Sports/Fitness

Wolverine Worldwide’s Expanded Efforts To Address PFAS Approved By Federal Judge

Wolverine Worldwide’s Expanded Efforts To Address PFAS Approved By Federal Judge

Wolverine World Wide Inc. announced that U.S. District Judge Janet T. Neff has approved a Consent Decree reached earlier this month among the company, the State of Michigan, Plainfield Charter Township, and Algoma Township. This Consent Decree resolves the litigation between the parties and includes significant next steps in Wolverine’s already extensive efforts to ensure long-term water quality and continued environmental remediation in and around its hometown. (Read More)

Lululemon Provides Update On China Operations

Lululemon Provides Update On China Operations

Lululemon Athletica Inc. said that following guidance from local authorities, the majority of Lululemon’s 38 stores in China have been closed for a period of time since February 3, 2020, with some now operating on a reduced schedule. The company’s online business has continued to operate. (Read More)

Escalade Q4 Revenues Decline

Escalade Q4 Revenues Decline

Escalade Inc., a maker of a wide range of sporting goods, reported sales for the fourth quarter of 2019 were $47.0 million compared to net sales of $51.0 million for the same quarter in 2018, a decrease of $4.0 million or 7.7 percent. The decline reflected softness in archery and fitness categories. (Read More)

Flywheel To End Online Classes

Flywheel To End Online Classes

Flywheel Sports, the fitness boutique startup, will shut down the virtual classes that are connected to its in-home bikes in March. Current Flywheel At Home customers were e-mailed a trade-in offer to swap out their $1,500 virtual Flywheel bikes for used Peloton bikes. (Read More)

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