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- Adidas is the official sponsor of the British Team and supplies all athletes with footwear and podium kit.
- 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.
- Adidas is a German sports apparel manufacturer, part of the Adidas Group.
- Adidas is a well recognized German manufacturer of sports apparel.
- Adidas is the only one of the big three athletic shoe makers with IP lawyers working full-time in China.
- Adidas are the apparel sponsors for two clubs in the Australian Football League - the Adelaide Football Club and the Collingwood Football Club.
- Adidas was loosing $100 million a year.
- Adidas was now producing 45 million pairs of shoes per year.
- Adidas was named after its founder, Adolf (Adi) Dassler, who started producing shoes in the 1920s in Herzogenaurach near Nuremberg.
- Korn was sponsored by Adidas, and Jonathan Davis, the lead singer, constantly wore normal and customized Adidas tracksuits while performing.
- 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.
- On 2 May 2005, Adidas-Salomon announced that they had agreed to sell Salomon Group for 485 mn Euros to Amer Sports of Finland.
- 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.
- The other two existing divisions change their name into: adidas Sport Performance and adidas Sport Heritage.
- The Adidas sneaker was popularized by the Run DMC song "My Adidas" and became a huge fashion trend.
- Hip Hop has been a significant influence with Run DMC leading the way in their Adidas Superstars and releasing a single called My Adidas.
- Adidas sponsors and provides kits, gear and accessories to several professional and collegiate teams all over the world.
- The new company is named adidas-Salomon AG. Taylor Made clubs now owned by Adidas has an advertising contract with Tiger Woods.
- On August 3, adidas-Salomon AG announces the planned acquisition of Reebok.
- On January 31, 2006, adidas-Salomon AG announces that it has closed its acquisition of Reebok International Ltd.
- In June the adidas-Salomon share is admitted to the DAX, comprising Germany's 30 largest quoted companies.
- Mi Adidas is the customization program of the sporting goods manufacturer Adidas using the concept of mass customization.
- From trainers to slacks to jerseys and other sporting goods, Adidas is a brand name I respect.
- Today, the adidas Group is a global leader in the sporting goods industry and offers a broad portfolio of products.
- In 2005, Adidas introduced the Adidas 1, the first ever production shoe to utilize a microprocessor.
- On April 11, 2006, Adidas announced an 11-year deal to become the official NBA apparel provider.
- We deal with brand shoes like Nike, Adidas, Puma, Timberland boots, etc.
- Adidas Superstar Indiana Pacers 48 98.11 A Superstar like no other classic rubber shell toe for durable protection.
- Non-marking rubber outsole Adidas Gil Zero White Green 48 61.59 Gilbert Arenas' game became inspiration for the adidas Gil Zero basketball shoe.
- In the 1980s, Adidas sneakers became popular amongst teenagers and young men.
- Just Socca stocks all leading brands of football boots including Nike, adidas, Puma, Reebok and Umbro.
- Argentina wins the World Cup 1986 wearing adidas.
- Former football referee, Pierluigi Collina has also appeared in adverts for adidas, most notably during the 2002 World Cup.
- When West Germany won the soccer 1954 World Cup, their footwear was supplied by Adidas.
- In Sydney, adidas underlines its competence as an Olympic brand.
- The German team wins the European Soccer Championship - fully outfitted in adidas.
- Hary won gold in Pumas, but then laced up Adidas for the medals ceremony - to the shock of both Adi and Rudolf.
- Eight years later, American sprinter Jesse Owens was wearing Adidas when he won a gold medal in track at the Berlin Olympic Games.
- 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.
- With this victory, five out of the six most recent European champions were wearing the adidas Three Stripes.
- Overall highlights include Christoph Langen and Andr-- Lange in bobsled and the victorious German womens-- biathlon team, all wearing adidas.
- Adidas began small, producing soccer and running shoes, which ironically enough are still the main products that adidas is known for.
- 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.
- 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.
- Brand adidas is part of the adidas Group, a corporation that includes brands such as Reebok, TaylorMade and Rockport.
- The closing of the Reebok transaction on January 31, 2006 marks a new chapter in the history of the adidas Group.
- He had always preferred Adidas or the Converse shoes endorsed by North Carolina Coach, Dean Smith, and hoped to sign on with either company.
- Adidas offers various shoes of different sport categories in this customization program.
- In addition, participants received notifications throughout the week, alerting them to parties, celebrity autograph sessions and new Adidas shoe arrivals.
- Emil Zatopek wins three gold medals in one week, in adidas shoes.
- The adidas share is one of the most interesting new listings on the stock market in Germany.
- Adidas revenue for 2006 was listed at 10.084 billion euro, or about 13.625 billion U.S. dollars.
- 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.
- It currently retails for $250 (USD). On November 25, 2005, Adidas released a new version of the Adidas 1.
- In August 2005, adidas declared its intention to buy Anglo-American rival Reebok for US$ 3.8 billion.
- It currently retails for $250 (USD). The latest edition Adidas 1.1 has been selling since Nov 2005.
- All are representative of Adidas's involvement in sports.
- Adidas perfumery and personal care products are manufactured by Coty, Inc.
- In addition, the first adidas megastores open in Paris and Amsterdam.
- One month later, adidas introduces its second innovation for the year.
- In December, adidas moves some of the major marketing positions to its North American headquarters in Portland, Oregon.
- Adidas sponsor the Gumball 3000 car rally, organised by the global jet-set.
- But it also will position Reebok as "an American-inspired global brand that celebrates individuality in sport and life," according to Adidas.
- Adidas withdrew the suit, and the two groups established guidelines as to what three-stripe designs would be considered uses of the Adidas trademark.
- Adidas also designs special balls for UEFA competitions.
- Puma is the third largest sportswear manufacturer in the world behind Nike and Adidas.
- They are wearing adidas soccer boots which for the first time feature removable studs.
- For the first time, adidas-Salomon AG exceeds DM 10 billion, with sales of DM 10,471 billion.
- In August adidas uses the Olympic Games in Athens as a platform for showcasing its brand once again.
- As in 2001, the adidas-Salomon share is once again the top performer in the DAX-30, Germany's leading stock index.
- Unconventional high jumper Dick Fosbury launches himself up and over in adidas footwear.
- The acquisition of Reebok will also allow Adidas to compete with Nike worldwide as the number two athletic shoemaker in the world.
- 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.
- The customizable footwear models are defined by Adidas.
- For over 80 years adidas has been part of the world of sports and fashion, delivering state-of-the-art athletic footwear.
- Lady Sovereign is an avid wearer of Adidas; it is the only kind of shoes that she wears.
- Runner-up Germany ofcourse also wears adidas The adidas Azteca, the world's first synthetic World Cup matchball, is introduced.
- Driven by a desire to help all athletes committed to performance, adidas manufactures equipment for what some consider "fringe sports".
- In 2007, Adidas announced through advertising, the future production of lacrosse equipment to include shafts, heads and possibly protective gear.
- The adidas EQUIPMENT Silverstream is the Official Matchball of the tournament.
- Under the CEO Robert Louis-Dreyfus, adidas is moving from being a manufacturing and sales based company to a marketing company.
- The world-famous Japanese designer Yohji Yamamoto is appointed as Creative Director of the new adidas Sport Style division.
- While acquiring a 10% stake in FC Bayern Munich AG, adidas renews its contract as official sponsor, supplier and licensee until 2010.
- 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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