A rule change to deal with Nike’s Vaporfly

In response to controversy over Nike’s Vaporfly running shoe and the bouncy carbon-fiber plate inserted in its sole, World Athletics has instituted new regulations on athletic footwear worn for competition (For background, see SGI Europe – Vol. 31 n°2+3 of Jan. 24).

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