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But the game has suddenly gotten serious. Plank just unveiled the company's first shoe, a football cleat. That puts him squarely in Nike's territory. At the moment Under Armour is just a speck; last year it earned $20 million on $281 million in sales. Nike does that kind of revenue in a week. The idea for his company came to Plank while he was a senior at the University of Maryland, a business major who made the football team at this Division I school. A self evaluation of his skills: "Short, slow and not very athletic," says Plank, 33. Still, he had an eye for problem solving. Like other team members, he hated wearing sweat soaked cotton T shirts during practice and games. A visit to New York City's garment district yielded a polyester Lycra blend that didn't trap moisture, and several prototypes. The players loved them: They clung to the body like a second layer of skin, yet wicked away perspiration, keeping the shirts drier and lighter. "That access was an asset, more than anything else," he says. , the nation's largest, to carry his T shirts in a handful of stores. The goods flew out the door. Today the brand is carried by all 265 Dick's, as well as 8,500 other stores, mostly specialty retailers. A big selling point to the buyers: Under Armour tolerates no discounting of the $20 $80 (retail) T shirts or $45 sports bras. Retailers also like Under Armour's willingness to help sell the product. Jeffrey Hennion, chief marketing officer at Dick's, appreciates the fact that he can restock quickly. When Plank noticed that shirts were hanging loose and unflatteringly on a lot of store mannequins, the company sent its own dummies crafted to the exact proportions of Dallas Cowboys defensive end and UA spokesman Eric Ogbogu, who is 6 foot 4, 275 pounds with ripped abs. When it comes to marketing, Ogbogu, an old Maryland classmate of Plank's, has also helped the company do a lot with very little. In something of a cult classic ad he shouts the tag line, "We must protect this house!" The catchphrase caught fire with kids, who used it as they broke huddle in their games. A recent ad features a football team called Under Armour playing against a green and yellow clad team, Goliath. It's a not so subtle jab: Goliath has the same colors as the University of Oregon, whose athletic programs have been heavily supported by Nike Chairman Philip Knight. "I don't know anything about it," protests Plank. "I respect my competitors." The interlocking U and A logo may not have the universality of the Nike swoosh. But it's recognizable among the 12 to 24 year old bracket that buys videogames like ' Fight Night Round 3, which features a boxer, Big E, clearly modeled after Ogbogu. Lest the point be lost, announcers in the game chant, "Protect this house," and gamers can clad their fighters in UA gear. "For high school kids Under Armour is the badge of authenticity that says I really am an athlete," says Matthew Powell, analyst at the research firm SportsOnesource. It hasn't all been a chip shot. Seeing a market for women's apparel, Under Armour rolled out a new line in 2001 but blundered by offering the same styles and colors it used in menswear. Plank thought they looked awful, scrapped the merchandise and started over, a $500,000 hit to what was then a $20 million enterprise. He also hired a new product sales and marketing staff devoted to women's wear; three years since the relaunch, that line now represents 19% of revenue. Plank apparently needed some financial expertise, too. In its first filings with the Securities Exchange Commission, Under Armour disclosed that an auditor found "material weaknesses" in its accounting controls in 2004, when it was a private company, and incomplete bookkeeping on end of quarter shipments. (UA reduced its 2002 profit 1% to 2% in a restatement.) The company hired a chief financial officer, who put the house in order; PricewaterhouseCoopers gave it a clean bill of health after the changes. Mostly, though, Plank has gotten it right. Moving almost all production overseas to Latin America and Asia helped to boost operating (that is, Ebitda) margins from 8% three years ago to 14% now. The addition of loose fitting shirts and pants, along with cold weather gear, camouflage apparel and golf shirts and pants, has doubled UA's share of athletic wear to 9.4% since 2003; over that same period Nike's dropped to 18.4% from 24.9%, reports SportsOnesource. company in five years, according to Thomson Financial. At a recent $37, 65 times forward earnings, Plank's 32% stake is worth $560 million; the 1% stakes he sold to friends for $1,000 in 1996 are now worth $17 million. End of easy ride. Two years ago Plank introduced football receivers' gloves and promptly stole 30% of that $50 million market, mostly at Nike's expense. Hawk, the fifth pick in the NFL draft. Nike, though, does not consider footwear to be an incidental part of its business and may be inclined to teach the upstart a lesson by pushing its performance athletic wear a little harder. Memo to Plank: Nike spends $1.6 billion a year on advertising. Nike Roshe Run Women Grey Blue ,Women Nike Free Run 3 Soar Blue Rflct Silver Pro Platinum Volt Men Nike Free Run 2 Stealth Black White Men Nike Free Run 3.0 V4 Wolf Grey Game Royalblue Wolf Grey Men Nike Free Run 4.0 V2 Light Charcoal Silver Chrome Yellow Women Nike Free Run 4.0 V2 Crimson Lemon Platinum Nike Roshe Run Hyp Women Grey Pink Quilted Men Nike Free Run 2 Anthracite Grey White Black Yellow Men Nike Free Run 2 Anthracite All Black Men Nike Free Run 2 Anthracite White Green Grey Black My daughter will be 19 months old on Dec. 16th. Since birth, she has be progressing slow physically. She isn't walking or talking yet. She crawls and walks when pushing something, but not on her own. She is progressing though. She doesn't say much except babbling. She says dada and mama but it's usually dadadada or mamamama. Lots of babbling and other sounds. Brain wise, she's very smart. I could put a bear and a duck in front of her and ask her to hand me a duck and she will. No one could really give us an answer as to why she was progressing slow physically. After some standard tests, we just assume she was taking her time. Last week a doctor had full bloodwork done. Today we found out she has a chromosome disorder Deletion 9p Chromosome. After some Googling I found a name that gave me more results Chromosome 9, Partial Monosomy 9p. The doctor told us this was very rare with only 100 documented cases. Google really doesn't turn up much information except symptoms and a description. I'm confused by the symptoms. They say this syndrome is noticable at birth but my daughter has NO major physical deformations. She had plageocephally and wore a helmt for a short time. She has no facial or skull deformities other than slight flatness in the back of her head. Other symptoms say mild to severe mental retardation but she is NOT retarded. The only symptoms she does have is the flatness of the back of her head, physical and speech retardation (slow to develop). She has NO other symptoms. Anyone have any experience with this syndrome? I'm still in freak out mode and just want more information. Thanks for any help I would agree to check out those sites. The Unique site may have a pamphlet that describes the typical sympoms of kids with similar deletions. I think you will have a hard time finding out a lot of specific information about her exact chrom. disorder. I know because I have spent hours scouring the internet looking for anything similar to my baby's disorder. (I think what I was really looking for was something to indicate that it was all going to be "normal" no luck). After all this work, I have concluded that it doesn't really matter. Kids with chrom disorders generally have some degree of physical, mental, and developmental challenges. Some severe, some mild. While you may find that the partial monosomy 9p kids have some of these challenges in common, they still won't all be the same. You will just have to see how she develops and give her all the support she needs along the way. Anyway, I am surely not an expert on the topic. My baby is due in January and I have only known about her disorder for a month; but thought I would share with you anyway. My daughter Emily has an unbalanced translocation of chromosomes 7 and 9. So she has partial trisomy 7p, and partial monosomy 9p. found out when she was 4 months old after she started having infantile spasms, a form of epilepsy. She had had some trouble eating early on (back in the NICU she is one of triplets), and we noticed she didn't really make eye contact or try to hold toys before we got the official diagnosis. She was tested while I was still pg because she had a high nuchal fold test, but it came back "normal". They also suspected she may have down syndrome in the NICU based on some mild dysmorphic facial features, so they tested again and it came back normal again. It wasn't until we saw a genetist during a visit with a plastic surgeon to check a flatspot on her head that we were told about the more in depth FISH test that detected the chromosome disorder. Now they are 15 months old and she can not sit, hold her head up, talk, or eat by mouth. She still has seizures but they are under better control as of right now. She also has cortical visual impairment (her brain can not make sense of what she sees), problems with blood sugar, and various other medical issues. I have to agree with the previous poster that unfortunately the info out there is so specific to each child, you probably won't find a "normal" even in those 100 cases. Emily's translocation is actually 2 chromo disorders, so her issues are more severe. But I have learned that the severity of problems can depend on the size of the segment that is missing. I know from researching Emily's disorder that there is a 9p yahoo group out there that could of some support for you. I have a son who is 4 yo and has 9p syndrome. We found out via a chromosome test when he was 13 mo to try and explain his low tone. Please feel free to email me if I can be of more help. In a nutshell, it is very rare, the doctors don't know diddly about it, and your best resource are fellow parents. It can present severly or very mildly, just like down's syndrome. We were shocked when the test came back positive and are fortunate that our son is mildly impacted. I don't have much to add, pp's have said most of it already! MOM TO BE said it best "After all this work, I have concluded that it doesn't really matter. Kids with chrom disorders generally have some degree of physical, mental, and developmental challenges. Some severe, some mild." That is a great statement that I completly agree with! No two kids are the same. All we can do here is be here for each other, and encourage each other. My son started walking at 25 months. He doesn't talk. (4) DiGeorge Syndrome, OHS, 15 surgeries, Nissen, g tube, delayed darling, Happiest kid I know! Thanks for the website suggestions! Our geneticist just informed us last week that my three month old has a small deletion from her 9th chromosome. We have yet to have our genetic counseling appointment to discuss what this may mean for her. She appears perfect, but can't yet hold her head up steady, so it appears there is some delay in her physical development. The geneticist tells us that, since the deletion is smaller than most, we can't really rely on medical literature to predict what will happen with her. From what I've read, no one knows! I'm grateful that there are other parents out there to talk to about this thanks much for the info! Hey all, I am 20 and studying to be a nurse. I just had my frost child in September and he has a nine deletion and a part of the seventh, I'm not sure howmuch of the seventh but the doctors said they're more concerned about the ninth in him. I noticed the more attention we pay to him, the more he tries to interact. Of course that could be due to the fact that he is almost never put down, he has two loving uncles and grandparents. I have had so many people tell me things that really scared me ( he may not survive, might be severerly braindamaged or delayed) but I have to say I'm very proud of him. Eci came and said he has low muscle tone but he is a Go go boy and seems really determined to start moving. He's almost three months and has already held his head up and just today he rolled over by himself. He loves to smile when people talk to him and he's drinking very well with his haberman nipples for his inside cleft. He seems to have his own little personality. We love him so incredibly much. There isn't a person who hasent fallen for him :) My daughter has a deletion of chromosome 9q, and she is 18 months old. At this point, she is able to walk pushing a toy walker, she crawls rapidly, pulls to stand, cruises along furniture unaided, is able to identify my nose, my ear and covers her eyes to initiate "peekaboo" lol. She's struggled since birth witha host of complex medical, developmental and physical issues that she continues to battle to this day. All children are different, even those with an identical karyotype! We take things day by day around here, and that seems to help. 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