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Under Armour outfitting thousands of Baltimore City student athletes and coaches

Under Armour said Thursday that it is outfitting more than 5,300 student athletes and coaches in the Baltimore public schools with new uniforms or apparel.

The sports brand also said it will provide additional funding to upgrade the school system’s athletic and activity facilities.

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Under Armour's Kevin Plank puts Georgetown home up for sale

Under Armour founder and CEO Kevin Plank and his wife DJ Plank listed their home in Georgetown for $29.5 million, currently the most expensive listing in Washington, D.C.

The Planks purchased the sprawling home at 1405 34th St. Northwest for about $7.85 million in 2013 and invested in a significant renovation of the brick federal-style property.

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Under Armour and ESPN will help turn Baltimore vacant lots into recreation space

Under Armour and ESPN plan to help turn vacant lots in Baltimore and two other cities into recreation space.

The Baltimore-based sports brand and the sports channel have teamed up with Local Initiatives Support Corp., a community development finance institution, to transform lots in Baltimore, Philadelphia and Los Angeles into playgrounds, basketball courts or other places to exercise and play sports.

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Report alleges ‘sexually inappropriate’ conduct in 2015 by executive during brief Under Armour stint

A Sports Illustrated investigation chronicling sexual misconduct in the Dallas Mavericks organization includes an allegation of inappropriate behavior by one executive while he briefly worked at Under Armour in 2015.

The report focuses partly on Terdema L. Ussery II, the NBA team’s former president and CEO. Two women connected with the team told Sports Illustrated that Ussery “harassed them for years.

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As Olympic speedskaters go for gold, social media has fun with eye-catching aspect of Under Armour outfits

The eye-catching silver crotch material on the Under Armour-designed U.S.

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Under Armour's Olympics speed skating uniforms and, um, that crotch patch: what they're saying

If you’ve watched any speed skating in the Olympics, you may have noticed the U.S. team uniforms.

Under Armour makes them. And, well, the design kind of caught some eyes of Twitter users over the past couple days.

There is some science behind the design, Under Armour says. The colors are different for competitive purposes.

No matter where the team finishes, these comments are gold.

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