Nike’s high-end racing shoes have become a popular choice for both elite and amateur runners. But the shoes may soon be banned in professional competitions if World Athletics, the world governing body of track and field, decides they offer an unfair advantage. Photo/Video: Alexander Hotz/The Wall Street Journal

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