Paralleling the story of The Idol, this Steve Scott feature film (theatrically released in 1976) presents a young track star’s (lean, long-legged, saucer-eyed Gavin Geoffrey) tension in coming out and accepting himself. “Surrounded by sex, Gavin answers every come-on with a sneer, this guy needs to get laid bad, Track Meet’s calm realism, gentle humor and ultimate optimism are all Steve Scott at his best.” – Adult Video News.
Romance, forcefulness, affection and lovemaking are explored by Gavin as he discovers himself and the world of gay sex. The sex begins with Gavin watching Duff Paxton servicing Michael Davis’ boner in the locker room. Next, after Gavin has run off to the showers and Larry Paige (David) has left behind his sweaty jockstrap, a fetishistic solo by Paxton follows. He snatches up the supporter and proceeds to sniff it, wrapping it around his cock and balls before blowing a load into the cup. Later, Gavin becomes a mild participant to sex when he lets a married friend of his brother (Don Ranger) blow him,while the dude’s wife is in the next room. Tension builds as the teammates sit on a bus; Gavin squirms nervously as Paxton sits behind him in the back seat. What follows is a wonderful session of a man making a pig of himself, and then sitting on, the other man’s cock.
Next, while the teammates are on the road, Gavin is “forced” to suck the big, thick rod of a black hotel steward. This is a very psychosexual segment noting Gavin’s resistance and yet his undeniable interest, fascination and participation. It ends with his coming out to David, his roommate, and an interplay of lovemaking and sexual exploration.
“While each of the scenes is individually successful, especially the one on the bus and the final fantasy, they are not as primal or as universal as those selected for The Idol and as a result, not quite as potent. Geoffrey, a believable actor and a predominantly passive sexualist, provides a strong center for the film. The sound is primitive, but the action is primal, and as a result, Track Meet is as fresh as if it had been made yesterday.” – Manshots. A BIJOU VIDEO exclusive and best-seller.
Stars: Duff Paxton, Gavin Geoffrey, Michael Davis, Larry Paige, Steve Scott, Don Ranger, T.C. Mathis
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