The biggest
sport
fair in Poland

18-20
may 2018

Summary

Meetings with sport stars – Ewa Chodakowska, Joanna Jędrzejczyk, Kamil Stoch, KSW players and fitness trainers, international competitions (including IFBB Diamond Cup and WKSF World Kettlebell Sport Federation), intensive trainings, gala Ptak Warsaw Expo Boxing Night, inspirational workshops, as well as spectacular challenges, such as marathon spinning or breaking the Guinness record in trampolines – Go Active Show 2018 was the biggest sports fair in Poland.
The event took place on May 18-20, at Ptak Warsaw Expo, in the suburbs of Warsaw. Almost 500 exhibitors presented their offer on 60,000 sqm. The event received the patronage of the Ministry of Sport and Tourism.

The Go Active Show was held for the second time. The event was an unusual opportunity for all sports fans to see 52 stars from different sports in one place. Among them were: Ewa Chodakowska, Joanna Jędrzejczyk, Kamil Stoch, Dawid Kubacki, Qczaj, Dorian Yates, Sylwia and Akop Szostak, Robert Burneika and Siostry Bukowskie. In 24 thematic zones almost 500 exhibitors presented around 600 international brands. The event attracted over 30,000 people.

From fitness to KSW and boxing gala

The three days of the fair were filled with sports competitions, including: international bodybuilding competition IFBB Diamond Cup, WKSF kettlebell competition – the largest kettlebell competition in central Europe, Polish Championships in Group Fitness “Fitness Extravaganza”, Polish Spinning® Event, the biggest crossfit competition in Poland – Garage Games or two street workout competitions. The program also included the breaking of the Guinness record in simultaneous exercise on trampolines. The stars of the party also prepared their attractions. Ewa Chodakowska conducted the largest charity training in Poland. Joanna Jędrzejczyk carried out her training. Open training was also conducted by Qczaj – the latest YouTube discovery. The KSW Zone with the famous cage and players was very popular. An unusual attraction of the fair was a meeting with Polish ski jumpers – Olympic champion Kamil Stoch and bronze medalist from Pyongxang Dawid Kubacki.

Industry meeting and sports education

The Go Active Show was a great opportunity for exhibitors to present their range of equipment and products to professionals in the sports industry as well as consumers. The event was also educational in nature – over three days of the fair there were over 100 hours of workshops, training sessions and seminars addressed to amateurs and professionals.

Selected exhibitors