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If this was caused from running I would recommend having someone look at your running mechanics.
If you are newer to running you may have done too much too quick distance wise.
Tight hamstrings could be a cause.
Your body is looking for slack in the system which causes your knee to go out to the side vs staying in line.
You could start with doing a search for hamstring mwods.