Athleta, based in Petaluma, CA, will move its offices to join owner Gap Inc. in San Francisco come early 2017.

Cycling Sports Group, which owns the Cannondale, GT and Schwinn bike brands and Sugoi apparel brands, appointed Henning Schroeder to Global VP of Product, Engineering and Marketing, along with David Guzik to Global VP of Engineering and Brian Immel to Global VP of Marketing.

Fila Korea Ltd. shared plans to build a new apparel development center in China and take steps to drive global sales of its Fila Heritage line in the years ahead.

Good Sportsman Marketing, a Dallas-based hunting accessories platform operated by Huron Capital Partners LLC, acquired HME Products LLC.

Hilary Swank launched her own luxury activewear brand, Mission Statement.

Honey Stinger inked deals with four NCAA universities for the 2016/17 school year, including the University of Denver, Colorado State University, the University of Wyoming and Southern Methodist University.

In-Shape Health Clubs’ Founder Paul Rothbard will step down from CEO after 25 years in the post. Rich Nelsen, most recently a senior executive at Starbucks, will replace Rothbard December 1.

New Balance signed new ambassador Jürgen Klopp, the coach of Liverpool FC.

Nike Founders Phil and Peggy Knight donated a $500 million lead gift for the University of Oregon to build a Campus for Accelerating Scientific Impact.

Nike’s self-lacing Mag sneakers have raised $6.75 million for The Michael J. Fox Foundation.

Pinarello confirmed reports that it’s on the sales block. LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton SE, the parent company to luxury brands Louis Vuitton, Fendi, Dior and others, is reportedly an interested buyer.

Polar welcomed world-renowned runners Molly Huddle and Kate Grace to its team.

Reebok appointed Thomas Steinbrück as its new Creative Director. The company also unveiled its new Liquid Factory, which leverages 3D drawings and a proprietary liquid material to manufacture new footwear innovations in a speedier timeline.

Rocky Brands Inc. received an order to produce hot-weather combat boots for the U.S. Military. The contract is for one year and includes four additional one-year options.

ScentLok Technologies named Aaron Ambur as President. Ambur joins the company from Cabela’s Inc. where he was most recently DMM of Hunting Hardgoods.

SFIA President and CEO Tom Cove testified before the United States Trade Representative at a hearing on expansion of the Generalized System of Preferences.

SIA President Nick Sargent in a letter announced the organization parted ways with NPD for its retail data reporting.

Speedo USA, a division of PVH Corp., named John Graham as the new President of the division, effective immediately.

Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows promoted Tom Feiten to VP of Marketing and Business Development.

Steve Nash, former NBA athlete, is suing to have his name removed from the Steve Nash Fitness World gyms that operate in Canada.

Tracksmith hired Brian Moore as its new Head of Product and Josh Rowe to lead marketing for the brand. These hires will complement the brand’s bridging from its strictly e-commerce site to brick-and-mortar retailers in five U.S. cities.

Ugg, a division of Deckers Brands, debuted a short video for its fall campaign starring Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and model Andreea Diaconu.

Under Armour partnered with photographer Christin Rose, founder of the She Plays We Win project, which celebrates the confidence that young girls build through sports.

VF Corp. made a “significant donation” to the Canadian Olympic Committee to settle a dispute related to an apparel line The North Face marketed in Canada during the Winter Games in Sochi.

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