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Simon Bartold: What is the Future for Running Shoes?

by | Jun 18, 2019 | Runchatlive Podcasts: Gait and Shoes

Episode 25 of Runchatlive sees us talking to legendary podiatrist Simon Bartold of Bartold Clinical about ‘The Future of Running Shoes.’

Those of you who follow running footwear research will already be very familiar with the name Simon Bartold: 30 years experience of working with elite athletes including four Olympic Games, lectures in 42 countries, worked with Asics for 20 years, recently head hunted by global footwear company Salomon to head up research, design and development of their road running range.

It was a true honour to have Simon as our guest on this episode and also as one of our speakers at the ‘RCL International Running Conference 2019’ in Brighton, UK. Simon Bartold’s presentation at the conference can be accessed HERE.


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