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Under Armour releases Thanksgiving day data on MyFitnessPal users' workouts and food consumption

People who use Under Armour's health and fitness tracking app MyFitnessPal found time to log some workouts in between Turkey dinners on Thanksgiving.

Calories consumed and workouts logged were among findings the Baltimore sports apparel brand released late Sunday.

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Under Armour expands Star Wars line in time for holidays

A year ago, Under Armour  unveiled a new line of Star Wars-inspired shirts and gear.  It featured shirts and hoodies for men, boys and kids, with slogans such as "Born to Lead," and "May the Force Be With You."

But some publications complained about a lack of Stars Wars items for women or girls.

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Under Armour mannequin challenge video features Ray Lewis, turkeys

Under Armour employees got into the holiday spirit and began giving out turkeys.

Then they froze.

The Baltimore-based sports aparrel giant posted an Instagram video Wednesday featuring employees from its distribution center, many of them handing out turkeys for Thanksgiving.

There was another bird in the video, too — two-time champion Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis.

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East Baltimore community center reopens after renovation funded partly by Under Armour

The unmistakable stamp of Under Armour is on the more than $6.5 million renovation and expansion of the UA House at Fayette, an East Baltimore community center run by Living Classrooms.

Its walls are filled with Under Armour slogans such as “I Will” and “We are just getting started,” and it boasts a new gymnasium and enclosed turf field.

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Under Armour unveils new fashions in sportswear line

Under Armour Sportswear, the Baltimore sports apparel brand's high-end fashion line, has unveiled exclusive new pieces out of a collection that debuted in September at New York Fashion Week.

The new fashions, dubbed TC Select and offered for the holiday season, expands on Executive Creative Director Tim Coppens' vision of modernizing American sportswear for urban-dwelling professionals.

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Jordan Spieth chips a ball through a basketball hoop at Under Armour

Jordan Spieth and Stephen Curry are friends and fellow Under Armour endorsers.

When Spieth visited Under Armour’s Baltimore headquarters last week, the golfer paid tribute to his basketball buddy by donning the latest Curry-signature shoes, the Curry 3 in the “Grey Matter” colorway.

Then Spieth was asked to take a challenge: chip a golf ball through an indoor basketball hoop.

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