Runner's World

Nike's Magic Shoes: What If They Really Work?
Runner's World
There's no mention of springs. There is, however, some history here. Up until 2005, the rule said: “Such shoes, however, must not be constructed so as to give the competitor any unfair additional assistance, including the incorporation of any ...
Do Nike's New Shoes Give Runners an Unfair Advantage?New York Times
IAAF steps up investigation into fears over springs in Nike running shoesThe Guardian
Do Nike's new shoes give runners an unfair advantage in speed?The Seattle Times
Daily Mail -Citizen TV (press release) -Nike, Inc.
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KTUL

Sand Springs teen vying for $15000 for drone invention
KTUL
A businessman in Sand Springs is in the running to win enough money to give his invention a chance to get going. Here's the catch, he's on ... As he laces his track shoes and tightens the knot, Jaelyn Jackson is thinking about times. And he's all by ...

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Kitsap Sun

History springs to life at Suquamish Elementary
Kitsap Sun
"A great way to build empathy is by reading biographies, studying other people's lives and, as the old saying goes, walk a mile in their shoes," Upton said. The school also is hosting a "Walk a Mile in Their Shoes" shoe drive to benefit a local food ...

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The Straits Times

Athletics: Legality of new Nike shoes springs to IAAF's attention
The Straits Times
LONDON • The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) is to beef up its investigation into the next generation of marathon shoes, amid concerns some may contain illegal springs. The potential intervention by athletics' governing body ...
Nike's Pro Hijab: a great leap into modest sportswear, but they're not the firstThe Guardian

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The Denver Post

El Paso County GOP chairman accidentally backs into, seriously hurts his pedestrian friend
The Denver Post
Trevor Dierdoff, chairman of the El Paso County Republican party, was driving a sport utility vehicle that struck and seriously hurt a pedestrian Tuesday morning in Colorado Springs, according to police. Investigators say the man who was hit, a friend ...
Platte Floral owner in Colorado Springs in critical condition after hit ...Colorado Springs Gazette
Pedestrian hit by car downtown critically injured, driver ID'd as El ...KRDO

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Nevada Appeal

Shoe Tree Brewery in Carson City opens its doors
Nevada Appeal
After one, long haul year of endless commitment and structure, the Shoe Tree Brewing Company finally flipped its sign open on Friday, at 1496 Old Hot Springs Road. It hasn't even been a week since owners Jeff and Paul Young started serving handcrafted ...



Bend Bulletin

Do Nike's new shoes give marathoners an unfair advantage?
Bend Bulletin
In 2007, during the Pistorius track case, the IAAF introduced a rule prohibiting technical aids that use springs or wheels, which seemed aimed at his use of J-shaped carbon-fiber blades. That year, Spira Footwear said its running shoes were banned ...

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KRDO

Pedestrian hit by vehicle in downtown Colorado Springs
Colorado Springs Gazette
Dress clothes, including khaki pants and brown dress shoes, remained piled on the road behind the car, where medical personnel cut them from the man's body. Glasses, car keys and what appeared to be a checkbook also were lying on the ground.
House fire mess turns into illegal dumpsite on Pueblo's east sid - KOAA.com | Continuous News | Colorado Springs ...KOAA.com Colorado Springs and Pueblo News

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There are ways to make overseas travel more affordable, safe
Colorado Springs Gazette
And remember comfortable shoes. Evelyn Hannon, who edits the Journeywoman.com website, suggests a quick purchase at a local grocer. The bag will help you look like you belong. Travel experts are divided over whether President Donald Trump's ...

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News On 6

Sand Springs Track Coaches Pitch In To Ensure Success Of Student-Athletes
News On 6
Williams and her husband scoured shops across town for track shoes that were on sale and filled the school's equipment room with as many pairs as they could afford. "It's very supportive. They don't have to do any of it. We just got a new locker room ...

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