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Research: boom in running for women
Research: boom in running for women

Many more women are taking up running today and it is not only the young who are chasing new PBs in Saturday's ParkRun.

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Price: 'Making sport a positive for kids'
Price: 'Making sport a positive for kids'

Jennie Price came all the way to a chilly Sydney to talk about the biggest issue Sport England faces, reports Sportslink Editor Maggie Coleman.

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Research spells out what women really want
Research spells out what women really want

New research provides a "wake-up call" for women's activewear brands and retailers.

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Why you should sponsor athletes now
Why you should sponsor athletes now

Athlete sponsorship is not a donation, it's an investment that offers measurable commercial benefits.

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Research: men spend big on overseas sites
Research: men spend big on overseas sites

More than half Australia's online clothing dollars now stay local--but men are still buying more from overseas sites.

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Men's sports shoes: where from, how much
Men's sports shoes: where from, how much

Nearly 800,000 Aussies buy men's sports shoes in a four-week period, for many different sports, and this number is climbing.

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Research: Motion control shoes cut injuries
Research: Motion control shoes cut injuries

Research published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine has concluded that runners wearing motion control shoes are less likely to be injured.

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Getting kids,  oldies off the couch too
Getting kids, oldies off the couch too

Collecting the good oil on Australians and their health is an ongoing project for the ABS, the most recent survey being 2014-15.

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Retailer 'loves the challenge and people'
Retailer 'loves the challenge and people'

Truly a family business in Victoria's south west, SportsPower Portland is just one of three retail outlets owned and run by the Elijah family

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Selling to Adrenalina and Dietessa
Selling to Adrenalina and Dietessa

Often, women are not given good advice or taken seriously by sports retailers, says female sports consultant.

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SportsPower sees big, red and shiny
SportsPower sees big, red and shiny

It's all about elevating and differentiating our brand, so says SportsPower General Manager Sport, Terry Dopper.

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Part boxing, part pilates and part...fun
Part boxing, part pilates and part...fun

Always something new sweeping the fitness world, and this week it is Piloxing.

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Try harder, says national health report
Try harder, says national health report

Results from the 2014-15 National Health Survey shows Aussies need to try harder to be healthy and fit.

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Kettlebells the secret weapon for duo
Kettlebells the secret weapon for duo

Fitness coaches Jarrod Egan and Scott Taylor launch KettleFit, a strength and conditioning coaching business, defined by kettlebells and circuit training.

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Researchers to study female activewear trends
Researchers to study female activewear trends

Victoria University is to forecast the drivers and trends in Australia's female activewear market in an "exciting project."

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Aussie wetsuit brand scoops up finalist spot
Aussie wetsuit brand scoops up finalist spot

Aussie wetsuit brand Ink in Water is a finalist in the Ispo Brandnew competition and is sure to be a head-turner at the upcoming Munich trade show.

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Me-centric in the enchanted forest
Me-centric in the enchanted forest

Describing himself as an "insatiable business futurist" and a Transformation Provocateur, Morris Miselowski enthralled his industry audience.

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Rebel's big week: new concept store unveiled
Rebel's big week: new concept store unveiled

Rebel Sport is enjoying a big week, with the unveiling then opening of its new stadium concept store in Bondi.

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Study shows apparel fibre 'boosts performance'
Study shows apparel fibre 'boosts performance'

A Canadian university has shown that apparel emitting Far Infrared Radiation can decrease an athlete's oxygen consumption during competitive exercise.

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World cups make money for cricket, rugby
World cups make money for cricket, rugby

World Cups have scooped up the profits for organising bodies this year, and boosted ASICS profile as the global company partnered these two Aussie sides.

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SRG 'pleased' with sales growth in quarter
SRG 'pleased' with sales growth in quarter

Reporting on the first quarter for the Super Retail Group's three divisions, managing director Peter Birtles acknowledged solid sales performance.

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See Asian product without the airfares
See Asian product without the airfares

More than 450 apparel, accessories and textile suppliers from across Asia will showcase their products and services next month

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Dressing for action on the beach
Dressing for action on the beach

While you can dress to kill by the beach, female water lovers now also have a sea of choices when it comes to enjoying themselves in an active way too.

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Slinki: Our birthday but you get the present
Slinki: Our birthday but you get the present

Thirty years this month after the first issue of Sportslink, we're celebrating with a brand new platform for sporting goods and outdoor retailers.

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Intersport: growing group is 'Stronger Together'
Intersport: growing group is 'Stronger Together'

Stronger Together is Intersport Australia's direction for 2016 and the first anniversary get-together for members confirmed its truth.

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