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Rules to play Beach Volleyball

11. Captain
The captain is the one player who represents their team in dealings with the officials.Both players have the rights of the captain.
12. Equipment
A players clothing must be presentable and appropriate for the competition. Players on the same team are permitted to wear clothing of different colors and designs. Players may wear hats, visors or sunglasses at their own risk. Players may play barefoot, in socks or in booties.
13. Players
All participants must know the Official USA Volleyball Outdoor Rules and abide by them. Participants must behave respectfully and courteously in the spirit of fair play towards the refereeing corps, teammates, opponents and spectators. They must refrain from actions aimed at delaying the game or taking unfair advantage. Participants must accept referees decisions with sportsmanlike conduct. In case of doubt, clarification may be requested. A captain may protest the referees interpretation of a rule, but not the referees judgement.
14. Coin toss
Before the warm up in the first game and before each deciding game, the first referee conducts a coin toss in the presence of the team captains. The winner of the coin toss chooses either: to select to serve or receive service of the first ball or the side of the court on which to start the game. The loser takes the remaining alternative and, for the second game in a 2 out of 3 match, gets to select from the above choices.
15. Positions
PLAYERS POSITIONS AT THE TIME OF SERVICE (2,3,4) Players may be anywhere within their court. (6) Same overlap rules as indoor play. See complete rules for specifics.
16. States of play
BALL IN PLAY

The ball is in play from the service contact until the ball is out of play. BALL OUT OF PLAY

The ball is out of play from the moment the ball lands or a fault is committed. The rally ends when a referee halts play or the ball is out of play. BALL IN (OR IN BOUNDS)

A ball is in when its first contact with the ground is on the playing court or a boundary line. BALL OUT (OR OUT OF BOUNDS)

The ball is out when: Its first contact with the ground is completely outside the playing court, and it does not cause boundary lines to move; It completely crosses the net outside the posts or under the net after the attacking teams third contact; or It touches an object out of play.

17. Playing faults
Any playing action contrary to the rules is a fault. If two or more faults are committed successively, only the first one is counted, except when the first fault is the ball contacting the ground and the second fault occurs during the continuation of the play. If two or more faults are committed by two opponents simultaneously, the rally is replayed.
18. Ball at the net
BALL CROSSING THE NET

A ball directed to the opponent

19. Reaching beyond the net
While blocking, a player may touch the ball beyond the net, provided they do not interfere with the opponent
20. Penetration into opponents playing area
Players may partially or completely cross the center line below the net or outside the poles, either before, during or after a legal play of the ball, provided that this does not interfere with the opponents play. Incidental contact with an opponent is ignored, unless such contact interferes with the opponents opportunity to play the ball. While opposing players are not required to avoid the ball or the player, they cannot intentionally interfere with any legal attempt to play the ball on their court.If a player crosses the center line and interferes with an opponent during the continuation of a play, it is a fault.


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