AP Photo/The Register-Guard, Alan Sylvestre
AP Photo/The Register-Guard, Alan Sylvestre
AP Photo/The Register-Guard, Alan Sylvestre

This past week, the IAAF Junior World Championships took place in Oregon at Hayward Field, which you might know is Nike territory.  However, you wouldn’t know it because thanks to adidas’ sponsorship deal with the IAAF, Hayward Field for a week became an adidas arena. It sucks for Nike and is another loss for the sneaker powerhouse who has lost a number of big names from Kanye West to Jeremy Lin. However, adidas may have it’s little victories, but altogether Nike still reigns supreme; it has many great athletes under it’s namesake and they probably won’t be going anywhere for a while. Nike won’t be present on the field but yet because they are endorsing teams and athletes that are participating in the championship that still find their way onto the track. Adidas only took advantage of this opportunity because they could, but was it a childish move? Kind of like when you know your friend loves Oreos, and you bring a whole pack to their house to eat in front of them. There is a reason for everything, and adidas definitely had good reason reason for covering the Nike logos.That is why I came up with some crazy outcomes form adidas invading Nike’s house.