You don’t need to be at the Olympics to run the race, Sprint for Gold is our fun for all running game. Up to 4 players can compete against each other, great for indoors or out.
Authentic textured running track
Four ankle straps.
Realistic track commentary
Compact & easily transportable
Quick & easy one person set-up
How to play the Sprint for Gold game
On the fibreglass textured running track there are four different coloured runners; blue, yellow, red and green. These runners are matched to an ankle strap of the same colour. The four players have fix the straps around their ankles and position themselves in front of their corresponding colours, and at the start of the game each player has to simulate a running motion on the spot. The faster they run, the faster their track runner will travel along the course to the finishing line.
Sprint for Gold game commentary
To add to the fun and excitement during each race, players and spectators will be able to hear the very realistic race commentary and crowd noise, which simply encourages the players to go faster. Our game is equipped with a powerful 30-watt amplifier and two high quality speakers for clarity. It also has the facility to regulate the volume to your requirements.
The aim of the Sprint for Gold game
The faster the players perform the running movement the faster their runner travels up the track towards the finishing line – the first runner to reach the finishing line is the winner! At the end of the race the winning lane will light up, and the commentary will announce the colour and the name of the winning runner. At the end of each game the runners return to their starting line ready for the next game.
The complete is totally self-contained in a purpose built industrial flight case and is supplied complete with folding legs. As the game measures just 1.7m long x 0.8m wide and 0.35m deep (5ft 7″ x 2ft 8″ x 14″) and weighs 80kgs (176lbs) it is easily transportable in any large estate car or commercial vehicle.
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