Controversial Nike Vaporfly Running Shoe Cleared For Use At Olympics

If certain shoes made you run faster, then would it be considered cheating? TC exercise physiology expert Carol Ewing Garber weighs in on the ethics of a new controversial Nike running shoe approved for the upcoming summer Olympics — via 10 daily .

https://bit.ly/2uo2oty The international governing body for running sports on Saturday cleared the way for competitors at the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo to wear Nike’s controversial VaporFly shoes, which have been shown to make runners faster.