- List of events for end consumers held in parallel with ISPO Munich for the third time
- Numerous workshops, presentations and product tests, etc. for everyone
- Closing event: Night Run in the Munich Olympic Park for the whole family
This is the third time that numerous partners from the sports industry will be taking the euphoria for sports, exercise and activities felt inside the trade fair halls out into the open for consumers and sports fans from Munich, Germany and Austria as part of workshops, presentations and product tests.
The Expedition Day will kick-start the week on Saturday, January 25 at Globetrotter Ausrüstung in Munich. Visitors will be able to take part in workshops and attend short presentations by the DAV (German Alpine Club) and the Berlin Centre for Travel & Tropical Medicine, get tips from manufacturers and take altitude training taster courses in an altitude chamber. The Snow & Safety workshop at the Keller Sports store provided in conjunction with the outdoor brand Mammut on Sunday, January 26 will help attendees hone their skills. Avalanche-related safety information, proper conduct when mountaineering, avalanche airbag functions and many other topics will be covered as part of the program.
OaC NightHikes will take place in seven German and Austrian towns on January 29. The night hikes, organized by the non-profit organization Outdoor against Cancer (OaC), are a way of encouraging people to exercise and a mini symposium on exercise for cancer sufferers as well as their family members and friends. Everyone is welcome to take part. Alternatively, OaC will also be providing cross-country skiing fans with the opportunity to take part in a nighttime cross-country ski run in Tegernsee in partnership with Madshus. The evening ski tour on the slopes on Thursday, January 30 held in cooperation with Schöffel, the Bavarian Zugspitze Railway, K2 Skis and the skiing magazine Bergstolz will take participants high up into the mountains. The tour will end at Drehmöser 9 in Garmisch-Partenkirchen with a “fireside chat” with professional freeride skier Roman Rohrmoser.
The Night Run on Saturday, February 01 will be the big final event. There will be 5-km and 10-km tracks as well as a Kids Run. All runs will start and finish in the Kleine Olympiahalle (Small Olympic Hall) which will also host the running exhibition featuring test and refueling stations provided by partners.
The Gore-Tex Uphill Challenge will run throughout the entire Sports Week: runners who conquer the Olympiaberg (Olympic Hill) between January 25 and February 01 and upload their run to Strava will be entered into a competition to win top-notch prizes.