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Over the same period, Adidas&#39; European sales fell 7 percent.</p><p> AMBUSH MARKETING</p><p> Adidas is pulling out all the stops to make its presence felt in Brazil, where Nike sponsors the national team.</p><p> Brazil have won the World Cup a record five times and the country is a byword for stylish soccer, meaning there is a huge buzz around the tournament - and Nike&#39;s designs.</p><p> Adidas is aiming to make its presence felt with players like Lionel Messi and Mesut Ozil, who play for Adidas-sponsored national teams Argentina and Germany - and the launch of the official match ball, the &quot;Brazuca&quot; - on sale for $160 but free to Brazilians born on its launch day.</p><p> Given the scale of the battle however it will also be using what is politely known as &quot;ambush marketing.&quot; Soccer watchers cite as an early example in this year&#39;s World Cup campaigns the launch of a new soccer top for the Palmeiras club in the yellow, green and blue worn by the Brazil national team.</p><p> &quot;That will be ruffling a few feathers,&quot; said Berenberg Bank analyst John Guy. &quot;They&#39;ve certainly got a few tactical moves up their sleeves to consolidate their position against Nike and that&#39;s good to see.&quot;</p><p> Klaus Jost, president of the world&#39;s largest sportswear retailer Intersport, said Nike&#39;s roster of top soccer players like Frenchman Franck Ribery and Portugal&#39;s Cristiano Ronaldo was one of the reasons for Nike&#39;s increasing sales in Europe.</p><p> &quot;It&#39;s much more about creating the right image,&quot; he told Reuters. &quot;Stars like Ribery, Ronaldo and (Zlatan) Ibrahimovic have such an attraction that many kids want to copy them.&quot;</p><p> BIG STARS</p><p> Big name endorsements are also responsible for Nike&#39;s broader success.</p><p> Retailers say the U.S. brand has gained market share this year thanks to well designed, comfortable products such as the top-selling Nike Free sneaker - and getting its performance-enhancing shoes on the feet of the biggest sports stars.</p><p> Nike&#39;s impressive roster of sponsorship deals includes current names like soccer star Ronaldo, tennis player Roger Federer, golfers Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy and legendary track and field athletes like Carl Lewis and Michael Johnson.</p><p> &quot;Nike has done a really good job of presenting themselves as the true brand for performance,&quot; Tammy Smulder, managing director at marketing consultancy SCB Partners, told Reuters.</p><p> &quot;Nike says, &#39;We will be associated with the top athletes, whatever the sport&#39;. You can&#39;t dispute that,&quot; she added.</p><p> Adidas chief executive Herbert Hainer said this week the group had made some mistakes, but added: &quot;We believe we can grow the business by launching a lot of new innovative products. Our pipeline of new products is full.&quot;</p><p> One of the ways Adidas is hoping to grow sales is by using the cushioning technology in its Boost running shoes for other categories such as basketball. That could enable it to increase sales of Boost shoes to 15 million pairs in 2015, after having only introduced the line earlier this year.</p><p> It has signed big names in sports other than soccer in a bid to gain market share from Nike. 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