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Nike launches Alphafly shoe to outpace tech doping outcry

By Guardian Exclusive
18 February 2020   |   2:46 pm
Weeks after World Athletics, an international sports governing body issued a ban against a type of Nike's running shoe, Nike returned with a new model of the same running shoe that it says meets all competition guidelines.

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