A volleyball is a piece of volleyball equipment together with shoes, volleyball knee pads etc. ...
A volleyball is a ball used to play indoor volleyball, beach volleyball, or other less common variations of the sport. Volleyballs are round and traditionally consist of eighteen nearly rectangular panels of synthetic or genuine leather, arranged in six identical sections of three panels each, wrapped around a bladder. A valve permits the internal air pressure to be adjusted. In a break from the traditional construction, in 2008, the FIVB adopted as its official indoor ball a new Mikasa with dim
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Volleyballs are available in various colors, however for international tournaments, FIVB approved balls should only be used. Other Equipment Players of a team are uniformly dressed in jerseys, shorts, socks and sport shoes.
The "down ball" and the "wipe" are two volleyball terms for attacking the ball used on the court in offense that hitters use to score points off the net and on. The "wipe" and "down ball" are two volleyball terms for attacking that describe how a player can attack a ball over the net with and without jumping. (Mark Shaiken photo)
Volleyball carts help to organize spare balls and keep them in one place, while protective gear (i.e., elbow and knees) helps to combat injuries when players make diving attempts to save the ball from hitting the floor. On surfaces where no existing boundary lines exist, line painting devices can be used to make players aware of which territory is considered in-bounds.
A ball landing inside or touching the line of the court. A ball passing over the net inside of the antennae. Inside the Block: An attack play resulting in the ball traveling between the block and net. A cross-court shot evading the block.