Swiss ball

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Swiss ball


[From the early use of exercise balls by physical therapists in Switzerland during the 1960s.]

Swiss ball

n
(General Sporting Terms) a very large inflatable ball made of strong elastic rubber, used for physical exercise and in physiotherapy
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The majority of China's sports ball manufacturers plan to expand capacity in 2008 as exports continue to increase, topping US$596 million in 2007 and posting double-digit growth in both volume and value.
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The group has world-class expertise in sports ball and pitch aerodynamics using various experimental and computer modelling techniques and is closely involved with the International Sports Engineering Association (ISEA) and SportsPulse.
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Gill has switched his primary focus to coaching and scooped the 2017 Coach Of The Year award at May's Sports Ball.
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Hornstein said that the meteor was approximately the size of a sports ball, either a baseball or a volleyball.
Then why not give up on writing the next great British novel altogether then and have a laugh with this specially designed notepaper which is made to look like a variety of sports ball when crumpled in someone's fist.
I got to know Stephanie Moore, who was Bobby Moore's wife, and she set up the Bobby Moore Bowel Cancer charity and asked me if I'd like to sing at her annual sports ball at the Royal Lancaster Hotel, and then she asked me if I'd like to sing at Race For Life.
He will be joined by major players from the English Premiership for a Sports Ball in aid of the organisation at Dublin's Mansion House.