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Every year ISPO Munich attracts prominent athletes and successful entrepreneurs. We show the stars of ISPO Munich 2019 in pictures:
The once fastest swimmer in the world, Britta Steffen was in the Health & Fitness area in Hall A6. She told the visitors: "You should always have fun with sports and never exaggerate."
FC Bayern star Mats Hummels was also attracted to ISPO Digitize in Hall C6. There he visibly enjoyed the hologate.
Skateboard icon Tony Hawk was a guest at ISPO Munich 2019 and gave a speech on the future of sport at ISPO Digitize Pioneers Night.
Max "Maximiser" Hopp (left) and Martin "The Wall" Schindler (right) are the two most successful German darts players. In hall C6 they were at the booth of their sponsor Bull's on the first two days.
FC Bayern Star Javi Martinez is a basketball and eSports fan and has watched the virtual basketball match in the ISPO Digitize area of the eSports Arena.
Boxer Ornella Wahner has been the biggest success in German amateur women's boxing and won the first German gold medal in the history of the World Championships.
Top alpinist David Lama was visiting the booth of The North Face on day one of ISPO Munich 2019.
Ski star Felix Neureuther signed autographs at the Uvex booth at ISPO Munich 2019.
His wife and successful biathlete Miriam Neureuther also visited ISPO Munich 2019.
Last year, Sonni Hönscheid became World Champion in Stand Up Paddling for the 6th time and fights against plastic in the sea.
Slovakian cycling professional Peter Sagan during his visit to the Health & Fitness Forum in Hall A6.
Olympic champion Julius Brink is one of the most successful German beach volleyball players.
Olympic champion in Super-G and two-time overall World Cup winner Anna Veith.
Sprinter Gina Lückenkemper is Germany's fastest woman. Her best performance over 100 meters is 10.95 seconds.
Olympic champion in the 800 meter run Nils Schumann.