Hanes to sell to Sports Injury x-ray brand for $1 billion

Hanes is to sell its sports injury brand to Sports Infrared for $10 billion, The Washington Times has learned.

The deal, first reported by the Wall Street Journal, will be the largest acquisition of sports injuries in history.

Hanes’ athletic brand, which has been on the rise, has been expanding rapidly in recent years.

Its sports injuries brand now includes a range of orthopedic products, including athletic pads and footguards, orthotics and orthotics systems.

It also includes protective helmets, compression and pressure-sensitive padding, and other athletic apparel.

Hens Sports in March was bought by private equity firm Colony Capital Partners for $9.5 billion.

It now has assets worth more than $1.6 billion.

Hansa, which owns sports apparel and footwear brands like Adidas, Nike, Reebok and Under Armour, is expected to sell the Sports Infortex brand to the Sports Injury brand.

The Sports Injury sports injury brands include sports pads, orthotic systems, compression- and pressure sensitive padding, ankle supports, compression sports shoes, and compression socks.

Henes has been a leading provider of orthotics, orthopedics systems, orthopaedics and athletic equipment for sports and recreational athletes for more than 40 years.

The company’s athletic footwear brand, Hens Sports Outfitters, is owned by J.

Crew.

Hes had a net loss of $2.4 billion in the third quarter of 2016, according to the company’s third-quarter financial report filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

It had net revenue of $5.3 billion in fiscal 2016.

Hennes Sports in its earnings statement said that it had “a strong and stable business” in the sports injury business.

The sports injury division was one of the companys key areas, it said.

Hues Sports Group, which sells orthopedias, compression socks, and protective equipment, is also in the process of selling the Sports Intertubes brand to Hens.

Hoes Sports Group said it was also working with the Sports Inc. group to expand its sports footwear business.

The new acquisition by Hanes, which employs about 100 people, will add a number of Hanes’ brands to its existing portfolio, which includes the Sports Equipment brand and sports apparel, as well as Hens’ sports accessories and footwear brand.

Hoses Sports, which operates a number on its shoe brands, said it would continue to work with Hanes and the SportsInc. group.