Trade show OutDoor focuses on all running this year and cuts division between trail running and running segments.
The Australian Ice Hockey League will hold its season opener between two Sydney teams this week on the refurbished Macquarie Ice rink.
The North Face launches the "Question Madness" campaign in Australia and New Zealand, a global brand campaign part of its golden jubilee.
Junior cricket in Australia will be transformed next summer to deliver a game for all to have a go and then go home.
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."
Swimwear brand Speedo launched its new cross training range, along with the "world's first floating exercise mat."
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.
Sydney-based outdoor specialist Zen Imports is launching a capsule collection of Fjällräven apparel.
The IWA OutdoorClassics enters its 44th year with a new record of 1,515 exhibitors, with most coming from outside Germany.
New face for the ATEC show in Sydney in September is Craig "Crowie" Alexander, five-time Triathlon world champion.
Chilly Beijing was the home for the 13th Ispo Beijing multi-sport trade show, breaking a record with more than 40,000 visitors.
Wilderness Wear Australia, is a producer of high-end technical clothing for the outdoors, and has enjoyed a reputation for premium product in this market category for more than 20 years.
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A new venue, date change and format enhancements are at the heart of the rejuvenation of Australia's Triathlon Endurance and Cycling Show (ATEC).
Outdoor Retailer Australia trade show will return to Sydney's Moore Park in June this year.
Organisers of the "largest sports business trade fair in the world" claim a record number of exhibitors at Ispo Munich next week.
Sportslink's European correspondent Hank Aldrich reports on his impressions of the US Outdoor Retailer trade show, held in Salt Lake City earlier this month:
In good news for retailers, particularly outdoor retailers, bushwalking and shopping are among the most popular activities for Aussies on holidays.
Popular in Japan and the USA, skateboard dancing is the latest fun and fitness activity, a longboard style that taps into the roots of surfing.
Golf is Australia's second most popular sport played in a club by adults and children and the most popular just for adults.
A new partnership between footwear brand Vans and the Australian Open of Surfing brings premier action sports competition to Sydney.
Ispo Shanghai will add the new trade show "Sports Tech Asia" to the mix in 2017.
Archery and shooting specialist Alcock and Pierce has launched a new collection of clever Vulture bow packages.
Next year, the international paddlesport community will have its own trade show, to be held in Wisconsin in September.
In 1966, a driven young climber tired of scavenging for quality gear, took a few thousand dollars and created a global cultural institution, that continues to thrive globally and in Australia, reports The North Face.