What happened with running shoes in 2003?
The Vitruvian running shoes are launched.
What else happened in 2003?
On February 1 the Space Shuttle Columbia disintegrates during reentry, killing all seven astronauts.
On March 20, the Iraq War begins with the invasion of Iraq by the USA and allied forces and by April 9, they seize control of Baghdad to end the rule of Saddam Hussein.
On July 5, the outbreak of severe acute respiratory syndrome is declared to be over by the World Health Organization.
Concorde makes its last commercial flight on October 24.
The Nobel Prize for Medicine goes to Paul Lauterbur and Peter Mansfield for their work on magnetic resonance imaging.
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