Whether it's on the sand, in a gym or on your lawn, nothing beats a rousing game of volleyball. Learn about the game's history, the skills you need to play, what the rules are, and what equipment you need here. You can find a list of Frequently Asked Questions and a glossary, pictures and clip art, and scour the site for volleyball news and listings of tournaments.
Considering the cold winter and damp spring we experienced here in the
Northeast, you'd think we'd want to spend as much time as possible in the warm
sunlight, enjoying the fresh, sweet air of summer. So put away the Nintendos, the PlayStations and the Gameboys, and get into the spirit of the season by following the tips here to play some good, old-fashioned Playground Games. This site gathers games from around the world, including traditional favorites like Red Light, Green Light, One, Two, Three, Simon Says and Mother May I.
The site, from Major League Baseball, sports all sorts of fun features as it explains the ins and outs of the national pastime. Check out the interactive features On The Field, as you learn who all the players are at each base, on the pitcher's mound and even points out the dugout. Get tips on how to keep score, inning by inning, on an official scorecard; find out how to speak like a pro in the Baseball Lingo area; and learn all you need to know about the game's statistics.
Everything you wanted to know about the sport of diving is hosted on this
site, the official Web site of U.S. Diving. Check out the calendar of events, find
diving meets or clubs (they're listed state by state), learn more about national diving teams, and the rules of diving. You can even track which diving meets that are televised. Check out the history of diving, along with the sport's connection to the Olympics, and browse related links to clubs, organizations, and other relevant sites.