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I while ago I read about a study that compared runners who had been "gait analysed" by running shops and bought recommended shoes compared to those who had picked their own. The outcome was that there was no diffrence in the injury rate. I think the study was about 1000 runners.
I thought I had read about it in The Runner's World book The Runner's Body by Ross Tucker, but I can't seem to find it in there. I'm beginning to think I read it else where. Google searches etc have proved fruitless. Can anyone help me out here and post a link or some info on this research?