Huckeswagen The sport, coming from the USA, is also becoming increasingly popular in Germany. Anyone interested can train every Friday in the auditorium in Fürstenberg.
The round net sport, also known as spikeball, has been increasingly popular in Germany for several years now. And starting Friday, it should also be fitted to an ATV. The first training starts from 5 pm to 7 pm in the auditorium located in Fürstenberg; We welcome interested players.
The game, in which two teams of players compete against each other, originally comes from the USA. The rules of the game are simple and intuitive: “A rubber ball and a round trampoline are played,” reports ATV Sports Watcher Elizabeth Franken. Players stand around the trampoline and try to keep the ball in the air for a maximum of three touches and then throw it onto the springboard. Now it’s the other team’s turn and try the same thing. A point is scored when one of the teams fails to hit the trampoline or the ball hits the ground. There are no restrictions on the playing field.
“Spikeball is easy to understand, but it provides many opportunities for advanced players to discover new tactics and develop their own techniques,” says Elizabeth Franken. To date, sports have been especially popular among young people. However, there is hardly any display of this trendy sport, especially in small towns. Leagues or clubs that deal with spikeball are still rare. “However, we are excited about the game of speedball with the trampoline, and therefore we are particularly pleased to be able to offer the Spikeball kit in the ATV,” confirms Sports Monitor. Beginners and advanced riders from the age of 16 train every Friday at the ATV Hall.
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