Sports Rules | Sports Regulations

Sports rules are the regulations that govern competitive games and are agreed upon by teams in order to set the structure of a sport. Through a competitive set of rules, sports regulations are designed to ensure the safety of both the athletes and the equipment involved in the sport without prohibitively impacting the intentions of the gameplay. Sports regulations are found in every sport and primarily define the systems of scoring while controlling which sporting equipment can accompany each game type. In modern times, greater rules of morality and conduct follow athletes and their teams on and off the field of play to better enforce a level of quality and professional competency in all walks of life.

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Beer Pong Racks
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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
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Beer Pong Shot Techniques
8' | 2.44 m
23' | 7 m
180 ft2 | 16.7 m2
Cornhole Distance - Kids
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Cornhole Distance - Kids3D view of a kids cornhole court available for download3D view of a kids cornhole court available for download
8' | 2.44 m
35' | 10.67
280 ft2 | 26 m2
Cornhole Distance - Regulation
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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
Pool Lane Floor & Wall Details
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Pool Lane Floor & Wall Details
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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Pool Lane Floor & Wall Details

A Pool Lane Floor is the base of a pool usually made of vinyl, showing different markings. Wall Details are markings on the walls of a pool. All the markings are done according to Fédération Internationale de Natation (FINA) acceptable standards for competitions. The floor has details showing where the depth begins, the false start line is, half line is, and the starting block. Wall detail shows touch panel and backstroke flags. These details guide how athletes should act while in the pool or competing and also help officials govern a swimming competition.

Dimensioned plan drawing of the various pool markings used as guides in a swimming lane
A Pool Lane Floor is the base of a pool usually made of vinyl, showing different markings. Wall Details are markings on the walls of a pool. All the markings are done according to Fédération Internationale de Natation (FINA) acceptable standards for competitions.

Dimensioned plan drawing of the various pool markings used as guides in a swimming lane
Pool Lane Floor & Wall Details
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Distance from Wall: 5’ | 1.5 m; or 6’5” | 2 m
End & Half Line Width: 3’ | 91 cm
Line Width: 12” | 30.5 cm
False Start Line Width: 1’8” | 50 cm

End Wall:
End Line Width: 1’8” | 50 cm
Touch Panel Width: 7’10” | 2.4 m
Touch Panel Height: 2’11” | 90 cm
Starting Block Height: 15.75” | 40 cm

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Pool Lane Details elevation (wall), plan (pool floor)

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Cornhole Distance - Kids
Comparison of two recommended cornhole distances for younger players—kids courts and junior courts

Kids-sized cornhole courts are modified playing areas meant to accompany the skills of younger players. The distance between cornhole boards is decreased by nearly half, shrinking from the regulation distance of 27' (8.23 m) to 15' (4.57 m). This shorter distance helps kids learn the basics of gameplay without the strength and accuracy needed to throw bags at the longer distances.

The distance between cornhole boards for young kids should be set at 15' (4.57 m), resulting in the central board holes being spaced at 21’ (6.4 m) apart. Like regulation cornhole courts, the pitching boxes remain sized at at 3’x4’ (91x122 cm) and are located on both sides of the 2’x4’ (61-122 cm) boards. The resulting entirety of a kids cornhole court is 23'x8' (7 x 2.44 m) with an overall area of 180 ft2 (16.7 m2).

Dimensioned drawings of cornhole distances for kids and younger players
Kids-sized cornhole courts are modified playing areas meant to accompany the skills of younger players. The distance between cornhole boards is decreased by nearly half, shrinking from the regulation distance of 27' (8.23 m) to 15' (4.57 m).

The distance between cornhole boards for young kids should be set at 15' (4.57 m), resulting in the central board holes being spaced at 21’ (6.4 m) apart. Like regulation cornhole courts, the pitching boxes remain sized at at 3’x4’ (91x122 cm) and are located on both sides of the 2’x4’ (61-122 cm) boards. The resulting entirety of a kids cornhole court is 23'x8' (7 x 2.44 m) with an overall area of 180 ft2 (16.7 m2).

Dimensioned drawings of cornhole distances for kids and younger players
Cornhole Distance - Kids
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8' | 2.44 m
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23' | 7 m
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180 ft2 | 16.7 m2

Distance (Edge of Board): 15’ | 4.57 m
Distance (Between Holes): 21’ | 6.4 m
Distance (Total): 23' | 7 m
Team Pitching Boxes: 3’x4’ | 91 x 122 cm
Boards | Platforms: 2’x4’ | 61-122 cm

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Cornhole Distance (Kids) side elevation, side (kids), plan

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Cornhole Distance - Regulation

Cornhole courts are most commonly placed on lawn surfaces with the two cornhole boards (platforms) placed 27’ (8.23 m) apart. Pitching boxes are located on both sides of the boards and designate the zones for players to throw from. At the front edge of the boards and pitching boxes is the foul line which players cannot pass when throwing their bean bags.

Regulation Cornhole distance between the two opposing boards is 27’ (8.23 m), resulting in the central board holes being spaced at 33’ (10.06 m) apart. Pitching boxes are sized at at 3’x4’ (91x122 cm) and are located on both sides of the 2’x4’ (61-122 cm) boards. The resulting entirety of the Regulation Cornhole court is 35'x8' (10.67 x 2.44 m) with an overall area of 280 ft2 (26 m2).

Pair of drawings with dimensions showing the regulation distances of Cornhole (Bags) with people playing
Cornhole courts are most commonly placed on lawn surfaces with the two cornhole boards (platforms) placed 27’ (8.23 m) apart. Pitching boxes are located on both sides of the boards and designate the zones for players to throw from. At the front edge of the boards and pitching boxes is the foul line.

Regulation Cornhole distance between the two opposing boards is 27’ (8.23 m), resulting in the central board holes being spaced at 33’ (10.06 m) apart. Pitching boxes are sized at at 3’x4’ (91x122 cm) and are located on both sides of the 2’x4’ (61-122 cm) boards. The resulting entirety of the Regulation Cornhole court is 35'x8' (10.67 x 2.44 m) with an overall area of 280 ft2 (26 m2).

Pair of drawings with dimensions showing the regulation distances of Cornhole (Bags) with people playing
Cornhole Distance - Regulation
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8' | 2.44 m
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35' | 10.67
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280 ft2 | 26 m2

Distance (Edge of Board): 27’ | 8.23 m
Distance (Between Holes): 33’ | 10.06 m
Distance (Total): 35’ | 10.67 m
Team Pitching Boxes: 3’x4’ | 91x122 cm
Boards | Platforms: 2’x4’ | 61-122 cm

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Cornhole Distance (Regulation) side elevation, side (people), plan

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Beer Pong Racks & Re-Racks
Diagram drawing of all the possible Beer Pong Racks and Reracks available from 10 cups down to 1 cup formations

Beer pong racks, and subsequent re-racks, refer to the organization and formation of the beer pong cups on the table. Starting out with cups organized in triangular racks of 6 or 10 cups on both sides of the beer pong table, players must drink and remove any cups that have been successfully made by the opposing team.

Depending on the rules established for the game, both teams are allowed one or two re-racks at the start of their turn. Re-racks are an opportunity to reorganize the remaining cups into a shape that is more desirable and/or an easier target for the team shooting. Re-rack rules in beer pong often vary, so it is always best to ask about the re-rack rules before starting a game.

Beer pong racks, and subsequent re-racks, refer to the organization and formation of the beer pong cups on the table. Starting out with cups in triangular racks of 6 or 10 cups on both sides of the table, players must drink and remove any cups that have been successfully made by the opposing team.

Beer Pong Racks & Re-Racks
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Typical Start: 10 or 6 cup
Re-Rack Rules: 1 or 2 Re-Racks per team at the start of the round

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Beer Pong Racks plan view (collection)

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