Equipment This court and equipment are required for playing racquetball: * A Racquetball court; fully enclosed indoor or outdoor with forward wall * A racquetball; a dynamic (bouncy) rubber ball of 2.25 in. (57 mm) diameter * Two racquetball racquets; no longer than 22 inches * Racquetball goggles (Optional - Some clubs mandate goggles, while others do not.)
What you need for racquetball is Goggles (to protect eye vision) A specialized Racquetball Racquet Racquetball Gloves A couple of Racquetball Balls And A partner A place to play
== == From the USRA Rulebook: "The standard racquetball shall be 2 1/4 inches in diameter; weigh approximately 1.4 ounces; have a hardness of 55-60 inches durometer; and bounce 68-72 inches from a 100-inch drop at a temperature of 70-74 degrees Fahrenheit." In comparison with a tennis ball, a racquetball ball is approximately 1/4 inch smaller in diameter and approximately 0.6 ounces lighter.
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Check out the offical rules @ USA Racquetball
Yes, racquetball is one word.
Racquetball originated from the sports squash, paddleball, and handball.
The mass of a racquetball is 0.0427 kg, and is about 1.5 ounces.
Racquetball originated from the sports squash, handball, and paddleball.
Racquetball is not the national sport of Russia.
Racquetball was invented by combining some of the rules from handball, racquetball, and paddleball. It was invented by Joe Sobek. Racquetball was made an official sport in 1952 under the name of "paddle rackets".
There are many different facts about racquetball. Some include: -Racquetball was invented by a man name Joe Sobek. -Racquetball was made an official sport in 1952 under the name "paddle racquets." -Racquetball is based on the rules of squash, handball, and paddleball.
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