From January 26th to January 29th 2020, over 2,800 exhibitors will present innovative products from the sports industry at ISPO Munich. Stars and celebrities from the world of sports will be present. ISPO.com presents the best pictures.
As the former CEO of Patagonia, Kris Tompkins first shaped an outdoor brand and later, as an environmentalist, the Patagonia region. With ISPO.com she talks about environmental responsibility as a company and gives advice to founders.
Especially for athletes, showing attitude can be a disadvantage in the fight for victories, medals or new contracts. Nevertheless, several athletes stand up for values time and again. ISPO.com honours them in this gallery.
Nobel Peace Prize winner Professor Muhammad Yunus made a plea for the role of sport in shaping the future at the ISPO Re.Start Days. In view of the challenges ahead, it is time to rethink. Registered participants can watch the complete interview as a full length video.
Frank Dassler died in Hamburg at the age of 64 years. The former president of the World Federation of the Sporting Goods Industry (WFSGI) and the Federation of the European Sporting Goods Industry (FESI) was the last representative of the Dassler family at Adidas until 2018.
Until 2002 Tarek Rasouli was one of the best mountain bikers in the world. After an accident he had to reinvent himself. With his experience he also helped slopestyle topstar Emil Johansson to make a comeback. Insights at the ISPO Re.Start Days and here.
Together with double Olympic champion Kristina Vogel and trade fair boss Klaus Dittrich, the ISPO Re.Start Days will be opened by extreme mountaineer Jost Kobusch. The 27-year-old has already achieved a lot in his still young mountaineering career.