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Definitions

  1. Adidas is the official sponsor of the British Team and supplies all athletes with footwear and podium kit.
  2. Adidas is a stellar brand, the No.2 sportswear brand in the world (Nike is No.1), and it has the potential to transform the Reebok brand.
  3. Adidas is a German sports apparel manufacturer, part of the Adidas Group.
  4. Adidas is a well recognized German manufacturer of sports apparel.
  5. Adidas is the only one of the big three athletic shoe makers with IP lawyers working full-time in China.
  6. Adidas are the apparel sponsors for two clubs in the Australian Football League - the Adelaide Football Club and the Collingwood Football Club.
  7. Adidas was loosing $100 million a year. (Web site)
  8. Adidas was now producing 45 million pairs of shoes per year.
  9. Adidas was named after its founder, Adolf (Adi) Dassler, who started producing shoes in the 1920s in Herzogenaurach near Nuremberg. (Web site)

Sponsored

  1. Korn was sponsored by Adidas, and Jonathan Davis, the lead singer, constantly wore normal and customized Adidas tracksuits while performing.
  2. Ateneo de Manila University is fully sponsored by Adidas from the Blue Eagle Gym to all the varsity teams in the grade school and high school.

Sports

  1. On 2 May 2005, Adidas-Salomon announced that they had agreed to sell Salomon Group for 485 mn Euros to Amer Sports of Finland. (Web site)
  2. Also in 2005, on May 3, Adidas told the public that they sold their partner company Salomon Group for ---485m to Amer Sports of Finland. (Web site)
  3. The other two existing divisions change their name into: adidas Sport Performance and adidas Sport Heritage. (Web site)

Dmc

  1. The Adidas sneaker was popularized by the Run DMC song "My Adidas" and became a huge fashion trend.
  2. Hip Hop has been a significant influence with Run DMC leading the way in their Adidas Superstars and releasing a single called My Adidas.
  3. Adidas sponsors and provides kits, gear and accessories to several professional and collegiate teams all over the world.

Adidas-Salomon

  1. The new company is named adidas-Salomon AG. Taylor Made clubs now owned by Adidas has an advertising contract with Tiger Woods. (Web site)
  2. On August 3, adidas-Salomon AG announces the planned acquisition of Reebok. (Web site)
  3. On January 31, 2006, adidas-Salomon AG announces that it has closed its acquisition of Reebok International Ltd. (Web site)
  4. In June the adidas-Salomon share is admitted to the DAX, comprising Germany's 30 largest quoted companies.

Sporting Goods

  1. Mi Adidas is the customization program of the sporting goods manufacturer Adidas using the concept of mass customization.
  2. From trainers to slacks to jerseys and other sporting goods, Adidas is a brand name I respect.
  3. Today, the adidas Group is a global leader in the sporting goods industry and offers a broad portfolio of products.

Adidas

  1. In 2005, Adidas introduced the Adidas 1, the first ever production shoe to utilize a microprocessor.
  2. On April 11, 2006, Adidas announced an 11-year deal to become the official NBA apparel provider. (Web site)
  3. We deal with brand shoes like Nike, Adidas, Puma, Timberland boots, etc.
  4. Adidas Superstar Indiana Pacers 48 98.11 A Superstar like no other classic rubber shell toe for durable protection.
  5. Non-marking rubber outsole Adidas Gil Zero White Green 48 61.59 Gilbert Arenas' game became inspiration for the adidas Gil Zero basketball shoe.
  6. In the 1980s, Adidas sneakers became popular amongst teenagers and young men.
  7. Just Socca stocks all leading brands of football boots including Nike, adidas, Puma, Reebok and Umbro.

World Cup

  1. Argentina wins the World Cup 1986 wearing adidas. (Web site)
  2. Former football referee, Pierluigi Collina has also appeared in adverts for adidas, most notably during the 2002 World Cup.
  3. When West Germany won the soccer 1954 World Cup, their footwear was supplied by Adidas.

Won Gold

  1. In Sydney, adidas underlines its competence as an Olympic brand. (Web site)
  2. The German team wins the European Soccer Championship - fully outfitted in adidas. (Web site)
  3. Hary won gold in Pumas, but then laced up Adidas for the medals ceremony - to the shock of both Adi and Rudolf.
  4. Eight years later, American sprinter Jesse Owens was wearing Adidas when he won a gold medal in track at the Berlin Olympic Games.

Three Stripes

  1. In 2003, Adidas filed a lawsuit in British court challenging Fitness World Trading's use of a two-stripe motif similar to Adidas's three stripes.
  2. With this victory, five out of the six most recent European champions were wearing the adidas Three Stripes. (Web site)
  3. Overall highlights include Christoph Langen and Andr-- Lange in bobsled and the victorious German womens-- biathlon team, all wearing adidas.

Running

  1. Adidas began small, producing soccer and running shoes, which ironically enough are still the main products that adidas is known for.
  2. By 1979, 25 million Americans were running or jogging, and the end of the 1970s marked the high point of Adidas's domination of the market.

Adidas Group

  1. A subsidiary of the adidas Group, the company operates under the multiple divisions of the Reebok brand, Reebok-CCM Hockey and the Sports Licensed Division.
  2. Brand adidas is part of the adidas Group, a corporation that includes brands such as Reebok, TaylorMade and Rockport. (Web site)
  3. The closing of the Reebok transaction on January 31, 2006 marks a new chapter in the history of the adidas Group.

Shoes

  1. He had always preferred Adidas or the Converse shoes endorsed by North Carolina Coach, Dean Smith, and hoped to sign on with either company. (Web site)
  2. Adidas offers various shoes of different sport categories in this customization program.
  3. In addition, participants received notifications throughout the week, alerting them to parties, celebrity autograph sessions and new Adidas shoe arrivals.
  4. Emil Zatopek wins three gold medals in one week, in adidas shoes. (Web site)
  5. The adidas share is one of the most interesting new listings on the stock market in Germany. (Web site)

Reebok

  1. Adidas revenue for 2006 was listed at 10.084 billion euro, or about 13.625 billion U.S. dollars.
  2. In April 2006, Adidas came under fire from Asian groups for releasing a limited edition Y1-HUF shoe that contained a typical early 1900s Asian caricature.
  3. It currently retails for $250 (USD). On November 25, 2005, Adidas released a new version of the Adidas 1. (Web site)
  4. In August 2005, adidas declared its intention to buy Anglo-American rival Reebok for US$ 3.8 billion.
  5. It currently retails for $250 (USD). The latest edition Adidas 1.1 has been selling since Nov 2005.

Adidas Ag

  1. All are representative of Adidas's involvement in sports.
  2. Adidas perfumery and personal care products are manufactured by Coty, Inc.
  3. In addition, the first adidas megastores open in Paris and Amsterdam. (Web site)
  4. One month later, adidas introduces its second innovation for the year. (Web site)
  5. In December, adidas moves some of the major marketing positions to its North American headquarters in Portland, Oregon. (Web site)

Global

  1. Adidas sponsor the Gumball 3000 car rally, organised by the global jet-set.
  2. But it also will position Reebok as "an American-inspired global brand that celebrates individuality in sport and life," according to Adidas.

Designs

  1. Adidas withdrew the suit, and the two groups established guidelines as to what three-stripe designs would be considered uses of the Adidas trademark.
  2. Adidas also designs special balls for UEFA competitions.
  3. Puma is the third largest sportswear manufacturer in the world behind Nike and Adidas.

First Time

  1. They are wearing adidas soccer boots which for the first time feature removable studs.
  2. For the first time, adidas-Salomon AG exceeds DM 10 billion, with sales of DM 10,471 billion. (Web site)

Once Again

  1. In August adidas uses the Olympic Games in Athens as a platform for showcasing its brand once again. (Web site)
  2. As in 2001, the adidas-Salomon share is once again the top performer in the DAX-30, Germany's leading stock index.

Footwear

  1. Unconventional high jumper Dick Fosbury launches himself up and over in adidas footwear.
  2. The acquisition of Reebok will also allow Adidas to compete with Nike worldwide as the number two athletic shoemaker in the world.
  3. The new adidas Group is focusing even more on its core strength in the athletic footwear and apparel market as well as the growing golf category.
  4. The customizable footwear models are defined by Adidas.
  5. For over 80 years adidas has been part of the world of sports and fashion, delivering state-of-the-art athletic footwear. (Web site)

Wears

  1. Lady Sovereign is an avid wearer of Adidas; it is the only kind of shoes that she wears.
  2. Runner-up Germany ofcourse also wears adidas The adidas Azteca, the world's first synthetic World Cup matchball, is introduced. (Web site)

Equipment

  1. Driven by a desire to help all athletes committed to performance, adidas manufactures equipment for what some consider "fringe sports".
  2. In 2007, Adidas announced through advertising, the future production of lacrosse equipment to include shafts, heads and possibly protective gear.
  3. The adidas EQUIPMENT Silverstream is the Official Matchball of the tournament. (Web site)

Ceo

  1. Under the CEO Robert Louis-Dreyfus, adidas is moving from being a manufacturing and sales based company to a marketing company.
  2. The world-famous Japanese designer Yohji Yamamoto is appointed as Creative Director of the new adidas Sport Style division. (Web site)
  3. While acquiring a 10% stake in FC Bayern Munich AG, adidas renews its contract as official sponsor, supplier and licensee until 2010. (Web site)
  4. Herbert Hainer stepped up to pilot the Adidas team when he was officially appointed CEO and Chairman of the Executive Board on March 8th, 2001.

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