to be fair, the UFC wasn't the first to implement a reeebok esque deal http://espn.go.com/olympics/trackan...orld-championships-clothing-contract-language American runner Nick Symmonds, who won the 800 meters at the U.S. Trials, will not be making the trip with the American team to the world championships in Beijing this month after failing to sign the statement of conditions required of him by USA Track & Field. USA Track & Field sent Symmonds an email Sunday night to confirm he didn't sign the document by noon that day, which resulted in the organization's decision to replace him. The formal announcement is expected Monday morning. "Two years' worth of work to try to win another medal for my country are now down the drain," Symmonds said. "Is it frustrating? Of course. But no part of me regrets doing this." Symmonds decided to take a stand in order to push for more rights for his fellow athletes, believing they should be rewarded with a bigger piece of the pie. The statement of conditions says the athlete must wear designated team uniforms at official team functions, which means attire with Nike logos on it, except for shoes, sunglasses and watches.