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Chest Circumference

Keeping the tape level, measure all the way around the fullest part of the chest approximately 2.5cm below the armpit.

Waist Circumference

Keeping the tape level, measure all the way around the narrowest part of your waist.

Low Hip Circumference

Keeping the tape level, measure all the way around the fullest part of the bottom.

Inside Leg Measurement

Measure from the top of the inside leg to bottom of the heel.

 

MEN’S CLOTHING SIZING

 

XS

S

M

L

XL

Chest Circumference (cm)

89-93

93-97

97-101

101-106

106-111

Waist Circumference (cm)

76-80

80-84

84-88

88-93

93-98

Low Hip Circumference (cm)

88-92

92-96

96-100

100-105

105-110

Inside Leg Seam (cm) 

78

80

82

83

96



CHILDREN’S CLOTHING SIZING

 

5 – 6 years

7 – 8 years

9 – 10 years

11 – 12 years

Chest Circumference (cm)

58-62

62-66

66-70

70-74

Waist Circumference (cm)

51.5-55.5

55.5-59.6

59.5-63.5

63.5-67.5

Low Hip Circumference (cm)

62-66

66-70

70-74

74-78

Inside Leg Seam (cm) 

55

60

65

70



JUNIOR BAT SIZE 

 

SIZE 3

SIZE 4

SIZE 5

SIZE 6

HARROW

Inches

28 ¼ inches

30 inches

31 ¼ inches

31 ¾ inches

32 ¼ inches

Centimetre

73 cm

76.5 cm

80 cm

80.5 cm

82 cm

Height (cm)

137 – 144 cm

144 – 150 cm

150 – 157 cm

157 – 163 cm

163 – 170 cm



BAT WEIGHT RANGES

WEIGHT

LIGHT

MEDIUM

HEAVY

EXTREME

Junior

2lb 2oz – 2lb 4oz

2lb 4oz – 2lb 6oz

N/A

N/A

Senior

2lb 6oz – 2lb 7oz

2lb 8oz – 2lb 10oz

2lb 10oz – 2lb 12oz

3lb +



LEGGUARD SIZES

JUNIOR

YOUTH

SMALL

MEDIUM

LARGE

14 inches

15 inches

16 inches

17 inches

18 inches

35.5 cm

38 cm

40.5 cm

43.5 cm

46 cm

 

 

HELMET SIZING

 

XS

S

M

L

Test Opener

53 – 54 cm

55 – 56 cm

57 – 58 cm

58 – 60 cm

Atomic

51 – 54 cm

55 – 58 cm

59 – 62 cm



BATTING / WICKET GLOVE SIZE 

SMALL BOYS

BOYS

YOUTH

MENS

LARGE MENS

16.5 cm

17.5 cm

19 cm

21 cm

22.5 cm



CRICKET FOOTWEAR SIZE

UK

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

US

3

3.5

4.5

5.5

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

EU

34

36

37

38

39

41

42

43

44

45

46

47

(cm)

21.6

22.2

23.2

24.1

24.5

25.5

27.5

27.5

28.5

29.5

31

31.5

 

Chest Circumference

Measure all the way around – taking the tape approximately 2.5 cm from pit of arm, around the fullest part of the chest. Try to keep the tape level.


Waist Circumference

Measure all the way around – taking the tape around the natural waist.


MEN’S SIZING

XS

S

M

L

XL

2XL

CHEST (cm)

91

97

102

107

112

117

inches

36

38

40

42

44

46

WAIST (cm)

81

84

86

91

97

102

inches

32

33

34

36

38

40


CHILDREN’S SIZING

AGE 5 – 6

AGE 7 – 8

AGE 9 – 10

AGE 11 – 12

AGE 13

CHEST (cm)

61

66

71

76

81

inches

24

26

28

30

32

WAIST (cm)

56

58

61

66

71

inches

22

23

24

26

28


BODY ARMOUR SIZES

SB

MB

LB

S

M

L

XL

Approximate chest size (cm)

70 – 76

73 – 79

79 – 84

91 – 97

101 – 107

111 – 117

121 – 127

Approximate chest size (inches)

28 – 30

29 – 31

31 – 33

36 – 38

40 – 42

44 – 46

48 – 50

Head (cm)

51

52.5

54

55

57

58.5

60


FOOTWEAR SIZE CONVERSIONS

UK

2

2.5

3

3.5

4

4.5

5

5.5

6

6.5

7

USA

2.5

3

3.5

4

4.5

5

5.5

6

6.5

7

7.5

EUR

34

35

35.5

36

37

37.5

38

38.5

39

39.5

40.5


UK

7.5

8

8.5

9

9.5

10

10.5

11

11.5

12

13

USA

8

8.5

9

9.5

10

10.5

11

11.5

12

13

13.5

EUR

41

42

42.5

43

44

44.5

45

45.5

46

47

48



RUGBY BALL SIZE GUIDE


Ball Size

1

2

3

4

5

10

Age

Souvenir

Souvenir

6 – 9 Years

10 – 14 Years

15 Years Above & Seniors

Giants

(Just Joking) 

This guide is just an indication of the relevant ball size for each age group


Chest Circumference

Measure all the way around – taking the tape approximately 2.5 cm from pit of arm, around the fullest part of the chest. Try to keep the tape level.

 

Waist Circumference

Measure all the way around – taking the tape around the natural waist.

 

Low Hip Circumference

Measure all the way around taking the tape around the fullest part of the bottom. Try to keep the tape level.

 

Inside leg

Measure from the top of the inside leg to bottom of the heel. 



Ladies Size (cm)

6

8

10

12

14

16

18

CHEST (cm)

74 – 78

78 – 82

82 – 86

86 – 90

90 – 94

94 – 98

98 – 102

WAIST (cm)

55 – 60

60 – 64

64 – 68

68 – 72

72 – 76

76 – 80

80 – 84

LOW HIP (cm)

82 – 86

86 – 90

90 – 94

94 – 98

98 – 102

102 – 106

106 – 110

INSIDE LEG (cm)

75

76

77

78

79

80

81

 

Junior Sizes (cm)

AGE 5 -6

AGE 7 – 8

AGE 9 – 10

AGE 11 – 12

CHEST (cm)

58 – 62

62 – 66

66 – 70

70 – 74

WAIST (cm)

51.5 – 55.5

55.5 – 59.5

59.5 – 63.5

63.5 – 67.5

LOW HIP (cm)

62 – 66

66 – 70 

70 – 74

74 – 78

INSIDE LEG (cm)

55

60

65

70

 

SHOE SIZE CHART

UK

2

2.5

3

3.5

4

4.5

5

5.5

6

USA

4.5

5

5.5

6

6.5

7

7.5

8

8.5

EUR

35

35

36

37

38

38

39

39

40

 

UK

6.5

7

7.5

8

8.5

9

9.5

10

10.5

11

USA

9

9.5

10

10.5

11

11.5

12

12.5

13

13.5

EUR

40

41

42

42

43

43

44

45

45.5

46

 

BALL SIZE GUIDE

Size

Size 4

Size 5

Age

Age 8 – 10 years old

Age 10 years & Above



NETBALL POST

 

Post Height

  • Age 7 – 9 years : 240 cm

  • Age 9 years and Above : 305 cm

 

Goal Ring 

 

  • Ring (internal diameter) 380 mm.

  • Attachment connecting ring to post 150 mm. 

  • Ring thickness 15 mm.

  • Fitted with a net open at both ends.

Chest Circumference

Measure all the way around – taking the tape approximately 2.5 cm from pit of arm, around the fullest part of the chest. Try to keep the tape level.

 

Waist Circumference 

Measure all the way around – taking the tape around the natural waist.

 

MEN’S SIZING

XS

S

M

L

XL

CHEST (cm)

91

97

102

107

112

inches

36

38

40

42

44

WAIST (cm)

81

84

86

91

97

inches

32

33

34

36

38

 

CHILDREN’S SIZING

AGE 5 – 6

AGE 7 – 8

AGE 9 – 10

AGE 11 – 12

AGE 13

CHEST (cm)

61

66

71

76

81

inches

24

26

28

30

32

WAIST (cm)

56

58

61

66

71

inches

22

23

24

26

28

 

SHINGUARD SIZE

Body Height

XS

121 – 140 cm

S

141 – 160 cm

M

161 – 180 cm

L

181 – 200 cm

 

GLOVE SIZE

Hand Width (excluding thumb)

XS

80 mm

S

85 mm

M

90 mm

L

95 mm

XL

100 mm

 

FOOTWEAR SIZE CONVERSIONS

UK

2

2.5

3

3.5

4

4.5

5

5.5

6

6.5

7

USA

3

3.5

4

4.5

5

5.5

6

6.5

7

7.5

8

EUR

35

35.5

36

36.5

37

37.5

38

39

39.5

40

41

 

UK

7.5

8

8.5

9

9.5

10

10.5

11

11.5

12

13

USA

8.5

9

9.5

10

10.5

11

11.5

12

12.5

13

14

EUR

41.5

42

42.5

43

44

45

45.5

46

46.5

47

48

 

HOCKEY STICK WEIGHT

Indoor (I)

480 – 510 gram

Superlite (SL)

510 – 530 gram

Light (L)

530 – 560 gram

Medium (M)

560 – 590 gram

 

HOCKEY STICK LENGTH

HEIGHT

STICK LENGTH

107 – 117 cm

28”

117 – 122 cm

30”

127 – 132 cm

32”

140 – 152 cm

34”

152 – 162 cm

35”

162 – 184 cm

36.5”

184 – 193 cm

37.5”

 

In general, height determines your Grays hockey stick length. Selecting a stick that’s too big or small for your height can put you off balance, and negatively affect your performance. 

 

We recommend using this sizing guide to choose a stick that compliments your height and will help you perform  your best. 

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HOCKEY GOAL POST

 

  • Made from Steel.

  • Size : 3.66 x 2.14m

  • Backboard can be manufactured from Plywood, Metal Sheet or Rubberised Metal Sheet

BALL SIZE GUIDE

Size

3

5

6

7

Age

Souvenir

Girls 9 Years and below


Boys 9 Years and below

Females 12 years and above


Boys 9 – 12 Years

Males 12 Years and above

Circumference

57 cm

68.3 cm

72 cm

74.5 cm

 

BASKETBALL POST

 

  • Distance from the ground to the top of the rim is 305 cm for all levels of play.

  • Backboards are 183 cm wide by 107 cm tall.

  • All basketball rims (hoops) are 46 cm in diameter. 

  • The inner square on the backboard is 61 cm wide by 46 cm tall.

 

SIZE

CIRCUMFERENCE (cm)

DIAMETER (cm)

WEIGHT (gram)

AGE 

1 (I)

50 – 52

15.9 – 16.6

290 – 330

Females aged 8 – 14 years 

Males aged 8 – 12 years

2 (II)

54 – 56

17.2 – 17.8

325 – 375

Females aged 14 and Above

Males aged 12 – 16 years

3 (III)

58 – 60

18.5 – 19.1

425 – 475

Males aged 16 years and Above

 

TYPE

CIRCUMFERENCE (cm)

MASS

(grams)

INTERNAL PRESSURE (psi)

Standard Indoor

65 – 67

260 – 280

4.3 – 4.6 

Youth Indoor

63 – 65

260 – 280

4.3

Beach

66 – 68

260 – 280

2.5 – 3.2

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About Boule Hardness:

  1. The softer the petanque boule is, the less it bounces on hard ground. It will also recoil less when performing a high lob 

  2. The Hardness + boule is best for an attacking player

  3. Good players and good shooters prefer softer boules

  4. Amateur players like a half-soft boule (known as the general purpose boule) 

 

Steel Quality

There are two different qualities of boule steel 

  1. Solid Stainless Steel is the top of the range, allows longer life and provides the “soft feel” of stainless steel.

  2. Coated Carbon Steel provides a rougher feel, and the chrome/black coating gradually wears off with use from friction.

 

Weight

  • for men : 700 – 730 gram

  • for women : 680 – 710 gram 

 

Pointers prefer a weight between 710-730 because a heavy boule stops faster.

Shooters prefer a weight between 680-700 because with a lighter boule, less effort is required and the shots are more precise.

 

Striations / Stripes / Lines

 

  • Pointers prefer a boule with striations / lines because it provides better grip.

  • Shooters prefer a smooth boule because it does not “catch” the hand.

 

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AGE

Using your age as a guide, the chart below is to determine the bat length that fits your body.



BAT LENGTH BY AGE

AGE (years)

BAT LENGTH (cm)

5 – 7

61 – 66

8 – 9

66 – 71

10

71 – 74

11 – 12

76 – 79

13 – 14

79 – 81

15 – 16

81 – 84

17 +

86



HEIGHT AND WEIGHT

Height and Weight measurements are a more precise way to determine your optimal bat length. Use the height and weight chart to give you a general idea of the length of bat that fits your body. .     Measure from the center of your chest to the tips of your index finger, making sure to have your arm straight out to your side:

 

 

1. After you’ve selected the proper bat size to use by calculating all the numbers and referring to the bat length chart, there are some additional ways to determine whether or not it is the right size:baseball-bat-arm-measurement.png

 

After you’ve selected the proper bat size to use by calculating all the numbers and referring to the bat length chart, there are some additional ways to determine whether or not it is the right size:

 

 

2.Put the bat to your side and as long as your palm reaches the handle, you have the right sized bat. 

3.Put the knob of the bat at the center of your chest with the bat facing outward – if you can reach your arm out and grab the barrel of the bat, it’s the right size.

 

BAT LENGTH BY WEIGHT AND HEIGHT

 

HEIGHT (cm)

WEIGHT (kg)

91 – 102

104 – 112

114 – 112

124 – 132

135 – 142

145 – 152 

155 – 163

165 – 173

175 – 183

185 +

BAT LENGTH

Less than 27

66

69

71

74

74

     

28 – 32

69

69

71

74

76

76

    

32 – 36

 

71

71

74

76

76

79

   

37 – 41

 

71

74

74

76

76

79

81

  

41 – 45

 

71

74

76

76

79

79

81

  

46 – 50

 

74

74

76

76

79

79

81

  

50 – 54

 

74

74

76

76

79

79

81

  

55 – 59

 

74

74

76

76

79

81

84

84

 

59 – 64

 

74

76

76

79

79

81

84

84

 

64 – 68

  

76

76

79

79

81

84

84

 

68 – 73

  

76

79

79

81

81

84

84

84

73 – 77

   

79

79

81

81

84

84

86

78 – 82

     

81

84

84

86

86

82 +

      

84

84

86

86




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When buying a glove, there are a few basic terms that have to be defined first:

 

  • Type of throw – Refers to which hand a player uses to throw the ball (not which hand the glove is on), depending on if the player is a righty or a lefty.

  • RH – Right hand thrower. Means the player throws with his or her right hand and wears the glove on the left.

  • LH – Left hand thrower. Means the player throws with his or her left hand and wears the glove on the right.



GUIDELINE FOR SELECTING A GLOVE

  • Pocket size – The pocket size of an outfielder’s glove is bigger than that of a middle infielder, allowing outfielders to catch fly balls with more ease. Shortstops and second baseman usually have a shallower pocket, which allows them to get the ball out of the glove quicker, especially on double plays



  • Webbing – There are different types of webbings found in gloves for baseball and softball players including, but not limited to: I-web, Basket web, Closed web, Single Post web, Dual Post web, Modified Trapeze web, and Trapeze web. The type of webbing most common for infielders contains a looser stitch which gives more control in hopes of getting the ball out quicker – it also doesn’t pick up large clumps of dirt with it. Traditionally, there are eight different kinds of webbings to choose from :

 

 

  • Padding – Padding preference is another thing to consider. The amount of padding you have on your glove depends on the position you play. Catcher’s mitts feature more padding to protect their hands from pitchers’ throws. Other positions, such as first and third base, may also need more padding. Recently, the popularity of extra wrist padding has grown, especially at the corner infield positions

 

  • Wrist Adjustments – Some gloves are made with wrist adjustments that allow players to make the glove fit snug to their hand, allowing them to put on and take off the glove with ease. These can either be Velcro, a buckle system, laced, or a D-ring fastener

 

  • Material – Gloves can be made of many different types of materials including leather, synthetic materials, mesh, and treated leather. Leather is the preferred material among players due to their durability and comfort. Players may opt for treated leather gloves which is pre-conditioned with oils for quicker break in period. Some prefer a mesh backed glove for a lighter glove. For younger players, a synthetic glove is good it’s the lightest and most inexpensive glove available.



FASTPITCH GLOVES

Like baseball gloves, positions in fastpitch softball require a specific webbing:

 

  • Middle infielders, first base, and some outfielders – open web that allows for quicker transfer to throwing hand

  • Pitchers, third base, and some outfielders – closed web that provides more support for outfielders and shields ball in pitchers glove

 

When trying to find out how long a glove is, you can look on the thumb or pinky finger and you should see the size etched in the leather there. The sizes range from 8 to 15 inches, and to 35 inches for catcher’s mitts. To measure a glove that does not have a size, take a fabric tape measure and measure from the top of the index finger, down along the glove, to the center of the heel of the glove:

 

 

How to measure the glove? You can use that measurement and reference our baseball glove sizing chart to determine how to a size a baseball glove for your position and age group. If you’re looking for youth baseball glove sizing guidance, you can follow the same chart.

 



FASTPITCH SOFTBALL GLOVE SIZING CHART BY POSITION

 

AGE

CATCHER (cm)

FIRST BASE (cm)

SECOND BASE / SHORT STOP (cm)

THIRD BASE (cm)

PITCHER (cm)

OUTFIELD (cm)

Under 7

75 – 76

29

20 – 27

20 – 27

20 – 27

23 – 28

8 – 10

76 – 81

29 – 30

27 – 29

27 – 29

27 – 29

25 – 30

11 – 13

79 – 83

30 – 33

29 – 30

30 – 32

30 – 32

30 – 32

Over 14

84 – 89

30 – 33

29 – 32

30 – 32

30 – 32

30 – 33



SLOWPITCH SOFTBALL GLOVE SIZING CHART BY POSITION

 

FIRST BASE (cm)

SECOND BASE / SHORT STOP (cm)

THIRD BASE (cm)

PITCHER (cm)

OUTFIELD (cm)

30 – 33

30 – 32

30 – 33

30 – 33

30 – 38

 

SIZE

TYPE

AGE (years)

CIRCUMFERENCE (cm)

WEIGHT (g)

5

Adult

Age 13 & Above

69 – 71 

410 – 450

4

Youth

Age 8 – 12

63 – 66

350 – 390

3

Junior

Age 8 & Below

58 – 60

300 – 320

 

SIZE

TYPE

AGE (years)

CIRCUMFERENCE (cm)

WEIGHT (g)

4 (sometimes referred to as 3.5)

Adult

11 & Above

62 – 64

420 – 440

3

Youth

10 & Below

58 – 59

370 – 380

DISCUS THROW

 

The men’s discus is a heavy lenticular disc with a weight of 2 kilograms and diameter of 22 centimetres, the women’s discus has a weight of 1 kilogram and diameter of 18 centimetres

 

The typical discus has sides made of plastic, wood, fiberglass, carbon fiber or metal with a metal rim and a metal core to attain the weight. 

 

The rim must be smooth, with no roughness or finger holds. A discus with more weight in the rim produces greater angular momentum for any given spin rate, and thus more stability, although it is more difficult to throw. However, a higher rim weight, if thrown correctly, can lead to a further throw.


WEIGHT (kg)

AGE (years)

GENDER

2.00

20 – 49

Male

1.75

18 – 19

Male

1.50

15 – 17 & 50 – 59

Male

1.00

60 & Above

Male


WEIGHT (kg)

AGE (years)

GENDER

1.00

15 – 74

Female

0.75

75 & Above

Female


HAMMER THROW

 

Both current men’s and women’s hammers consist of a metal ball (normally stainless steel, steel, or brass) attached to a thin wire using a swivel. A handle is attached to the other end of the wire. 

 

Men’s Hammer with a weight of 7.26 kilograms and length of 121.5 centimeters, the Women’s hammer has a weight of 4 kilograms and length of 119.5 centimeters


WEIGHT (kg)

AGE (years)

GENDER

7.26

20 & Above

Male

6.00

18 – 19

Male

5.00

15 – 17

Male


WEIGHT (kg)

AGE (years)

GENDER

4.00

20 & Above

Female

3.00

15 – 19

Female


JAVELIN THROW

 

The size, shape, minimum weight, and center of gravity of the javelin are all defined by IAAF rules. In international competition, men throw a javelin between 2.6 and 2.7m in length and 800g in weight, and women throw a javelin between 2.2 and 2.3m in length and 600g in weight. 

 

The javelin has a grip, about 150 mm wide, made of cord and located at the javelin’s center of gravity (0.9 to 1.06m) from the javelin tip for the men’s javelin and 0.8 to 0.92m from the javelin tip for the women’s javelin.


WEIGHT (g)

AGE (years)

GENDER

800

20 & Above

Male

800

18 – 19

Male

700

15 – 17

Male


WEIGHT (g)

AGE (years)

GENDER

600

20 & Above

Female

500

15 – 19

Female

 

SHOT PUTT

 

The metal ball used in adult men’s shot put competition weighs 7.25 kilograms, while the ball used in women’s competition typically weighs 4 kilograms. Shot putters tend to throw the balls with either the “glide” or the “spin” technique.


WEIGHT (kg)

AGE (years)

GENDER

7.260

20 & Above

Male

6.000

18 – 19

Male

5.000

15 – 17

Male


WEIGHT (g)

AGE (years)

GENDER

4.00

20 & Above

Female

3.00

15 – 19

Female


HURDLES

 

Hurdles are normally between 68–107cm in height, and vary depending on the age and gender of the hurdler. 

 

Events from 50 to 110 meters are technically known as high hurdles races, while longer competitions are low hurdles races. 

 

The track hurdles events are forms of sprinting competitions, although the 400m version is less anaerobic in nature and demands athletic qualities similar to the 800 meters flat race.


15 – 17 years Boys

18 – 19 years Men

20 years and Above Men

15 – 17 years Girls

18 Years and Above Women

Height of Hurdle (m)

0.914m

0.991m

1.067m

0.762m

0.838m

Distance (m)

50m / 60m

Number of Hurdles

4/5

Start line to first hurdle (m)

13.72m

13.00m

Between hurdles (m)

9.14m

8.50m

Last hurdle to finish line (m)

8.86m / 9.72m

11.50m / 13.00m

 

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