Mr. Capriotti, whose office is leading Nikeâ€™s charge against Mr. Berian, is known for his win-at-all-costs approach, according to rivals. During the U.S. national championships in Eugene, Ore., last year, he threatened to kill a Brooks-employed coach, according to a complaint filed with the police there.
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Mr. Capriotti hosted an annual dinner for sport agents and officials at which a satirical videoâ€”presented by Nikeâ€”depicted the Nike sports marketing department as Mafia members, taking â€œhitsâ€ on rival athletic companies, according to two people who were present.
Sally Bergesen, chief executive of the womenâ€™s athletic apparel brand Oiselle Running Inc., said she later learned she was included in the list of enemies depicted in the satirical video. â€œCertainly, it was a little rattling,â€ Ms. Bergesen said.
We've been told that the entities on the hit list were
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