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BASKETBALL

(National Collegiate A.A. Men's Rules) Playing court: Baskets: College: 94 feet long by 50 feet wide (ideal dimensions). High School: 84 feet long by 50 feet wide (ideal dimensions). Rings 18 inches in inside diameter, with white cord 12-mesh nets, 15 to 18 inches in length. Each ring is made of metal, is not more than 5/8 of an inch in diameter, and is bright orange in color. 10 feet (upper edge). Not less than 20 ounces nor more than 22. Not greater than 30 inches and not less than 29 1/2. 15 feet from the face of the backboard, 2 inches wide. 19 feet, 9 inches from the center of the basket. In the National Basketball Association, the distance is 22 feet.

Height of basket: Weight of ball: Circumference of ball: Free-throw line: Three-point field goal line:

BOWLING
Lane dimensions: Overall length 62 feet 10 3/16 inches, measuring from foul line to pit (not including tail plank), with 1/2 inch tolerance permitted. Foul line to center of No. 1 pinspot 60 feet, with 1/2 inches with a tolerance of 1/2 inch permitted. Approach, not less than 15 feet. Gutters, 9 5/16 inches wide with plus 3/16 inch or minus 5/16 inch tolerances permitted. Circumference, not more than 27.002 inches. Weight, 16 pounds maximum.

Ball:

BOXING
Ring: Professional matches take place in an area not less than 18 nor more than 24 feet square including apron. It is enclosed by four covered ropes, each not less than one inch in diameter. The floor has a 2-inch padding of Ensolite (or equivalent) underneath ring cover that extends at least 6 inches beyond the roped area in the case of elevated rings. For USA Boxing or Olympic-style boxing, not less than 16 nor more than 20 feet square within the ropes. The floor must extend beyond the ring ropes not less than 2 feet. The ring posts shall be connected to the four ring ropes with the extension not shorter than 18 inches and must be properly padded. In professional fights, not less than 8-ounce gloves generally are used. USA Boxing, 10 ounces for boxers 106 pounds through 156 pounds; 12-ounce for boxers 165 pounds through 201+ pounds; for international competition, 8 ounces for lighter classes, 10 ounces for heavier divisions.

Gloves:

Headguards: Mandatory in Olympic-style boxing.

TENNIS
Size of court: Height of net: 120 feet long by 60 feet wide, with rectangle marked off at 78 feet long by 27 feet wide (singles) and 78 feet long by 36 feet wide (doubles). 3 feet in center, gradually rising to reach 3-foot 6-inch posts at a point 3 feet outside each side of court.

Ball: Service line:

Shall be more than 2 1/2 inches and less than 2 5/8 inches in diameter and weigh more than 2 ounces and less than 2 1/6 ounces. 21 feet from net.

Table tennis

Diagram of a table tennis table showing the unofficial dimensions

The table is 2.74 m (9 ft) long, 1.52 m (5 ft) wide, and 76 cm (30 inch) high with a Masonite (a type of [15] hardboard) or similarly manufactured timber, layered with a smooth, low-friction coating. The table or playing surface is divided into two halves by a 15.25 cm (6 inch) high net. An ITTF approved table surface must be in a green or blue color. Concrete tables with a steel net are sometimes available in [16] public parks.

BILLIARDS
The playing area of a tournament snooker table, as standardized by the World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association (WPBSA or World Snooker) and the amateur International Billiards and [8] Snooker Federation (IBSF) which uses WPBSA rules, measures 11 feet 8 inches by 5 ft 10 in [9] (356.9 cm by 177.8 cm) with a tolerance of 0.5 in (13 mm), though commonly referred to as 12 ft by 6 ft. Smaller tables, approximately 10 ft by 5 ft down to half size, are also sometimes used in pubs, homes and smaller snooker halls. The height from the floor to the top of the cushion is [9] between 2 ft 9.5 in and 2 ft 10.5 in (85.1 cm and 87.6 cm).

Tables for Pool or Pocket Billiards


Amongst the various cue sports out there, highly fascinating games like nine ball, eight ball and straight pool are played on this specific type of billiard table. In terms of dimensions, this specific type of table is very much different from the tables used for other enjoyable cue sports like snooker and carom billiards. This particular type of table is subdivided further into three different types, namely 7foot tables, 8-foot tables as well as 9-foot tables. In terms of surface, the length of a 7-foot table is measured at 76 inches long, while the width is set at 38 inches. For the 8-foot table, the length is set at 92 inches while the width is officially 46 inches. The 9-foot table is also different, with official length set at 100 inches, while the width is 50 inches. In tournament play, the World Pool-Billiard Association only recognizes the 8-foot and 9-foot versions.

Tables for Snooker


The snooker table is without a doubt one of the highly popular types of table in cue sports. In terms of width, it measures 1,778 millimeters or 5 feet and 10 inches. The length is another thing, which is usually set at 3,569 millimeters or 8.5 inches. A smaller variant of this table type is also available, wherein the width is 5 feet and 10.5 inches while the length is 9 feet and 5 inches. From the floor, the top cushion has a height of somewhere between 2 feet and 9.5 inches and 2 feet and 10.5 inches.

Tables for Carom Billiards


The absence of pockets is one of the major differences of this specific type of table from that of pool and snooker. Straight rail, three-cushion billiards as well as cushion caroms are just few of the many games played here. In terms of length, the measurement is set at 9.32 inches. On the other hand, the width is set at 4.66 feet. The height of the table from the ground up to the playing surface usually varies, but is basically set somewhere around 29.53 inches to 31.5 inches.