The position of two boats when one overtaking is within two overall lengths of the other boat
A temporary condition in which more than one employee in a pay status is placed in the same position, resulting in the position being filled by more than 1.0 FTE.
When a defender runs forward on the left or right side to become part of the attack.
the attacking play of a defender or midfielder going down the touchline past his or her own winger.
Method to penetrate the defense in which a player without the ball runs from behind into a position ahead of the player with the ball. (Often used as a way to move midfielders and back players into attacking positions.)
A simple combination play where a 2nd attacker runs behind then in advance of the 1st attacker to receive a pass.
A run made by a player without the ball from a position behind a teammate who has possession to an area ahead of that teammate. The run is made to an area which, hopefully, has been vacated by the opposition, who has reacted toward the ball carrier.
when there are more players attacking than there are defending.
Movement of players, normally a full back, past other teammates to receive a pass and take up an attacking position.
when a winger moves away from the sideline towards the center of the field to create space for a teammate to advance the ball undefended along the side of the field.
A winger moving away from the sideline towards the centre of the field to create space for a teammate to carry the ball undeterred along that side of the field.
refers to the positions of the players in the rotation prior to the contact of the ball when serving.
A method in which a supporting teammate runs from behind to position ahead of the player with the ball. Tactic often used to move defenders and midfielders into attacking positions.
A tactic where a player moves past a teammate who has the ball down the sideline in order to put himself in a better position to receive a pass.
A tactic used by the attacking team. One player will run past the ball carrier in order to put himself in a better position to receive the ball.