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ESPN International Track & Field is a sporting game developed and published by KCEO for the PlayStation 2, and Dreamcast platforms.
Developed by Konami Computer Entertainment Osaka and Published by Konami of America, ESPN International Track and Field is a track and field style sports game released September 26, 2000.
- 100M Dash
- 110M Hurdles
- Long Jump
- Pole Vault
- Javelin Throw
- 100M Freestyle
- Weight Lifting
- Horizontal Bar
- Trap Shooting
- Rhythmic Gymnastics
- United States of America
- Great Britain
In Championship mode, the player has the option to play through all 10 events, or any event of their choice under the banner of their chosen nation. Entering any name is an option, otherwise the name will default to M. Greene, A. Boldon, or J. Hartwig (Maurice Greene, Ato Boldon, and Jeff Hartwig consulted on the game).
A tutorial plays before each event, demonstrating the controls. During the event, you can review the controls from the menu.
Every event can be played multiplayer. Up to four people can compete at the same time using the Multitap for PlayStation 2.
In the manual for ESPN International Track and Field, their is a portion of the text that refers to the purchased game as "Gradius III & IV," which was a compilation collection released for the PlayStation 2 earlier in the year 2000. The Copyright information is also in regards to Gradius III & IV, not to ESPN International Track and Field itself.