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January 18th, 2006

Numminen sticks it to teammates

The company this month relaunched its Web site,, to coincide with a new line of sticks that use "nanotechnology" to create an even lighter and more durable stick.

(Ed.'s note: once again, hype trumps reality; there is no such thing as "nanotechnology" in the context used in this article. What they are using is nanoscale materials.)


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