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Join the treasure hunt to find Ma’a Nonu’s adizero shoes

Attention all kiwi rugby fans – Join the treasure hunt to find Ma’a Nonu’s adizero shoes
adidas athletes start search for their lightest and fastest footwear



Herzogenaurach, Germany, January 5th 2011 – adidas is asking the public to help find its fastest range of sports shoes, adizero, after they were taken from its headquarters before Christmas by a speedy thief.

Ma’a Nonu’s new adizero RS7 boots were among the shoes taken in the heist and he is appealing to Auckland-based rugby fans to look out for his shoes as he starts preparing for a huge year of Rugby in 2011.


Footballer Lionel Messi’s new adizero F50 Prime boots were also amongst the shoes that disappeared and he’s calling out to fans in Barcelona for his boots to be returned in time for his first La Liga game in this ultra-light football boot on January 15th.


Tennis players, Jo Tsonga, Ana Ivanovic and Fernando Verdasco, preparing for the first Grand Slam of the year are also asking the public to quickly find their adizero Feather shoes which they believe have made their way to Melbourne ahead of the Australian Open.

Heptathlon World Champion Jessica Ennis is asking Londoners to look out for her adizero F50Runners in the British capital.

The thief has posted a video of the heist on You Tube and to various media outlets around the globe challenging the public around the world to find these adizero shoes and find them fast. To view the video visit www.adidasnewsstream.com <http://www.adidasnewsstream.com/> or check out adidas adizero on You Tube.
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