• Olympic Games: technology fairness

October 09, 2020

"These shoes produce an increase in running economy and therefore athletic performance that is not commensurate with what an athlete would be capable of," Pitsiladis, a professor of sport and exercise science at the University of Brighton, said.

"Most importantly, the level of improvement can also vary significantly from one athlete to the next, which means it is leading to distorted results."

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