Kipchoge ¿Cheated?

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« Dear kind readers: WSJ has a fresh vid about a Nike running shoe, and I’ll attempt to feature hooks that will have even non-sports fans tapping. Sincerely, Tom Doody. Eliud Kipchoge in the summer of 2019 set marathon world record, and broke the two-hour barrier. The event was staged to get him across the finish line in record time. Kipchoge was the only runner of the day, and event planners used the low-altitude portion of the Danube River in Austria to favor speed. The staged event almost seemed like he cheated, but the only feature of the event drawing criticism is his Nike shoes. Dear kind readers: If you have never thought about how tech can make batters hit father, swimmers swim faster, and Inflategate made Tom Brady throw better, then you’re not likely to think this WSJ’s vid is worth your time, but . . . Sincerely, Tom Doody. WSJ cuts the Nike shoe with a bandsaw, and reveals what’s inside. Here’s the killer point — nobody seeing the shoes construction for the first time would cry foul, but WSJ compares the shoe to the shark-skin-like full-body swimsuits that have been banned. MLB tries desperately to cling to tradition, so all old records are not broken and worst yet — forgotten, but there’s many things that get batters to hit father, and occasionally bats break and a cheater is exposed. Also players are injured by splintered wood, and people call for tech bats, but traditionalists cling to wood. The info-packed WSJ vid allows the listener to unexpectedly unearth opinions — a lot is at stake — no thing is at stake. »» about me 302-990-2346 contact

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