Stunning activewear brand d+k has based business around its wholesale model, creating a headquarters "large enough to be a real extension to our stockists.
Technogym connected cardio equipment is now compatible with Apple Watch, including treadmills, ellipticals, indoor bikes and stair steppers.
Known for its colourful swimwear ranges, Melbourne-based Funkita has launched into women's activewear.
Swinburne University of Technology is launching a new Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Science, working with the Richmond Football Club.
Nike has come up with a solution to the environmental impact of using leather in footwear, while keeping its benefits for customers.
Regent Sporting Goods is named as the new Australian distributor for ThermaTech apparel, launching the ranges into sports stores from winter 2018.
A new collection from ASICS maximises the tie-up with the beloved London textile house of Liberty Fabrics.
New Merino Multi Sport socks from Wilderness Wear are the perfect companions for running, cycling, hiking, climbing or walking adventures.
"You can never stop improving your game" says Spalding Australia, launching Spalding Training Aids and new Basketball Australia balls to the marketplace.
Collaboration between Vans and design house Karl Lagerfeld has resulted in a collection for the northern autumn featuring 12 styles.
Online activewear specialist Stylerunner has launched a private label for athleisure.
Now your team can look like the football stars performing in the UEFA Champions League as Sydney-based CR8 brings German sportswear Jako here.
Concussion is now seen as a major problem for contact sports athletes and organisers but Melbourne company HitIQ has designed a clever mouthguard which detects head impacts and boosts concussion assessment.
The news report of Australian test player David Warner being stuck on the neck during a practice match has re-activated the cricket helmet and neck guard controversy.
Brisbane-based d+k is launching its new spring summer range of men's and women's activewear this month, with many features that make it such a versatile brand.
New from accessories specialist Mat-Tastic is the Frogman, a waterproof smartphone armband.
New Balance has launched its latest performance range for winter, "combining technology with style," says a company spokesman.
Wham-O has upgraded its Frisbee® Max Flight Coaster rings - with the Frisbee Extreme Coaster X.
The world's first blind rugby international was played at QBE Stadium in Auckland last week, featuring another world-first - portable full-size rugby posts.
ASICS' new apparel collection is styled for layering -- so consumers can move effortlessly from the street to the gym and back.
Polar has introduced its A370, a fitness tracker with continuous wrist-based heart rate and sleep analytics.
Make the world your playground in vibrant and playful prints, says adidas, and move from sportswear to streetwear in a heartbeat.
US company Wham-O reports it has revolutionised the way "Frisbee® and all discs will fly in the future."
Skippy's been using it for years, so we're not sure why the makers of this "modern recreation" of the 1990s bumbag - or their PR company - are calling it revolutionary.
Colourful and flexible, Rocktape ensures its story reaches all sportspeople and retailers everywhere.