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The school's well-publicized partnership with Phil Knight and Nike means that every season we are treated to some of the most widely-discussed and interesting looks in sports...This season is no different as the Ducks revealed their new look on
I'm not sure whether they are meant for tennis or running or walking or cheating at badminton, but they were durable enough to last one week before splitting at the top while I covered the Olympics in London...I wasn't sure about the price tag, so I
Sports-apparel retailer Foot Locker Inc. reported a 59% rise in second-quarter profit on strong sales and margins. The company has now logged 10 straight quarters of year-over-year sales and earnings growth helped by new products from Nike Inc.,
A Nike Olympics shirt bearing the words " Gold Digging" and the signature Swoosh logo has caused quite the stir as some observers claim the words have a sexist connotation. But is it really an offensive piece of clothing, or just a fun play on words?
Andy Katz reports that Kentucky is one of 16 schools that will participate in a two-tournament format in 2017 that will celebrate Phil Knight's 80th birthday. Excerpt: The two tournaments, each consisting of eight teams, would take place in Portland,
40pm Nike Olympic Gold Digging' Shirt Stirs Controversy Nike is in hot water over a new Olympics t-shirt they've released, especially since it's only being offered for women. The plain black shirt boldly states Gold Digger across the chest.
HEADLINES Adored by generations of Red Sox fans, Johnny Pesky was so much a part of Boston baseball that the... - 12:16 pm Sprague senior Kelsey Martin has verbally committed to play soccer at Northwest Nazarene in Nampa,... - 8:13 pm It was a
14 August 2012 It's intended to draw the attention of those who dream of one day achieving top Olympic honours. However, a new women's T-shirt by Nike that is emblazoned with the words Gold Digging, has offended rather than inspired...What's wrong
There's a legit problem in this world when a person doesn't have enough money to buy real underwear and resorts to wearing taped up grocery bags as fake Nike shoes, but still holds on to their overpriced iPad because of its stunning retina display.
27 The leftie professionally offended mob need to get over themselves...The reporter should look at this from a health point of a view and not one of vanity after all it is the media who applies pressure on everyone about being thin and equate being