The Swiss Jasmin Nunige has been suffering from multiple sclerosis for eight years, which does not prevent her from participating highly successfully in marathons and ultra trails. At OutDoor by ISPO, the 45-year-old reports on her impressive handling of the incurable disease.
No brand can avoid sustainability, especially in the outdoor industry. But what is it like if you want to subordinate your own company to the rules and laws of sustainability? How complicated is that? What compromises have to be made?
Danny MacAskill is the artist among the trial bikers - not only because of the incredible acrobatic stunts, but also because of the style of his videos. But of course it's never as easy as it looks. Fear always goes with it.
Outdoor without sustainability? Impossible nowadays! Outdoor manufacturers have long recognized this. But sustainability is also a trump card for retailers. ISPO.com has asked around - and still found room for improvement.
Climbing at Olympia 2020 is the subject of heated debates at OutDoor by ISPO. Climbing veteran Stefan Glowacz complains about the Olympic competition format. Superstar Adam Ondra doesn't want compromises for the mass audience.
Jessica Pilz is current world champion in lead climbing, but has long been training for the Olympic premiere. ISPO.com met her at OutDoor by ISPO and talked to the 22-year-old about the Olympic Games and her long-term goal of climbing one of the Big Walls at some point.