This is what the ancient Greeks had as "sports". Most early sports were connected to prep for war and battle. Most other "sports" were not invented until much later in history.
Yes, it is a throwing event and therefore a field event.
Easy - start sprinting, or better yet, talk to your track coach!
Anything that involves sprinting followed by breaks. Or just sprinting track events.
The Keirin in Japan is a cycling event where riders follow a motorized bike round a tack before sprinting once it leaves the track. The men's event has been dominated by Sir Chris Hoy since it's introduction as an Olympic event.
Yes, you probably could use them for sprinting, but if sprinting what you do at every meet, I would suggest getting a pair of sprint spikes.
A hurdle is a sprinting track and field race.
It is sprinting the straight sways and and jogging the rounds on a track
BASKETBALL. Definitely basketball. Track is just running and stuffZ. Basketball is cutting sprinting coordination and all sorts of jazz.
Jamaica is number one in sprinting; they don't measure up in all other events.