|Sunny OutDoor show ends on a high|
More exhibitors, more themed areas, and more than 21,000 visitors from 90 countries were a feature of the OutDoor 2017 trade show.
|ORA show: buzz and new products|
Add plenty of buzz to the much better weather and this year's Outdoor Retailer Australia show was shaping up well, reports Editor Maggie Coleman
|Cycliq Group sponsors road star Ewan|
Cycliq Group has inked a sponsorship deal with Australian professional road cyclist Caleb Ewan.
|ORA show plans a great party too|
Outdoor Retailer Australia trade show will return to Sydney's Moore Park precinct next week.
|Got this travel packing sorted|
The new Vibe 40 travel pack from Pacsafe is designed for exploration 24/7, says the brand, distributed in Australia by Sea to Summit.
|Outdoor footwear: fashion, function, feel-good|
Footwear has a "feel-good factor," reports organisers of the OutDoor trade show, and is a major drawcard.
|Eurobike beefs up the demo area|
After huge popularity last year, the demo area is being expanded at Eurobike in Germany this year.
|How to HangOut at OutDoor 2017|
This year, the Outdoor trade show will focus on having fun and taking time to unwind as well as devoted adrenalin junkies and outdoor devotees. OutDoor's first HangOut platform will be a fusion of outdoor lifestyle, BBQs, chill-out zone and product presentations, says organisers.
|Triathlete Atkinson signs with Polar|
Polar Electro Australia names its newest Australian ambassador, pro athlete and Olympian Courtney Atkinson.
|Outdoor running - now all in together|
Trade show OutDoor focuses on all running this year and cuts division between trail running and running segments.
|Bears, Dogs fight it out on ice|
The Australian Ice Hockey League will hold its season opener between two Sydney teams this week on the refurbished Macquarie Ice rink.
|Celebrating gold with new campaign|
The North Face launches the "Question Madness" campaign in Australia and New Zealand, a global brand campaign part of its golden jubilee.
|Juniors all get to bat, bowl and run|
Junior cricket in Australia will be transformed next summer to deliver a game for all to have a go and then go home.
|Obstacle races with much added mud|
Fastest growing mass participation sport in the UK is mud runs, according to the BBC. Writers Neil Heath and Andrew Aloia reported in late March "on the growth of the multi-million pound industry."
|Speedo Fit: on and in the water|
Swimwear brand Speedo launched its new cross training range, along with the "world's first floating exercise mat."
|The Access Pack that finally clicks|
The North Face launches the innovative Access Pack, designed for today's commuter, into Australia and New Zealand following from the original release in the US.
|All for the outdoors from Zen Imports|
Sydney-based outdoor specialist Zen Imports is launching a capsule collection of Fjällräven apparel.
|Bow wow: IWA Outdoor claims records|
The IWA OutdoorClassics enters its 44th year with a new record of 1,515 exhibitors, with most coming from outside Germany.
|Champ Crowie joins as ATEC ambassador|
New face for the ATEC show in Sydney in September is Craig "Crowie" Alexander, five-time Triathlon world champion.
|Ispo Beijing sets records for lucky 13|
Chilly Beijing was the home for the 13th Ispo Beijing multi-sport trade show, breaking a record with more than 40,000 visitors.
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