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    Monday, July 25, 2016
  • Luxottica Group profits fall as Oakley integration costs continue and MAP hurts salesbicycleretailer.com - Luxottica Group's first half profits fell and the company has pulled back on its forecasts for the remainder of the year. The company said is continuing to integrate Oakley's wholesale and retail channels with the rest...
  • Friday, July 22, 2016
  • Accell Group reports record sales globally, but North American slump continuesbicycleretailer.com - Accell Group is reporting record revenues and profits in the first half of the year, despite a sales slump in North America. E-bike sales drove much of the increase. Electric bike sales now account for 43 percent of Ac...
  • The UCI and Santini renew historic partnershipbikebiz.com - The Union Cycliste Internationale and sportswear manufacturer Santini announced that they have renewed their partnership for four more years, until 2020. Santini will continue as official supplier of UCI World Cup leader jerse...
  • Shimano plans to make e-bikes indistinguishable from normal bikesbikeradar.com - E-bikes have evolved from clunky, clumsy add-on kits to relatively smoothly integrated systems. However, e-bikes are still pretty easy to tell apart from their solely human powered counterparts, but that’s set to change. T...
  • Foot Locker & Asics Sponsor Filmmaking Contest For NYC Marathonfootwearnews.com - For the second year in a row, Foot Locker and Asics will be collaborating on the “Real Lives. Real Runners” campaign. The announcement comes ahead of the 2016 TCS New York City Marathon on Nov. 6.
    How Skinny Are the Top Tour de France Riders, Really?outsideonline.com - In a race decided by seconds, weight matters. Why the fixation with being lean? It comes down to maximizing your power-to-weight ratio. The lighter rider will almost always be able to accelerate and drop their heavier co...
  • Thursday, July 21, 2016
  • How Running Surfaces and Speed Influences Your Risk of Injuryrunning.competitor.com - Despite innovations in shoe cushioning, training and sports science, the rate of running injuries hasn’t changed. One of the reasons for this unchanging rate is likely that each runner has a specific set of injury...
  • Skechers Misses Street’s Forecasts In Q2footwearnews.com - As market watchers had predicted, the second quarter proved to be a softer one for Skechers USA Inc. After the market close Thursday, the Manhattan Beach, Calif.-based brand posted earnings that fell below analysts’ alr...
  • An extreme triathlon is coming to Alaska next summer, and it’s already sold outadn.com - A triathlon that begins with a swim in Resurrection Bay and ends with not one but two runs up Mount Alyeska is coming to Alaska next summer. The Alaskaman Extreme Triathlon, an Ironman-length race from Seward to Bird Creek to Gird...
  • Playlists from the World’s Best Ultrarunnersoutsideonline.com - Technological empowerment brought by portable audio players would be especially welcome among those who run farther and longer than anyone else: elite-level ultrarunners. Here are a few of the sport’s best about when a...
  • Wednesday, July 20, 2016
  • WADA reinstates Rio Olympic drug-testing laboratorylatimes.com - The World Anti-Doping Agency said Wednesday it has reinstated the laboratory that will carry out drug testing for the Rio de Janeiro Olympics. The lab was shuttered last month for what WADA called "nonconformity with Internati...
  • The Tour de France Tears Up its Unwritten Rulebookwsj.com - Expanded TV coverage, declining age of riders and the outsize influence of sponsors have led to a startling and unintended consequence at this year’s Tour de France: The sport’s gentlemanly agreements are being dropped from th...
  • UK court orders Russia runner to repay London Marathon cashchicagotribune.com - A British court has ordered Russian marathon runner Liliya Shobukhova to repay prize and appearance money from the London race after being banned for doping. The judgment mandates Shobukhova to repay 377,961.62 pounds (...
  • Tuesday, July 19, 2016
  • Could Pokémon Go Be The Future of Running?running.competitor.com - A new craze has hit the running world which doesn’t involve getting a race T-shirt, a finisher’s medal or even paying an entry fee. Pokémon Go might seem like the latest smartphone app game craze but it’s als...
  • Team USA Minnesota Starts Search for New Head Coach; Dennis Barker Steps Down After 15 Years with the Teamrunningnetwork.com - Team USA Minnesota, a training group for professional distance runners based in Minneapolis/St. Paul, has begun a search for a new head coach. The position is available given the resignation this month of its long-time ...
  • Monday, July 18, 2016
  • Nike Appoints VP of Runningsportsonesource.com - Nike Inc. announced that Steve Lesnard will become VP, GM of global running, succeeding Patrick Seehafer who will become VP, Europe Merchandising.
    Damning report shows Russia covered up 26 positive doping tests in cyclingcyclingweekly.co.uk - The McLaren report into the alleged state-sponsored doping programme in Russia has revealed that 580 positive anti-doping tests were made to disappear, including 26 in cycling since 2012.
  • STYR Converts Health & Fitness Data into Customized Supplementssportsonesource.com - STYR Labs is bringing together activity tracking and nutrition supplement recommendation via kits that deliver personalized nutrition solutions. The company collects user data to create personalized multivitamins or pr...

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