Laws on sport

Stendrap’s Law.

The earlier you fall behind others, the more time you will have to catch up with them.

Wagner’s law on sports photography.

When an athlete is shown close-up, he either spits, or picks his nose, or itches. Law of Dorra about the locker room.

In any locker room, two people have adjoining lockers.

Wailing sage.

Fools break in and occupy the best places.

Brad’s rules.

In any case, the people whose places are farthest from the pass, come last.

Moser’s law on sports fans.

The most interesting moments of the game arise when you look at the scoreboard or go for ice cream.

Morrey’s laws about the arena.

1. There is nothing wrong with not getting worse if you remove the coach.

2. The bad defender is the one who is there.

3. Hockey is a game with six players and a home team.

4. Anyone who can move to New York will do it.

Knox’s principle of star quality.

Once in your favorite team, the superstar fades. Once your team sells a weak player, he immediately becomes a superstar.

Hertzberg’s first law on flying on a hang-glider.

Never let go of what you hold, until something else comes into your hands.

Leiva’s law on tennis.

The average player in the class will go down to the level of his opponent.

Law of the rally.

The only way to be reconciled with the fact that you are lost is to record time until you find the way.

Deal’s laws about a yacht ride.

1. The strength of the wind is inversely proportional to the number and experience of the people you took on the yacht.

2. Whatever the strength of the wind, when you step out into the sea, it will almost disappear when you are far enough away from the port.

Porkingham’s laws on fishing.

1. As the fishing season approaches, free time becomes less and less.

2. The most inexperienced fisherman will catch the largest fish.


The better and more expensive the fishing gear, the more chances for him to go to the fish market on his way home.

3. The more entangled the fishing line, the more fish will appear around you.

Michal’s law for future climbers.

The mountain is getting steeper and steeper as it approaches it.

Consequence of Frotingham.

The mountain seems closer to you than it really is.

Shedenhelm’s law on the backpack.

In the backpack everything is provided for climbing a mountain, but almost nothing to descend from it.

The principle of poker.

Never show card tricks to people you play poker with.

Thomas’s Law.

He who plays with the least desire wins.

Todd’s first law.

If all chances are the same for everyone, you will lose.


If all the chances are in your favor, you will still lose.

Jensen’s law.

Win or lose – for you it’s still a loss. Law of David.

It does not matter if you win or lose, only if you lose.

Gilbert’s law.

Wherever you park your car, your seats will be on the other side of the stadium.

Law of Anton.

When the administration reduces the ticket price, the parking cost increases.

The principle of stadium maintenance.

The quality of food and services is inversely proportional to the number of available alternative sources.


When there is only one owner of kiosks and buffets, the price will be sky-high.

Emily’s rule for important sporting events.

The more expectations are associated with some kind of sporting competition, the less exciting it will be.

Laws of football on dock Martin.

1. The most beautiful goal scored by your team will not be counted due to some trifling violation.

2. After hitting your opponents, the ball will grip closely against the bar with a bar; After hitting your team, the ball will be very close to the bar with a bar.

3.The most valuable player of your team will be the first to be replaced because of an injury.

The Griggs Act.

On the day when you shine with special skill, your team will lose their meeting.

The law of Las Vegas.

The probability of winning is inversely proportional to the size of your bet.

Irv’s Law for Golf.

Any improvement in the technique of the swing will last only for three holes.

The Taylor principle for punching.

Any patt is straight, if you only hit the ball hard enough.

Bentonadil Golf Act.

Demonstration and training clubs work only until you buy membership in them.

Anderson Law for Golf.

A player who, after the first strike, stands furthest from the ball stand, will be furthest from the hole after the second kick.

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