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  • 1. PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT YEAR 4
  • 2.  Kin-Ball, also known as Omnikin, is a team sport created in Quebec, Canada in 1986 by Mario Demers, a physical education professor.  The International Kin-Ball Federation counts 3.8 million participants, primarily from Canada, the U.S., Japan, Belgium, France, Switzerland, Spain, Germany and Malaysia.
  • 3.  Kin-Ball uses a cage ball, an inflatable ball 1.22 m in diametre and inflated to about the same pressure and feeling as a volleyball.  It is played by three teams of four, in a room 21 m by 21 m (70ft by 70ft) with a surface that permits sliding, such as a gym.
  • 4.  The team in possession of the ball yells out "Omnikin" followed by the colour of another team and hits the ball.  The team whose colour was called must stop the ball from hitting the ground; if it fails to do so the other two teams get a point.  If a team stops the ball from hitting the ground, it has 10 seconds to hit the ball to another team, using the same procedure.
  • 5.  At the moment contact is made with the ball, all team members of the team possessing the ball must be touching it.  The ball must not be struck downwards, so as to give the team receiving the ball a chance to stop it from hitting the ground.  And although you can touch the ball with any part of your body.
  • 6.  Games have three periods lasting between 7 to 15 minutes each, depending on the age level of the participants, with a one-minute intermission between each period.  At the beginning of each period the ball is put into play from the centre of the gym by the team with the fewest points.  The team with the most points at the end of the three periods wins the game.  Teams are composed of 4 players (with up to 4 substitutes), all of which wear a jersey or pinnie of a different colour, with grey, pink and black being the official colours internationally.
  • 7. Physical Education