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The Basketball Equipment section of the Official Basketball Rules specifies all basketball equipment required at a game. Reference to Level 1 indicates that the equipment is essential and imperative for this level and recommended for Level 2. Reference to Level 2 competitions indicates that the equipment is essential and imperative for this level.
Document. FIBA Approved Equipment Guide. Approval Programme Regulations. FIBA Accredited Test Institutes. Official Basketball Rules 2020 - Basketball Equipment - Valid as of 1st October 2020. Document. COVID-19 Basketball Risk Assessment Tool 2.0. FIBA Restart Guidelines for National Federations_EN.
Page 8 of 96 OFFICIAL BASKETBALL RULES 2020 June 2020. 2.4.3 Free-throw lines, restricted areas and free-throw rebound places The freethrow line shall be drawn parallel to each endline. It shall have its furthest - edge 5.80 m from the inner edge of the endline and shall be 3.60 m long.
In men's college basketball, this line moves in to 20 feet, 9 inches away all the way around. In women's college basketball and in high school basketball, this line is 19 feet, 9 inches away. And at all levels, the free-throw line is 15 feet away from the basket.
• Stay within the periphery of the basketball court. • You must dribble the ball with a single hand. Using both hands for dribbling is not allowed in basketball. • While dribbling, your hands must be on top of the basketball.
Protective Equipment. Padded shoulder, thigh or lower leg equipment is allowed to use as protective equipment. Compressive sleeves and stockings are allowed below knee if it's the same color as the player's uniform. Knee braces and mouth guards are also allowed. Eye glasses that don't pose risk to opposing players are allowed, such as plastic goggles.
Sports Standards and Recreation Standards. ASTM's sports and recreation standards are instrumental in the evaluation, testing, assembly, and use of the equipments, facilities, and protective gears utilized in sports and recreational activities.