Individual Sports

Individual Sports

Description
Description

Individual sports are athletic activities where competitors perform alone, focusing on their personal skills and endurance rather than teamwork. These include track and field events like sprinting and long-distance running, where athletes compete in races or aim for the furthest throw or highest jump. In swimming, individuals race against each other in various strokes and distances. Tennis and golf are popular individual sports involving skill, strategy, and precision. Martial arts like judo and taekwondo test strength and technique in one-on-one combat. These sports are played in a range of venues, from tracks and pools to courts and courses, tailored to each sport's specific needs.

History
History

Individual sports have roots in ancient competitions, where personal skill and prowess were celebrated. Originally, these included athletics, wrestling, and archery, often part of religious or cultural festivals. As societies evolved, so did the range of individual sports. The 19th and 20th centuries saw the growth of sports like tennis, golf, and various forms of martial arts, reflecting changes in leisure and social dynamics.

The development of modern sporting events provided platforms for these sports to gain worldwide popularity. Over time, technological advancements, training methods, and a deeper understanding of human physiology have significantly enhanced performances in these sports, attracting global audiences and participants.

Future
Future

The landscape of individual sports is likely to shift with technological advancements and changing societal interests. Wearable tech and data analytics might become integral in enhancing athlete performance and training methods. Sports like rock climbing and parkour, resonating with contemporary interests in adventure and urban culture, could see increased popularity.

Virtual reality might be used for training simulations, offering athletes sophisticated ways to hone their skills. With a growing focus on holistic health, sports emphasizing mind-body wellness, like yoga and pilates, might gain more formal recognition in competitive arenas, reflecting a broadening view of what constitutes a sport.

Common Questions
Common Questions
How are individual sports competitions typically structured?

Individual sports competitions are usually structured around knockout rounds, time trials, or scored performances. Athletes often compete head-to-head or against the clock, progressing through qualifying rounds to finals. In judged sports like gymnastics or diving, performances are evaluated on technical and artistic merit. Track and field events may use a combination of timed races and distance-based competitions like jumps or throws.

What are the most physically demanding individual sports?

Triathlon, encompassing swimming, cycling, and running, is renowned for its extreme endurance demands. Marathon running, with its long-distance challenge, and gymnastics, requiring intense strength and flexibility, are also highly demanding. Boxing and mixed martial arts test both physical stamina and combat skills. Finally, professional cycling, covering vast distances and varied terrains, demands exceptional physical and mental resilience.

What role does coaching play in individual sports?

In individual sports, coaching is crucial for developing technique, strategy, and mental strength. Coaches provide personalized training regimens, help refine skills, and offer feedback for improvement. They also play a key role in mental preparation, helping athletes build confidence, focus, and resilience. Beyond technical guidance, coaches often serve as mentors, supporting athletes' overall growth and navigating the pressures of competition.

Sports

* Under Development *

68’11” | 21 m
82’ | 25 m
25m Eight Lane Swimming Pool
2100.000
2500.000
5
GUIDE
3D
25m Eight Lane Swimming Pool
82’ | 25 m
164’ | 50 m
50m Ten Lane Olympic Pool
25000.000
5000.000
10
GUIDE
3D
50m Ten Lane Olympic Pool
6’1” | 1.85 m
February 5, 1993
Adam Ondra
185.000
1993.00
55000
GUIDE
3D
Adam Ondra
6’1” | 1.85 m
January 21, 1985
Adrian Lewis
185.000
1985.00
20000
GUIDE
3D
Adrian Lewis
6’8” | 2.03 m
514 lb | 233 kg
May 8, 1969
Akebono Tarō
203.000
233.000
1969.00
40000
GUIDE
3D
Akebono Tarō
5’5” | 1.65 m
August 7, 1962
Alain Robert
165.000
1962.00
23000
GUIDE
3D
Alain Robert
6’0” | 1.83 m
December 16, 1985
Alberto Tomba
183.000
1985.00
1000
GUIDE
3D
Alberto Tomba
5’11” | 1.80 m
August 17, 1985
Alex Honnold
180.000
1985.00
247000
GUIDE
3D
Alex Honnold
5’6” | 1.68 m
November 18, 1985
Allyson Felix
168.000
1985.00
38000
GUIDE
3D
Allyson Felix
5’8” | 1.73 m
May 30, 1988
Amanda Nunes
173.000
1988.00
108000
GUIDE
3D
Amanda Nunes
6’2” | 1.88 m
April 14, 1975
Anderson Silva
188.000
1975.00
108000
GUIDE
3D
Anderson Silva
5’11” | 1.80 m
April 29, 1970
Andre Agassi
180.000
1970.00
50000
GUIDE
3D
Andre Agassi
5’6” | 1.68 m
August 16, 1991
Anna Gasser
168.000
1991.00
12000
GUIDE
3D
Anna Gasser
5’8" | 1.73 m
June 7, 1981
Anna Kournikova
173.000
1981.00
66000
GUIDE
3D
Anna Kournikova
5’6" | 1.68 m
October 9, 1970
Annika Sörenstam
168.000
1970.00
3400
GUIDE
3D
Annika Sörenstam
71” | 180.3 cm
48” | 122 cm
60.5” | 153.7 cm
80-95 lb | 36.3-43.1 kg
Archery Target Stand
180.300
122.000
153.700
43.100
1000
https://p3d.in/e/oewv0
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3D
Archery Target Stand3D model of a Archery Target Stand viewed in perspective3D model of a Archery Target Stand viewed in perspective
5’10" | 1.78 m
September 10, 1929
Arnold Palmer
178.000
1929.00
108000
GUIDE
3D
Arnold Palmer
6’2” | 1.88 m
235-245 lb | 106-111 kg (Contest)
July 30, 1947
Arnold Schwarzenegger
188.000
111.000
1947.00
721000
GUIDE
3D
Arnold Schwarzenegger
5’1” | 1.55 m
April 3, 2001
Ashima Shiraishi
155.000
2001.00
19000
GUIDE
3D
Ashima Shiraishi
Badminton Backhand
700
GUIDE
3D
Badminton Backhand
17’-20' | 5.18-6.1 m
44’ | 13.41 m
880 ft2 | 81.75 m2
Badminton Court
610.000
1341.000
81.75
57000
https://p3d.in/e/XLKyo
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3D
Badminton CourtPerspective view of a 3D model of a Badminton CourtPerspective view of a 3D model of a Badminton Court
Badminton Drop Shot
100
GUIDE
3D
Badminton Drop Shot
Badminton Forehand
100
GUIDE
3D
Badminton Forehand
5’1” | 1.55 m
20’ | 6.1 m
Badminton Net
155.000
610.000
14000
https://p3d.in/e/Jtidi
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3D
Badminton Net3D model of a Badminton Net viewed in perspective3D model of a Badminton Net viewed in perspective
8.66”-9.06” | 220-230 mm
1” | 25.4 mm (Handle)
26.18”-26.77” | 665-680 mm
2.46-3.35 oz | 70-95 g
Badminton Racket
23.000
2.540
68.000
0.095
45000
https://p3d.in/e/9QB7A
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3D
Badminton Racket3D model of a Badminton Racket viewed in perspective3D model of a Badminton Racket viewed in perspective
Badminton Smash
4500
GUIDE
3D
Badminton Smash
5’8” | 1.73 m
September 28, 1979
Bam Margera
173.000
1979.00
102000
GUIDE
3D
Bam Margera
5’6” | 1.68 m
March 28, 1958
Bart Conner
168.000
1958.00
18000
GUIDE
3D
Bart Conner
4.625” | 117 mm
3.625” | 92 mm (Diameter)
Beer Pong Cups
11.700
9.200
250
https://p3d.in/e/xPAL0
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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
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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
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
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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
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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
GUIDE
3D
Ben Hogan
4’10” | 1.47 m
August 19, 1931
Bill Shoemaker
147.000
1931.00
1200
GUIDE
3D
Bill Shoemaker
2.06"-2.69" | 52.5-68 mm (Diameter)
Billiard Balls
2.690
800
GUIDE
3D
Billiard Balls
5’4.5” | 1.64 m
November 22, 1943
Billie Jean King
164.000
1943.00
54000
GUIDE
3D
Billie Jean King
5’11” | 1.80 m
June 6, 1956
Björn Borg
180.000
1956.00
27000
GUIDE
3D
Björn Borg
6’2” | 1.88 m
October 12, 1977
Bode Miller
188.000
1977.00
12000
GUIDE
3D
Bode Miller
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
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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
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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
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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
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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
GUIDE
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
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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
655 ft2 | 60.9 m2
Boxing Ring
GUIDE
3D
Boxing Ring
5’11” | 1.80 m
October 22, 1963
Brian Boitano
180.000
1963.00
14000
GUIDE
3D
Brian Boitano
6’1” | 1.85 m
June 29, 1972
Brian Foster
185.000
1972.00
3700
GUIDE
3D
Brian Foster
6’0” | 1.83 m
May 3, 1990
Brooks Koepka
183.000
1990.00
227000
GUIDE
3D
Brooks Koepka
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
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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
GUIDE
3D
Candlepin Pin DeckPerspective view of a 3D model of a Candlepin Pin DeckPerspective view of a 3D model of a Candlepin Pin Deck
5’9” | 1.75 m
July 18, 1990
Canelo Álvarez
175.000
1990.00
109000
GUIDE
3D
Canelo Álvarez
6’2” | 1.88 m
July 1, 1961
Carl Lewis
188.000
1961.00
20000
GUIDE
3D
Carl Lewis
5’8” | 1.73 m
June 15, 1993
Carolina Marín
173.000
1993.00
51000
GUIDE
3D
Carolina Marín
5’5” | 1.65 m
January 15, 1994
Chen Meng
165.000
1994.00
2500
GUIDE
3D
Chen Meng
6’0” | 1.83 m
278 lb | 126 kg
June 1, 1955
Chiyonofuji Mitsugu
183.000
126.000
1955.00
5700
GUIDE
3D
Chiyonofuji Mitsugu
5’3” | 1.60 m
April 23, 2000
Chloe Kim
160.000
2000.00
41000
GUIDE
3D
Chloe Kim
6’0” | 1.83 m
February 25, 1970
Chris Barnes
183.000
1970.00
7200
GUIDE
3D
Chris Barnes
6’3” | 1.91 m
April 30, 1981
Chris Doyle
191.000
1981.00
4000
GUIDE
3D
Chris Doyle
6’0” | 1.83 m
April 23, 1981
Chris Sharma
183.000
1981.00
23000
GUIDE
3D
Chris Sharma
6’2” | 1.88 m
December 17, 1969
Chuck Liddell
188.000
1969.00
50000
GUIDE
3D
Chuck Liddell
Community Swimming Pools
40
GUIDE
3D
Community Swimming Pools
5’9” | 1.75 m
July 14, 1988
Conor McGregor
175.000
1988.00
789000
GUIDE
3D
Conor McGregor
6’0” | 1.83 m
January 15, 1982
Corey Bohan
183.000
1982.00
2700
GUIDE
3D
Corey Bohan
1.125"-1.5" | 28.5-38.1 mm
6" | 15.24 cm
6" | 15.24 cm
14-16 oz | 397-454 g
Cornhole Bags
38.100
15.240
15.240
0.454
21000
https://p3d.in/e/QGoZw
GUIDE
3D
Cornhole BagsView of a Cornhole bag in 3D available for downloadView of a Cornhole bag in 3D available for download
4"-12" | 10.2-30.5 cm
2' | 61 cm
4' | 122 cm
Cornhole Boards
30.500
61.000
122.000
73000
https://p3d.in/e/NUmGZ
GUIDE
3D
Cornhole Boards3D model of a cornhole board viewed in perspective3D model of a cornhole board viewed in perspective
8' | 2.44 m
35' | 10.67
280 ft2 | 26 m2
Cornhole Distance - Regulation
244.000
1067.000
26.00
29000
https://p3d.in/e/LGNQ6
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3D
Cornhole Distance - RegulationPerspective view of a 3D model of regulation Cornhole distances and court sizesPerspective view of a 3D model of regulation Cornhole distances and court sizes
5’8” | 1.73 m
July 9, 1985
Cris Cyborg
173.000
1985.00
81000
GUIDE
3D
Cris Cyborg
5’9” | 1.75 m
150 lb | 68 kg
October 25, 1948
Dan Gable
175.000
68.000
1948.00
11000
GUIDE
3D
Dan Gable
5’11” | 1.80 m
March 20, 1979
Daniel Cormier
180.000
1979.00
114000
GUIDE
3D
Daniel Cormier
5’7” | 1.70 m
July 4, 1993
Daniel De La Rosa
170.000
1993.00
700
GUIDE
3D
Daniel De La Rosa
17.75” | 451 mm (Diameter)
1.5” | 38.1 mm (Typical)
10-12 lb | 4.54-5.44 kg
Dartboard
45.100
3.810
5.440
12000
https://p3d.in/e/05IpA
GUIDE
3D
Dartboard3D model of a Dartboard viewed in perspective3D model of a Dartboard viewed in perspective
Darts
51000
1.57” | 4 cm (Flight)
5”-7” | 12.7-17.8 cm (Typical Overall)
.63-.92 oz | 18-26 g
Darts
4.000
17.800
0.026
51000
https://p3d.in/e/thMCd
GUIDE
3D
DartsView of a Dart in 3D available for downloadView of a Dart in 3D available for download
5’9” | 1.75 m
April 4, 1974
Dave Mirra
175.000
1974.00
31000
GUIDE
3D
Dave Mirra
5’8” | 1.73 m
163 lb | 74 kg
June 6, 1959
Dave Schultz
173.000
74.000
1959.00
9000
GUIDE
3D
Dave Schultz
5’2” | 1.57 m
129 lb | 59 kg (Contest)
May 1, 1968
Denise Masino
157.000
59.000
1968.00
19000
GUIDE
3D
Denise Masino
5’7” | 1.70 m
June 20, 1990
Ding Ning
170.000
1990.00
4500
GUIDE
3D
Ding Ning
5’10.5” | 1.79 m
275 lb | 125 kg (Contest)
April 19, 1962
Dorian Yates
179.000
125.000
1962.00
39000
GUIDE
3D
Dorian Yates
5’4” | 1.63 m
July 26, 1956
Dorothy Hamill
163.000
1956.00
36000
GUIDE
3D
Dorothy Hamill
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
GUIDE
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
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3D
Duckpin Pin DeckView of a Duckpin Pin Deck in 3D available for downloadView of a Duckpin Pin Deck in 3D available for download
6’1” | 1.85 m
August 24, 1890
Duke Kahanamoku
185.000
1890.00
8400
GUIDE
3D
Duke Kahanamoku
6’4” | 1.93 m
June 22, 1984
Dustin Johnson
193.000
1984.00
70000
GUIDE
3D
Dustin Johnson
6’1” | 1.85 m
April 27, 1938
Earl Anthony
185.000
1938.00
3200
GUIDE
3D
Earl Anthony
6’3” | 1.91 m
April 25, 1957
Eric Bristow
191.000
1957.00
25000
GUIDE
3D
Eric Bristow
6’2.5” | 1.89 m
October 19, 1962
Evander Holyfield
189.000
1962.00
61000
GUIDE
3D
Evander Holyfield
5'2" | 1.57 m
November 19, 1999
Evgenia Medvedeva
157.000
1999.00
16000
GUIDE
3D
Evgenia Medvedeva
31.5” | 80 cm (Diameter)
8”-10” | 20.3-25.4 cm (Block)
FITA Compound Target
80.000
25.400
10
https://p3d.in/e/bZfCn
GUIDE
3D
FITA Compound TargetView of a FITA Compound Target in 3D available for downloadView of a FITA Compound Target in 3D available for download
Duke Kahanamoku
Scaled height comparison illustration of Duke Kahanamoku in relation to other surfers

Duke Kahanamoku was a Native Hawaiian professional swimmer and surfer, considered the father of modern surfing and the most influential surfer of all time. Duke Kahanamoku was also a 5-time Olympic champion in swimming. He travelled around the world and gave swimming and surfing exhibitions that helped popularize surfing as a sport. Duke Kahanamoku was considered the greatest freestyle swimmer in the world for a period of time. He was also an actor and appeared in various films. Unfortunately, he passed away on August 24, 1890 at the age of 77. Duke Kahanamoku has various statues and monuments made after him and his legacy.

Duke Kahanamoku had a height of 6’1” (1.85 m).

Group of drawings of Duke Kahanamoku in a range of surfing positions labeled with overall height
Duke Kahanamoku was a Native Hawaiian professional swimmer and surfer, considered the father of modern surfing and the most influential surfer of all time. Duke Kahanamoku was also a 5-time Olympic champion in swimming. He travelled around the world and gave swimming and surfing exhibitions.

Duke Kahanamoku had a height of 6’1” (1.85 m).

Group of drawings of Duke Kahanamoku in a range of surfing positions labeled with overall height
Duke Kahanamoku
Height:
6’1” | 1.85 m
Width:
Length:
Depth:
Weight:
Area:

Nationality: United States

Years Active: 1912-1924 (Swimming)

Death: January 22, 1968

Birthday
August 24, 1890

Drawings include:
Duke Kahanamoku standing, surfing (various)

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Beer Pong Table - Large

Large Beer Pong Tables are wider than average tables used for playing beer pong. Typically designed and used in settings that don’t require the tables to be easily transportable, large beer pong tables are often found in personal homes, college fraternities and sororities, and bars. Because of the personal nature of these larger beer pong tables they are painted and customized by their owners.

Like official beer pong tables, large beer pong tables are 8’ (2.44 m) long and 27.5” (70 cm) tall with variable widths between 4’-5’ (1.2-1.5 m). The standard distance between the front two cups in a 10 cup game is roughly 65” (165 cm).

Elevation illustration of two girls playing Beer Pong on a large fixed beer pong table
Large Beer Pong Tables are wider than average tables used for playing beer pong. Typically designed and used in settings that don’t require the tables to be easily transportable, large beer pong tables are often found in personal homes, college fraternities and sororities, and bars.

Like official beer pong tables, large beer pong tables are 8’ (2.44 m) long and 27.5” (70 cm) tall with variable widths between 4’-5’ (1.2-1.5 m). The standard distance between the front two cups in a 10 cup game is roughly 65” (165 cm).

Elevation illustration of two girls playing Beer Pong on a large fixed beer pong table
Beer Pong Table - Large
Height:
27.5” | 70 cm
Width:
4’-5’ | 122-152 cm
Length:
8’ | 2.44 m
Depth:
Weight:
Area:

Front Cup Distance: 65” | 165 cm

Drawings include:
Beer Pong Table - Large side elevation, side (people), plan

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Darts
Scaled comparison drawings of a Dart compared to a ping-pong ball and a baseball

Darts are the objects that are thrown during a game of Darts and each player plays with a set of 3. Darts are typically constructed from wood (traditional), brass, nickel, or tungsten. The four main parts of a Dart include the point, the shaft, the grip, and the flight.

The point of a Dart can either be fixed or movable and is usually soft. The shaft is the part of the Dart that is held by the player before throwing it, while the grip of the Dart provides a better hold. The flight of the Dart gives the Dart a smooth movement towards the Dartboard and is usually made from feathers.

Darts have a typical overall length between 5”-7” (12.7-17.8 cm) and standard flight width of 1.57” (4 cm). The barrel of a dart ranges from 1.81”-2.09” (46-53 mm) with a point length of 1.26” or 1.61” (32, 41 mm). The preferred mass of a dart is between .63-.92 oz (18-26 g).

Pair of drawings of a Dart showing dimensioned analysis of their length, width, and various components
Darts are the objects that are thrown during a game of Darts and each player plays with a set of 3. Darts are typically constructed from wood (traditional), brass, nickel, or tungsten. The four main parts of a Dart include the point, the shaft, the grip, and the flight.

Darts have a typical overall length between 5”-7” (12.7-17.8 cm) and standard flight width of 1.57” (4 cm). The barrel of a dart ranges from 1.81”-2.09” (46-53 mm) with a point length of 1.26” or 1.61” (32, 41 mm). The preferred mass of a dart is between .63-.92 oz (18-26 g).

Pair of drawings of a Dart showing dimensioned analysis of their length, width, and various components
Darts
Height:
Width:
1.57” | 4 cm (Flight)
Length:
5”-7” | 12.7-17.8 cm (Typical Overall)
Depth:
Weight:
.63-.92 oz | 18-26 g
Area:

Barrel Diameter: .25”-.28” | 6.35-7.11 mm

Barrel Length: 1.81”-2.09” | 46-53 mm
Point Length: 1.26”, 1.61” | 32, 41 mm

Maximum Length: 11.81” | 30 cm

Materials: Brass, nickel silver, or Tungsten barrel; steel tip; plastic polymer, nylon or foil flight

Birthday

Drawings include:
Darts side elevation, front

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Raymond van Barneveld
Scaled height comparison drawings of Raymond van Barneveld compared to other darts players

Dutch professional dart player Raymond van Barneveld is still unsure of hanging up his boots after severally recanting his statement on retiring. He is nicknamed “Barney” and is the most successful player dart alive. Raymond is a four-time British Dart Organization (BDO) and a Professional Dart Corporation (PDC) Champion, making him a five-time World Dart Champion. He has twice won the World Trophy and World Masters, the international Darts league three-times, World Darts Federation (WDF) World Cup Singles, two UK Opens, a Premier League, and a Grand Slam of Darts. At the 2009 PDC World Championship, he hit a nine-darter, becoming the first professional dart player to achieve such a fate.

Raymond van Barneveld has a height of 6’2.5” (1.89 m).

Set of illustrations of Raymond van Barneveld in various darts poses measured with overall height
Dutch professional dart player Raymond van Barneveld is still unsure of hanging up his boots after severally recanting his statement on retiring. He is nicknamed “Barney” and is the most successful player dart alive. Raymond is a four-time British Dart Organization (BDO) and a PDC Champion.

Raymond van Barneveld has a height of 6’2.5” (1.89 m).

Set of illustrations of Raymond van Barneveld in various darts poses measured with overall height
Raymond van Barneveld
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Nationality: Netherlands

Years Active: 1984—

Birthday
April 20, 1967

Drawings include:
Raymond van Barneveld standing, stance, throwing

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Beer Pong Shot Techniques

Beer pong shot techniques refer to the various styles and rules of throwing the ping pong ball in a game of beer pong. Varying with team strategies and individual personal quirks when throwing the ball, the way you throw the ball has a direct impact on the game. Regardless of the shot type, players must throw the ball with their elbow behind the back edge of the table—this is referred to as the Elbow Rule. The three main throwing techniques used by beer pong players are the arc shot, the fastball or laser shot, and the bounce shot.

Arc shots are released higher and drop into the cups from above while fastball shots are thrown in a line directly at the back of the target cup. On the other hand, the bounce shot requires that the player bounces the ball beyond the center line of the table and into a cup in a single bounce. Opposing teams that see a player attempting a bounce shot have the opportunity to swat the ball away from the beer pong table after it bounces. Because bounce shots are difficult to sneak by the opposing team, successful bounce shots count as two cups.

Side elevation diagram illustrating typical Beer Pong Shot Techniques that include arc, laser, and bounce shots
Beer pong shot techniques refer to the various styles and rules of throwing the ping pong ball in a game of beer pong. The three main throwing techniques used by beer pong players are the arc shot, the fastball or laser shot, and the bounce shot.

Side elevation diagram illustrating typical Beer Pong Shot Techniques that include arc, laser, and bounce shots
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Arc: From above
Fastball | Laser: Straight and fast
Bounce: Beyond center line (2 Cups if successful)

Elbow Rule: Elbow cannot pass the table edge

Drawings include:
Beer Pong Shot Techniques side elevation diagram (people)

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