US: Nike names Cheek as VP of men's training
Nike has named Craig Cheek as vice president of men's training, overseeing the sportswear giant's training, baseball and football businesses, including managing Nike's relationship with the National Football League (NFL).
Cheek, a Nike veteran of more than 20 years, held several key roles during his career, including VP and GM of Nike's young athletes business and VP & GM of the Greater China and North America geographies.
Reenie Benziger will become VP of young athletes, overseeing strategy and driving growth to support the company's key categories around the world. Benziger has been with the company for four years, first as senior vice president of retail at Hurley, then as director of global merchandising for Nike's direct to consumer business, and most recently, as vice president of sport apparel.
Both Cheek and Benziger will report to Jayme Martin, VP & GM of global categories for Nike.
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