Author:
Lars Becker

Highlights Day 2: What You Should’nt Miss

Monday is Celebrity Day at OutDoor by ISPO

From climbing champions such as Adam Ondra or Stefan Glowacz to Federal Minister Gerd Müller - day two of the first OutDoor by ISPO in Munich hosts many prominent visitors. Further highlights at Europe's largest outdoor trade fair on Monday will be the Run&Trail Summit as well as many interesting lectures and hands-on offers. Further information can also be found in the app for trade visitors.

Richtig ausgeführt, ist Klettern ein sicherer Sport. Stefan Glowacz macht es vor.
Stefan Glowacz (photo) and Adam Ondra are two absolute stars of the climbing scene.

Day 2 at OutDoor by ISPO is the best proof of the industry's great appeal. The indoor climbing hub in Hall A6 (Stand 562) will become the hotspot.

From 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. the multiple climbing world champion Adam Ondra will be a guest here. At 1 p.m. the climbing legend Stefan Glowacz follows. Jost Kobusch will report on the topic of solo mountaineering twice this day (1:45 p.m. to 2:45 p.m. in Hall A4, Stand 408 and 3:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. in Hall B6, Stage Adventure Tourism & Travel Hub).

OutDoor by ISPO: Minister Müller and the Topic of Sustainability

Other prominent visitors on Monday in the Women in Outdoorbusiness Lounge in Hall B5 are the multiple SUP world champion and artist Sonni Hönscheid (11:45 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.) and snowboard professional Aline Bock (1 p.m. to 2 p.m.). The latter will also discuss the exciting topic "Women in the sports business: influencers and brand ambassadors as figureheads of sports brands."

The great importance of the outdoor industry is also underlined by the visit of Gerd Müller, Federal Minister for Economic Cooperation and Development, to the first OutDoor by ISPO. After a tour of the fair, he will emphasize the importance of the topic of sustainability in the CSR & Sustainability Hub around 2:20 p.m.

Run & Trail Summit Delivers New Market Figures

The Run&Trail Summit in cooperation with RunnersWorld will also take place on the second day of OutDoor by ISPO. In the morning, in the part subject to registration in room A52 in Hall A5, current market data on the subject of running will be presented.

In the afternoon, the latest products will be presented in the Shoe & Trailrunning Village in Hall A5 (from 2 p.m.) and a panel discussion will take place on why trailrunning is so sexy (from 4 p.m.).

Outdoor Reinterpreted

How outdoor can be reinterpreted and what opportunities it offers for retailers will be explained in the Retail Lounge in A4.40 from 1 p.m. onwards.

At the same time, a discussion is taking place in the Indoor Climbing Hub about the impact the Olympic premiere on the sport of climbing. Further lectures and discussions on Monday can be found here.

Yoga in Focus

Of course, on the second day there will again be participation offers and lectures. The topic of yoga is particularly in focus. For early risers, the morning session begins at 7:45 a.m. in the HangOut Area on the open-air grounds. At 9:30 a.m. there will be a presentation on climbing yoga in the Indoor Climbing Hub, Hall A6.30.

At 10:30 a.m., Blackroll and Yoga meet at the Shoe & Trailrunning Village on A5.40 Blackroll. Throughout the day there will be more yoga offers like SUP-Yoga in the River Lake Camp in Hall C6.

Parties at OutDoor by ISPO

Here, you can let the evening end in style at a pool party from 17.45 o'clock. The Indoor Climbing Hub will also be celebrating from 6 p.m. onwards.

 

Author:
Lars Becker
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