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Adidas 'mi-coach' by 180 Amsterdam
Campaign Work, Wednesday, 11 August 2010 03:21PM
Adidas has launched a celebrity-packed campaign to promote its new mobile app, miCoach.
The brand has lined up a host of British sporting for the campaign, created by 180 Amsterdam.
The 60-second film includes stars such as tennis ace Andy Murray, rugby hero Jonny Wilkinson and Olympic gold medallist and cycling world champion Victoria Pendleton.
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