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Tom McAdam
As you get older I would recommend spending more and more time on stretching, mobility and recovery work. If you run for an hour, you should stretch for an hour. This radically increases your longevity in the sport of running, which all too often leaves people with chronic injuries. Look after you body, and your body will look after your race times!feedback
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Apr 19 2017
You can find on this page a variety of quotes, by one or many people, on what they said about Nike. 86 people are quoted and you can read 136 citations of them about Nike. Mark Parker, Jim Cramer, Sam Poser and Trevor Edwards, are those who have spoken the most about this topic. Mark Parker said: “[Many] factors have shifted consumer patterns ... in North America, impacting traffic, the economics of brick-and-mortar retail, and it's driving a more promotional environment in the near term. The more directly Nike engages with the consumer, the greater the return.”.
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Mike Kenneally

The big players in that are Under Armor and Nike. I sat with our retail partners, and they said it was a bad idea and to stay with just the

Jeff Van Sinderen

March Madness gets the consumer in the mindset to buy basketball

Jeff Van Sinderen

This is 'recruiting season' for the brands. They see who the latest rising stars are and work to 'align and sign' the best of the best

Brian Yarbrough - Edward Jones & Co.

A lot of the concern about Nike is its growth in a competitive environment. Three to five years ago, a competitive environment (for Nike) was almost non-existent and the market was moving towards

Trevor Edwards - Nike

In China, the opportunity [in running] is massive ... Nike and China have a long history

Mark Parker - Nike

[Many] factors have shifted consumer patterns ... in North America, impacting traffic, the economics of brick-and-mortar retail, and it's driving a more promotional environment in the near term. The more directly Nike engages with the consumer, the greater the

Josh Loerzel - Zing Toys

It connects to the core of where kids are today. Back in the day, I'd get a new pair of Nike Jordans to look cool and get people liking me at school. Now it's, I want to post cool stuff on

Leo Chang - Nike

When we've tested shoes and they didn't squeak, it comes up with our players and our testers. The squeak is reassurance to a lot of players. They listen for it. It gives them that audio sense of reassurance that they're

Greg McDaniel

That compressed air sucks in neighboring air, causing it to expand, and that expanding air compresses neighboring air, and you get this compression-expansion, compression-expansion, compression-expansion. That's an acoustic wave. The rubber's moving, and as it moves it is compressing air. And it compresses air at the same frequency of the

Leo Chang - Nike

I see the squeak as the perfect signal that you've got the right amount of slip and

Sheila Patek

If you've ever played a violin, you have to push down and slide at just the right combination to get these two surfaces to stick and slip across each other. And on each slip it makes a little burst of sound. And that's the same thing for a spiny

Greg McDaniel

If you wave your hand through the air, you don't hear it. Why? Because you haven't compressed air. The air sloshes around like water sloshes, and the air has enough time to get out of the way before you compress

Judit Puskas

The sole makes sure you can stop, but also move quickly, which are two competing requirements. You want the rubber to stick enough that you can stop, but you don't want to stick too much that you can't

Hajar Abulfazl

I think hijab in sport has always been part of the conversation; it just seems that the larger community is all of a sudden coming to the table. From the outside, people are saying, Nike is so unique for coming to the forefront and including the hijab in their conversation.' But there's tons of companies that have come up with a sport hijab, it's just that they don't have the same reach that Nike has. If you ask people within the Muslim community, we all know that there's been access to sport hijabs from smaller boutique

Aisha Manzoor

As a Muslim woman who wears a hijab, I applaud major brands such as Nike catering towards Muslim women – but at the same time they are a few years late. There are Muslim brands out there – both international and American – who have been doing this for a long time. I hope Nike will bring attention to the brands that have been doing this, and shed light on their work. I am willing to give anything a try and am looking forward to seeing what the Pro Hijab will look like. I also saw that they're working with famous [Muslim] athletes, so that pulls me and I think other Muslims

Frank Zaccanelli

The biggest surprise for me would be if Nike's competitors like Adidas and Under Armour don't immediately follow suit. They better not waste any

Hussam Ayloush

One out of four people in our world is Muslim. It makes good business sense to cater to such a large segment of consumers. Over the past decade, we have seen many major corporations cater to this rapidly growing consumer market by introducing halal and other Sharia-compliant items, such as clothing, food, and financial

Hussam Ayloush

Nike entering this market will help bring attention to the existence and profitability of this growing market; hence attracting many more corporations and products. This increased supply will also provide the Muslim consumers with more options, improved quality, and possibly reduced

Aisha Manzoor

I'd say the range for an athletic hijab is between $15 and $

Hussam Ayloush

Regardless of the values driving this new product, it is always a welcomed move when corporations and media normalize the presence of Islam and Muslims in our world and especially in the U.S. Such normalization helps weaken the rhetoric of fear and bigotry advanced by the powerful Islamophobia

Sherin Sultana

Nike launching their own line really advertises a bigger price tag. It kinda seems like it's more for the money than the

Sherin Sultana

I think it's great that such a large corporation has finally recognized the need for more comfortable head-covering for [Muslim women] athletes, but it's a little too late. There are many Muslim-owned companies that have been making breathable workout hijabs to cater towards women who cover, but smaller companies obviously don't get as much

Casey Neistat

It's about this idea of grabbing on to whatever's in front of you and running with it, without having much understanding of where it's going to lead

Casey Neistat

Looking in the rear view mirror is a mistake unless you learn from

Casey Neistat

YouTube five years ago wasn't the YouTube today, and it brought an entirely new audience to my

George Hirsch

This is a game changer, in the sense that if the shoe companies get patents and these shoes go onto the market, and they're in wide use, it does make you wonder if it'll be a level playing field if people can use these

Jos Hermens

We're not living in medieval times. There are going to be new techniques and materials. It's time to show something to go forward instead of tipping

Bret Schoolmeester - Nike

We're very confident we're doing things within the rules and above board. We're giving our athletes a benefit within the rules as they're written. To me, it's kind of a compliment when you are delivering a big enough benefit that people are starting to ask, is this unfair? We don't believe it is, but that's pretty

Ross Tucker

It's quite a fun ethical sports technology area that we're heading

Manal Rostom

There are a lot of … women and girls who are breaking barriers. For me growing up, though, I never had these women to look up to. I had to break these barriers for

Zahra Lari

People may think or tell you that you can't do certain things, but I'm going to show them you absolutely can. I am covered, I am Muslim, I am from a desert country, and I'm doing a winter

Matthew Centrowitz

I'm not aware of any request. But as I've said many times, I'm happy to be tested any time, anywhere and have any of my samples tested or retested now or at any time in the future, by any official

Matt O'Toole - Reebok

I think if we look back at that period in the Nineties, it was primarily an arms race with

Matt O'Toole - Reebok

This began the fitness revolution of the Eighties and Reebok was at the centre of it. The company's growth from a couple of million dollar company to a two billion dollar company was really born out of its focus on fitness shoes, which no other company had really thought of. By the end of the Nineties even though Reebok had acquired a lot of sports bona fides, Nike was a much bigger brand and was able to compete much more effectively in terms of sports marketing contracts. There are a lot of people for whom fitness is part of their

Ryan Madden

USADA can confirm that it has prepared a report in response to a subpoena from a state medical licensing body regarding care given by a physician to athletes associated with the Nike Oregon Project. It appears that a draft of this report was leaked to the Sunday Times by the Russian state-affiliated hacker group known as Fancy Bears. We understand that the licensing body is still deciding its case and as we continue to investigate whether anti-doping rules were broken, no further comment will be made at this

Sam Sheffer - Mashable

I have 25 pairs of shoes that I've never even put on my feet. Those I bought for the intention of just holding onto, but if I ever one day want to [show off], I have 25 pairs of fresh kicks to choose from – or, in 15 years, if I need a couple thousand dollars, I can flip them

Sam Sheffer - Mashable

I don't want to speak on behalf of all sneaker heads, but I think a lot of it is appreciation for the shoe. The shoes looks cool, and they look good on feet, and it feels good having a collection of dead stock

Mark Stevenson

It started to get to a point where I started getting there at two or three o'clock in the morning, outside waiting till 9 a.m., when the store

Mark Stevenson

That was the moment where I was like 'What are you doing?'. It was a terrible experience, and honestly, I could have caught pneumonia just for a pair of

Mark Stevenson

I can't do this anymore, knowing that there was a chance you could get robbed. It's a real thing, you see it on the TV and the news all the time, people get shot and robbed over

Paul Trussell - Deutsche Bank

The assumption is that the retailer is going to at least attempt to pass this onto the consumer. And so on one side you have companies like Nike that are perceived to have pricing power and that could be helpful for someone like a Foot Locker as well. But when it comes to the department stores or some of the specialty retailers, such as a Gap ... I think the perception there is that those guys will have much more difficulty passing that

Nada Sahimi

I think this ad was an utter fail. This is not the true representation of Arab, Muslim women. We do not wear a hijab and go running in the streets, shame on

Craig Johnson - Customer Growth Partners

In fact, both of these stocks look like they've been put in the penalty box for a while. Under Armour looks like it's got a 10-minute major, and Nike looks like it's a two-minute minor penalty at this point in time, sparing no pun. But again, you're still trying to trade a stock that's in a pretty well-defined downtrend. I see the best ultimate support on this stock at about $16. Look for the stock to go higher first, but ultimately re-test that 16. And that's where I'd get more interested in trying to take a long position in that

Eddy Elfenbein

Both stocks are not in a good way right now. And then they tried to broaden out. I don't think they know exactly what kind of company they are, because they're trying to be more than they've been, and it hasn't been

Craig Johnson - Customer Growth Partners

I think from my perspective, if we see some of these border tax and even repatriation of some dollars, you've got a mixed set of headwinds there. But ultimately, at the end of the day, I do think that Nike, on a repatriation of dollars, will see a meaningful leg higher, because they do have quite a bit of dollars

Mark Parker - Nike

Nike believes in a world where everyone celebrates the power of diversity. Regardless of whether or how you worship, where you come from or who you love, everyone's individual experience is what makes us stronger as a whole. Those values are being threatened by the recent executive order in the U.S. banning refugees, as well as visitors, from seven Muslim-majority countries. This is a policy we don't

John Tighe - J.C. Penney

Nike is immensely popular across all categories and with the rapid rise of activewear and athletic shoes, we want to have the best expression of Nike in any department store. J.C. Penney is an activewear destination, and by partnering with a perception-shifting national brand like Nike, we can deliver both the performance and athleisure products that customers

Eliud Kipchoge

There are two other top guys in the field whom I cannot take for granted. I will fully focus there. Anything else can wait. I am not even keen on World

Laurent Potdevin

We had a strong holiday season in both our store and digital

Tim Seymour - Triogem Asset Management

Nike's management is some of the best. I think it's an oligopoly with they and Adidas. I think they will win again after really falling behind over the last couple

Mike Khouw

It isn't quite the oligopoly that it once was. The Under Armours of the world sort of coming in and eating their lunch sometimes, that's part of

Trevor Edwards - Nike

We create environments that bring our products and services together in a way that allows consumers to experience the Nike

Robert Drbul

Heading into 2017, Nike becomes our Best Idea. We continue to believe the Nike brand is one of the strongest global brands. In 2017, we expect revenues to reaccelerate and gross margin expansion to resume. We believe ... current levels offer an attractive entry point for long term

Sam Poser - Sterne Agee Group

I think Nike had a hiccup last year. I think that's going to work both in the near term and the long term. I like both these companies very much, but I really think Nike is not a complacent company, nor is Under Armour, and I think that's really what's made Nike the winner it is and will make it what it will

Camilo Lyon - Canaccord Genuity

Last year ... Nike's signature basketball business took a huge hit because of the onset of Steph Curry and Under Armour's basketball

Matthew McClintock

That is one of the best results across the entire retail landscape. Basketball is back' is the phrase that Nike used, and I believe it. Apparel is a piece of the business and they talk about it, but at the end of the day shoes are the bigger market and that market continues to grow and Nike has a huge competitive

Sam Poser - Sterne Agee Group

The kid who is wearing Under Armour at a Little League game, and you see the kids are head to toe [in] Under Armour, when that kid goes into the locker room and changes, he's putting on his Jordans. Under Armour has the opportunity to get to that sort of 'cool factor' of wearing it off-field, and it hasn't gotten there yet. And for me, that's the longer term

Matthew Boss - JPMorgan Chase & Co.

One of your best positions would be if you have pricing power, and if you're passing through other people's goods. So with Foot Locker, for example, reselling Nike, reselling Under Armour, the off pricers, like TJ Maxx reselling other people's brands, they're at the best position. But, they still have to deal with the potential for rising

Mark Parker - Nike

NIKE's ability to attack the opportunities that consistently drive growth over the near and long term is what sets us apart. With industry-defining innovation platforms, highly anticipated signature basketball styles and more personalized retail experiences on the horizon, we are well-positioned to carry our momentum into the back half of the fiscal year and

Mo Farah

I believe I have to learn about the event, I have to understand what it takes. I'm good on the track but it's taken me years to be able to get there. And same thing on the road. My first marathon was two hours eight, it was okay but it wasn't great. To be able to mix with the guys I'll need to run a lot faster than

Mo Farah

It's good in a way to see what they can do and that they're looking that far ahead because I believe that if you do get ready for it, it's possible. I don't know how long it will take - a year, two years, three years, but if you try hard then it's possible and it's great that Nike have put a massive investment into it and let's see what they can

Mo Farah

I do have a lot of plans to run the marathon. My aim is to get the world champs out of the way then see what I can do on the

Jim Cramer

It's holiday time, which has often produced very good performance. I wouldn't be surprised if it does so

Jim Cramer

I suggest you wait until Nike reports and then if it is weak, Foot Locker will likely go down, and I'd buy the stock of that retailer … if Nike misses, that could be good for Foot Locker as long as the shortfall was caused by price

Bob Dorfman

I still remember that famous shot at the Masters where Tiger's ball rolled slowly into the cup and all you could see was the Nike logo. If he can compete again and in the final groups on Sunday, it will be a huge boost for

Bob Dorfman

The fact that Nike exited the equipment business when he built their brand, means that he doesn't have the same buying clout as he used

Michael Binetti

We're lowering our FY17E EPS based on ongoing heavy markdowns and our view that F2Q revs & GM's [gross margins] are likely trending below plan. We believe NKE's current headwinds are temporary, but a re-acceleration will likely require reinvestment in more impactful innovation, a price/value equation reset, new pinnacle brand expressions (like the new Soho store) and more

John Kernan - Cowen and Company

NKE's share loss to Under Armour and Adidas could accelerate, while promotions in N. America and international inventory appear elevated. We see a high probability that NKE reduces second half FY17 guidance or guides Q3 below consensus, and we view sell-side estimates (75% net buy rated) as too high into

Sam Poser - Sterne Agee Group

They do a ton of business in novelty kids shoes, brown comfort shoes, work category, women's active, etc. and they're doing well. You've got to do what you do well. I mean you could argue that Nike does a lousy job getting 55-year-old men wanting their comfort shoes. But should they be working on that? Not

Scott Krasik

(Skechers) has identified the 'next thing' in women's comfort as it transitions from GoWalk to You by Skechers which appears inspired by key styles from Adidas (DE:ADSGN) and

LeBron James

It's been something that's been in the works for years now. We finally was able to put together a shoe and work with the Nike football lab to put a cleat on there. It's always a hard process when you turn a basketball shoe into a cleat, so we finally was able to find a shoe that fits the Nike lab football

Matt Powell - NPD Group

The only process of scale today is Nike's Flyknit. They've made 1 million of those. But it's important to remember that they sold 400 million shoes last year. So it's still

Bill McInnis - Reebok

We're looking at the entire process of shoe making from end to end with a clean

Matt Priest

The ones that stand to lose out here are consumers, because if we start to eliminate trade deals, they'll be paying a lot more for

Ed Van Wezel

At this point, what you have is what we call 'lick and stick,' putting together uppers and outsoles imported from Asia. It's as much about a public relations story – that you're producing close to the

Kipchoge Keino

It's all lies. Athletes sign for endorsement and bonuses with Nike. All we get are kit and training funding. We don't handle athletes'

Robert Ohmes - Merrill Lynch

We now expect Nike's market share loss to Adidas and Under Armour to continue through 2017 as our meetings with manufacturers/suppliers and competitors indicated a potential narrowing of the innovation gap for Nike's pipeline relative to the competition compared to historical levels, in our

Peter Cardillo - First Standard Financial

This situation (Clinton email review) is going to keep the market in a very cautious trading atmosphere in this final election

John Kernan - Cowen and Company

As consumer tastes and preferences have shifted over the last year to a more retro and casual aesthetic, Adidas has led the

Sam Poser - Sterne Agee Group

The point is, Nike has a host of drivers and levers at its disposal across geographies vis-a-vis its: 1) robust innovation engine, 2) extensive scale and reach, 3) unmatched marketing prowess, and 4) highly sophisticated (and improving) grassroots go-to-market

Ingo Speich

I expect small measures rather than a bombshell. But in 12-18 months, if the margin is still where it is now, it will be difficult for the

Scott Cobb

We believe there is a lot of low-hanging fruit that Mr. Rorsted can address to get to that 10-11 percent range. Approaching Nike is going to take some more work and heavy

Tim Albrecht - Deutsche Asset Management

Reebok needs to be closely monitored and perhaps reexamined. Reebok waters down margins for the whole

Marty Mucci - Paychex

I think it is really fine tuning. We had a guidance out there at about 4 percent and when you look at the year, we lost one payroll day this year compared to last year … We refined it to be 3 to 4 percent, and we try to be on the conservative side of making sure there is no surprises and we are very

Andy Campion - Nike

We expect North America's reported revenue growth over the balance of the year to outpace the rate of futures

Matthew Boss - JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Eighty percent of sneakers today are being bought with no intention to ever make it to a field or a

Jim Cramer

The big brands are Nike, they aren't Under Armour. You need more than Steph Curry. You need kind of a big pan of

Jim Cramer

Maybe as great as Steph Curry is ... that he may not be in the league of people who really know how to

Jim Cramer

It's very strange, I know that, because Curry is loved in this

Tobie Hatfield - Nike

When they are going across the finish line, ... I feel like I'm going along with

Tobie Hatfield - Nike

By working with the best athletes around the world, it authenticates the product and then trickles down to the

Paul Hickey

You have increased competition. Under Armour is a public company out there now competing for more sponsorships. It's more expensive for the companies

JJ Kinahan - TD Ameritrade

This might be the weekend when people go out to stores, because last night was the most excitement I've had so

Tom Nikic - Wells Fargo

They launched Flyknit in 2012 and the Nike Free running shoe in 2004. That kind of carries the business basically for the next four years until the next Olympic

Phil Knight - Nike

We knew we could fail, we just didn't think we would. We loved doing what we were doing, and we loved each

Trevor Edwards - Nike

We're committed to being the undisputed leader in golf footwear and apparel. We will achieve this by investing in performance innovation for athletes and delivering sustainable profitable growth for Nike

Tom Quinlan - RR Donnelley

We haven't responded on rumors in the nine years that I have been CEO, and we are not going to start now. But what I will tell you is we are on track for the

Benno Dorer - Clorox

One of the hallmarks of our company now is that we have growth where others don't. And the reason is pretty simple. We take out costs and we reinvest those cost savings into the

Phil Knight - Nike

I think obviously the whole industry has changed dramatically from the way it began when I got into it. The Jordan brand has become a true brand, and it stands for more than just

Mike Parker - Nike

Phil's impact on Nike is immeasurable. His entrepreneurial drive is and always will be part of our DNA. Along with Nike's exceptional management team, I am committed to leading our next era of innovation and growth as we serve and inspire athletes throughout the

Christian Buss - Credit Suisse Group

The biggest risk to earnings is the potential demand shock across broader European markets given likely instability in the region over the next nine months. This adds incremental risk to a sector already showing clear signs of top-line deceleration in the North American market, while still suffering from unfavorable currency

Erinn Murphy

We believe signature basketball's reset should commence in early July ... and would anticipate new innovations to follow the Olympics. We view [the Sports Authority] bankruptcy as more

Jay Sole - Morgan Stanley & Co. International

SportScan data shows Nike apparel sales trends have deteriorated significantly in 2016. Adidas' U.S. resurgence is the biggest surprise and the most recent development – and this has changed the (Nike)

Mark Parker - Nike

Nike has never been in a better position to deliver against our long term

Nick Raich

It's going to be a good read on the consumer really for the months of February and December and January. The interesting take from Nike is not just what it's doing domestically but what it's doing

Mark Parker - Nike

In the third quarter, Nike delivered robust and balanced growth across our expansive, powerful portfolio. We grow by serving the athlete personally every day and, as we unveiled last week, through breakthrough innovation that gives us a foundation for growth for years to come. Combined with our strategic investments, world-class execution and financial discipline, Nike consistently delivers value to our

Mark Parker - Nike

Much like an autonomous car is adaptable and can tell you when someone is too close to you, these shoes can sense your body and react

Mark Parker - Nike

It's great to be able to put a product out there that is a step toward the future of adaptive

Mark Parker - Nike

We're not seeing consumers backing off of really innovative products ... that's what we're all

Mark Parker - Nike

Today showcases a breadth of innovation that only Nike can deliver. It represents a fundamental shift in how we serve the athlete. We've entered a new era of personalized performance. Athletes want more than a dashboard and data – they want a more personal relationship, one that gives them real solutions and total access to the best products and

Herbert Hainer

Our order books are full across all major performance and lifestyle categories. And our brands are set to shine at this year's major sporting

Susan Anderson

If you look at the numbers versus Nike Inc, they're still very, very tiny, so I think we can continue to see this growth over the next 3-5

Sebastian Coe - International Association of Athletics Federations

I have sought advice from the IAAF's Ethics Committee to review my interests and was told I could retain my positions in Nike and CSM as long as I do not seek to influence any decisions that could influence them. I'm grateful for that advice but it is clear that perception and reality have become horribly

Sebastian Coe - International Association of Athletics Federations

I've made the following decisions: I've stepped down from my ambassadorial role with Nike which lasted 38 years. The current noise level around it is not good for Nike or the IAAF and is a

Jurgen Kolb

Brand Adidas has seen a turnaround with new initiatives and products. It is back to gain market share even in the United

Herbert Hainer

We are winning big time. Both Adidas and Reebok are enjoying great momentum across the

Tammy Marcotte

With the actions that he's displayed and everything that's in the media, it's really disgusting and what's happening with him in his life. He definitely needs to step back and work on that and put his family back together – if she will take him

Donald Marcotte

I'll continue to watch the PGA and I hope he comes back, you know, one day, or whenever he feels like playing again. I hope he's back in the

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