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Janji is a running gear startup that supports ongoing clean water initiatives.

24 thoughtful and useful gifts for runners — according to an avid runner

These 24 items are thoughtful, practical gifts for runners of all kinds — as recommended by someone who used to average 40 miles a week.
Nike is focusing on going after customers in high-end retail experiences like the one pictured.

Nike is going into ‘battleship’ mode to launch itself to the top of the hot athletic apparel market

Nike's comeback plan could catapult the brand to the top of the hot athletic apparel market.

Adidas built a pop-up store that uses high-tech sensors and lasers to build you custom clothes

Adidas is testing out a new way to attract customers with a high-tech pop-up store in Germany.

A science-fiction dream shoe predicted in 1989 will finally go on sale in November

Self-lacing sneakers become a reality on November 28, when Nike releases the Hyperadapt 1.0.

Adidas has a new weapon to beat Nike

Adidas has just signed the "most significant partnership" between an athletic brand and a non-athlete in Kanye West.

Nike stock could do something unexpected before the Olympics

"Although many investors seem to view the Olympics as a positive catalyst for (Nike), the stock tends to react poorly heading into the event ..."

Lululemon founder says athleisure is over — now it’s all about ‘streetnic’

Lululemon founder Chip Wilson said that streetnic is the style that Lululemon sells.

America’s new attitude toward athletics is killing the sporting goods industry

On the heels of Sports Authority announcing that it's filing for bankruptcy, Dick's Sporting Goods has announced dismal results.

Adidas is working to fix a huge mistake it’s been making for decades

Adidas is fixing a weakness in its brand by zeroing in on women. It has taken multiple steps to gain traction.

Kate Hudson’s controversial company just took a major step to compete with Lululemon

Fabletics plans on opening brick and mortar stores over the next three to five years.