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In the fast-paced realm of athletics, where every fraction of a second matters, the significance of technology in the form of running shoes cannot be overstated. Whenever an athlete comes up on the tracks, his performance often hinges on the type of footwear he wears. Therefore, the advent of  technology in the form of running shoes in the athletics needs to be given impetus to. 

A revered paragon in track, Wilson Kipketer recently offered his thought-provoking insight into the major role played by technological advancements in shaping the current landscape of runners on the tracks. With keen eyes on the evolution of the athlete’s partner, he said, “We have to look at it anyway in the bigger prospect, Ive so it’s a little bit different now. Interestingly, Kipketer’s insightful reflections share a fundamental truth, that is, the integration of technology into the crafting of footwear that ushers for the athletes striving to peak their performance.

Kipketer’s lens on the running revolution unfurls an ocean of secrets

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Moving on, Kipketer is no stranger to divulging the interplay of technology and runners. With a long list of accomplishments, he features a silver and a bronze Olympic medal and three world championships titles. Interestingly, this led Kipketer to notice the technological advancements over the years.

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To share these valuable tidbits, he became a part of a recent candid interview with the team of Citius Mag. With the title, “Catching Up With Former World Record Holder Wilson Kipketer On The Current State Of The 800m“, a glimpse of the interview was then uploaded on the official Youtube account of Citius Mag. Kipketer found the occasion apt for sharing the importance of footwear and said, All the nutrition wherever you want to take so everything has been moving in the right direction, but then this result may be a little bit stuck. As per his views, he has diverse thoughts about the topic. 

Even if he feels that footwear has been undergoing advancements, “there is still a challenge of how to connect with these things together” To sound more impactful, he added, “because I mean 400m maybe, so it’s also been the PA was before this innovation of things, and there is still so there’s a lot of things.”

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While unfolding his thrilling narrative, Kipketer paints a vivid image of the evolutionary surge through the track and field world. Though his lends, “the technology of the shoes makes this happen more of a road running revolution, so there is an evolution of innovation, more road running than druck and phoenix. “ More open dialogues on technology in sports? We are all for it.

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