MEDIA

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  • 01/25/18

    Cool stuff at the 2018 PGA Merchandise Show

    Aimed to replace ratty medical tape, the Japanese company announced a non-adhesive wrist band as part of its Filmista Series for comfortable wrist support. After heeding feedback that the current wrist band is too bulky, the company designed the Filmista to fit seamlessly under a golf glove to prevent or recover from sprains or tendonitis and combats instability.

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  • 01/09/18

    SGB Industry Outlook 2018

    Lauren Fifield, Director of Marketing, Zamst: With a competitive and evolving marketplace ahead of us in 2018, Zamst understands that in order to transcend our current positioning, we need to engineer creative ways to meet diverse consumer demands. Our sights are set on new innovative product and design to inspire motion and we look forward to meeting these demands.

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  • 04/18/17

    Athlinks Spring Gear Guide for Obstacle Course Racing

    We looked high and low for the best goods to get you over your next obstacle this spring! Check out some of our favorite tested and approved gear for serious OCR athletes. What do 2016 Super Bowl MVP Von Miller, renowned high-alpine mountaineer Melissa Arnot, and NBA All-Star Isaiah Thomas have in common? They all rely on Zamst braces to stay healthy and perform at the top of their games.

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  • 04/05/17

    Brace Yourself

    Miller tore his ACL in 2013, and Russell has suffered several injuries, including a strained hamstring that caused him to miss the 2015 National League Championship Series. During their recoveries, both Miller and Russell recognized the role that bracing and support products play in injury protection and prevention.

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  • 03/31/17

    Cape Vikings win first golf match of 2017 season

    On March 23, standing next to the ninth green at Rehoboth Beach Country Club, I checked my phone’s weather app as a small knot of family and friends walked up the ninth fairway. Two Cape Henlopen Vikings were playing their Lake Forest competitors on the challenging par 5. It was 39 degrees, with a wind chill registering 29.

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  • 03/31/17

    Cape Vikings win first golf match of 2017 season

    On March 23, standing next to the ninth green at Rehoboth Beach Country Club, I checked my phone’s weather app as a small knot of family and friends walked up the ninth fairway. Two Cape Henlopen Vikings were playing their Lake Forest competitors on the challenging par 5. It was 39 degrees, with a wind chill registering 29.

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