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WFSGI president checks out Gold Coast
WFSGI president checks out Gold Coast

Making his first visit to the Gold Coast this week, Robbert de Kock was wearing two hats.

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NBN boosts sport access, report claims
NBN boosts sport access, report claims

Technology is changing the way Australians view and engage with their favourite sporting teams.

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Cool! Nike, adidas top surf brands
Cool! Nike, adidas top surf brands

Chasing the hearts and minds of youngsters is a fickle business, and no more so than in what they consider cool right now.

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ARU says junior numbers are growing
ARU says junior numbers are growing

Rugby union's governing body in Australia has "strongly rejected" findings from Roy Morgan research reporting plummeting levels of regular participation.

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Football and baseball up, union down
Football and baseball up, union down

The latest survey from Roy Morgan Research reinforces what sports retailers and sports clubs know - that fewer people are playing team sports.

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Apparel experts forecasts on activewear
Apparel experts forecasts on activewear

Experts from some of Australia's leading apparel companies have contributed to the activewear research project established by ASGA.

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Adding Aussie Spirit to Chicago Bandits
Adding Aussie Spirit to Chicago Bandits

Aussie Spirit girls will train with the Chicago Bandits, current US national fastpitch champions, in a deal signed by Softball Australia.

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Recovery footwear set to benefit all runners
Recovery footwear set to benefit all runners

Recovery footwear brand OOFOS is bringing all its technology and expertise to benefit Aussie runners.

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GPI building on firm fitness foundation
GPI building on firm fitness foundation

Jamie Gordon wins a vote of confidence from his team at GPI Sports and Fitness in Melbourne's Mulgrave where he is a talented General Manager.

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Aussie Open: oldies watch, young play
Aussie Open: oldies watch, young play

Australian Open tennis viewers are a different breed to Aussies who play tennis, reports the latest findings from Roy Morgan.

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Gender vital in online shopping styles
Gender vital in online shopping styles

Men and women are different, so the old song says - in how they shop in store and online as well as how they play sport and workout.

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Choice helps consumers choose their rashies
Choice helps consumers choose their rashies

Nothing if not topical, consumer group Choice put nine brands of rash vests to the test, and reports the results.

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Grabbing time first, exercise second
Grabbing time first, exercise second

Lack of time is making Aussies fatter and less fit - even though most Australians know we need to exercise more, many of us don't.

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Sports Power stores get great new look
Sports Power stores get great new look

SportsPower's top team gather to show the new shopfit and signage to "our optimistic members."

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Gen Z drive rise of activewear sales
Gen Z drive rise of activewear sales

Walk down just about any city street these days, and you're almost guaranteed to pass at least a few people in sportswear. So says Roy Morgan Research, tracking the rise in sales and dollar value of activewear.

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Jude: tips on how to fight Amazon
Jude: tips on how to fight Amazon

Keynoter for the Australian Sporting Goods Association annual event was eperienced retailer Gareth Jude.

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Intersport launches 'stunning' concept store
Intersport launches 'stunning' concept store

Intersport Australia opened its first concept store this month, with the team of long-time sports retailers thrilled with how it has turned out.

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Building blocks for a strong brand
Building blocks for a strong brand

A strong brand identity is more than just an attractive design. A brand's logo, tagline, colours, and characters - or distinctive assets - can work to help company and audience.

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Two decades, and red store sees a party
Two decades, and red store sees a party

Sportspower Bundaberg is celebrating 20 years in business in its Bourbong Street location, and with the same family owners.

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New faces, new plans for Madison Sport.
New faces, new plans for Madison Sport.

With the return of David Garozzo and changes in management for the Brisbane-based Madison Sport, the company has a new team and a new lease of life.

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'Great brands bring sense of community'
'Great brands bring sense of community'

People want communities in many aspects of their lives, says Sydney's Northern Beaches-based Home Grown Brands managing director John Axford.

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Cricket bats for new player records
Cricket bats for new player records

Cricket in Australia claims a record as "one of the most popular and highest participation sports with 1,311,184 playing around the nation last year."

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SRG Sports: 'good year, bright future'
SRG Sports: 'good year, bright future'

Celebrating "a good year and a bright future" was just one of the themes at SRG Sports conference, another was "customercentricity".

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Global brands battle to be top Rio dog
Global brands battle to be top Rio dog

The battle by athletes for medals in Rio is not the only Games war going on - brands are fighting it out too.

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Sportspower's two new brooms, big plans
Sportspower's two new brooms, big plans

Bringing a load of sports apparel and footwear wholesale experience and product development to his new sports retail career, Mark Delahunt is driving "a new look" as the industry changes.

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