Allyson Felix: My Own Pregancy Story

This eye-opening article penned by Olympian and Track and Field legend Allyson Felix, Lindsay Crouse, Taige Jensen and Max Cantor outlines the, what can only be described as, gross mistreatment of her by Nike when she decided to embark on the wondrous journey that is motherhood. To term Nike’s behaviour as shameful is an insult to truly shameful things.

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Olympian Molly Huddle to make marathon debut at TCS New York Marathon 

Molly Huddle, who competed in this year’s Olympics in the 10,000 meters and finished 6th in that race, will make her marathon debut at the TCS New York City Marathon this Sunday, November 6, 2016.  The Saucony blog has a really cool piece on. You can check it out here. 

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Nike Releasing Special Michael Johnson Zoom Pegasus 33’s

To commemorate and celebrate legendary Track&Field athlete Michael Johnson and his performance in the 1996 Olympics,where he took home the gold in both the 200m and 400m,  Nike is releasing a special edition of it’s Zoom Pegasus 33 running shoe. A striking gold on the Swoosh, tongue branding and at the top half of the midsole, pay homage to the gold spikes Johnson wore during those games. The mismatched red and blue pair pays a patriotic nod to the Stars and Stripes. The Nike Zoom Pegasus 33 “Micheal Johnson” will…

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1996 Olympic Champion Bruny Surin sues Puma

Bruny Sarin, A former sprinter and member of the Canadian 4 x 100 m relay that won gold at the 1996 Summer Olympics,is suing Puma. The suit stems from the German athletic company’s use of the name of it’s “Cell Surin” line of running shoes.  Mr. Surin became aware of the shoes in June 2015 and contacted Puma. According to Quebec province court filings the shoes were promoted under the slogan “you move fast” Additonally, the filing also had this to say: ” The use of the word ‘Surin’ by…

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