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7 Foot Billiards | Pool Table
Dimensioned drawing illustrating the measurements and sizes of a 7' Billiards | Pool Table

7’ Billiards | Pool Tables are sized smaller than professional regulations for private usage in  tighter spaces such as bars and small homes. 7’ Tables have playing surfaces measuring 78” | 198 cm in length, a width of 39” | 99 cm, and have beds set at 29 1/4”-31” | 74.3-78.7 cm from the floor. A standard 7’ Pool Table has an overall size of 93” x 54” | 236 x 137 cm and a height of 32” | 81.3 cm. A clearance space of at least 11’3” x 14’6” | 3.42 x 4.42 m should be provided for a 7’ Billiards | Pool Table.

Front and side elevation drawings with measurements of a 7' Billiards | Pool Table
7’ Billiards | Pool Tables are sized smaller than professional regulations for private usage in tighter spaces such as bars and small homes. 7’ Tables have playing surfaces measuring 78” | 198 cm in length, a width of 39” | 99 cm, and have beds set at 29 1/4”-31” | 74.3-78.7 cm from the floor.

Front and side elevation drawings with measurements of a 7' Billiards | Pool Table
Darts Throwing Distance

The throwing distance in the game of darts is regulated at 7’ 9.25” | 2.37 m from the oche to the front face of the dartboard. Dartboards must be hung on the wall with the center of the bullseye at 5’8” | 1.73 m from the floor—a height established based on the eye-level of a six foot man. Used in professional dart games, a standard oche is 2’ | .6 m wide and 1.5” | 38 mm tall to clearly establish the regulation throwing line. Casual darts environments may choose to use tape or another type of surface marking to identify the oche.

Drawings dimensioning the regulation throwing distances and board height in a game of darts
The throwing distance in the game of darts is regulated at 7’ 9.25” | 2.37 m from the oche to the front face of the dartboard. Dartboards must be hung on the wall with the center of the bullseye at 5’8” | 1.73 m from the floor—a height established based on the eye-level of a six foot man.

Drawings dimensioning the regulation throwing distances and board height in a game of darts
Major League Baseball Field
Drawing of the major dimensions of a Professional | Major League Baseball Field

Professional Major League Baseball Fields, also called ballparks and baseball diamonds, are regulated fields for the sport of baseball. Although minimum park dimensions are defined for Major League Baseball, each ballpark is allowed to design their fence any way they want while meeting the minimum distances. In Major League Baseball, the centerfield fence must be at least 400’ | 121.9 m from the apex of home plate, while the left and right field fences have a minimum of 325’ | 99 m. The bases on a Major League Baseball Field are spaced 90’ | 27.4 m apart measured from the apex of home plate to the farthest corner of 1st and 3rd bases, and from the same farthest corner of 1st and 3rd to the center of 2nd base. The pitching distance from the front of the pitching rubber to the apex of home plate is set at 60’ 6” | 18.44 m.

Major League Baseball Fields, also called ballparks and baseball diamonds, are regulated fields for the sport of baseball. In Major League Baseball, the centerfield fence must be at least 400’ | 121.9 m from the apex of home plate, while the left and right field fences have a minimum of 325’ | 99 m.

300m Running Track

300m Running Tracks are specialized rubber running surfaces used for Track and Field competitions with lanes designed to be 300m in length from start to finish. An uncommon track size due to running events typically being performed in 100m, 200m, and 400m lengths, 300m Running Tracks are typically found in circumstances where a full 400m track could not be built within a space. To make up for the odd length, 300m Running Tracks have multiple starting locations for completing the various sprint lengths. 300m Running Tracks have an inner radius of 114’2” | 34.8 m, an overall length of 423’9” | 129.16 m, width of 292’5” | 89.12 m, and area of 110,922 ft2 | 10,305 m2. All running tracks have lane widths of 4’ | 1.22 m.

Dimensioned drawing of a 300m running track with starting scratch lines for 100m, 200m, 300m and 400m races
300m Running Tracks are specialized rubber surfaces used for Track and Field competitions with lanes designed to be 300m in length from start to finish. An uncommon track size, 300m Running Tracks are typically found in circumstances where a full 400m track could not be built.

Dimensioned drawing of a 300m running track with starting scratch lines for 100m, 200m, 300m and 400m races