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Are public korfball posts eligible objects since they support sporting and are playing-objects?
I have never heared about this kind of sport, but if it is a game you can be social with others, it should be eligeble. Problem is that you might have to explain what that kind of game is to prevent it from getting rejected by wayfarers donot know the sport.
Its a European sport and its sort of basketball without running while having the ball
In my country, everyone knows the sport but they hate it (if they don't play it which is stupid cause they dont know the sport that well)
This is quite possible. But it is eligeble by criteria.
Great place ro be social
Great place for exercise
In theory the same priciples should apply as with basketball courts/baskets. Of course assuming there no other rejections reason.
Full court with two baskets, (should be) easy acceptance.
Half court with one basket, should get accepted, but not sure.
Single basket with no painted lines. Really depends on the location, how convincing the nomination is and what kind of reviewers happen to see the nomination.
Is there a defined court? Even a stand-alone basketball goal is not eligible unless there is a defined half-court or playarea.
But the thing is, korfball posts are never with a court if theyre public, always 1 post, its normal. Only at the korfball clubs the courts are with 2 posts on each side
Then I would say no, a single goal does not define a playing field, just like how a single piece of playground equipment is not eligible. There needs to be some sort of defined boundaries to the playing field in large part because you don't want to put the Wayspot inside an area where someone is playing a game.
Its like this
1*-2* from me. It doesn't look like a place for playing, just a single play equipment for throwing practice.
Also, the mail box next to it make me think it might be on someone's private area.
No, it isn't at someone's private area or garden, just between the houses in the street. But I understand you first argument, I think I will try to nominate it once, after I nominated the best locations that are 99% eligible in my opinion
There is no requirement for an object that promotes exercise to be a full playing field or playground. A single basket, goal, or play or exercise equipment also promotes exercise. There is no reason to believe these would not be eligible.
Thank you, also never saw that a court was necessary
and disc golf courses too!