Scott-SRAM athlete Lars Forster targets Tokyo in another start-stop season.
Ultra-endurance runner Maxime Grenot is hard on his performance apparel. At altitude, training more than 50 kilometres a week with lots of elevation and in all conditions, you’d expect nothing less.
Over-washing apparel can have a major impact on the planet, but there are simple ways to shrink your footprint
Norwegian Martin Johnsrud Sundby gets set to compete in world championships this week
While it’s still winter in the mountains, we’re looking ahead to the start of next season. New products, longer runs, more daylight. The promise of renewal that seasons bring. Inside ODLO, we’ve used the last few months to explore what makes us unique, what defines us and how to meet the needs of everyday athletes – the people for whom we create.
ODLO has a stated objective of using 100% sustainable fabrics by 2030. Ambitious, yes, but a path we must take if we are to balance the needs of everyday athletes and the planet.
As a professional skier, Ursina Badilatti’s days were consistent: equal parts eating, training and sleeping, the same routine, day-in, day-out. Flights, training camps and world cup events added variety, sure. But during her 15-year cross-country career, during which she earned a 3rd place finish at the Engadin ski marathon and various Swiss championship titles, her mind and body felt disconnected.