What is crossbar?

  • (noun): Long thin horizontal crosspiece between two vertical posts.
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on crossbar:

Soccer AM - Footballing Features - The Crossbar Challenge
... "The Crossbar Challenge" is a feature that Mark Oliveira added to the show, and involves a weekly trip to the training ground of a British league football team ... filmed, one-by-one, introducing themselves and attempting to hit the crossbar of the goal from the halfway line ... by Wolverhampton Wanderers who hit the crossbar four times on 25 April 2009, beating the previous record of three set by Northampton Town, Hereford United and inaugural three time crossbar hitters Doncaster ...
Sports Equipment - Goals
... posts (or uprights) supporting a horizontal crossbar ... the object is to pass the ball between the posts below the crossbar, while in others, such as those based on Rugby, the ball must pass over the crossbar instead ...
Composite Rules Shinty-hurling - Rules
... in hurling, with 3 points for a goal (in the net under the crossbar) and 1 point for a shot over the crossbar ... A stationary ball taken straight from the ground and shot over the crossbar scores 2 points ...
... TXK (Telephone eXchange Crossbar) was a range of Crossbar exchanges used by the British Post Office telephone network, subsequently BT, between 1964 and 1994 ... this the GPO had standardised on Strowger for automatic switching and had resisted the adoption of Crossbar, preferring to wait for its electronic switching research to ... to focus the bulk of their production on Strowger equipment would harm their export sales as Crossbar had already become popular throughout the world ...
Crossbar - Electronics
... Crossbar switch, a switch connecting multiple inputs to multiple outputs in a matrix manner ...

More definitions of "crossbar":

  • (noun): Game equipment consisting of a horizontal bar to be jumped or vaulted over.
  • (noun): A horizontal bar that goes across something.