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The Nike Explore Team Sport Research Lab is philosophically and physically at the heart of the NIKE, Inc. World Headquarters in Beaverton, Ore. It began as a small lab in Exeter, N.H. more than 30 years ago, and has grown into a a world-class research facility harnessing dedicated brainpower and state-of-the-science research equipment unequalled in the sporting goods industry. Carrying on the traditions of Nike’s original sport researcher Bill Bowerman the lab continues to deliver proven scientific insights that help drive performance innovations across the Nike brand.

Today, the lab employs more than 40 researchers, many of whom hold doctorates or master’s degrees in a wide range of scientific disciplines including biomechanics, physiology, biomedical engineering, mechanical engineering, physics, math, kinesiology and systems science. Combined, the team brings more than 250 years of sport research experience to NIKE, Inc.

The research lab is an integral part of the Nike Explore Team, whose mission is to drive product innovation for athletes everywhere. The lab fuels product innovation specifically through knowledge and insight gained from a scientific understanding of athletes and athletic performance. The research encompasses fundamental questions to unlock innovation, and builds on a knowledge base by tapping into insights from the world’s best athletes. Over the years, researchers have tested countless ideas in pursuit of aiding performance, reducing injury risk, enhancing perception and feel, and delivering innovative products to athletes. 

As a global hub of sport science knowledge, the sport research lab has established research partnerships with major universities and institutions throughout Asia, Europe and North America. These strategic partnerships, along with access to the world's best talent, tools and athletes, allow the lab to maintain cutting-edge science.




No athlete left behind. Not then, not now.

Adi Dassler rose from a humble shoemaker to a globally recognized game changer. His dedication, passion and attitude are still with us today.

Originally Adi was supposed to be a baker. Well, he decided against this and was rewarded with leaving quite a mark on sports history. The story about his rise from humble shoemaker to global game changer, entrepreneur and, eventually, founder of adidas, is well documented. The ideas, principles and the special attitude of this incredibly creative inventor are still with us today. In everything we do. It’s even fair to say that the principle he based his life and work on remains the foundation of our company: no athlete left behind. Welcome to adidas.

The Adi Dassler Story

Early beginnings in a wash kitchen

Adi Dassler’s simple yet brilliant idea was to provide each athlete with the best possible equipment to enable peak performances. This vision would change everything. His strong believe in it made him ignore his father’s idea that his son would make an excellent baker. Instead the very passionate athlete repurposed his mother’s tiny wash kitchen to follow his own dream. So, yes, we guess you could say that adidas was started in a wash kitchen.

Just like it always is with these stories when people found companies in random places or discover medical breakthroughs by accident, Adi had no idea how many sports he would help to revolutionise and that he would be involved in a football miracle. In 1954 adidas screw-in studs helped the German national team to win the Football World Cup final against Hungary – a team that seemed to stand head and shoulders above all other teams. How could he have guessed all of this when he sat for the first time in his mother’s wash kitchen? He wasn’t able to know that he was about to found a company that has become an integral part and driving force of today’s sports landscape.

His shoes have become iconic names in footwear history. The company he built and its 3-Stripes trademark are visible at almost every major sporting event around the world. His inventions are still being studied and quoted, examined and copied. At the core of it all is one simple desire: make the best for each athlete.

Not bad for a guy who was supposed to be a baker.

Adi Dassler's principle: Listening to the athletes

Horst Dassler

World Cup trophies, gold medals, world records

Since the “boss”, as his employees called him, passed away in 1978 at the age of 78, the company he founded has come a long, and sometimes painful, way. Just like a game of football, we have scored big, but also suffered setbacks. When Adi’s son Horst, who took over the business after his father’s death, made adidas a global leader in the sector of innovation in sports marketing, this certainly can be regarded as “scoring big”. On the other hand, a rather difficult transformation period at the beginning of the 1990s also influenced what we are today. But the most important thing is: when it counted, we remembered what we are made of. A testament to that: the comeback of the 3-Stripes in the early 1990s under Robert Louis-Dreyfus’ leadership. Adi Dassler’s principle helped adidas find its way.

At our core, Adi’s principle remains

No question that we have left that wash kitchen behind. We have changed and adapted. We succeeded and lost. We fell and stood back up. And in the end, we emerged as one of the most popular and best-known sporting goods companies in the world with a product range that extends from footwear and apparel to accessories for all kinds of different sports, a brand that impresses athletes just as much as fashion experts.

Our World Cup balls touch the Hand of God and make grown men cry, our performance footwear breaks world records and boosts the laws of energy, our fashion apparel dominates the catwalks of the world and the streets of the city. And at the core, we still provide the best for each athlete. Just like what that young man dreamt of when he entered that wash kitchen almost 100 years ago and changed the world of sports forever. And thanks to Adi Dassler’s passion and dedication, we look back on a history unlike any other in the industry; a history so rich and unique that we still base everything we do on that one founding thought.

Four words. So simple. No athlete left behind.

Welcome to adidas.




In 2013, PUMA created a newly unified Brand Platform that is rooted in the Sports DNA of the company, and which reconciles the Performance and Lifestyle segments of the PUMA brand. With this significant milestone, PUMA is moving away from its approach of pursuing two distinctive visions for each part of the business. Going forward, PUMA will be the Fastest Sports Brand in the World. This simplified mission results in the single brand positioning, purpose and a single message: “Forever Faster”. This statement, PUMA’s new tag line, reflects the 65 year history of making fast product designs for the fastest athletes on the planet.


PUMA’s products are the ultimate embodiment of the new brand strategy and the desire to produce the fastest products for the fastest athletes. Innovation efforts are developing lighter, more agile products with better fit and improvements in adaptation to the body in motion – both extending training times and delivering faster results when it counts. In addition to the “Forever Faster” innovation focus, the product priorities are delivering commerciality, beauty in design, and overall product responsiveness.


In line with PUMA’s current sales split between Wholesale and PUMA’s owned and operated Direct-to-Consumer business, a key priority for PUMA is to focus on desirable wholesale distribution, by shifting the balance from lower to higher-tier wholesale channels. The quality of the wholesale distribution will be improved by focusing on and working together with key accounts on joint product programs. Supported by significant marketing activities, this approach will lead to improved sell-through, driving increases in shelf-space at key wholesale accounts.



Kappa represents the fusion between sport and style.

  Established in Italy in 1967, Kappa stretches far across the globe and has articles in numerous sports.

  Kappa is the official sponsor in football, rugby, basketball, Formula 1, Rally, skiing, water sports, golf, fencing and martial arts and also many sport federations.

  Our logo "Omini" concept combines athletic performance with unique style imposed by those who take us.



 Reebok International Limited, part of the German company Adidas since 2005, is a manufacturer of sports footwear, clothing and accessories. The name comes from the African word rhebok, which is a species of antelope or gazelle. In 1890 in Holcombe Brook, a small village in the north east of Bolton, Great Manchester, Joseph William Foster was producing sports shoes and had the idea to revolutionize the field of producing running shoes (running). Later, his idea was developed and together with his sons founded the company called JW Foster and Sons in 1895.


In 1958, two of the founder's grandsons Joe and Jeff Foster renamed the company Reebok in the UK, after they found the name in a dictionary won by South African Joe Foster as a child. The company has kept the tradition imposed by the founder, namely the manufacture of high quality athletic footwear for customers throughout the UK.

In 1979, Paul Fireman, the official distributor of sporting goods in the US, saw a pair of Reebok shoes at an international trade fair profile and negotiated selling brand in the US

Headquartered in Canton, Massachusetts, with offices in Amsterdam (EMEA), Montreal (Canada), Hong Kong (Asia) and Mexico City (Latin America).