also Version 2 der Obstruction Regel scheint vorerst Mal zu bleiben. Zeit darüber zu sprechen, ob wir die Regel in Wien einführen wollen.
http://www.nahardcourt.com/playtesting- ... struction/§8.7.1 – An obstruction penalty will be assessed when a player utilizes a ‘screen’ to actively impede the movement of an opposing player who is not in possession of the ball in a manner deemed by the referee to be prolonged or dangerous.
§22.214.171.124 – ‘Screening’ will be defined as blocking an opponent to gain access to the ball, blocking them from challenging the player in possession of the ball, or preventing them from free and open movement to gain a position on the court. This includes, but is not limited to, the following types of movement:
Significant change in direction or speed of the players bike.
Acceleration/deceleration of the players bike.
Changing directions while moving forward, or moving backwards.
Lifting and turning of the players front or back wheel.
Lateral movement by leaning or hopping.
§8.7.2 – If a ‘screen’ is set that is stationary or momentary and in such a way that legal bodily contact as described in §10 is possible, an obstruction penalty will not be assessed.