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Sport24.co.za | Nike to end financial penalties for pregnant athletes

News24 Sunday, 26 May 2019
US sporting goods giant Nike, under fire for financially penalising sponsored athletes who become pregnant, is changing its maternity policy.
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After the recent controversy over its pay for pregnant female athletes Serena Williams said Nike "is "learning from mistakes and doing better." Business Insider reports that in recent weeks, several female track runners said Nike did not financially support them when they got pregnant, with one...

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