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James Molyneux, Aaron B Weast, Brandon S Burroughs: Athletic performance monitoring systems and methods in a team sports environment. NIKE, Banner & Witcoff, May 8, 2012: US08172722 (113 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods for sensing and monitoring various athletic performance metrics, e.g., during the course of a game, a practice, a training session, training drills, and the like, are described. These systems and methods can provide useful metrics for players and coaches relating to athletic perf ...


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Maximillian P Burton, Matt Capozzi, Jamian R Cobbett, James Molyneux, Aaron B Weast: Athletic watch. NIKE, Banner & Witcoff, October 22, 2013: US08562489 (92 worldwide citation)

A device for monitoring athletic performance of a user has a wristband configured to be worn by the user. An electronic module is removably attached to the wristband. The electronic module has a controller and a screen and a plurality of user inputs operably associated with the controller. The user ...


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James Molyneux, Aaron B Weast, Brandon S Burroughs, Scott R Berggren, Clayton J Lindsay, Jordan M Rice, Bert B Buxton, Edward S Lowe: Athletic performance monitoring systems and methods in a team sports environment. NIKE, Banner & Witcoff, July 31, 2012: US08231506 (83 worldwide citation)

Systems, apparatuses, and methods estimate the distance between a player and a ball by transmitting a chirp (sweep signal) to a radio tag located on the ball. During the chirp, the frequency of the transmitted signal is changed in a predetermined fashion. The radio tag doubles the transmitted freque ...


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Stephen D Berry, Matt Capozzi, Kevin Lozeau, James Molyneux: Wearable device assembly having athletic functionality. Nike, Banner & Witcoff, April 2, 2013: US08408436 (53 worldwide citation)

A wearable device has a carrier having an aperture. A device has a USB connection and a protrusion wherein the protrusion is received in the aperture to connect the device to the carrier. The device is a USB type device having athletic functionality.


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Maximillian P Burton, James Molyneux: Wearable device assembly having athletic functionality. NIKE, Banner & Witcoff, February 5, 2013: US08370549 (46 worldwide citation)

A wearable device has a carrier having an aperture. A device has a USB connection and a protrusion wherein the protrusion is received in the aperture to connect the device to the carrier. The device is a USB type device having athletic functionality.


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Bo Stefan Andren, Stephen D Berry, Maximillian P Burton, Matt Capozzi, James A Ishihara, Kevin Lozeau, Hector Moll Carrillo, James Molyneux, Aaron B Weast: Wearable device assembly having athletic functionality. NIKE, Banner & Witcoff, January 3, 2012: US08088043 (35 worldwide citation)

A wearable device has a carrier having an aperture. A device has a USB connection and a protrusion wherein the protrusion is received in the aperture to connect the device to the carrier. The device is a USB type device having athletic functionality.


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Michael T Hoffman, Miles W Brown, Aaron B Weast, Matt Capozzi, Tomislav Lakovic, James Molyneux, Jamian R Cobbett: GPS features and functionality in an athletic watch system. Nike, Banner & Witcoff, September 1, 2015: US09122250 (29 worldwide citation)

Athletic performance monitoring systems include GPS data to enhance various features of the workout as well as the post-workout data analysis. Such features include using output from multiple sensors to determine the most accurate data available for providing distance measurements for individual seg ...


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Bo Stefan Andren, Stephen D Berry, Maximillian P Burton, Matt Capozzi, James A Ishihara, Kevin Lozeau, Hector Moll Carrillo, James Molyneux, Aaron B Weast: Wearable device assembly having athletic functionality. NIKE, Banner & Witcoff, June 25, 2013: US08469862 (22 worldwide citation)

A wearable device has a carrier having an aperture. A device has a USB connection and a protrusion wherein the protrusion is received in the aperture to connect the device to the carrier. The device is a USB type device having athletic functionality.


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Brian D Baker, John Hurd, James Molyneux, Blake Rhulen: Cable tightening system for an article of footwear. Nike, Plumsea Law Group, March 5, 2013: US08387282 (22 worldwide citation)

A tightening system for an article of footwear includes a cable disposed between an upper and a sole plate. The upper includes a flexible main body and an exoskeleton covering a portion of the flexible main body in an instep region. The cable is attached to the exoskeleton so that the exoskeleton is ...


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Scott R Berggren, Brandon S Burroughs, Clayton J Lindsay, James Molyneux, Jordan M Rice, Aaron B Weast, Bert B Buxton, Edward S Lowe: Athletic performance monitoring systems and methods in a team sports environment. Nike, Banner & Witcoff, October 22, 2013: US08562487 (18 worldwide citation)

Systems, apparatuses, and methods estimate the distance between a player and a ball by transmitting a chirp (sweep signal) to a radio tag located on the ball. During the chirp, the frequency of the transmitted signal is changed in a predetermined fashion. The radio tag doubles the transmitted freque ...