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Team USA Not Happy With Controversial Under Armour Suits — and They're Finally Doing Something About It


"...move heaven and Earth to make them better."

In this Monday, Feb. 10, 2014 file photo, Tucker Fredricks of the United States competes in the first heat of the men's 500-meter speedskating race at Adler Arena in Sochi, Russia, during the 2014 Winter Olympics. After a strong season on the World Cup circuit, the U.S. speedskating team has had a miserable performance the first week of the Sochi Olympics — and much of the speculation has turned to its new high-tech Under Armour skinsuit developed with help from aerospace and defense giant Lockheed Martin. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky, File)\n

The U.S. speedskating team will abandon their newly designed, controversial Under Armour suits and revert to older ones following a series of poor results at the Olympics, the Wall Street Journal reported Saturday.

The move reportedly comes after several athletes placed blame on the suits for hindering their performance.

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