Dribbling (to dribble engl. " Drip ", " drip " ) referred to in various ball sports locomotion with the ball Depending on the sport are special rules to be observed. When handball and basketball, this means bouncing.
- Handball: The ball is repeatedly cheated with one hand to the ground. The dribbelnde hand may be changed. Only three steps without bouncing be gone. The process is terminated as soon as an attempt is made to catch the ball again. To roll a ball lying on the ground is also acceptable.
- Large field handball: The ball is repeatedly cheated with one hand to the ground, while the hand may be changed. Only three steps without bouncing be gone. In contrast to handball the ball between the bouncing may be caught and subsequently cheated again.
- Football: The player runs while leading the ball as close to the foot, so run past by doing applied body bluff at the opponent.
- Basketball: ball control as in handball, but only two steps after receiving the ball are allowed.
- Water ball: The ball is out with forehead or nose, while the player performs freestyle movements.
- Hockey: The ball is played repeatedly between pre-and backhand of the hockey stick back and forth ( colloquially gaming, fumbling ).
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