Adidas' tracking technology will be in use at the MLS All-Star Game.
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Adidas' miCoach service, which is essentially its answer to Nike+, will be playing a major role in the Major League Soccer All-Star Game in July.
According to the company, the MLS game will be the world's "first smart soccer match," allowing coaches to track player performance on the pitch.
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