These companies looked ready to set the world alight when they first entered the scene, but have surprisingly faltered in recent years.
News & Analysis: Under Armour (C Shares)
Kevin Plank claims that he wants UA to focus on performance instead of looks -- but is the company simply afraid of challenging Lululemon?
The once-turbocharged sports apparel company has fallen on hard times. Could this be an opportunity to pick up the stock at a discount?
The underdog footwear and apparel maker will struggle to win back the bulls.
A rising tide doesn't always lift all boats, especially if they have more to do to be considered seaworthy.
The industry underdog delivers underwhelming numbers, but still trades at a premium valuation.
Under Armour reported soft demand in North America, while Procter & Gamble benefited from strong consumer spending.
Weak sales in North America continue to plague the company.
Fellow athletic apparel company Skechers had resurgent sales overseas, and the same might be in store for Under Armour's important growth segment.
Which three companies look best-placed to capitalize on a world that's getting fitter?