17” | 43.18 cm
Baseball Home Plate
2.540
43.180
43.180
8700
https://p3d.in/e/vG1ML
3D
Baseball Home PlatePerspective view of a 3D model of a Baseball Home PlatePerspective view of a 3D model of a Baseball Home Plate
10” | 25.4 cm
18’ | 5.49 m (Diameter)
254 ft² | 23.6 m²
Baseball Pitcher’s Mound
25.400
549.000
23.60
290
https://p3d.in/e/n0TcV
3D
Baseball Pitcher’s MoundPerspective view of a 3D model of a Baseball Pitcher’s MoundPerspective view of a 3D model of a Baseball Pitcher’s Mound
9.43”-9.51” | 24-24.2 cm
Basketball
24.200
https://p3d.in/e/cHJyj
3D
BasketballPerspective view of a 3D model of the BasketballPerspective view of a 3D model of the Basketball
6’2" | 1.88 m
May 27, 1991
Beauden Barrett
188.000
1991.00
40000
3D
Beauden Barrett
4.625” | 117 mm
3.625” | 92 mm (Diameter)
Beer Pong Cups
11.700
9.200
250
https://p3d.in/e/xPAL0
3D
Beer Pong Cups3D model of a Beer Pong 16oz Cup viewed in perspective3D model of a Beer Pong 16oz Cup viewed in perspective
Beer Pong Racks
200
https://p3d.in/e/o5FXK
3D
Beer Pong RacksView of a typical 10 cup Beer Pong Rack in 3D available for downloadView of a typical 10 cup Beer Pong Rack in 3D available for download
Beer Pong Shot Techniques
3D
Beer Pong Shot Techniques
27.5” | 70 cm
4’-5’ | 122-152 cm
8’ | 2.44 m
Beer Pong Table - Large
70.000
152.000
244.000
20
https://p3d.in/e/fR5Dj
3D
Beer Pong Table - Large3D model of a Large Sized Beer Pong Table viewed in perspective3D model of a Large Sized Beer Pong Table viewed in perspective
27.5” | 70 cm
24” | 61 cm
8’ | 2.44 m
Beer Pong Tables - Official
70.000
61.000
244.000
200
https://p3d.in/e/qLPro
3D
Beer Pong Tables - OfficialPerspective view of a 3D model of an Official Beer Pong TablePerspective view of a 3D model of an Official Beer Pong Table
5’8.5” | 1.74 m
August 13, 1912
Ben Hogan
174.000
1912.00
28000
3D
Ben Hogan
6’5” | 1.96 m
240 lb | 109 kg
March 2, 1982
Ben Roethlisberger
196.000
109.000
1982.00
223000
3D
Ben Roethlisberger
6'9" | 2.06 m
February 12, 1934
Bill Russell
206.000
1934.00
82000
3D
Bill Russell
2.06"-2.69" | 52.5-68 mm (Diameter)
Billiard Balls
2.690
800
3D
Billiard Balls
4.5” | 11 cm (Diameter)
2.2-2.42 lb | 1-1.1 kg
Bowling Ball - Candlepin
11.000
1.100
70
https://p3d.in/e/OYuLR
3D
Bowling Ball - CandlepinView of a Candlepin Bowling Ball in 3D available for downloadView of a Candlepin Bowling Ball in 3D available for download
4.75”-5” | 12.1-12.7 cm (Diameter)
3.3-3.75 lb | 1.5-1.7 kg
Bowling Ball - Five-Pin & Duckpin
12.700
1.700
75
https://p3d.in/e/Kthod
3D
Bowling Ball - Five-Pin & DuckpinPerspective view of a 3D model of a Bowling Ball (Five-Pin & Duckpin)Perspective view of a 3D model of a Bowling Ball (Five-Pin & Duckpin)
8.595” | 21.83 cm (Diameter)
10-16 lb | 4.54-7.26 kg (Max)
Bowling Ball - Ten-Pin
21.830
7.260
40
https://p3d.in/e/iHChp
3D
Bowling Ball - Ten-Pin3D model of a Ten-Pin Bowling Ball viewed in perspective3D model of a Ten-Pin Bowling Ball viewed in perspective
34.5” | 87.5 cm
18” | 45.7 cm
9.1’ | 2.78 m
Bowling Ball Return
87.500
45.700
278.000
100
https://p3d.in/e/GhU0Q
3D
Bowling Ball Return3D perspective of a Bowling Ball Return available for download3D perspective of a Bowling Ball Return available for download
60” | 1.52 m (Overall)
60’ | 18.29 m (To Headpin)
440 ft² | 40.9 m² (Overall)
Bowling Lane
152.000
1829.000
40.90
2500
https://p3d.in/e/SJYBM
3D
Bowling LaneView of a Bowling Lane in 3D available for downloadView of a Bowling Lane in 3D available for download
11.68’ | 3.56 m (Overall)
60’ | 18.29 m (To Headpin)
954 ft² | 88.6 m² (Overall)
Bowling Lane - Ball Return
356.000
1829.000
88.60
3000
https://p3d.in/e/zYuF2
3D
Bowling Lane - Ball ReturnPerspective of a 3D model of a pair of Bowling Lanes with Ball ReturnPerspective of a 3D model of a pair of Bowling Lanes with Ball Return
6’2” | 1.88 m
222 lb | 101 kg
October 10, 1969
Brett Favre
188.000
101.000
1969.00
138000
3D
Brett Favre
6’0” | 1.83 m
May 3, 1990
Brooks Koepka
183.000
1990.00
227000
3D
Brooks Koepka
5’11” | 1.80 m
June 12, 1983
Bryan Habana
180.000
1983.00
14000
3D
Bryan Habana
15.75” | 40 cm
2.9375” | 74.6 mm (Diameter)
2.43 lb | 1.1 kg
Candlepin
40.000
7.470
1.100
300
https://p3d.in/e/vkLim
3D
Candlepin3D model of a Candlepin viewed in perspective3D model of a Candlepin viewed in perspective
15.75” | 40 cm
38.875” | 98.7 cm
34.125” | 86.7 cm
Candlepin Pin Deck
40.000
98.700
86.700
5
https://p3d.in/e/DPg9G
3D
Candlepin Pin DeckPerspective view of a 3D model of a Candlepin Pin DeckPerspective view of a 3D model of a Candlepin Pin Deck
5’7” | 1.70 m
July 16, 1982
Carli Lloyd
170.000
1982.00
56000
3D
Carli Lloyd
6’8” | 2.03 m
May 29, 1984
Carmelo Anthony
203.000
1984.00
489000
3D
Carmelo Anthony
6’6" | 1.98 m
February 20, 1963
Charles Barkley
198.000
1963.00
176000
3D
Charles Barkley
5’5” | 1.65 m
January 15, 1994
Chen Meng
165.000
1994.00
2500
3D
Chen Meng
6’0” | 1.83 m
February 25, 1970
Chris Barnes
183.000
1970.00
7200
3D
Chris Barnes
6’2” | 1.88 m
September 21, 1979
Chris Gayle
188.000
1979.00
56000
3D
Chris Gayle
6’1" | 1.85 m
May 6, 1985
Chris Paul
185.000
1985.00
287000
3D
Chris Paul
5’11” | 1.80 m
205 lb | 93 kg
June 7, 1996
Christian McCaffrey
180.000
93.000
1996.00
209000
3D
Christian McCaffrey
2.8”-2.86” | 7.1-7.26 cm (Diameter)
5.5-5.75 oz | 156-163 g
Cricket Ball
7.260
0.164
3600
https://p3d.in/e/4RLvN
3D
Cricket BallView of a Cricket Ball in 3D available for downloadView of a Cricket Ball in 3D available for download
4.25” | 10.8 cm
2.64” | 67 mm
33.5”-34.375” | 85.1-87.3 cm; 38” | 96.5 cm (Max)
2.63–3 lb | 1.19-1.36 kg
Cricket Bat
10.800
6.700
96.500
1.360
9400
https://p3d.in/e/f2aaU
3D
Cricket BatPerspective view of a 3D model of a Cricket BatPerspective view of a 3D model of a Cricket Bat
450’-500’ | 137-152 m (Diameter)
450’-500’ | 137-152 m (Diameter)
159,043-196,350 ft² | 14,775-18,242 m²
Cricket Ground
15200.000
15200.000
18242.00
1200
https://p3d.in/e/n0nAZ
3D
Cricket GroundPerspective view of a 3D model of a Cricket GroundPerspective view of a 3D model of a Cricket Ground
10’ | 3.05 m (Central Strip)
66’ (22 yd) | 20.12 m (Wicket to Wicket)
660 ft² | 61.3 m²
Cricket Pitch
305.000
2012.000
61.30
900
https://p3d.in/e/K8jW4
3D
Cricket Pitch3D model of a Cricket Pitch viewed in perspective3D model of a Cricket Pitch viewed in perspective
28” | 71.12 cm
9” | 22.86 cm
1.375”-1.5” | 34.9-38.1 mm (Stump Diameter)
Cricket Wicket
71.120
22.860
3.810
600
https://p3d.in/e/2lnod
3D
Cricket WicketView of a Cricket Wicket in 3D available for downloadView of a Cricket Wicket in 3D available for download
6’2” | 1.88 m
February 5, 1985
Cristiano Ronaldo
188.000
1985.00
4000000
3D
Cristiano Ronaldo
6’4” | 1.93 m
229 lb | 104 kg
December 14, 1997
DK Metcalf
193.000
104.000
1997.00
139000
3D
DK Metcalf
6’2” | 1.88 m
July 15, 1990
Damian Lillard
188.000
1990.00
206000
3D
Damian Lillard
5’10” | 1.78 m
March 5, 1982
Dan Carter
178.000
1982.00
37000
3D
Dan Carter
6’4” | 1.93 m
224 lb | 102 kg
September 15, 1961
Dan Marino
193.000
102.000
1961.00
62000
3D
Dan Marino
5’7” | 1.70 m
July 4, 1993
Daniel De La Rosa
170.000
1993.00
700
3D
Daniel De La Rosa
5'11" | 1.80 m
May 2, 1975
David Beckham
180.000
1975.00
866000
3D
David Beckham
6’1” | 1.85 m
212 lb | 96 kg
June 6, 1992
DeAndre Hopkins
185.000
96.000
1992.00
139000
3D
DeAndre Hopkins
6’1” | 1.85 m
198 lb | 90 kg
August 9, 1967
Deion Sanders
185.000
90.000
1967.00
121000
3D
Deion Sanders
6’3” | 1.91 m
247 lb | 112 kg
January 4, 1994
Derrick Henry
191.000
112.000
1994.00
284000
3D
Derrick Henry
5’5" | 1.65 m
October 30, 1960
Diego Maradona
165.000
1960.00
908000
3D
Diego Maradona
5’7” | 1.70 m
June 20, 1990
Ding Ning
170.000
1990.00
4500
3D
Ding Ning
7’0” | 2.13 m
June 19, 1978
Dirk Nowitzki
213.000
1978.00
83000
3D
Dirk Nowitzki
8.5” | 21.59 cm (Diameter)
14 oz | 410 g
Dodgeball
21.590
0.410
350
https://p3d.in/e/No1M6
3D
DodgeballPerspective view of a 3D model of a DodgeballPerspective view of a 3D model of a Dodgeball
25’ | 7.62 m
50’ | 15.24 m
1250 ft² | 116 m²
Dodgeball Court - Elite
762.000
1524.000
116.00
80
https://p3d.in/e/kcxuH
3D
Dodgeball Court - EliteView of an Elite Dodgeball Court in 3D available for downloadView of an Elite Dodgeball Court in 3D available for download
30’ | 9.14 m
60’ | 18.29 m
1800 ft² | 167 m²
Dodgeball Court - WDBF
914.000
1829.000
167.00
90
https://p3d.in/e/bFq7a
3D
Dodgeball Court - WDBFPerspective view of a 3D model of a Dodgeball Court (WDBF)Perspective view of a 3D model of a Dodgeball Court (WDBF)
6’0” | 1.83 m
209 lb | 95 kg
January 15, 1979
Drew Brees
183.000
95.000
1979.00
769000
3D
Drew Brees
9.4” | 23.3 cm
4.125” | 104.8 mm (Diameter)
1.5 lb | .68 kg
Duckpin
23.300
10.480
0.680
9500
https://p3d.in/e/YRu6J
3D
DuckpinPerspective view of a 3D model of a DuckpinPerspective view of a 3D model of a Duckpin
9.4” | 23.3 cm
40.125” | 101.9 cm
35.25” | 89.5 cm
Duckpin Pin Deck
23.300
101.900
89.500
5
https://p3d.in/e/abff7
3D
Duckpin Pin DeckView of a Duckpin Pin Deck in 3D available for downloadView of a Duckpin Pin Deck in 3D available for download
6’4” | 1.93 m
June 22, 1984
Dustin Johnson
193.000
1984.00
70000
3D
Dustin Johnson
6’4” | 1.93 m
January 17, 1982
Dwyane Wade
193.000
1982.00
294000
3D
Dwyane Wade
6’1” | 1.85 m
April 27, 1938
Earl Anthony
185.000
1938.00
3200
3D
Earl Anthony
6’4” | 1.93 m
February 12, 1991
Earvin N’Gapeth
193.000
1991.00
11000
3D
Earvin N’Gapeth
5’5” | 1.65 m
March 26, 1986
Ellen Hoog
165.000
1986.00
12000
3D
Ellen Hoog
5’6” | 1.68 m
March 23, 1989
Eva de Goede
168.000
1989.00
2600
3D
Eva de Goede
6’0” | 1.83 m
228 lb | 103 kg
July 22, 1995
Ezekiel Elliott
183.000
103.000
1995.00
225000
3D
Ezekiel Elliott
6’6” | 1.98 m
August 25, 1989
Facundo Conte
198.000
1989.00
4100
3D
Facundo Conte
2.81”-2.94” | 71.3-74.8 mm (Diameter)
5.5-5.7 oz | 156-163 g
Field Hockey Ball
7.480
0.163
500
https://p3d.in/e/0zZ7O
3D
Field Hockey BallView of a Field Hockey Ball in 3D available for downloadView of a Field Hockey Ball in 3D available for download
7’ | 2.14 m (Inside)
12’ | 3.66 m (Inside)
47.24” | 1.2 m (Minimum)
200 lb | 90 kg (Typical)
Field Hockey Goal
214.000
366.000
120.000
90.000
350
https://p3d.in/e/2HHZF
3D
Field Hockey GoalView of a Field Hockey Goal in 3D available for downloadView of a Field Hockey Goal in 3D available for download
180’ (60 yd) | 54.86 m
300’ (100 yd) | 91.44 m
54,000 ft² | 5017 m²
Field Hockey Pitch
5486.000
9144.000
5017.00
250
https://p3d.in/e/J1Mwb
3D
Field Hockey PitchPerspective view of a 3D model of a Field Hockey PitchPerspective view of a 3D model of a Field Hockey Pitch
12.5” | 31.75 cm
5” | 127 mm (Overall Band)
2.45 lb | 1.11 kg (Overall Max)
Five-Pin Bowling Pin
31.750
12.700
1.110
30
https://p3d.in/e/y8NXg
3D
Five-Pin Bowling PinView of a Five-Pin Bowling Pin in 3D available for downloadView of a Five-Pin Bowling Pin in 3D available for download
12.5” | 31.75 cm
41” | 104.1 cm
36.25” | 92.1 cm
Five-Pin Pin Deck
31.750
104.100
92.100
5
https://p3d.in/e/zLmrb
3D
Five-Pin Pin Deck3D model of a Five-Pin Pin Deck viewed in perspective3D model of a Five-Pin Pin Deck viewed in perspective
30’ | 9.14 m (Overall)
18.5’ | 5.64 m (Inside)
6.5’ | 1.98 m
Football Field Goal Post - College
914.000
564.000
198.000
10
https://p3d.in/e/2FLpW
3D
Football Field Goal Post - College3D model of a American Football Field Goal Post (College) viewed in perspective3D model of a American Football Field Goal Post (College) viewed in perspective
22’-25’ | 6.7-7.62 m (Overall)
23’4” | 7.11 m (Inside)
1.5’, 6.5’ | .46, 1.98 m
Football Field Goal Post - High School
762.000
711.000
198.000
5
https://p3d.in/e/LTGXD
3D
Football Field Goal Post - High SchoolPerspective view of a 3D model of a American Football Field Goal Post (High School)Perspective view of a 3D model of a American Football Field Goal Post (High School)
35’ | 10.67 m (Overall)
18.5’ | 5.64 m (Inside)
6.5’ | 1.98 m
Football Field Goal Post - Pro
1067.000
564.000
198.000
600
https://p3d.in/e/vTX0Y
3D
Football Field Goal Post - ProView of a American Football Field Goal Post (Professional/NFL) in 3D available for downloadView of a American Football Field Goal Post (Professional/NFL) in 3D available for download
6’0” | 1.83 m (Average)
Football Officials
1000
3D
Football Officials
148’-295’ | 45-90 m
295’-394’ | 90-120 m
Football Pitch | Field
9000.000
12000.000
82000
3D
Football Pitch | Field
8’ | 2.44 m (Inner Crossbar)
24’ | 7.32 m (Inner Posts)
Football | Soccer Goal
244.000
732.000
15000
3D
Football | Soccer Goal
6’.5” | 1.84 m
January 10, 1979
Francesca Piccinini
184.000
1979.00
22000
3D
Francesca Piccinini
6’3” | 1.91 m
January 6, 1970
Gabrielle Reece
191.000
1970.00
96000
3D
Gabrielle Reece
Billiard Balls
Diagram comparing the relative sizes of billiard balls used for various cue sports

Billiard balls come in different sizes and designs that vary by game type. Traditionally, billiard balls were made from elephant ivory, but are commonly made from phenolic resin today.

Billiard balls range in diameter from the largest in Russian pyramid and kaisa at 2 11/16” (68 mm) to the smallest in British-style at 2” (51 mm). Other variations of billiard ball sizes are Carom at 2 7/16” (61.5 mm), American-style at 2 1/4” (57.15 mm), and Snooker 2 1/16” (52.5 mm).

Drawing comparing billiard ball dimensions from Russian Kaisa, Carom, American, English, Snooker
Billiard balls come in different sizes and designs that vary by game type. Traditionally, billiard balls were made from elephant ivory, but are commonly made from phenolic resin today. Billiard balls range in diameter from Russian pyramid down to Carom, American-style, British-style, and Snooker.

Billiard balls range in diameter from the largest in Russian pyramid and kaisa at 2 11/16” (68 mm) to the smallest in British-style at 2” (51 mm). Other variations of billiard ball sizes are Carom at 2 7/16” (61.5 mm), American-style at 2 1/4” (57.15 mm), and Snooker 2 1/16” (52.5 mm).

Drawing comparing billiard ball dimensions from Russian Kaisa, Carom, American, English, Snooker
Billiard Balls
Height:
2.06"-2.69" | 52.5-68 mm (Diameter)
Width:
Length:
Depth:
Weight:
Area:

Diameter (Russian kaisa): 2 11/16” | 68 mm
Diameter (Carom): 2 7/16” | 61.5 mm
Diameter (American): 2 1/4” | 57.15 mm
Diameter (Snooker): 2 1/16” | 52.5 mm
Diameter (British): 2” | 51 mm
Material: Phenolic resin

Drawings include:
Billiard Ball sizes: Russian Kaisa, Carom, American, English, Snooker

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Patrick Ewing
Scaled comparison drawings of Patrick Ewing and related basketball players

Like Steve Nash, Patrick Ewing began his sporting journey playing cricket and soccer before showing interest in basketball. The former Jamaican-American basketball player is now Georgetown University Men’s team head coach having played for Orlando Magic, Seattle Supersonics, and New York Knicks. Playing the center position, Patrick is an eleven-time All-Star who won gold medals in the 1984 and 1992 Olympic Games with the USA team. He has been admitted to the Basketball Hall of Fame on two occasions and also the US Olympic Hall of Fame. Patrick Ewing’s unyielding dedication, ambition, and determination to achieve his goals made him be recognized for being a defensive stalwart.

Patrick Ewing played the center and power forward positions at a height of 7’0” (2.13 m).

Set of illustrations of Patrick Ewing in various poses measured with overall height
Like Steve Nash, Patrick Ewing began his sporting journey playing cricket and soccer before showing interest in basketball. The former Jamaican-American basketball player is now Georgetown University Men’s team head coach having played for Orlando Magic, Seattle Supersonics, and New York Knicks.

Patrick Ewing played the center and power forward positions at a height of 7’0” (2.13 m).

Set of illustrations of Patrick Ewing in various poses measured with overall height
Patrick Ewing
Height:
7’0” | 2.13 m
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Positions: Center, power forward

Years Active: 1985-2002

Birthday
August 5, 1962

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Patrick Ewing standing, shooting, dribbling, dunking

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Dan Carter
Height comparison diagram of Dan Carter compared to other rugby players

In test match rugby, New Zealand's rugby player Dan Carter is the highest point scorer besides being considered the best fly-half in rugby history. The former All Blacks player is currently with Super Rugby and plays either center position or as the first-five eighth. Dan has been a three-time International Rugby Board (IRB) Player of the Year, won three Super Rugby titles, and has twenty-nine tries under his belt. He won nine Tri-Nations and Rugby Championships with the All Blacks. Other accolades include being a five-time NPC/Air New Zealand Cup Champion, Ranfurly Shield holder, and Super Cup Centurion.

Dan Carter has a height of 5’10” (1.78 m).

Collection of drawings of Dan Carter measured with overall height
In test match rugby, New Zealand's rugby player Dan Carter is the highest point scorer besides being considered the best fly-half in rugby history. The former All Blacks player is currently with Super Rugby and plays either center position or as the first-five eighth.

Dan Carter has a height of 5’10” (1.78 m).

Collection of drawings of Dan Carter measured with overall height
Dan Carter
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Nationality: New Zealand

Position: Fly-Half, Centre

Years Active: 2002—

Birthday
March 5, 1982

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Dan Carter standing, running, stance

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Volleyball Net

Volleyball nets are the primary obstacle and separating element between the two teams in a game of volleyball. Splitting the court down the middle, the height of the net dictates how teams will strategize their ball placement and setup offensive and defense formations to successfully send the ball across the divider. Volleyball nets are typically made with black nylon netting with white headbands.

Volleyball nets span the entire width of the court (29’6” | 9 m) and are held rigid by outer poles typically set 3’ (.91 m) from the court. The center height of a volleyball net differs for men’s and women’s play with men’s nets regulated at a height of 7’ 11.69” (2.43 m) and women’s at 7’ 4.35” (2.24 m). The dimensions of the playing court are often identified on the net surface by two antenna extending 32” (80 cm) above the net. Volleyball nets have a surface height of 39” (1 m) from top to bottom and are constructed with a polypropylene or nylon netting with a mesh size of 3.9” (10 cm) and are capped with stiff headbands along the perimeters.

Elevation drawing measuring professional volleyball nets with dimensions and sizes
Volleyball nets are the primary obstacle and separating element between the two teams in a game of volleyball. Splitting the court down the middle, the height of the net dictates how teams will strategize their ball placement and setup offensive and defense formations.

Volleyball nets span the entire width of the court (29’6” | 9 m) and are held rigid by outer poles typically set 3’ (.91 m) from the court. The center height of a volleyball net differs for men’s and women’s play with men’s nets regulated at a height of 7’ 11.69” (2.43 m) and women’s at 7’ 4.35” (2.24 m). The dimensions of the playing court are often identified on the net surface by two antenna extending 32” (80 cm) above the net. Volleyball nets have a surface height of 39” (1 m) from top to bottom and are constructed with a polypropylene or nylon netting with a mesh size of 3.9” (10 cm) and are capped with stiff headbands along the perimeters.

Elevation drawing measuring professional volleyball nets with dimensions and sizes
Volleyball Net
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7’4.35"-7’ 11.7” | 2.24-2.43 m
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36’ | 10.97 m (Total)
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.16" | 4 mm
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Height (Men’s): 7’ 11.69” | 2.43 m
Height (Women’s): 7’ 4.35” | 2.24 m
Height (Net Face): 39” | 1 m
Length (Between Poles): 36’ | 10.97 m
Pole Offset: 3’ | .91 m from court
Antenna Height: 32” | 80 cm
Above Floor: 4’1”-4’8” | 1.25-1.42 m
Net Mesh: 3.9” | 10 cm
Material: Polypropylene, nylon

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Volleyball Net front elevation, front (players)

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Baseball Strike Zone
Diagram drawing of the boundaries of a Baseball Strike Zone with player, umpire, and catcher

The strike zone in baseball refers to the volume of space which a ball must pass through to be called a ‘strike’ (if the batter doesn’t swing). If the baseball does not pass through this zone it will be called a ‘ball.’ Official strike zones are calculated as the space between the width of home-plate, 17” | 43.18 cm, up to the midpoint between a batter’s shoulders and uniform pants when in their stance, and extending down to just below their kneecaps. The home-plate umpire determines balls and strikes after every pitch thrown.

The strike zone in baseball refers to the volume of space which a ball must pass through to be called a ‘strike’ (if the batter doesn’t swing). If the baseball does not pass through this zone it will be called a ‘ball.’

Baseball Strike Zone
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Width: 17” | 43.18 cm

Top: Midpoint between top of shoulders and top of pants
Bottom: A point just below the kneecap

Area for 6.5’ player: 3.75 ft2
Area for 6’ player: 3.5 ft2
Area for 5.5’ player: 3.25 ft2

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Baseball Strike Zone front elevation (player)

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