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adidas Film Series Sport 15 launches today

adidas Film Series Sport 15 launches today

New Zealand, February 16, 2015 – Starting today, adidas brings its passion for sport to life through Sport 15, a campaign set to deliver a series of films including rugby icons Richie McCaw, Daniel Carter and Sonny Bill Williams.

Video link: http://youtu.be/uiQVkoDlBbQ

All films are based on the insight that sport happens in moments. adidas celebrates the fact that every moment in sport is a chance to redefine yourself and create something new for you or your team.

In sport, no one owns today – every minute of every game is up for grabs and yours for taking.

Starring in this first wave of Sport 15 are adidas NBA stars Damian Lillard, Joakim Noah, Derrick Rose, John Wall and adidas football icons Gareth Bale, Lionel Messi, James Rodriguez and Luis Suarez.

Follow youtube.com/adidas and join the conversation on Twitter @adidasnz or on facebook.com/adidas.

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