using touches with your feet to control the ball.
Running while keeping the control of the ball with the feet.
When a player runs with the ball at his or her feet, directing the ball with small, quick touches.
the propulsion of a ball by repeated taps or kicks
Moving the ball with the feet, using small, short kicks.
Moving the ball down the field with your feet by using a series of short kicks from one foot to the other
Pushing the ball on the run with your feet.
when the ball is kicked along the ground in a controlled manner.
The technique of moving and controlling the ball while swimming.
swimming with the ball.
the basic skill of advancing the ball with the feet while controlling it.
The act of bouncing the ball.
Close, skillful handling of the ball with the feet especially when seeking to beat a defender.
when a player repeatedly pushes, pats, taps or bats the ball toward the floor with one hand to cause the ball to bounce back up to either of his hands; used to advance the ball or keep control of it.
Basic skill of advancing and controlling the ball while running. Rapid dribbling is known as speed dribbling.
In sports such as football (soccer), basketball and water polo, dribbling refers to the maneuvering of a ball around a defender through short skillful taps or kicks with either the legs (football/soccer), hands (basketball) or swimming strokes (water polo). The purpose of such an action is to bring the ball past a defender legally and to create opportunities to score.