Sporting Goods

  • (noun): Equipment needed to participate in a particular sport.
    Synonyms: sports equipment

Some articles on sporting goods:

List Of Rescue 911 Episodes - Season 4 - Episode 4.16 (February 2, 1993)
1989 Glendale, Arizona A 12-year-old girl is near death after being run over by car "Sporting Goods Heist" December 21, 1991 Mesa, Arizona A sporting goods store is robbed of ...
Sporting Goods Manufacturers Association - Early History
... Founded in April 1906, the Sporting Goods Manufacturers Association set out to meet the needs of an increasingly growing industry ... Originally, the SGMA was founded by six sporting goods manufacturers, but that number quickly expanded as the demand for quality sporting goods increased ... Athletic Institute, The Tennis Industry Association and the World Federation of the Sporting Goods Industry ...
List Of Defunct Retailers Of The United States - Camping, Sports or Athletic Stores
... Chick's Sporting Goods — bought by Dick's locations converted to Dick's Copeland Sports Galyan's — bought by Dick's locations converted to Dick's Gart Sports - bought by Sports Authority Dave ... area) Golf Augusta Pro Shops Herman's World of Sporting Goods Irving's Sporting Goods JumboSports Mages — Chicago Morrie Mages — Chicago, started ... Oshman's Olympic Sports — Seattle, Washington Security Sporting Goods — New Orleans, Louisiana Sportmart Sports Town USA Sports Unlimited Sportswest Sunny's Surplus Warshal's ...
Pacific Cycle - History
... PCG internally) deals with the mass merchant and sporting goods channels while the Cycling Sports Group (CSG) division deals specifically with the Independent Bicycle ... mass-market retailers such as Wal-Mart, Target, Kmart, Sears and Toys "R" Us as well as sporting goods chains such as Dick's Sporting Goods, Academy Sports, Sports Authority and, Dunham's Sports ...
Carbon-fiber-reinforced Polymer - Sporting Goods
... Other sporting goods applications include rackets, fishing rods, longboards, and rowing shells ...

Famous quotes containing the words goods and/or sporting:

    What is a man if he is not a thief who openly charges as much as he can for the goods he sells?
    Mohandas K. Gandhi (1869–1948)

    The Boston papers had never told me that there were seals in the harbor. I had always associated these with the Esquimaux and other outlandish people. Yet from the parlor windows all along the coast you may see families of them sporting on the flats. They were as strange to me as the merman would be. Ladies who never walk in the woods, sail over the sea. To go to sea! Why, it is to have the experience of Noah,—to realize the deluge. Every vessel is an ark.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)