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FIBA Signals - Officiating Bernard Vassallo (Adapted from the FIBA Rules) Page 6 . FIBA Signals - Officiating . As from Octobr 1st 2018 . Author: bvassallo Created Date:
Lift the extended arm, the palm of hte hand facing upward. Raise eight fingers, spread open. Raise both arms vertically, palms forward. Make a circular motion with the forefinger. Point the arm and fingers toward the floor. Raise the forearms vertically, hands open, palms toward the body. Slowly lift the forearm, palm of the hand facing upward.
Place the palm of one hand over the fingers of the other, held vertically (forming a T) and then indicate the requesting team F F FS Legend: FS Part of Referee(s) who must show the signal according to their regular responsibilities Referee(s) who show the signal in special situations FS OFFICIAL VOLLEYBALL RULES 2015-2016 69 1 BALL “IN”
Strike wrist Clenched fist strike open palm Strike the palm towards the other forearm Swing elbow backwards. HIT TO THE HEAD FOUL BY TEAM IN CONTROL OF THE BALL. Imitate the contact to the head Point clenched fist towards basket of offending team. FOUL ON THE ACT OF SHOOTING FOUL NOT ON THE ACT OF SHOOTING.
Lift the extended arm, the palm of the hand facing upwards DELAY IN SERVICE Relevant Rule: 12.4.4 Raise eight fingers, spread open FS F F OFFICIAL VOLLEYBALL RULES 2015-2016 71 VOLLEYBALL OFFICIAL HAND SIGNALS REFEREES’ OFFICIAL HAND SIGNALS LINE JUDGES’ OFFICIAL FLAG SIGNALS OFFICIAL VOLLEYBALL RULES 2017-2020 (approved by the 35 FIVB Congress 2016)
This signal is used to indicate the end of the game. The end of the game is indicated by the 1st referee taking both arms and crossing them across the chest to form an X shape with the arms. 25. Change of Court Sides In volleyball after each set the teams must switch sides.
A.3 It is important that the table officials are familiar with these signals. Game clock signals STOP THE CLOCK . STOP THE CLOCK FOR FOUL . START THE CLOCK . 2. Open palm One clenched fist Chop with hand Scoring . 1 POINT 2 POINTS 3 POINTS 1 finger, 'flag' from wrist . 2 fingers, 'flag' from wrist . 3 fingers extended One arm: Attempt
The hand signal for the 4-1-5 is easy to learn and understand. In serve receive, before the server serves the setter holds up four fingers to the left side hitter, then one forefinger to her middle hitter then all five fingers they'll hold up to her right side hitter to call the play.
This signal is for when the ball isn't released from the hand at the moment of service contact or if the server doesn't execute the service properly. The motion starts at the thigh and there is less bend at the elbow. Extend the arm with the palm up. Start at the thigh and end at the waist.