New College Rules For 2019-20

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    What are the new basket rules? Can you summarize the basket rule changes? Thanks
     
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    3. At basketball, volleyball, and other indoor games, the following skills are prohibited for all timeouts (regardless of matting) and for pre-game, half-time, or post-game performances without matting.
    a. Basket tosses, elevator/sponge tosses and other similar multi-based tosses.
    b. Partner stunts in which the base uses only one arm to support the top person. Exception: Cupies/awesomes are allowed with an additional spotter.
    c. Flips into or from partner stunts.
    d. Inversions. Exception: High school level inversions are allowed. (For college, braced flips can be braced by single based skills with a spotter.)
    e. Twisting dismounts greater than 1 ¼ rotation. Twisting dismounts up to 1 ¼ rotation on the court require an additional spotter. f. Two and one-half person high pyramids.
    g. Airborne twisting tumbling skills (Arabians, full twisting layouts, etc. Cartwheels, roundoffs and aerial cartwheels are allowed.)
    4. At basketball, volleyball, and other indoor games during pre-game, half-time, or post-game performances where sufficient matting is used, there are no additional restrictions to the standard rules. (Sufficient matting varies by skill. In general, there should be at least two to three feet of clearance between non-tumbling skills and the edge of the mat.)
     
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