What happened with running shoes in 2010?
The Saucony Kinvara comes to market.
A study by Liebermann et al on barefoot running is published and makes the cover of Nature. Despite being of poor quality and not finding anything of note, it oddly has a significant impact on those interested in barefoot running and is still held up by those fan boys that promote barefoot running that they think the study shows barefoot running is better. It did not show that.
The Airia One running shoe company is founded.
What else happened in 2010?
The Winter Olympics are held in Vancouver and Whistler, Canada on February 12–28.
On 23 March President Barack Obama signed into law the Addordable Care Act (Obamacare)
On April 20, The Deepwater Horizon oil drilling platform explodes in the Gulf of Mexico, killing 11 workers creating largest oil spill in history.
On August 10, The World Health Organization declares the H1N1 influenza pandemic is over.
Robert Edwards was a British physiologist and pioneer in reproductive medicine and was awarded the 2010 Nobel Prize for his development work on in-vitro fertilization (IVF).
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