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‘Dream Crazier?’ Until I have a baby wanted: female athletes get hard from to Nike
Athletics ‘Dream Crazier", is one of the slogans of Nike. Until you are pregnant, as it turns out. In a scandal involving female athletes, the sportgigant accuse pregnant athletes, pay less, Nike the performance-based contracts.

The American loopsters Alysia Montano, Phoebe Wright, and Kara Goucher, who sound the alarm. In the New York Times complain about the politics of Nike around pregnant athletes. Montano (33), that in 2014 eight months far into her pregnancy is still a Us championship ran in the 800 metres, claiming that she was forced to train with a brace around her abdomen and that she was in China was obliged breastmilk.

Goucher (40), for its part, says that they are for the tough choice was to be with her sick son to stay, or to run a half marathon three months after childbirth. “Mentally and physically, that was terribly heavy, both for myself and for my child,” said Goucher. “As fast return in competition, is a bad choice proved to be. As I now look back and see that I am not the mother that I always wanted to be, is that even hemeltergend.” Goucher ran for seven months after childbirth, also the famous Boston marathon, which her opzadelde with a chronic hip injury. “It felt like I had my son in the hospital had to leave. Just to immediately get back outside and have to walk, instead of with him like any normal mother. That, I forgive myself, never.”

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