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September 17, 2017 
A man walks in front of the Reebok store at Bahrain City Center in Manama, Bahrain September 17, 2017.... 
Manama, Bahrain 
A man walks in front of the Reebok store at Bahrain City Center in Manama 
A man walks in front of the Reebok store at Bahrain City Center in Manama, Bahrain September 17, 2017. REUTERS/Hamad I Mohammed 
RUSSIA-RETAIL/
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April 25, 2016 
Boards with Reebok store logo are seen on a shopping center at the outlet village Belaya Dacha outside... 
Belaya Dacha, Russia 
Boards with Reebok store logo are seen on a shopping center at the outlet village Belaya Dacha outside... 
Boards with Reebok store logo are seen on a shopping center at the outlet village Belaya Dacha outside Moscow, Russia, April 23, 2016. REUTERS/Grigory Dukor 
RUSSIA-RETAIL/
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April 25, 2016 
A board with Reebok store logo is seen on a shopping center at the outlet village Belaya Dacha outside... 
Belaya Dacha, Russia 
A board with Reebok store logo is seen on a shopping center at the outlet village Belaya Dacha outside... 
A board with Reebok store logo is seen on a shopping center at the outlet village Belaya Dacha outside Moscow, Russia, April 23, 2016. REUTERS/Grigory Dukor 
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April 25, 2016 
Boards with Reebok store logo are seen on a shopping center at the outlet village Belaya Dacha outside... 
Belaya Dacha, Russia 
Boards with Reebok store logo are seen on a shopping center at the outlet village Belaya Dacha outside... 
Boards with Reebok store logo are seen on a shopping center at the outlet village Belaya Dacha outside Moscow, Russia, April 23, 2016. REUTERS/Grigory Dukor 
ADIDAS-REEBOK/
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September 02, 2015 
Crossfit sportsman Simon Mueller flips a tyre during a Reebok promotion event in Berlin, Germany, September... 
Berlin, Germany 
Crossfit sportsman Mueller flips a tyre during a Reebok promotion event in Berlin 
Crossfit sportsman Simon Mueller flips a tyre during a Reebok promotion event in Berlin, Germany, September 2, 2015. German sportswear firm Adidas is underlining its commitment to struggling U.S. brand Reebok by stepping up a major marketing campaign returns to its roots in the personal fitness business. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke
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September 02, 2015 
Crossfit sportsman Simon Mueller flips a tyre during a Reebok promotion event in Berlin, Germany, September... 
Berlin, Germany 
Crossfit sportsman Mueller flips a tyre during a Reebok promotion event in Berlin 
Crossfit sportsman Simon Mueller flips a tyre during a Reebok promotion event in Berlin, Germany, September 2, 2015. German sportswear firm Adidas is underlining its commitment to struggling U.S. brand Reebok by stepping up a major marketing campaign returns to its roots in the personal fitness business. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke
JAPAN-FASHION/
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April 15, 2015 
Australian model Miranda Kerr gestures during a promotional event for Reebok Skyscape shoes series, at... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Kerr gestures during a promotional event for Reebok Skyscape shoes series, at the Omotesando Hills in... 
Australian model Miranda Kerr gestures during a promotional event for Reebok Skyscape shoes series, at the Omotesando Hills in Tokyo, April 15, 2015. REUTERS/Issei Kato 
USA/
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September 06, 2013 
U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama (L-R), North America Reebok President Uli Becker and former NBA star Shaquille... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
U.S. First Lady Obama, North America Reebok President Becker and former NBA star O'Neal attend a back-to-school... 
U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama (L-R), North America Reebok President Uli Becker and former NBA star Shaquille O'Neal attend a back-to-school event at Orr Elementary School in Washington September 6, 2013. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SPORT EDUCATION BUSINESS) 
USA/
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September 06, 2013 
U.S. track and field Olympic champion Allyson Felix (L-R), Washington D.C. Public Schools Chancellor... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
U.S. track and field Olympic champion Felix, Washington D.C. Public Schools Chancellor Henderson, U.S.... 
U.S. track and field Olympic champion Allyson Felix (L-R), Washington D.C. Public Schools Chancellor Kaya Henderson, U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama, North America Reebok President Uli Becker and former NBA star Shaquille O'Neal attend a back-to-school event at Orr Elementary School in Washington September 6, 2013. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SPORT EDUCATION BUSINESS) 
ADIDAS-RESULTS/
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March 07, 2013 
Adidas golf shoes "Adizero" are pictured during the company's annual news conference in Herzogenaurach... 
Herzogenaurach, Germany 
Adidas golf shoes "Adizero" are pictured during the company's annual news conference in Herzogenaurach... 
Adidas golf shoes "Adizero" are pictured during the company's annual news conference in Herzogenaurach March 7, 2013. Adidas, the world's second largest sports apparel firm, reported an unexpected loss in the fourth quarter due to writedowns linked to the weak performance of its struggling Reebok brand in the United States and Latin America. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS) 
ADIDAS-RESULTS/
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March 07, 2013 
The Adidas logo is pictured on a shirt during the company's annual news conference in Herzogenaurach... 
Herzogenaurach, Germany 
The Adidas logo is pictured on a shirt during the company's annual news conference in Herzogenaurach 
The Adidas logo is pictured on a shirt during the company's annual news conference in Herzogenaurach March 7, 2013. Adidas, the world's second largest sports apparel firm, reported an unexpected loss in the fourth quarter due to writedowns linked to the weak performance of its struggling Reebok brand in the United States and Latin America. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS) 
ADIDAS-RESULTS/
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March 07, 2013 
Herbert Hainer, chief executive officer of Adidas, the world's second largest sports apparel firm, attends... 
Herzogenaurach, Germany 
Hainer, chief executive officer of Adidas, attends the company's annual news conference in Herzogenaurach... 
Herbert Hainer, chief executive officer of Adidas, the world's second largest sports apparel firm, attends the company's annual news conference in Herzogenaurach March 7, 2013. Adidas reported an unexpected loss in the fourth quarter, with results hit by writedowns linked to the weak performance of Reebok. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS) 
ADIDAS-RESULTS/
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March 07, 2013 
Herbert Hainer, chief executive officer of Adidas, the world's second largest sports apparel firm, poses... 
Herzogenaurach, Germany 
Hainer, chief executive officer of Adidas, poses before the company's annual news conference in Herzogenaurach... 
Herbert Hainer, chief executive officer of Adidas, the world's second largest sports apparel firm, poses before the company's annual news conference in Herzogenaurach March 7, 2013. Adidas reported an unexpected loss in the fourth quarter due to writedowns linked to the weak performance of its struggling Reebok brand in the United States and Latin America. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS) 
ADIDAS-RESULTS/
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March 07, 2013 
The new Adidas shoe "boost" is presented during the company's annual news conference in Herzogenaurach... 
Herzogenaurach, Germany 
The new Adidas shoe "boost" is presented during the company's annual news conference in Herzogenaurach... 
The new Adidas shoe "boost" is presented during the company's annual news conference in Herzogenaurach March 7, 2013. Adidas, the world's second largest sports apparel firm, reported an unexpected loss in the fourth quarter due to writedowns linked to the weak performance of its struggling Reebok brand in the United States and Latin America. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS) 
ADIDAS-RESULTS/
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March 07, 2013 
The new Adidas shoe "boost" is presented during the company's annual news conference in Herzogenaurach... 
Herzogenaurach, Germany 
The new Adidas shoe "boost" is presented during the company's annual news conference in Herzogenaurach... 
The new Adidas shoe "boost" is presented during the company's annual news conference in Herzogenaurach March 7, 2013. Adidas, the world's second largest sports apparel firm, reported an unexpected loss in the fourth quarter due to writedowns linked to the weak performance of its struggling Reebok brand in the United States and Latin America. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS) 
ADIDAS-RESULTS/
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March 07, 2013 
Herbert Hainer (L), chief executive officer of Adidas, the world's second largest sports apparel firm,... 
Herzogenaurach, Germany 
Hainer, chief executive officer of Adidas, and Chief Financial Officer Stalker attend the company's annual... 
Herbert Hainer (L), chief executive officer of Adidas, the world's second largest sports apparel firm, and Chief Financial Officer Robin Stalker (C) attend the company's annual news conference in Herzogenaurach March 7, 2013. Adidas reported an unexpected loss in the fourth quarter, with results hit by writedowns linked to the weak performance of Reebok. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS) 
ADIDAS-RESULTS/
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March 07, 2013 
Herbert Hainer (L), chief executive officer of Adidas, the world's second largest sports apparel firm,... 
Herzogenaurach, Germany 
Hainer, chief executive officer of Adidas, and Chief Financial Officer Stalker attend the company's annual... 
Herbert Hainer (L), chief executive officer of Adidas, the world's second largest sports apparel firm, and Chief Financial Officer Robin Stalker attend the company's annual news conference in Herzogenaurach March 7, 2013. Adidas reported an unexpected loss in the fourth quarter, with results hit by writedowns linked to the weak performance of Reebok. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS) 
ADIDAS-RESULTS/
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March 07, 2013 
Herbert Hainer, chief executive officer of Adidas, the world's second largest sports apparel firm, poses... 
Herzogenaurach, Germany 
Hainer, chief executive officer of Adidas, poses before the company's annual news conference in Herzogenaurach... 
Herbert Hainer, chief executive officer of Adidas, the world's second largest sports apparel firm, poses before the company's annual news conference in Herzogenaurach March 7, 2013. Adidas reported an unexpected loss in the fourth quarter due to writedowns linked to the weak performance of its struggling Reebok brand in the United States and Latin America. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS) 
ADIDAS-RESULTS/
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March 07, 2013 
Herbert Hainer, chief executive officer of Adidas, the world's second largest sports apparel firm, poses... 
Herzogenaurach, Germany 
Hainer, chief executive officer of Adidas, poses before the company's annual news conference in Herzogenaurach... 
Herbert Hainer, chief executive officer of Adidas, the world's second largest sports apparel firm, poses before the company's annual news conference in Herzogenaurach March 7, 2013. Adidas reported an unexpected loss in the fourth quarter due to writedowns linked to the weak performance of its struggling Reebok brand in the United States and Latin America. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS) 
ADIDAS-RESULTS/
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March 07, 2013 
Herbert Hainer, chief executive officer of Adidas, the world's second largest sports apparel firm, poses... 
Herzogenaurach, Germany 
Hainer, chief executive officer of Adidas, poses before the company's annual news conference in Herzogenaurach... 
Herbert Hainer, chief executive officer of Adidas, the world's second largest sports apparel firm, poses before the company's annual news conference in Herzogenaurach March 7, 2013. Adidas, the world's second largest sports apparel firm, reported an unexpected loss in the fourth quarter due to writedowns linked to the weak performance of its struggling Reebok brand in the United States and Latin America. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS) 
ADIDAS-RESULTS/
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March 07, 2013 
Herbert Hainer, chief executive officer of Adidas, the world's second largest sports apparel firm, pauses... 
Herzogenaurach, Germany 
Herbert Hainer, chief executive officer of Adidas, pauses during the company's annual news conference... 
Herbert Hainer, chief executive officer of Adidas, the world's second largest sports apparel firm, pauses during the company's annual news conference in Herzogenaurach March 7, 2013. Adidas reported an unexpected loss in the fourth quarter due to writedowns linked to the weak performance of its struggling Reebok brand in the United States and Latin America. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS) 
ADIDAS-RESULTS/
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March 07, 2013 
Herbert Hainer (L), chief executive officer of Adidas, the world's second largest sports apparel firm,... 
Herzogenaurach, Germany 
Hainer, chief executive officer of Adidas, and Chief Financial Officer Stalker attend the company's annual... 
Herbert Hainer (L), chief executive officer of Adidas, the world's second largest sports apparel firm, and Chief Financial Officer Robin Stalker (R) attend the company's annual news conference in Herzogenaurach March 7, 2013. Adidas reported an unexpected loss in the fourth quarter, with results hit by writedowns linked to the weak performance of Reebok. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS) 
ADIDAS-RESULTS/
RTR3EOIR 
March 07, 2013 
Herbert Hainer, chief executive officer of Adidas, the world's second largest sports apparel firm, pauses... 
Herzogenaurach, Germany 
Hainer, chief executive officer of Adidas pauses during the company's annual news conference in Herzogenaurach... 
Herbert Hainer, chief executive officer of Adidas, the world's second largest sports apparel firm, pauses during the company's annual news conference in Herzogenaurach March 7, 2013. Adidas, the world's second largest sports apparel firm, reported an unexpected loss in the fourth quarter, with results hit by writedowns linked to the weak performance of Reebok. REUTERS/Michael Dalder(GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS HEADSHOT) 
ADIDAS-RESULTS/
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November 08, 2012 
File photo of Adidas shoes are piled up in a display window at the new Adidas Brand Center store, the... 
Beijing, China 
File photo of Adidas shoes are piled up in a display window at the new Adidas Brand Center store in Beijing... 
File photo of Adidas shoes are piled up in a display window at the new Adidas Brand Center store, the world's largest of its kind, in Beijing July 3, 2008. Germany's Adidas trimmed its 2012 sales forecast November 8, 2012, due to weaker-than-expected business at its Reebok and Rockport brands, as it met third-quarter profit forecasts. The world's second-largest sportswear firm after Nike said it now expected 2012 sales to increase by a high single-digit percent, compared with its previous forecast for a rise of almost 10 percent. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV/Files (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS SPORT) 
GERMANY/
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March 07, 2012 
CFO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Robin Stalker arrives for the company's annual news conference... 
Herzogenaurach, Germany 
CFO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Stalker arrives for annual news conference in Herzogenaurach... 
CFO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Robin Stalker arrives for the company's annual news conference in the northern Bavarian town of Herzogenaurach March 7, 2012. Adidas, which also owns the Reebok brand, confirmed a forecast for earnings per share to rise by between 10 and 15 percent to around 3.52-3.68 euros in 2012, equivalent to net income of 736-770 million euros. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS HEADSHOT) 
GERMANY/
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March 07, 2012 
CEO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Herbert Hainer (R) and Chief Financial Officer Robin Stalker... 
Herzogenaurach, Germany 
CEO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Hainer and CFO Stalker pose with soccer ball before annual... 
CEO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Herbert Hainer (R) and Chief Financial Officer Robin Stalker pose with a soccer ball before the company's annual news conference in the northern Bavarian town of Herzogenaurach March 7, 2012. Adidas, which also owns the Reebok brand, confirmed a forecast for earnings per share to rise by between 10 and 15 percent to around 3.52-3.68 euros in 2012, equivalent to net income of 736-770 million euros. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS) 
GERMANY/
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March 07, 2012 
A shoe and a soccer ball by German sporting goods maker are pictured before the company's annual news... 
Herzogenaurach, Germany 
Shoe and soccer ball by German sporting goods maker are pictured before annual news conference in Herzogenaurach... 
A shoe and a soccer ball by German sporting goods maker are pictured before the company's annual news conference in the northern Bavarian town of Herzogenaurach March 7, 2012. Adidas, which also owns the Reebok brand, confirmed a forecast for earnings per share to rise by between 10 and 15 percent to around 3.52-3.68 euros in 2012, equivalent to net income of 736-770 million euros. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS) 
GERMANY/
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March 07, 2012 
Different shoes and a soccer ball by German sporting goods maker are pictured before the company's annual... 
Herzogenaurach, Germany 
Different shoes and soccer ball by German sporting goods maker are pictured before annual news conference... 
Different shoes and a soccer ball by German sporting goods maker are pictured before the company's annual news conference in the northern Bavarian town of Herzogenaurach March 7, 2012. Adidas, which also owns the Reebok brand, confirmed a forecast for earnings per share to rise by between 10 and 15 percent to around 3.52-3.68 euros in 2012, equivalent to net income of 736-770 million euros. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS) 
GERMANY/
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March 07, 2012 
CEO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Herbert Hainer arrives for the company's annual news conference... 
Herzogenaurach, Germany 
CEO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Hainer arrives for annual news conference in Herzogenaurach... 
CEO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Herbert Hainer arrives for the company's annual news conference in the northern Bavarian town of Herzogenaurach March 7, 2012. Adidas, which also owns the Reebok brand, confirmed a forecast for earnings per share to rise by between 10 and 15 percent to around 3.52-3.68 euros in 2012, equivalent to net income of 736-770 million euros. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS) 
GERMANY/
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March 07, 2012 
CEO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Herbert Hainer poses with a soccer ball before the company's... 
Herzogenaurach, Germany 
CEO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Hainer poses with soccer ball before annual news conference... 
CEO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Herbert Hainer poses with a soccer ball before the company's annual news conference in the northern Bavarian town of Herzogenaurach March 7, 2012. Adidas, which also owns the Reebok brand, confirmed a forecast for earnings per share to rise by between 10 and 15 percent to around 3.52-3.68 euros in 2012, equivalent to net income of 736-770 million euros. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS) 
GERMANY/
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March 07, 2012 
CEO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Herbert Hainer poses with a soccer ball before the company's... 
Herzogenaurach, Germany 
CEO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Hainer poses with soccer ball before annual news conference... 
CEO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Herbert Hainer poses with a soccer ball before the company's annual news conference in the northern Bavarian town of Herzogenaurach March 7, 2012. Adidas, which also owns the Reebok brand, confirmed a forecast for earnings per share to rise by between 10 and 15 percent to around 3.52-3.68 euros in 2012, equivalent to net income of 736-770 million euros. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS) 
GERMANY/
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March 07, 2012 
CEO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Herbert Hainer throws a soccer ball before the company's annual... 
Herzogenaurach, Germany 
CEO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Hainer throws soccer ball before annual news conference in... 
CEO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Herbert Hainer throws a soccer ball before the company's annual news conference in the northern Bavarian town of Herzogenaurach March 7, 2012. Adidas, which also owns the Reebok brand, confirmed a forecast for earnings per share to rise by between 10 and 15 percent to around 3.52-3.68 euros in 2012, equivalent to net income of 736-770 million euros. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS) 
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March 07, 2012 
CEO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Herbert Hainer arrives for the company's annual news conference... 
Herzogenaurach, Germany 
CEO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Hainer arrives for annual news conference in Herzogenaurach... 
CEO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Herbert Hainer arrives for the company's annual news conference in the northern Bavarian town of Herzogenaurach March 7, 2012. Adidas, which also owns the Reebok brand, confirmed a forecast for earnings per share to rise by between 10 and 15 percent to around 3.52-3.68 euros in 2012, equivalent to net income of 736-770 million euros. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS HEADSHOT) 
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March 07, 2012 
CEO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Herbert Hainer speaks during the company's annual news conference... 
Herzogenaurach, Germany 
CEO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Hainer speaks during annual news conference in Herzogenaurach... 
CEO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Herbert Hainer speaks during the company's annual news conference in the northern Bavarian town of Herzogenaurach March 7, 2012. Adidas, which also owns the Reebok brand, confirmed a forecast for earnings per share to rise by between 10 and 15 percent to around 3.52-3.68 euros in 2012, equivalent to net income of 736-770 million euros. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS HEADSHOT) 
GERMANY/
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March 07, 2012 
CEO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Herbert Hainer speaks during the company's annual news conference... 
Herzogenaurach, Germany 
CEO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Hainer speaks during annual news conference in Herzogenaurach... 
CEO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Herbert Hainer speaks during the company's annual news conference in the northern Bavarian town of Herzogenaurach March 7, 2012. Adidas, which also owns the Reebok brand, confirmed a forecast for earnings per share to rise by between 10 and 15 percent to around 3.52-3.68 euros in 2012, equivalent to net income of 736-770 million euros. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS HEADSHOT) 
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March 07, 2012 
CEO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Herbert Hainer arrives for the company's annual news conference... 
Herzogenaurach, Germany 
CEO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Hainer arrives for annual news conference in Herzogenaurach... 
CEO of German sporting goods maker Adidas Herbert Hainer arrives for the company's annual news conference in the northern Bavarian town of Herzogenaurach March 7, 2012. Adidas, which also owns the Reebok brand, confirmed a forecast for earnings per share to rise by between 10 and 15 percent to around 3.52-3.68 euros in 2012, equivalent to net income of 736-770 million euros. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS HEADSHOT) 
GERMANY/
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March 07, 2012 
Different shoes by German sporting goods maker Adidas are pictured before the company's annual news conference... 
Herzogenaurach, Germany 
Different shoes by German sporting goods maker Adidas are pictured before annual news conference in Herzogenaurach... 
Different shoes by German sporting goods maker Adidas are pictured before the company's annual news conference in the northern Bavarian town of Herzogenaurach March 7, 2012. Adidas, which also owns the Reebok brand, confirmed a forecast for earnings per share to rise by between 10 and 15 percent to around 3.52-3.68 euros in 2012, equivalent to net income of 736-770 million euros. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS) 
NFL/
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October 04, 2009 
A Denver Broncos player wears pink cleats in recognition of breast cancer awareness month before competing... 
Denver, UNITED STATES 
A Denver Broncos player wears pink cleats in recognition of breast cancer awareness month before competing... 
A Denver Broncos player wears pink cleats in recognition of breast cancer awareness month before competing against the Dallas Cowboys in their NFL football game in Denver October 4, 2009. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES SPORT FOOTBALL) 
USA/
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June 10, 2008 
The Reebok Reverse Jam Monopoly shoe is seen on display outside the Hasbro toy companies booth at the... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
The Reebok Reverse Jam Monopoly shoe is seen on display outside the Hasbro toy companies booth at the... 
The Reebok Reverse Jam Monopoly shoe is seen on display outside the Hasbro toy companies booth at the 2008 Licensing International Expo in New York, June 10, 2008. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES) 
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March 07, 2007 
Herbert Hainer, CEO of Adidas Group, reacts during the annual news conference in Herzogenaurach March... 
Herzogenaurach, Germany 
Hainer CEO of Adidas reacts during the annual news conference in Herzogenaurach 
Herbert Hainer, CEO of Adidas Group, reacts during the annual news conference in Herzogenaurach March 7, 2007. Adidas, the world's second-biggest sport goods maker, said its 2006 sales grew 52 percent, boosted by the soccer World Cup in Germany and the purchase of Reebok in the United States. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY) 
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March 07, 2007 
Herbert Hainer, CEO of Adidas Group, addresses the media during the annual news conference in Herzogenaurach... 
Herzogenaurach, Germany 
Hainer CEO of Adidas addresses the media during the annual news conference in Herzogenaurach 
Herbert Hainer, CEO of Adidas Group, addresses the media during the annual news conference in Herzogenaurach March 7, 2007. Adidas, the world's second-biggest sport goods maker, said its 2006 sales grew 52 percent, boosted by the soccer World Cup in Germany and the purchase of Reebok in the United States. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY) 
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March 07, 2007 
Herbert Hainer, CEO of Adidas Group, addresses the media during the annual news conference in Herzogenaurach... 
Herzogenaurach, Germany 
Hainer CEO of Adidas addresses the media during the annual news conference in Herzogenaurach 
Herbert Hainer, CEO of Adidas Group, addresses the media during the annual news conference in Herzogenaurach March 7, 2007. Adidas, the world's second-biggest sport goods maker, said its 2006 sales grew 52 percent, boosted by the soccer World Cup in Germany and the purchase of Reebok in the United States. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY) 
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March 07, 2007 
Herbert Hainer, CEO of Adidas Group, gestures during the annual news conference in Herzogenaurach March... 
Herzogenaurach, Germany 
Hainer CEO of Adidas gestures during the annual news conference in Herzogenaurach 
Herbert Hainer, CEO of Adidas Group, gestures during the annual news conference in Herzogenaurach March 7, 2007. Adidas, the world's second-biggest sport goods maker, said its 2006 sales grew 52 percent, boosted by the soccer World Cup in Germany and the purchase of Reebok in the United States. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY) 
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March 07, 2007 
Herbert Hainer, CEO of Adidas Group, addresses the media during the annual news conference in Herzogenaurach... 
Herzogenaurach, Germany 
Hainer CEO of Adidas addresses the media during the annual news conference in Herzogenaurach 
Herbert Hainer, CEO of Adidas Group, addresses the media during the annual news conference in Herzogenaurach March 7, 2007. Adidas, the world's second-biggest sport goods maker, said its 2006 sales grew 52 percent, boosted by the soccer World Cup in Germany and the purchase of Reebok in the United States. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY) 
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March 07, 2007 
Herbert Hainer, CEO of Adidas Group, addresses the media during the annual news conference in Herzogenaurach... 
Herzogenaurach, Germany 
Hainer CEO of Adidas addresses the media during the annual news conference in Herzogenaurach 
Herbert Hainer, CEO of Adidas Group, addresses the media during the annual news conference in Herzogenaurach March 7, 2007. Adidas, the world's second-biggest sport goods maker, said its 2006 sales grew 52 percent, boosted by the soccer World Cup in Germany and the purchase of Reebok in the United States. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY) 
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March 07, 2007 
Herbert Hainer, CEO of Adidas Group, poses for the media before the annual news conference in Herzogenaurach... 
Herzogenaurach, Germany 
Hainer CEO of Adidas poses for the media before the annual news conference in Herzogenaurach 
Herbert Hainer, CEO of Adidas Group, poses for the media before the annual news conference in Herzogenaurach March 7, 2007. Adidas, the world's second-biggest sport goods maker, said its 2006 sales grew 52 percent, boosted by the soccer World Cup in Germany and the purchase of Reebok in the United States. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY) 
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March 07, 2007 
Herbert Hainer, CEO of Adidas Group, plays with a soccer ball before the annual news conference in Herzogenaurach... 
Herzogenaurach, Germany 
Hainer CEO of Adidas plays with a soccer ball before the annual news conference in Herzogenaurach 
Herbert Hainer, CEO of Adidas Group, plays with a soccer ball before the annual news conference in Herzogenaurach March 7, 2007. Adidas, the world's second-biggest sport goods maker, said its 2006 sales grew 52 percent, boosted by the soccer World Cup in Germany and the purchase of Reebok in the United States. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY) 
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March 07, 2007 
Herbert Hainer, CEO of Adidas Group, plays with a soccer ball before the annual news conference in Herzogenaurach... 
Herzogenaurach, Germany 
Hainer CEO of Adidas plays with a soccer ball before the annual news conference in Herzogenaurach 
Herbert Hainer, CEO of Adidas Group, plays with a soccer ball before the annual news conference in Herzogenaurach March 7, 2007. Adidas, the world's second-biggest sport goods maker, said its 2006 sales grew 52 percent, boosted by the soccer World Cup in Germany and the purchase of Reebok in the United States. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY) 
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Herbert Hainer, chairman and chief executive of Adidas-Salomon, attends a news conference with Paul Fireman,... 
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Herbert Hainer, chairman and chief executive of Adidas-Salomon, attends a news conference with Paul Fireman, chairman and chief executive of Reebok, at Reebok's world headquarters in Canton, Massachusetts August 9, 2005. [Germany's sporting goods maker Adidas-Salomon has agreed to buy U.S. rival Reebok for $3.8 billion, closing the gap on Nike and promising a profit jump by expanding in the United States and entering new markets.] 
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August 09, 2005 
Paul Fireman (L), chairman and chief executive of of Reebok, and Herbert Hainer, chairman and chief executive... 
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Paul Fireman (L), chairman and chief executive of of Reebok, and Herbert Hainer, chairman and chief ..... 
Paul Fireman (L), chairman and chief executive of of Reebok, and Herbert Hainer, chairman and chief executive of Adidas-Salomon, attends a news conference at Reebok's world headquarters in Canton, Massachusetts August 9, 2005. [Germany's sporting goods maker Adidas-Salomon has agreed to buy U.S. rival Reebok for $3.8 billion, closing the gap on Nike and promising a profit jump by expanding in the United States and entering new markets.] 
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August 09, 2005 
Paul Fireman (L), chairman and chief executive of of Reebok, and Herbert Hainer, chairman and chief executive... 
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Reebok and Adidas CEOs attend news conference at Reebok's world headquarters in Canton, Massachusetts.... 
Paul Fireman (L), chairman and chief executive of of Reebok, and Herbert Hainer, chairman and chief executive of Adidas-Salomon, attends a news conference at Reebok's world headquarters in Canton, Massachusetts August 9, 2005. Germany's sporting goods maker Adidas-Salomon has agreed to buy U.S. rival Reebok for $3.8 billion, closing the gap on Nike and promising a profit jump by expanding in the United States and entering new markets. REUTERS/Brian Snyder BS/KI 
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August 09, 2005 
Paul Fireman, Chairman and chief executive of Reebok, answers a question from a reporter at a news conference... 
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Reebok CEO Fireman answers question at a news conference with Adidas CEO Hainer in Canton, Massachusetts.... 
Paul Fireman, Chairman and chief executive of Reebok, answers a question from a reporter at a news conference with Herbert Hainer (not pictured), chairman and chief executive of Adidas-Salomon at Reebok's world headquarters in Canton, Massachusetts August 9, 2005. Germany's sporting goods maker Adidas-Salomon has agreed to buy U.S. rival Reebok for $3.8 billion, closing the gap on Nike and promising a profit jump by expanding in the United States and entering new markets. REUTERS/Brian Snyder BS/KI 
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August 09, 2005 
Herbert Hainer (L), Chairman and CEO of Adidas-Salomon, and Paul Fireman, Chairman and CEO of Reebok,... 
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Reebok and Adidas CEOs tour world headquarters of Reebok. 
Herbert Hainer (L), Chairman and CEO of Adidas-Salomon, and Paul Fireman, Chairman and CEO of Reebok, tour Reebok's world headquarters in Canton, Massachusetts August 9, 2005. Germany's sporting goods maker Adidas-Salomon has agreed to buy U.S. rival Reebok for $3.8 billion, closing the gap on Nike and promising a profit jump by expanding in the United States and entering new markets. REUTERS/Brian Snyder BS/AH 
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August 09, 2005 
Hainer, chairman and CEO of Adidas-Salomon, listens to a question during a news conference in Canton,... 
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Hainer, chairman and CEO of Adidas-Salomon, listens to a question during a news conference in Canton,... 
Hainer, chairman and CEO of Adidas-Salomon, listens to a question during a news conference in Canton, Massachusetts. Herbert Hainer, chairman and chief executive of Adidas-Salomon, listens to a question during a news conference with Paul Fireman, chairman and chief executive of Reebok, (not pictured) at Reebok's world headquarters in Canton, Massachusetts August 9, 2005. Germany's sporting goods maker Adidas-Salomon has agreed to buy U.S. rival Reebok for $3.8 billion, closing the gap on Nike and promising a profit jump by expanding in the United States and entering new markets. REUTERS/Brian Snyder 
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August 09, 2005 
Paul Fireman (L), chairman and chief executive of Reebok, and Herbert Hainer, chairman and chief executive... 
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Reebok and Adidas-Salomon CEO's tour Reebok's world headquarters in Canton, Massachusetts. 
Paul Fireman (L), chairman and chief executive of Reebok, and Herbert Hainer, chairman and chief executive of Adidas-Salomon, looks at a photograph of Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling during a tour of Reebok's world headquarters in Canton, Massachusetts August 9, 2005. Germany's sporting goods maker Adidas-Salomon has agreed to buy U.S. rival Reebok for $3.8 billion, closing the gap on Nike and promising a profit jump by expanding in the United States and entering new markets. REUTERS/Brian Snyder BS/KI 
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Adidas chief executive Hainer speaks during a news conference with Reebok chief executive Fireman in... 
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Adidas chief executive Hainer speaks during a news conference with Reebok chief executive Fireman in... 
Adidas chief executive Hainer speaks during a news conference with Reebok chief executive Fireman in Canton, Massachusetts. Herbert Hainer, chairman and chief executive of Adidas-Salomon, speaks during a news conference with Paul Fireman, chairman and chief executive of Reebok, (not pictured) at Reebok's world headquarters in Canton, Massachusetts August 9, 2005. Germany's sporting goods maker Adidas-Salomon has agreed to buy U.S. rival Reebok for $3.8 billion, closing the gap on Nike and promising a profit jump by expanding in the United States and entering new markets. REUTERS/Brian Snyder 
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August 09, 2005 
Paul Fireman (L), chairman and chief executive of Reebok, and Herbert Hainer, chairman and chief executive... 
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Reebok and Adidas CEOs tour Reebok world headquarters in Canton, Massachusetts. 
Paul Fireman (L), chairman and chief executive of Reebok, and Herbert Hainer, chairman and chief executive of Adidas-Salomon, tour Reebok's world headquarters in Canton, Massachusetts August 9, 2005. Germany's sporting goods maker Adidas-Salomon has agreed to buy U.S. rival Reebok for $3.8 billion, closing the gap on Nike and promising a profit jump by expanding in the United States and entering new markets. REUTERS/Brian Snyder BS/FA 
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August 09, 2005 
Herbert Hainer, chairman and chief executive of Adidas-Salomon, attends a news conference with Paul Fireman,... 
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Adidas chief executive Hainer smiles during news conference at Reebok headquarters in Canton. 
Herbert Hainer, chairman and chief executive of Adidas-Salomon, attends a news conference with Paul Fireman, chairman and chief executive of Reebok, at Reebok's world headquarters in Canton, Massachusetts August 9, 2005. Germany's sporting goods maker Adidas-Salomon has agreed to buy U.S. rival Reebok for $3.8 billion, closing the gap on Nike and promising a profit jump by expanding in the United States and entering new markets. REUTERS/Brian Snyder BS/FA 
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Paul Fireman (L), chairman and chief executive of of Reebok, and Herbert Hainer, chairman and chief executive... 
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Reebok and Adidas chiefs attend news conference at Reebok's world headquarters in Canton, Massachusetts.... 
Paul Fireman (L), chairman and chief executive of of Reebok, and Herbert Hainer, chairman and chief executive of Adidas-Salomon, attends a news conference at Reebok's world headquarters in Canton, Massachusetts August 9, 2005. Germany's sporting goods maker Adidas-Salomon has agreed to buy U.S. rival Reebok for $3.8 billion, closing the gap on Nike and promising a profit jump by expanding in the United States and entering new markets. REUTERS/Brian Snyder BS/FA 
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A Reebok shoe is displayed in a shop under a giant Adidas logo in Taipei August 4, 2005. Adidas-Salomon... 
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Reebok shoe is displayed in shop under giant Adidas logo in Taipei. 
A Reebok shoe is displayed in a shop under a giant Adidas logo in Taipei August 4, 2005. Adidas-Salomon plans to buy Reebok for 3.1 billion euros ($3.8 billion), merging the top two customers of Yue Yuen Industrial (Holdings), a unit of Taiwan's Pou Chen Corp. CPROD REUTERS/Jameson Wu TW/TY 
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