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OCTOBER 27, 2005 -- FIFA caved in and reached an out-of-court settlement with Puma which was suing for EUR 2 million. The issue was whether a one-piece bodysuit Puma designed for the Cameroon national team was legal under FIFA rules. FIFA said it wasn't but a German judge disagreed. Puma had maintained that FIFA buckled under pressure from Adidas when the bodysuit was banned. Details of the settlement were not revealed.


Reebok canned Atlanta Falcons cornerback DeAngelo Hall from its endorser list. Although he's been on a Reebok contract, he chose to wear Nike shoes in a televised game vs the NY Jets. Hall leads the Falcons in interceptions.


Ten of the world's leading running shoe manufacturers will present their upcoming '06 product lines to the editors of each of Runner's World's eight global editions next week as part of the magazine's first-ever International Shoe Summit, to be held from Wednesday, November 2 through Saturday, November 5 in New York City. The International Shoe Summit marks the first major step in Runner's World's global initiative to find, test and designate the best shoes in the world for its readers in the ten countries where it currently publishes. At the Summit's conclusion, the editors will also announce their selection for the first-ever Runner's World International Editor's Choice "Shoe of the Year" for '05, a designation that will be bestowed annually going forward.


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