I can never burn the memory out of my head of someone slamming onto two buttons as fast as they possibly can and then pounding hard onto one button, possibly holding it to the exact precise point. Talk about a fun game. This arcade game had no joystick and just buttons. What a revolutionary idea! How many people do you think worked themselves into a sweat to a point of almost fainting in exhaustion? I don’t know the answer that question but I’m sure a lot of people got severely dehydrated playing the game. I was always curious on the average lifespan of a single Track and Field arcade system. Or did they build them to take major abuse? Either way it was a new way and a new spin on playing sports games. To all those Track and Field experts out there I hope your injuries have healed and you are not a victim to carpal tunnel syndrome.