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Our K-Swiss Blade-Light Run earned Best New Shoe honor in Running Network's 2010 Fall Shoe Review
K•SWISS CELEBRATES 2010 IRONMAN WORLD CHAMPION MIRINDA CARFRAE

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BRYAN BROTHERS ADD 10th GRAND SLAM CHAMPIONSHIP TITLE WITH
Wednesday, 20 June 2012 15:14

BRYAN BROTHERS ADD 10th GRAND SLAM CHAMPIONSHIP TITLE WITH
2011 AUSTRALIAN OPEN DOUBLES WIN


(Westlake Village , CA ) February 1, 2011 – California Sports Company K‧Swiss is proud to congratulate No. 1 ATP Doubles Team Bob and Mike Bryan on winning their 10th Grand Slam Championship title and fifth Australian Open doubles title on Saturday, January 29th, 2011.


This is the American duo’s third consecutive win and fifth trophy at Melbourne Park, winning back-to-back titles in 2009 and 2010 as well as 2006 and 2007. Bob and Mike defeated India’s Leander Paes and Mahesh Bhupathi, 6-3, 6-4, in the championship match. The Bryans are only one win away from becoming the highest Grand Slam-winning pair in the Open Era. The twins already hold the record for most tournament titles for men’s doubles with 68. They surpassed previous record-holders Australians Mark Woodforde and Todd Woodbridge in August 2010 with their 62nd win.
 


Bob and Mike both wore the K‧Swiss BIGSHOT?, the fastest tennis shoe on the market.

The BIGSHOT positions players 20 percent closer to the court without sacrificing cushioning and features Propulsion Plate Technology? to enhance a player’s ability to spring off the big toe and get to the ball faster.

Our K-Swiss Blade-Light Run earned Best New Shoe honor in Running Network's 2010 Fall Shoe Review
Wednesday, 20 June 2012 15:03

K‧SWISS CELEBRATES 2010 IRONMAN WORLD CHAMPION MIRINDA CARFRAE

K‧Swiss Triathletes Dominate Podium in Kona

(Westlake Village, CA) October 11, 2010 – Iconic California Sport footwear and apparel brand K‧Swiss is thrilled to congratulate Mirinda Carfrae, Andreas Raelert and Julie Dibens on their respective first, second and third place performances in K‧Swiss footwear and apparel at the 32nd Ford Ironman World Championship in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii on Saturday, October 9th. K‧Swiss also represented the first American to cross the finish: Ironman veteran Chris Lieto.

Australian Mirinda Carfrae dominated the women’s field, setting the fourth-fastest women’s time ever in Kona, to claim her first Ironman World Champion title. Carfrae, who was runner-up last year, crossed the finish in 8:58:36 with an incredible run time of 2:53, the fastest marathon run by a woman in Kona history. Carfrae raced in the K‧Swiss K-Ruuz?, a super-light racing flat.

Mirinda Carfrae Takes the Title in K‧Swiss K-Ruuz
In a tight race to the men’s finish, Germany’s Andreas Raelert closed a three-minute gap to run shoulder-to-shoulder with eventual champion Chris McCormack only falling behind in the final mile. With a marathon time of 2:44:25, less than a minute separated Raelert from first place. The current Ironman European Champion Raelert finished with a final time of 8:12:17. This is his second appearance at the World Championships racing in the K‧Swiss K-Ruuz. He rounded out the top three last year.



Trek/ K‧Swiss athlete Julie Dibens of Great Britain earned a podium finish in her first-ever Ironman race with 9:10:04.

Dibens, the current Ironman World Championship 70.3 Champion, maintained the lead throughout the 112-mile bike course with the fastest-split in the top three at 4:55:28 but fell short during the marathon to friend and teammateCarfrae’s record-breaking pace. Dibens chose to race in the new K‧Swiss Blade-Light? Run, one of the lightest (at 9.3oz) neutral-cushioned training shoes on the market engineered for high mileage efficient running. The shoe features an ultra-light cushioning technology that provides impact protection through a series of ‘blades’ aligned to the angle of impact. The blades collapse and compress in proportion to the forces applied through the running gait. After impact, the blades return to their original shape and provide a ‘springy’ feel.

Ironman veteran Chris Lieto was the first American to cross the finish in 8:25:51 for 11th place. Lieto had the best bike-split of the day with 4:23:17 and led the marathon until Mile 14. Lieto raced in the new K‧Swiss Kwicky Blade-Light, a shoe that will launch in spring 2011. The 9oz running shoe features the brand’s first-time use of the state-of-the-art SeamFree? and Ion Mask? upper technologies that eliminate stitching and provide liquid repellency that old technologies simply cannot match keeping the shoe light, dry and clean for the life of the shoe.
This is the second year that K‧Swiss is the official apparel and footwear sponsor of Ironman. With its high-profile roster of professional triathletes, K‧Swiss has seen significant growth in awareness and on-site sales. K‧Swiss now ranks fourth in shoe count at Kona, leaping over longtime running brands Brooks, Adidas, New Balance, Mizuno, and Nike.

To learn more about K‧Swiss triathletes, the Blade-Light series and the full range of K‧Swiss performance running footwear and apparel, visit www.kswiss.com.

K•SWISS CELEBRATES 2010 IRONMAN WORLD CHAMPION MIRINDA CARFRAE
Wednesday, 20 June 2012 15:43

Our K-Swiss Blade-Light Run earned Best New Shoe honor in Running Network's 2010 Fall Shoe Review!!!

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