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Outfitting the Olympics: Team USA's New Gear

February 5, 2014
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Team USA will be sporting some of the most technologically-advanced gear in the history of the Olympics. Companies such as Under armor, Lockheed Martin, Spyder, and BMW have put their best and brightest to work designing clothing and equipment. (Feb. 5) Video provided by AP

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Reuters (Sep. 9, 2013) — Oracle Team USA and Emirates Team New Zealand split races on second day of America's Cup final.
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Launch Control 2.1: A Cold Start

Launch Control 2.1: A Cold Start

Driving Sports (Apr. 16, 2014) — It's 2014 and the slate is once again wiped clean. Both teams have new cars and new challenges ahead. Join us as we once again bring you the inside story on Season 2 of Launch Control. In this episode, the Subaru Rally Team USA heads to Michigan to reclaim the event and begin their long journey for another Championship Title. Video provided by Driving Sports
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Suit Change for US Speed Skaters

Suit Change for US Speed Skaters

AP (Feb. 14, 2014) — With US speed skaters having miserable Olympics, team decides to dump high-tech suit at Sochi. Under Armour's Kevin Haley told The Associated Press the Americans had received permission to go back to their suits used in the World Cup circuit. (Feb. 14) Video provided by AP
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Aqua Running Suit Brings New Twist to Athlete Rehab

Aqua Running Suit Brings New Twist to Athlete Rehab

Reuters (May 14, 2013) — New Manchester United manager David Moyes is regarded as an innovative coach, eager to try any new technology to help improve his team's performance. His new club have recently become the first British team to use an innovative aqua running suit which its creators say greatly reduces rehabilitation time for injured athletes. Jim Drury went to see the TNAR suit being demonstrated.
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