American football is one of the most popular sports in the US. Although the game is played worldwide, North American leagues, such as the NFL, are the most competitive and attract the best professional players. In this post, we will cover everything you need to know about the basic rules of American football. The Objective of…
Otherwise known as bully. This is the only other score a player can finish on apart from a double. It scores 50 points and is the red circle directly in the center of the dartboard.
Little effort is needed on a fast green, as the surface provides little resistance to the bowl.
Allowed only in track events. Each competitor is permitted to have one pacer. They must wear normal racing dress and crash helmets. Men are allowed to pace women.
A jack that is delivered within 2yd of the ditch and then centered on the 2yd mark.
Used during a race to inform a driver of his position in the race and how many laps he has to go.
To stay in the bunch so that you do not have to set the pace of the race.
The slang name given to the area outside the three-point arc. Placed 8yd from the basket, shots from this area are worth three points.
Used to get the driver or drivers away from the scene of an accident or to move any cars that have stopped on the track.
A post marking each corner of the pitch not less than 5ft high and topped with a colored flag. The purpose of a corner flag is to help the match referee and assistant referee separate the by-line from the touch-lines, awarding a goal kick, corner, or throw-in. A corner must be taken on or within…